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Dental Treatments

*Pain Free Dental Treatments

At St Andrews Dental Care, Fife

Welcome to St Andrews Dental Care, located in the heart of Fife. We offer a comprehensive range of dental treatments for all the family, and have invested in the latest technology and materials to achieve the highest standards of dental care. Throughout the surgery we offer full wheelchair access.

Ask yourself these 3 questions…

  1. Am I the type of person that is searching for long-lasting dental work that looks good and feels great?
  2. Am I the type of person that believes a healthy mouth is as important as the rest of my body being healthy?
  3. Am I the type of person that needs a dentist that comes on recommendation, that you can place all your trust in?

If you answer YES…then we are the dental centre for you!

We aim to protect your smile by helping you keep your teeth and gums healthy for life. We hope to exceed your expectations and help you achieve your best level of oral health and appearance of your teeth.

Our Pledges:

  • We will always be courteous and go out of our way to look after you
  • We will always treat you in a way in which we would have our own family treated
  • We will always offer the highest standards of dental treatments, with value and transparency
  • We will always deliver gentle dentistry
  • We will always use quality materials and work in a safe and clean environment.

Procedures to help you achieve and maintain healthy teeth and gums

We recommend regular (usually 6 monthly) check-ups and (3-6 monthly) hygiene appointments to help maintain good oral health and to identify active decay or disease in the teeth , gums or oral cavity (mouth).

Fillings

Dental fillings are used to repair damage to the structure of a tooth or teeth. Structural damage can be caused as a result of tooth decay, wear or trauma.

After the removal of a problematic tooth structure, the tooth is restored with one of several filling materials: gold, amalgam, composite resin (white filling material) or porcelain. Each filling material has its advantages and disadvantages. Your dentist will work with you to determine which material is appropriate for you.

Composite Bonding

Bonding is the term used to describe the process of using composite resins to “glue” materials to the surface of a tooth for restorative purposes. Chipped or cracked teeth are typically repaired through bonding.

An enamel-like composite material is applied to the surface of a tooth, sculpted into shape, contoured and polished, making the crack or chip invisible.

Root Canal Treatments

Root canal therapy removes infected pulp tissue within the root chamber of the tooth. The hollowed-out tooth is filled with an antibacterial filling, and the tooth is “capped” with a crown for protection.

Endodontists specialise in performing root canal therapy, though general dentists also often perform the restorative procedure.

Crowns

Dental crowns can repair extensively decayed or damaged teeth. Dental crowns can be made of gold metal, silver metal, porcelain or a combination of porcelain and metal. Some dentists use CAD/CAM technology for the fabrication of dental crowns. In some cases, conservative dental veneers may replace the need for a dental crown.

General dentists, family dentists, prosthodontists, pediatric dentists and cosmetic dentists may perform the crown procedure; however, expertise varies among dentists.

Veneers

A cosmetic veneer is a new, custom made facing that is cemented (bonded) onto the front surface of a tooth to improve its appearance. Veneers are extremely versatile and effective at changing the appearance, size, shape and colour of teeth. 

This allows us to cover stained or discoloured teeth, close gaps, align crowded or protruding teeth and give patients a much more attractive and brighter smile.  Typically, cosmetic veneers are made from porcelain which bonds well onto enamel providing predictable and superior aesthetics, as well as being durable and robust.

Dentures

Dentures are used to replace missing teeth or damaged teeth that cannot be otherwise repaired. General dentists, family dentists, prosthodontists, and cosmetic dentists may perform the procedure. However, availability of the latest material, technology and expertise varies among dentists.

Periodontal Hygiene Treatment (Gum Disease)

Early gum disease treatment may include tooth scaling and cleaning at three-month intervals, along with use of medicated mouthwash and proper flossing. Later-stage gum disease treatment may include deep-plane scaling, periodontal surgery and laser surgery.

General dentists, family dentists, periodontists and cosmetic dentists may perform gum disease treatment. However, availability of the latest material, technology and the level of expertise varies among dentists.

Are You Ready To Take The Next Step?

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I have had excellent attention from the St.Andrews Dental Care & Implant Clinic, I am very pleased with the result the staff have been very caring and helpful and my procedures have been painless I would definitely recommend them, and already have done.
Margaret Duncan
Margaret D.
Stuart and his team are the best. Friendliness and professionalism greet you as soon as you enter the building and remains with you throughout your treatment. Thank you Stuart and everyone.
Susan Jamieson
Susan J.
One of the best & friendliest practices around - both Stuart & his team are true professionals which has seen me keep returning for nearly 10 years now. All work is done to the highest standard and from previous bad experiences at other practices .... I've never felt my teeth have been so well looked after
William Paterson
William P.
What a wonderful helpful man Dr. Farmer is…and his staff are second to none!!!There is not enough praise I can give this practice…I thoroughly recommend it through and through.!!!!
Angela Bradley
Angela B.

*Pain Free Dentistry at St Andrews

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Finance Options - Spreading The Cost of Your Dentistry

Finance Options - Spreading The Cost of Your Dentistry

We understand that dental treatment may be necessary at times which are not always financially convenient. To help you on these occasions we can offer you various options to spread the investment including 0% interest free credit on treatment.

Other low cost finance options are available. If you are worried about paying for your dental treatment we will try our best to help find the right solution for you.

We also offer a pain free practice plan to help spread the cost of your routine dental care.

Dental Implants

Dental Implants

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Straighter Teeth

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Meet The Team

Meet The Team

Meet The *Pain Free Dental Team at St Andrews Dental Care in Fife

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Emergency Dentist

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Get In Touch With St Andrews Dental Care Today

Contact St Andrew's Dental Care

Home of *Pain Free Dentistry

Telephone: 01334473363 (24/7)

Email: info@standrewsdentalcare.co.uk

Dentistry For Busy People

Monday 9.00AM–6.00PM

Tuesday 9.00AM–6.00PM

Wednesday 9.00AM–6.00PM

Thursday 9.00AM–6.00PM

Friday 9.00AM–4.00PM

Plus 2 late nights and one Saturday each month

Come And Meet The St Andrew's Team

Come And Meet The St Andrew's Team

Where Is St Andrews Dental Care In Fife?

How to find St Andrews Dental Care - 2 Lockhart Place, Fife, KY16 9XB

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