Private Dentist In Andover & Whitchurch Hampshire Offers Cosmetic Dental Service

May 24, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Andover-based private dentist, Dental Concepts, is pleased to offer an amazing range of preventative and cosmetic dental treatments to their private patients in Andover, Hampshire, as well as the surrounding areas.

As noted on Dental Concepts’ website at http://dental-concepts.com/, they aim to provide their patients with premium care, the latest cures, and absolute comfort. A spokesperson from the company explains that their team of caring dental professionals work together to achieve optimum results, and their highly trained support team also strives to make every patient’s journey as comfortable as possible.

“Our facilities can accommodate all types of preventative and cosmetic dental procedures, with special emphasis on anxiety relief using the latest techniques like the Magic Wand local anaesthetic and sedation facilities. Our specialty clinics also offer smile makeovers and dental implants, while utilizing only the best practice standards as per the UK’s Department of Health guidelines,” the spokesperson said.

Dental Concepts currently has two state-of-the-art clinics in the UK. One is located in Whitchurch and the other one is located in Andover. Both locations in Hampshire, UK, offer a wide range of professional dental treatments and procedures, including general dentistry, extractions, oral surgery, and root canal, as well as cosmetic dentistry such as teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, white fillings, gum contouring, teeth reshaping, and smile makeover.

Both clinics also specialize in preventative dentistry, with treatments like decay detection, gum disease prevention, and pediatric dentistry. In addition, Dental Concepts also deals with restorative dentistry, dental implants, Invisalign clear braces, and Incognito hidden lingual braces. Furthermore, they also offer other services and treatments that include the administration of Botox Botulinum Toxin, Restylane Dermal Fillers, Sculptra Facial Lines, and Juvederm.

The company spokesperson states that Dental Concepts is a family dental practice that aims to provide the local community, in Andover and Whitchurch and the surrounding areas, with professional dental services and treatments. The spokesperson also mentions that they have membership packages that comprise of hygiene only plans for NHS patients. The location map for directions to Dental Concepts Andover can be accessed here: http://goo.gl/maps/ULV9JGYLnNu151A59

“Our role is to listen to your requests, talk about your goals, plans, and challenges, and establish a dental treatment that will provide you with the most value. We do not practice a generic style of treatment and procedure because we understand that your needs could be different from our other patients. Through our suitability assessments during your appointments, we will identify the treatment plan that will best suit your dental requirements and meet your own personal preferences,” says the spokesperson. Furthermore, Dental Concepts is compliant with Care Quality Commission standards, and they follow a standard complaints procedure that is handled by their professional Patient Satisfaction Manager.

Residents of Whitchurch and Andover may reach out to Dental Concepts by calling their service hotline. They take pride in providing excellent oral care and personalised dental treatments, as is evident from the positive reviews and recommendations they have received from their patients.

Ari, in a Google review, said, “I was extremely surprised to be in and out of the dentist chair within 1.5 hours. They were completely professional as they explained each procedure as we went along. There was no pain at all, considering that I went in to have two dental implants. One of their staff even called me the night after the procedure to see how I was feeling. I am satisfied with the results and will definitely recommend Dental Concepts to my friends and family.”

Another satisfied client, Kirsty Colbourne, said, “I cannot speak highly enough about my experience and treatment at Dental Concepts. I came to Dental Concepts as my normal dentist couldn't offer dental implants and because I had read some amazing reviews online about them. Dr. Chitnis went out of his way to explain all of my options, and I was shown videos detailing the treatment and quoted prices. He offered me a lifeline and, instead of going straight for an implant, he offered to attempt to work with my existing tooth root and crown, and I was very pleased that it worked. I was so impressed with this practice and would totally recommend anyone to go to Dental Concepts.”

More information can be found on their website. Interested parties may call ans ask for the Practice Manager or visit the official Facebook page of Dental Concepts, to learn more about their latest news and important announcements.

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For more information about Dental Concepts, contact the company here:

Dental Concepts
Dr. Manish Chitnis
01264 313999
info@dental-concepts.com
Dental Concepts, 1b, 132A Weyhill Rd, Andover SP10 3BE, United Kingdom

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