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From dental implants to check ups, Ideal Dental deliver only the best treatments to keep your teeth healthy

Tooth reshaping

Have you ever felt like you wanted your tooth shortened, rounded, smoothed or straightened?


Tooth whitening

Tooth whitening is a simple process with dramatic results in the appearance of your teeth


Coloured fillings

Where a cavity is small or medium, an adhesive tooth coloured filling may be the ideal choice


Check ups

Your dentist will carry out a thorough examination of your mouth, checking your teeth and gums


Inlays and onlays

An inlay fits and restores the missing portion of your tooth, whereas onlays sits on top of the tooth to restore the shape



A thin layer of porcelain material that covers your own tooth to hide discoloured teeth, chipped or heavily restored teeth 


Amalgam fillings

Your dentist will advise restoring a cavity or deficiency with either an amalgam (silver) filling or a tooth coloured filling



Sometimes a tooth needs to be taken out due to decay, gum disease, damage or for orthodontic reasons


Root canal

Pulp, which senses hot and cold sensations, can eventually die off and needs to be removed and filled to save the the tooth 

Root canal


When a tooth has become broken down through decay, a crown can be placed to strengthen the underlying tooth



Dentures are used to replace missing teeth. Upon assessment, your dentist will recommend a full denture or a partial denture


Fissure sealants

A plastic coating placed on the chewing surfaces of molar teeth, usually in children. These coatings help prevent tooth decay


Gum shields

Gum shields/mouth guards cover the whole surface of the teeth to provide cushioning, helping to prevent trauma

Mouth gaurds


Your dentist will inform you of the cause of your toothache and give you the options of treatment for the tooth



Bridges are used to replace missing teeth in order to restore the space, this in turn will restore function and appearance


Information for Patients

Covid-19 and Dental Services

We are committed to protecting our staff and patients, and continue to maintain our high standards of Infection Control within the practice.

If you have any symptoms of a respiratory infection or feel unwell for any reason, please do inform a member of our team and we can manage your appointment accordingly.

Facemasks are no longer mandatory in communal areas, such as waiting rooms and receptions, but you can opt to wear one if you choose to.

For advice and treatment outside of our normal working hours please phone The Lancashire Dental Helpline on 0300 1234 010.

We have provided some emergency care advice for our patients to help:

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