Dentists in Channel Islands
List of Channel Islands based dental practices offering emergency treatments, cosmetic dentistry & implants, tooth whitening services.
Dr Peter Syred and his team are committed to ensure your present and future dental needs are addressed. Unlike some dental practices we strive to make your dental experience with us, relaxed and enjoyable. At the Jersey Smile Centre we pride ourselves in providing comprehensive quality care by not overbooking or rushing your appointment. We respect and value your precious time and strive to be punctual.
Chertsey House is one of the largest and most well established dental practices on Guernsey. We have a comfortable and modern practice and aim to provide the most appropriate care for all our patients using state of the art equipment and materials. Our practice is conveniently situated on the main road in St Martins between the traffic lights and the Carlton Hotel. We have on site parking for four
Welcome to my website which is designed to help you learn more about my own Jersey dental practice and dentistry in general. Here you will find a range of information about modern dental techniques, dental related articles, dental practice opening times and a guide to fees charged at the practice. Tooth whitening - An effective and pain -free way to dramatically brighten your smile, is available from
Based in the heart of St. Helier, conveniently situated beside the Fish Market and opposite Minden Place Car Park, we at the Caesarea Dental Clinic provide a fast, friendly and efficient service to all. All of our dentists are members of the Jersey Dental Association and carry out all necessary Continuing Professional Development to gain knowledge of the constantly changing scene in modern dentistry.
Just about everyone wishes they had whiter teeth. Luckily, there is an easy way to make your teeth whiter with dental bleaching. Teeth darken over time due to make many factors such as age, tobacco, coffee, antibiotics or nerve degeneration. Bleaching uses an oxidising gel to safely remove those stubborn stains leaving white bright enamel. Bleaching will not whiten existing crowns or fillings.