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Clear braces in Beaconsfield

You may have heard of Six Month Smiles but just in case you haven’t we are here to tell you that your concerns about straightening your teeth as an adult are no longer anything to worry about. At Garden View, we know that your professional or active life doesn’t really make it possible to walk around for 2 years with unsightly metal tracks on your teeth. For most adults this simply isn’t acceptable but with clear braces in Beaconsfield, we aim to change your perception of orthodontics in order to get you the smile you deserve so that you can step into life with confidence. 


Six Month Smiles

This treatment uses clear aligners to gently push your teeth into position, whether you have crooked, gapped, or misaligned teeth, these aligners can transform your smile in a matter of months. Best suited to those who are 16 years of age and older, this removable appliance fits easily into any lifestyle making it easy for you to eat normally and clean your natural teeth as usual without any difficulties. Because the aligners are clear, they are virtually invisible and people will be hard-pressed to even see anything in your mouth, making them ideal for professionals as well as everyone else who wants to discreetly straighten their teeth.

Clear braces in Beaconsfield can take as little as 6 months to give you the simple you are looking for; a set of custom clear aligners will be made for you to use as directed by your dentist so that you get the best possible outcome. Thousands of patients with varying degrees of misalignments have undergone this treatment with huge success, all you need to do is have a discussion with our dentist on how we can best use this method to help you straighten your smile.

Why straight teeth are ideal

Many people are not happy with their crooked teeth and this is due to the underlying psychology behind having straight teeth; in our society, it is believed that straight teeth are an indication of someone with higher social standing, success and even intelligence. While this is of course not true, we cannot change how these unconscious judgements about others and ourselves are made, which is why people opt to have their teeth straightened in the first place.

Other than for aesthetic reasons, to have straight teeth is to have healthier teeth because they are easier to clean, teeth which overlap may store food and bacteria that are difficult to get rid of causing tooth decay and bad breath, while gapped teeth may be a perfect breeding ground for plaque and bacteria. Straight teeth allow for better cleaning. This is a simple medical fact that can not be ignored and with clear braces in Beaconsfield, you can get a healthier smile.

This fast and effective technique is much more affordable than traditional braces and other forms of braces that may be available on the market today, and with many feeling the pinch lately it is something that we recommend for both the health of your smile as well as your pocket.

Cosmetic dentistry at a dentist in Buckinghamshire

Modern technologies have made transforming your smile relatively quick and often life-changing. People who go from having crooked and/or stained teeth to a new bright and straight smile in a matter of weeks or months have an uplifted sense of confidence and self-worth and thus have the ability to make lasting and good first impressions. At Garden View, your dentist in Buckinghamshire, we aim to help you create the vision of your own perfect smile with tried and tested techniques and practices of modern cosmetic dentistry.


The winning smile

Psychology studies have found that people make subconscious judgments on others upon first meetings, even if they don’t mean to. A dull crooked smile could give off the perception that you are not so successful in either your professional or love life. Now this, of course, does not hold true as fact and is simply an unconscious perception. Think of it as natural selection, our brains are hardwired to choose the most attractive and healthy mate, this then extends to social and professional environments. If you are unhappy with your smile and would like to alter these unfair perceptions people may have of you, your dentist in Buckinghamshire is here to help with cosmetic dental treatments that show your best self.


Closing gaps

While some supermodels have a front tooth gap that really works for them, for most of us it is an unsightly annoyance that we would prefer to change, some people may even have little black triangles between the teeth where they met at the gums. Not only do these gaps and spaces make you look older, but they can also be a breeding ground for bacteria. Luckily, there is a simple method to close those gaps that are affecting your confidence in the way you smile and putting your health at risk; by filling them with a composite bonding technique called the ClarkMatrix treatment that can be performed in a single dental appointment. This treatment matches your teeth and will not be visible, the only thing that will be noticeable is the impressive transformation of your smile.

White fillings

Nowadays, we fill a cavity with a tooth coloured white filling which is hardly noticeable at all when you laugh or smile, this treatment although necessary for health purposes also enhances the look of your smile, we can exchange old metal fillings for new white ones should you wish to.

Porcelain veneers

Veneers are a permanent and irreversible way to quickly transform a smile no matter the position or colour of the teeth. We will file down your natural teeth into a stamp-like shape in order to place custom made veneers over them. These veneers exactly mimic the colour, shape, and transparency of natural teeth and the right shade and size will be custom made to fit you perfectly. People often get veneers on the front 6 top and bottom teeth in order to help transform their smiles in a matter of only 2 appointments.

Tooth whitening

This treatment at your dentist in Buckinghamshire can be used to transform a dull, yellow or stained set of teeth into a bright gleaming smile.

Need an emergency dentist in Buckinghamshire quickly?

Whether you have broken or chipped your tooth as a result of a recent accident, or you have recently developed a painful toothache, call the Garden View Dental Care clinic today, to look after all of your dental needs. In these cases, we recommend our patients seek our emergency dentist in Buckinghamshire as soon as possible. That way, you can alleviate your pain faster, and we can restore the damaged area better. If you are one of those unlucky patients that has had a tooth knocked out, it is essential to visit us sooner rather than later for a better chance of reimplanting the knocked-out tooth.


Needing an emergency dentist can be a stressful process; that is why here at Garden View Dental Care, we pride ourselves on ensuring patient calmness. When choosing us, you are not only choosing a dental appointment, but an experience. Our garden view is one of the many conditions we have decided on to allow our patients to feel relaxed and that they are in competent hands.

What to expect

Patients coming to the emergency dentist in Buckinghamshire can expect a professional and well-established process. There are five main phases of visiting an emergency dentist:

  1. A thorough examination of the damaged area. The examination includes dental X-rays for determining the extent of the damage.
  2. If you are in severe pain, we will use local anaesthetic to numb the region and alleviate it.
  3. A crucial step in treating the injured area will be the sterilisation of it. This reduces the risk of infection in the affected region.
  4. Depending on the state of it, you can expect the damaged tooth to be restored, either temporarily or permanently.
  5. In the more severe cases, the damaged tooth may need to be removed. In this case, dental implants and other options will be discussed.

The process is quick, and patients have said that the treatment is “fantastic”. One patient has even said they have, “never felt so relaxed in the dentist’s chair”.

Benefits of emergency dentistry

The benefits of emergency dentistry are manifold and life-changing. Preserving the remaining tooth structure is of an advantage when it comes to broken teeth. If there is some tooth left, a possible option is a relatively minor surgery where the crown is lengthened without further surgery on the dental root, which means less recovery time.

Another benefit of being seen quickly by our emergency dentist in Buckinghamshire is the reduced risk of infection. Infection is always a real risk to your teeth and overall health. That is why adequate oral hygiene, such as brushing and flossing, is necessary. However, a broken tooth can increase the likelihood of an infection to occur in the pulp. Furthermore, an infection in the pulp (the inside of the tooth) can cause tooth decay and tooth loss. A tooth infection can even spread to the rest of the body, making the patient very sick. This is another reason why seeing an emergency dentist is essential when warranted. Going to see an emergency dentist when needed, can have an overall, long-term effect on your oral health. Many studies suggest a link between healthy teeth and life expectancy. By maintaining your oral health and seeking treatment when issues arise, you can improve the quality of your life, throughout its duration.

Nervous patients welcome at the dentist in Buckinghamshire

Dental anxiety, or dental fear, is estimated to affect around 36 % of the population. This dental phobia can be so bad that people will actually put their oral health at risk and avoid going to the dentist. Here at Garden View Dental Care, we take this statistic very seriously. Therefore, it is our mission to provide exemplary dental care while maintaining a relaxing environment with warm and friendly staff, and to treat our patients with the utmost respect and dignity.


There are many factors that can be considered as causing dental anxiety. Evidence suggests that dental fear is complex and multifactorial. Some may fear the thought of someone rummaging around in their mouth, or maybe dental fear comes from past traumatic instances, or even perhaps a potential patient has become afraid due to the hearsay of friends and the media. Whatever the reason for dental phobia, you can rest assured that with us you’re in safe hands.

What we do differently

The first thing new patients will notice is our residence. Some past patients have even joked they feel like they are walking into a warm and friendly B&B, not a dental practice at all! The lobby is decorated in a modern, pleasant style with comfortable sofas and armchairs to relax in. Some patients avail themselves of complimentary hot beverages and read from our wide range of the latest magazines and newspapers.

We don’t expect nervous patients to want to be treated on their first session, so they are invited to sit down with our dentist in Buckinghamshire and discuss any fears, anxieties and concerns they may have. This initial consultation is for you to ask any questions, and for us to come up with a suitable treatment plan that works for you. If you want, you can even bring your partner, friend, or significant other in with you to the consultation.

The chair, you will notice, sits facing an open window onto our beautifully decorated garden. This garden view is to allow our patients to feel comfortable during their treatment. If, however, sitting long in the dental chair is something that you don’t feel like you can handle, we can modify the treatment to spread out over a longer time so you won’t have to spend as long in the chair.

Some treatments require anaesthetic delivered by a needle. This can be something that can be daunting for a nervous patient. If you feel weak at the sight of the needle, the Wand painless injection might be a more suitable fit for you. This small handpiece looks a bit like a pen and administers anaesthesia controlled by a computer. The computer system delivers the flow smoothly, eliminating the ‘bee sting’ that a needle produces. The Wand also minimises the unnecessary numbness of the tongue, cheek, and face. 

Benefits of dentistry

Here at Garden View Dental Care, we want to emphasise how important it is that patients experiencing dental phobia do their best to overcome that fear and visit their dentist. Dentistry has been called the window into overall health, with good reason. There is a correlation between good dental health and reduced disease. According to the literature, keeping good oral hygiene can reduce cardiovascular disease, endocarditis, and pneumonia. With that in mind, we strongly recommend you see a dentist in Buckinghamshire sooner, rather than later. So if you are still nervous at the prospect of the treatment, please stop by, we would be glad to help reassure you, to get you the dental care you need.

Fast and effective clear braces in Beaconsfield

Everyone wants straight, healthy, beautiful teeth. A smile that lights up the room. Unfortunately, not everyone is lucky enough to acquire the necessary genetics for this to happen. Thankfully braces have become better and more affordable for people to access their best smile. However, during the treatment, some may feel self-conscious with traditional metal tracks and dread the metallic shine in photographs. For these potential patients, there are other options, including clear braces.


Clear braces offer a solution to getting straight teeth while undergoing discreet treatment. The options are often sought by adults and adolescents alike. Some professional working adults do not feel comfortable while wearing traditional fixed appliances in the work environment, such as in meetings and conferences. Similarly, adolescents are often in a particularly sensitive state regarding body image and appearance attending school, and would prefer the clear braces alternative.

What are clear braces?

Clear braces can be any type of orthodontic treatment that straightens teeth, except they are clear. They can be designed similarly to traditional braces, but instead of metal tracks, clear or inconspicuous wires and bands are used. In the category of clear braces are also transparent aligners like Invisalign since they are ‘clear’. In short, clear braces are any treatment that looks clear and straightens teeth. Some of the most common clear braces in Beaconsfield are the ceramic and clear wire braces that offer an alternative to metal. Ceramic braces can treat almost everything that metal braces can treat, except they are less noticeable. Depending on your unique set of teeth, you may qualify for some of our faster treatments.

At Garden View Dental Care we offer Six Month Smiles. The Six Month Smiles treatment is a revolutionary orthodontic system that provides fast and efficient treatment to get you the results that you desire. What we use are tooth-coloured wires that blend into your teeth discreetly. Focusing on the front teeth allows for higher specificity and fast results. The technology applies a light force on your teeth over a relatively short duration to move those front teeth into the right position. On completion of the treatment, you will be provided with a retainer to protect that new found smile. Six Month Smiles have modified traditional therapies and have used the best aspects of braces to solve those crooked front teeth. However, if you have crooked back teeth as well, then we can also propose another ‘clear’ solution.

Invisalign is considered the ‘invisible’ brace. It comes as sets of removable aligners made out of a translucent thermoplastic mould. In the initial consultation, the patient will be assessed to see if they are suitable for the treatment. A digital plan will be made out of the shape of the patient’s teeth using X-rays, digital scans, or even dental impressions. This information will be used to create a 3-D model of the teeth to design the different sets of aligners. The next stage is receiving different aligners to be worn throughout the treatment. The patient will come back to our dentist every six weeks to ensure the treatment is progressing correctly. The last stage is wearing a retainer to keep those straight white teeth in place.


The benefits are clear; straight and healthy teeth, no stress from conspicuous metal brackets, and a life full of bright smiles. So don’t wait, call today about our clear braces in Beaconsfield. At Garden View Dental Care, we care about your teeth.

Relax, at the dentist in Buckinghamshire

At Garden View Dental Care, we believe that dentistry goes beyond treating a patient’s teeth; we treat the person. We never forget the importance of being relaxed in dentistry, as it can be quite uncomfortable at times. That is why we have designed our facility, from the location where we reside to the dentist chair where we operate, to be as comfortable as possible.


The first thing new patients will notice is the pleasant, modern environment. Patients entering the reception space will be greeted by warm and friendly staff. In the waiting area, patients can relax on comfortable sofas or armchairs with all the latest magazines and newspapers. While you wait, we encourage you to avail yourself of our free wi-fi and to enjoy any of our selection of hot drinks. When it is time for your appointment, you will enter the dental office. The dental chair is positioned so our patients can gaze out at our beautifully manicured garden. Our dentist and hygienist will explain the treatment options depending on each patient. We offer a wide variety of services to our patients for their convenience.

Treatments at the dentist in Buckinghamshire

We provide a full range of dentistry to cater to all of our potential patients, including general, preventive, restorative, cosmetic and orthodontic. General dentistry includes all emergency dentistry, as well as extractions and oral surgeries. Root canal treatment is a typical treatment in general dentistry, which treats an infected area inside the tooth and prevents further infections and abscesses occurring.

Often, the best treatment is preventive. Avoid the pain of having an infection in the root canal by attending regular hygiene and dental check-ups. By visiting our dental hygienist, you will have a professional to clean your teeth, removing any build-up of plaque that you may have missed. We all miss plaque in those hard to reach places even with daily brushing and flossing. That is why it is crucial to have the benefit of a professional clean from time to time.

Although preventive dentistry reduces your chance significantly of succumbing to any dental infection, sometimes there are uncontrollable circumstances which mean you need restorative dentistry. You may have experienced an accident where your tooth has become chipped, broken, or even knocked out! It will then be necessary to access a dental practitioner as soon as possible. If this scenario applies to you, you can call for emergency dental care. There are many options for saving broken or chipped teeth, such as veneers, bridges and implants.

If it is a beautiful smile you’re after, maybe cosmetic or orthodontic dentistry is the right fit for you. Cosmetic dentistry deals with the overall aesthetics of your teeth, including teeth whitening, veneers, white fillings, and gap closure. If you want beautiful, white, straight teeth you may be  inclined to opt for orthodontic treatments. Orthodontics isn’t just for extraordinarily crowded or crooked teeth. Frequently people just need slight adjustment with minimal work to get their teeth into their most flattering position. With ever-advancing technology, it is now possible to avail yourself of these treatments, without even letting on you have braces. There are clear brace options to choose from such as Invisalign (the invisible brace), Six Month Smiles, and the use of inconspicuous tracks and wires.

So you see, the dentist in Buckinghamshire attends to all potential patients’ dental needs. Not only this, but at Garden View Dental Care, we provide a service that is not only effective, but also extremely comfortable.

Curious about treatment with clear braces? Our team at Garden View answers your questions!

There are many benefits to having a straighter set of teeth.


For one thing, you will feel less self-conscious about impromptu photos being taken by friends and family. Your teeth will be much easier to clean and, of course, you will feel more confident when out and about; what’s the downside?

While many adults feel that they are either too old or their teeth are too misaligned to ever be straight, thanks to advances in modern orthodontic techniques, this is no longer the case. Indeed, there are now many different aligners available to help you get that smile that you deserve.

When you come to Garden View, our team will assess the severity of your dental misalignment and devise a treatment plan specifically for you. Well known for our experience in adult orthodontics, our team may suggest that you undertake treatment with clear braces in Buckinghamshire. One of our more popular aligners, the Six Months Smile brace, could get you that straighter smile in under 6 months! Perfect!

Is there a catch? How likely is it that these clear braces in Buckinghamshire will leave you with a radiant smile? The answers to these questions, and others, are answered below! Enjoy!

Will Six Month Smiles really straighten my teeth?

As with most adult orthodontic procedures, the Six Month Smiles aligner may be able to straighten your teeth, depending on the severity of the misalignment.

Of course, it is worth noting that these clear braces in Buckinghamshire are not suited to correcting more complex cases of misalignment or malocclusion, and are therefore considered purely cosmetic. So, if you want a straighter smile to boost your confidence, our team will assess your suitability for this brace.

Do they hurt?

Many people worry that an accelerated treatment time means more force being applied and thus, more discomfort.

However, this brace does not use excessive force to move your teeth and relies on gentle pushing to move them into their new positions. So, if you notice any discomfort while wearing the Six Month Smiles aligner, contact our team for a check-up.

Can I take them out?

No, this brace is a fitted, clear aligner, meaning it is attached to your teeth with clear brackets.

This is important to allow the brace to work in such a short time span and iit will have no noticeable impact on your smile during the span of the treatment.

Do they really work in six months?

In many cases, this brace works in under six months!

Remember, the treatment length will depend on the severity of your misalignment and so, while this treatment takes an average of six months, you may need to wear the brace for slightly longer.

Is there a catch?

Not that we know of!

To undertake treatment with the Six Month Smiles aligner, you need to be over the age of 16 and our team can offer you a flexible payment plan to cover all costs. So, what are you waiting for?

Fed up with persistently bad breath? 5 things that could be the cause by Garden View

There is a reason it is seen as a social faux-pas.


While there are many causes of bad breath, such as eating garlic or dehydration, if you notice that your breath is a bit aromatically unpleasant most of the time, it is time to book a dental appointment.

In society today, there are many ways to alleviate bad breath, such as chewing gum, but as bad breath is not a condition in itself, it should be taken seriously if it is persistent. As it may indicate any number of health issues, it may be worth ditching the gum and calling our team instead; you will save a lot of money on chewing gum and breath mints!

At Garden View, we have helped many patients freshen their breath and improve their oral health. While our dentist in Buckinghamshire will target each treatment to the patient, we will endeavour to identify the underlying cause of your poor breath and treat it. If required, we can refer you for other procedures, such as a scale and polish, to prevent the recurrence of bad breath too. Perfect!

But what could your persistent bad breath indicate? And why is it so important to see our dentist in Buckinghamshire if you have it? Read on to find out.

Periodontal disease

Perhaps the number one culprit of bad breath is periodontal (gum) disease, such as gingivitis.

Put simply, if your gums are inflamed, they are more likely to bleed regularly and so, proteins from your blood provide more food for oral bacteria to feed on. Yikes!

Our dentist in Buckinghamshire can provide you with a specialist mouthwash to reduce the inflammation caused by gum disease and can refer you for a scale and polish to remove associated plaque.

Tooth decay

It could be a minor cavity or caused by a cracked filling, but tooth decay is another cause of bad breath.

As these can be detected with regular dental check-ups, it is important to see our team twice a year, and our hygienist at least once a year, to identify and treat any new or pre-existing decay.

Acid reflux

How does acid reflux impact on your breath and how can a dental team help?

Well, in instances of prolonged acid-reflux, our team is likely to notice acid erosion on your teeth, making them more susceptible to cavities, cracks and other issues.

We can provide you with an acid neutralising mouthwash, to reduce the damage reflux causes to your teeth, which will improve your breath too!

Poor hygiene

If you brush your teeth every couple of days, you are more likely to have chronic bad breath.

This is because odour causing bacteria isn’t being removed regularly, and is accumulating on your teeth and gums; so it is important to keep up good oral hygiene.


Do you smoke? In many instances, poor breath can be caused by lifestyle factors such as smoking. Ask our team for advice on smoking cessation and other factors that could cause bad breath.

Unsure if your toothache needs urgent attention? 5 ways to spot a dental emergency with Garden View

It is a common situation that no-one wants to find themselves in.


You are going about your day, as normal, take a sip of coffee and boom! You are hit with a sudden and sharp pain under your tooth. While you could chalk it up to having overly sensitive teeth, that tooth has been doing that for a few days now, and the discomfort is getting worse.

As mentioned before, situations such as this are surprisingly common, but leave many dental patients in a bit of a quagmire; is it a dental emergency? Or, could you just go home, take some painkillers and get on with it? Unless you have had this exact issue before, it can be hard to know what type of treatment is warranted.

At Garden View, our team treats dental emergencies every day and we even set aside scheduled slots each day to see those who need a same-day appointment. Our emergency dentist in Beaconsfield will aim to resolve any discomfort by the time you leave the surgery, allowing you to get on with your day as usual! It is just that simple!

But, back to the initial conundrum; how do you know if you need to see our emergency dentist in Beaconsfield? Below are 5 indicators of a dental emergency emergency dentist in Beaconsfield.


It goes without saying that if you notice your face, gum, or jawline is becoming swollen, you need to see our as soon as you can.

Along with being unsightly, swelling indicates inflammation, which could be caused by an infection or damage to the jaw or root of the tooth.


As they are your teeth and gums, you will probably be aware of which teeth are prone to being a bit more sensitive.

While minor sensitivity does require the attention of a dentist, if you are hit with sudden and extreme sensitivity, this is a sign that the root of your tooth is exposed. An exposed root is never a good thing to cope with and so, our team can assess the damage to your tooth and recover the nerve.


Do your gums look a darker shade of pink or red? Is there some blue or purple accompanied by a swelling?


OK, so an obvious symptom of a dental emergency is discomfort.

Broken teeth

An often overlooked dental emergency is that of broken or chipped teeth.

Even if you are in no discomfort, you need to see our team; a cracked or broken tooth is a gateway for bacteria to get into your tooth and cause all kinds of problems. Please don’t risk it!

Worried about attending a dental check-up? 5 ways our team at Garden View can help you relax

It is nothing short of a conundrum; you want to have healthy, whiter teeth but the thought of walking into a dental surgery causes you to sweat. And, as is the way with human nature, if you avoid attending regular dental check-ups, you are putting the health of your mouth at risk.


Rest assured that you are not alone; many dental patients experience some sort of anxiety at the prospect of attending a check-up and, while you may have concerns about the condition of your teeth and gums, rest assured that the days of the lecturing dental team are long gone. Compassion and understanding are more commonly practiced in dental surgeries today, allowing you to build up your confidence.

At Garden View, our team can help you overcome your anxieties and worries. Our dentist in Buckinghamshire will take the time to listen to your concerns, get to know you as a person and guide you through a check-up with a no-pressure approach.

But why else should you choose our dentist in Buckinghamshire if you are a nervous patient?


If you are like many nervous dental patients, it is the sound of the drill that makes your heart rate jump.

Luckily, our dentist in Buckinghamshire has just the solution for cancelling out the sounds of the dental surgery; music!

While you are in the chair, you are free to bring along headphones to listen to music or an audiobook. If you forget, don’t worry; our team has a set of headphones on hand and can play calming music to you while you are in the dental chair. Perfect!


At Garden View, we know it takes a truly brave person to face their fears and attend a dental check-up if they have a phobia.

But, while you may feel you can handle this alone, our team will welcome any friends or family members that you want to bring with you. Offering you moral support, they can make the day more enjoyable and can take you out for a well-earned coffee afterward.


Like most things, communication is the key to success.

When it comes to phobias, our team wants you to feel you can talk to us about any concerns you have and, as trained professionals, we will work with you to find a way to make communication easier. If you want our team to explain what they are doing just say and, consequently, you can tell us if you need a break.


At Garden View, we are able to offer injections with minimal discomfort using our wand therapy.

Visually resembling a pen and computer-controlled, the wand reduces the bee sting feeling of dental numbing.

No judgement

Fear of judgement is a key factor in many people’s dental phobias.

Our team will always treat you with dignity and respect, allowing you to feel comfortable while in the dental chair. Perfect!