Tel: 01451 832265

01451 832265

General Dentistry

Welcome – whether you are a new or existing patient, we would like to thank you for choosing our practice.

At Stow-on-the-Wold Dental Practice, we provide high quality treatment in a caring, friendly environment. We are committed to continuing dental education and keeping abreast of the changes in modern dentistry.

We encourage preventive techniques – helping you to understand how to maintain the health of your mouth and keep it free of tooth decay and gum disease.

We offer a complete range of treatments at our practice and pride ourselves on offering the most advanced advice and care that is currently available in the dental world.


General Treatments on offer:


DSC_0974White Tooth Coloured Fillings

Tooth coloured fillings blend in with the natural shade of your teeth and are far less obtrusive than amalgam fillings
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A bridge is a dental appliance that replaces one or more natural missing teeth, thereby “bridging” the space between two teeth
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Crowns are a more attractive and functional way of repairing broken teeth than a large filling making it look and function as a natural tooth. Crowns can also improve the appearance of misshapen or discoloured teeth
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Veneers are a thin layer of porcelain that can be bonded to the front surface of the teeth to change their appearance or shape
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Dentures are worn to replace your natural teeth. They are usually made from lifelike resin teeth bonded to a plastic base
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Root Canal Therapy

Root canal treatment (also called endodontics) is needed when the blood or nerve supply of the tooth (known as the pulp) is infected through decay or injury
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Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth sometimes need to be removed when there is not enough space for them to come through properly
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Mouth Guards

We can produce Mouth Guards to help protect your teeth when playing sport or to help as a preventative measure for those patients who grind their teeth at night.



Children are born free of dental disease, yet by adulthood a significant proportion of the population has active gum disease
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