Dentists in Melton Mowbray
20 Park Road
Welcome to Park Road Dental Practice, we are situated near the centre of the market town of Melton Mowbray. A beautiful Victorian building carefully refurbished to create calm and comfortable surroundings. Our welcoming and friendly team are dedicated to providing gentle care with a strong focus on prevention using the most advanced techniques and equipment to give you the best results. Park Road Dental offers a complete service. Preventative care, hygiene, and simple dental treatments are as much a key factor as complex and cosmetic treatments. We offer Specialist Periodontal (gum disease) and Specialist Orthodontic (braces) treatments. Other treatments offered are Implants (teeth in a day), oral surgery, cosmetic and general dentistry, including dentures.
Modern dentistry should not be uncomfortable. We understand you may be apprehensive about dental treatments especially if you have had a bad experience in the past. We have helped many nervous patients. Please do not feel embarrassed to talk to us, we are here to listen and believe that openly discussing your anxiety will help us to understand how we can best put you at ease and provide the appropriate care. Our team are both friendly and patient. They will spend as much time as necessary to ensure that your treatment is gentle and pain free.
Our Practice is in a beautiful Victorian building and opened its doors over 4 years ago. When entering the practice, its original character and charm create an immediate warm and welcoming atmosphere. The reception waiting room is both comfortable and soothing , large comfy sofas, soft lighting, soft music, magazines and refreshments are available.
Our surgeries have been custom built for function, air conditioned for comfort and well equipped with the latest technology for performance. Strict cross infection controls are maintained to ensure patient and staff safety.
Periodontal Disease (more commonly known as gum disease) is a serious infection of the
gums and supporting tissues of the teeth. The disease is usually painless at first, but if undetected
and untreated, the bone that supports the teeth in the jaw bone is gradually destroyed, and can lead to tooth loss.
The main cause of periodontal disease is bacterial plaque, a sticky,colourless film that constantly forms on your teeth. However, factors also affecting the health of gums could be smoking, systemic disease, genetics, stress, medication, puberty, pregnancy and menopause. Recent research has found a relationship between periodontal infection and more serious health problems such as chronic heart disease, diabetes and respiratory related diseases. Therefore, good periodontal health is key to a healthy body.
Implants are the most natural replacement for missing teeth. They are often a better alternative to a bridge or dentures.They can also be used to stabalise or replace full dentures. An implant provides a 'fixed' replacement for missing teeth as they are anchored securely into the jaw by means of a small titanium post. Studies show that they are potentially the longest lasting restoration. Orthodontics is no longer just for children. Many adults who have crowded, crooked or protruded teeth can now benefit from the latest techniques. We can offer 'invisible' orthodontics so no one need know you are wearing braces.
Monday: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Tuesday: 9am - 6:30pm
Wednesday to Thursday: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Friday: 8:30am - 4pm
Saturday to Sunday: Closed