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Welcome to the home of Dental Technicians

Finding the right Dental Technicians has never been easier

We believe that you should have all the information before considering any dental treatment, and this is why we sit down after every clinical examination and discuss the findings or discuss what improvements you would like to make to your smile, and we can help you choose the right treatment for yourself.

Invisible Braces: Straighten your teeth, without anyone knowing you are having treatment – This treatment is ideal for those adults who wouldn’t wear braces because of the way they look

Teeth Whitening: With so many people providing cheap and ineffective teeth whitening, its difficult to know who to trust. Our teeth whitening solutions are tried and tested, and very affordable

Porcelain Veneers: Porcelain Veneers are the Rolls Royce of cosmetic dentistry, if you are looking for completely natural and stunning, long lasting results, then this might be the treatment for you

Composite Veneers: Composite Veneers can be placed in one day, and look almost as good as porcelain veneers, and are more cost effective

Dental Implants: If you are missing one or more teeth, then a dental implant may be the best way forward, they are generally regarded as the best solution for a missing tooth.

Your Role in Clinical Dental Technology

As a registered Clinical Dental Technician, you are part of a multidisciplinary dental team.

As a registered professional, you are required to work, at all times, in the best interest of your patients and provide any treatments competently and ethically within the limits of your training.

You should ensure you have the correct protocols in place enabling referral to an appropriately qualified and registered professional should you find a case outside your scope of competence.

You should be aware of, and understand, all appropriate regulations and ethical guidance as laid down by the General Dental Council and other agencies.

A complete set of guidance documents is available, from the General Dental Council, on request.

You should be aware that activities outside your professional work can also impinge on the reputation of the profession and you may be called to account for unprofessional conduct and bringing the profession into disrepute.