Now virtually everyone can have beautiful whiter teeth safely, effectively and conveniently. Teeth whitening is one of the most straightforward ways of enhancing your smile. It involves no drilling or local anaesthetics. All of your teeth or just a particular dark one can be lightened. Modern developments in new dental materials offer patients reliable and comfortable alternatives to existing metal based fillings.

Contact Details

  City Bolton
  Postcode BL3 1HH
  Address 75 Market St Little Lever
  Phone Number 012 0479 6795

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We provide gentle and effective treatment within a calm and soothing environment. Our state of the art surgeries deliver advanced dental techniques and treatments, whilst remaining extremely patient friendly. Please browse through our website and be sure to contact us if you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment.

Situated in the village of Little Lever near Bolton, The Dental Care Centre is within easy reach of the towns of Bolton, Bury and Manchester and is close to the M60 and M62 motorways. Our friendly and helpful staff will endeavour to make your experience as comfortable as possible whilst we deliver top quality dental care.

The Dental Care Centre has been treating nervous patients successfully for over twelve years, so that people who have previously avoided dental treatment can have the opportunity to take advantage of the best dental treatments and therapies available for themselves. If you have always wanted a white filling, straighter teeth, veneers, a crown, or just the confidence to come and have your teeth looked after professionally so that they stay healthy for as long as possible, then treatment using conscious sedation techniques may provide that opening and opportunity for you.

Our experienced team of dental professionals understand the importance of listening carefully to how you want us to restore and maintain your teeth so that they remain as healthy as possible for as long as possible. We can advise you on the latest materials and technologies available for carrying out your dental treatment and offer a range of alternatives that best suit your needs. Chipped teeth can be beautifully restored so that no-one will see the join - not even you! Gaps in your existing dentition can be filled with either bridgework or dentures.

When a tooth is cracked, decayed or damaged, a crown may need to be fitted onto the tooth. A crown is a permanent covering that fits over the original tooth. They can be made of porcelain, gold and other metals, acrylic resin, or an amalgam (a mixture) of these materials. Porcelain crowns typically have the most realistic appearance, although they tend to be less durable than other materials. Crowns can whiten, reshape and realign existing teeth, adding to a healthy and vibrant smile. We will make sure your crown has the proper look and fit, working with magnification and listening carefully to your wishes, so that the new tooth looks amazing.

For individuals who wish to replace missing teeth, dental implants may be an effective long-term solution. Implants provide greater structural support and last longer than either bridges or dentures. Implants serve as the artificial root to which new teeth are bonded. They are typically constructed of titanium, a strong and safe material that effectively attaches to bone. The procedure to insert dental implants typically involves three stages: the implant insertion; osseointegration (the period of healing for the jawbone) and the attachment of the restoration, or the new tooth.

Over time, people's teeth tend to naturally deteriorate. When a tooth has deteriorated substantially, it often needs to be extracted. And when multiple teeth are extracted, dentures may be the most appropriate solution. Dentures can create a natural and healthy looking set of teeth. As well, a properly fitting set of dentures can greatly enhance your smile and sense of self-esteem. Many types of dentures exist, including complete and partial dentures. Complete dentures are used when few of the original teeth remain.

Early detection is the key to reducing the devastating impact of mouth cancer upon patients and their families. Our team of dental healthcare professionals strongly recommend regular attendance so that regular routine screening becomes our shared concern. Bad breath, or halitosis, is very common. This is caused by bacteria in the mouth which hide in areas easily missed when cleaning teeth. Most dietary causes can be masked by mouthwashes or by chewing dental gum. Smoking is another culprit. The first thing you can do is brush and floss correctly to remove the bacteria.