Gentle, Affordable dentistry on your doorstep
Corona update 14th July. We are open (although the door has to be closed) and can do emergency treatment that does not involve the use of a drill. Please send us a message or call if you require an appointment and we will book you in. We are also able to do braces and discuss implant treatments.
Here at the Bridlington Dental Studio, Greg has trained in ceramic clear braces, clear aligners and a removable brace called an Inman Aligner. You can have straight teeth in as little as 10 weeks.
Dental Implants are a good way to replace teeth or as a means to stabilise problematic dentures.
Professional tooth whitening with whitening trays and the right gels gets you the results that toothpastes and over the counter formulas will never come close to achieving.
We provide a full range of high quality private dental care. This includes check-ups, minor corrections and complete makeovers. The best dental care and health is our aim for you and your family.
At the Bridlington Dental Studio, we have an excellent hygienist. She carries out a full Scale and Polish as well as giving detailed advice on oral hygiene.
Our on site dental technician will ensure you have comfortable fit dentures and give you the natural looking smile you are looking for. Prices from £310 for partial dentures.
Digital Smile Design
Digital smile Design combines technology with dentistry and allows you to mock up how your smile will look after treatment.
Wrinkle reduction from £160! Lip and dermal filler from £175. We get some of the safest and most natural results in the area.
The Chief Dental Officer for England has finally issued some guidance for dental practices. It is to protect patients and staff. Bridlington Dental Studio (BDS) will continue to be open as normal. You do not need to cancel your appointment unless you are vulnerable to corona virus infection. Vulnerable people are pregnant women, anyone with[…]
I’m reading an interesting book “Nature via Nuture” by Matt Ridley that deals with the influence that genes have on our behaviour and how our behaviour modifies our genes. It’s been eye opening to realise that although our genes might give us some obvious, immutable characteristics like blue eyes or long legs most of our[…]
The Minimata Convention Regulation (EU) 2017/852 of the European Parliament from 1 July 2018, has restricted the use of amalgam fillings. ‘ [amalgam fillings] shall not be used for dental treatment of deciduous teeth, of children under the age of 15 years and for pregnant or nursing women, except when deemed strictly necessary by the dental practitioner,[…]
So what’s the difference between a good dentist and a not so good one? They should all check your mouth for decay, gum disease, mouth cancers and other diseases and advise you on how to look after your mouth best. A better dentist will plan long term for you and your teeth and gums. They’ll[…]
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What is Lip Filler? Lip filler is a hydrating hyaluronic acid (HA) gel that is injected under the skin to hydrate and volumise the lips to replace lost plumpness and increase the size of your lips. In suitably qualified and experienced hands the results can be excellent. Few Regulations There is almost no regulation. Anybody can[…]
Read the experience of Julie, one of our most recent implant patients. The Treatment For Julie’s Implants we worked closely with our Implantologist Dr Sarah Glover to achieve a seamless treatment plan. Due to the number of Implants Julie had, she travelled to Pickering for the treatment, where Dr Glover is based. (when fewer Implants are been done[…]
Being an Oral Health Educator allows me to provide children with the knowledge and skills to brush well for the rest of their lives hopefully preventing decay and gum disease in the future. Brushing your teeth with a fluoride tooth paste removes the plaque which sits on all our teeth, effective, regular tooth brushing will[…]
Feeling apprehensive I walked up the stairs to the surgery. I had booked my first hygiene appointment earlier that week, after questioning the health of my gums for a while, I hoped that Lucy could shed some light on my sensitive gums and the blood that I often see when brushing. The Clean I sat[…]
Historically dental check ups have been all about detection, however things have changed. Prevention is king. Most preventative care is carried out at home. This highlights the importance of educating yourself in the art of dental hygiene. The most effective way of doing this is by attending regular Hygiene Appointments. What is a Hygiene Appointment?[…]