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Keep your teeth and gums healthy with our range of general dentistry treatments
Now is a perfect time to get started on your smile makeover.
Our general dentistry treatments
Emergency Dental Care
Root Canal Treatment
Oral Surgery & Dental Extractions
Teeth Alignment / TMJ
Cleaning & Exams
The best general dentistry service in Essex
SimpyTeeth Essex has a proud track record of creating some of the best smiles in Essex, and we also have some of the most innovative dentistry technology available within our Essex-based practice.
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Achieve your dream smile quickly and effectively
Embrace the latest advancements in general dentistry with Simply Teeth. Our skilled team employs state-of-the-art techniques to deliver unparalleled results.
- REnhanced Aesthetic Appeal
- RBoost Your Self-Confidence
- RImproved Your Oral Health
- RLong-Term Functional Benefits
- RCustomized Treatment Plans
Why choose us for general dentistry in Essex?
“I’ve been visiting Simply Teeth for many years and I can very strongly recommend them. They provide a very professional service, do really good work on my teeth, never propose anything that I don’t need and provide good advice to prevent deterioration to my teeth and gums.”
Mobeen Anwar, Google Review
General dentistry patient reviews
Hear what some of our patients who have had general dentistry treatment at our practice have to say about their experience with us.
“I’ve been three times and explained up front I have a huge phobia of dentists. I’ve had some big jobs done at Simply Teeth and, as a really nervous patient, the care has been excellent and mindful throughout about my nerves.”
Jo Wilkinson, Google review
“Highly recommended. From the first visit till time, excellent service from every staff, so professional, helpful and kind.”
Diya Lakshmi, Google review
“My experience at simplyteeth has been amazing, the receptionists are lovely, and are quick to pick up the phone and respond to any emails. My dentist made me feel very comfortable and at ease. Would definitely recommend!”
Nazifa Anjum, Google review
How our general dentistry treatment works
We pride ourselves on providing the best general dentistry service available in the Essex area. Let us take you through the process now so you understand exactly what’s involved.
Advanced technology helps us visualize the end result.
Custom-made treatment(s) selected especially for you.
Visit us every 6 weeks or so and we’ll track your progress.
You’ll start noticing results in just a few weeks!
“I feel so much more confident and happy with my smile… it’s made a huge difference.”
Sascha, Google review
Learn about general dentistry on our blog
We have vast experience, expertise and knowledge regarding general dentistry, which is why we love to write about it.
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FAQ’s about General Dentistry
Have a question about general dentistry?
Chances are you’ll find the answer in our FAQ below, but if you can’t then simply request a callback and we can answer your question for you in person.
How often should I visit the dentist for regular check-ups?
Regular dental check-ups are typically recommended every six months, but your dentist may suggest a different schedule based on your oral health needs.
What is the importance of dental cleanings?
Dental cleanings help remove plaque and tartar buildup, preventing tooth decay and gum disease. They also give the dentist a chance to detect any issues early on.
Are dental X-rays safe, and how often should I have them?
Dental X-rays are generally safe, and the frequency of X-rays depends on your oral health and risk factors. Your dentist will tailor the recommendation to your individual needs.
How can I prevent cavities and maintain good oral hygiene?
Brushing twice a day, flossing daily, and limiting sugary foods can help prevent cavities. Regular dental check-ups are crucial for early detection and intervention.
What are the signs of gum disease, and how can it be treated?
Signs of gum disease include bleeding gums, bad breath, and gum recession. Treatment may involve professional cleanings, scaling and root planing, and improved oral hygiene practices.
What should I do in case of a dental emergency?
Dental emergencies, such as a knocked-out tooth or severe toothache, require prompt attention. Contact your dentist immediately for guidance and, if necessary, seek emergency dental care.
Is teeth whitening safe, and what are the available options?
Teeth whitening is generally safe when done under professional supervision. Options include in-office whitening and at-home treatments recommended by your dentist.
Can I get braces as an adult, and what are the alternatives to traditional braces?
Yes, adults can get braces. Alternatives like clear aligners (Invisalign) are popular for their discreet appearance. Consult with your dentist to determine the best option for you.
What is the connection between oral health and overall health?
Oral health is linked to overall health. Poor oral hygiene can contribute to various systemic conditions, such as heart disease and diabetes. Regular dental care supports overall well-being.
How can I manage dental anxiety, and are there sedation options available?
Communicate your anxiety with your dentist, who can offer techniques to make you more comfortable. Sedation options, such as nitrous oxide or oral sedatives, may be available for certain procedures.