Lambourn Dental Practice

For *Pain Free Dentistry
Call Us Today On 01488647321
Email:info@LambournDental.co.uk

      

Complimentary Consultations From The Comfort Of Your Own Home!

You Can Discover More About Our Cosmetic Smile Changing Treatments From The Comfort Of Your Own Home!

You may want to replace your missing teeth or perhaps straighten your smile but struggle to find the time to get to the practice. We have great news for you. We are offering Free Video Chats to enable you to speak to a member of our team. During the call you can discuss your concerns and even send us a photo of your mouth. We can then give you some advice on how we can help and talk you through the next steps.

There is no reason to be worried about a video call, it is a really simple process and we’ll talk you through it beforehand. Take the next step to a new you today!

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Tooth Clenching and Grinding Solutions

When you wake up, do you feel fabulous? Or do you suffer with:

  • Aching jaw joints?
  • Aching or sensitive teeth?
  • Morning headaches?
  • Tension type headache?
  • Migraines?

Tooth Clenching and Grinding affects over 10 million adults in the UK.

Effects of Bruxism (teeth clenching and grinding)

Bruxism sufferers are affected in many ways, some experience short term side effects, whilst others can be subject to more long-term issues.

Many symptoms are less likely to be dental related; often they are left untreated for many years. It is common for patients to turn to their GP and have many investigations for other medical conditions, including MRI scans, brain scans and many other tests.

Short-term effects of bruxism

  • Regular headaches and migraines 
  • Aching jaw & facial muscles
  • Ear ache
  • Tinnitus
  • Sinus pains
  • Stiff neck and shoulders
  • Limited mouth opening
  • Poor sleep quality 
  • Sleep disturbance of bed partner due to noise
  • Tooth mobility and tooth loss
  • Fractured tooth cusps and broken fillings 
  • Receding and inflamed gums
  • Tongue scalloping

Long-term effects of bruxism

  • Excessive facial muscle tone
  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (sometimes called TMJD or just TMJ) 
  • Clicking or popping jaw joint
  • Tooth wear and tooth loss

You may be one of those 10 million adults who clench or grind their teeth. If you recognise the symptoms below please talk to us.

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We Now Offer Video Consultations!

We Now Offer Video Consultations!

Meeting up with a team member where you can relax with a hot drink while you chat about how, and in what ways, Lambourn Dental can help to improve your smile. Included in your smile audit:

  1. Address your concerns and desires
  2. Discuss treatment options suitable for you
  3. See before & after photos and patient testimonials
  4. Offer of Interest – free finance options
  5. Opportunity to book your clinical assessment

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Contact Us at the Lambourn Dental Practice

Lambourn Valley Dental Practice
7 Market Place
Lambourn
Berkshire
RG17 8XU.

Call Us Today On 01488647321

For Our Valued Clients Please Email Us On The Address Below For Any Changes To Appointments And Your Details.

info@lambourndental.co.uk

OPENING HOURS:

Monday  8.00am – 4.30pm
Tuesday 9.00am – 5.30pm
Wednesday 8.00am – 4.30pm
Thursday  9.00am – 7.00pm
Friday 9.00am – 1.00pm
Closed for lunch 1.00pm-2.00pm
Saturdayby appointment only

How To Find Us

Parking outside the front of the practice is limited to 30 minutes

Additional parking is available in The War Memorial close-by and in the FREE car-park by the Universal store.

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