At Iosis we provide a full range general dental treatments and we have associations with local specialists to who we can send you if more advanced treatment is required.
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Knowing that your smile looks great can give your confidence a huge boost, which in turn can have a positive effect on your career and your social life.
We provide full smile makeovers, using a combination of treatments to give you the best possible results.
All our cosmetic treatments are carried out by highly qualified, experienced dentists, who use scientific and artistic methods to ensure that your teeth function well and that your smile looks its best.
There are various ways we can help create a beautiful new smile and these might not cost as much as you think.
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Dentures and bridges
Bridges are a permanent and realistic looking way of filling a gap between teeth that has been caused by a missing tooth or teeth. Bridges can hold one or more false teeth, and are held in place by the neighbouring teeth. Sometimes the neighbouring teeth (one on each side) will need to have crowns fitted to make them strong enough to support the bridge.
Dentures can replace any number of missing teeth, and are removeable. Modern techniques mean they fit far better than they used to, and look far more realistic too.
If your partner is prone to snoring, you will know just how disruptive it can be! It can affect the quality of your sleep and theirs, reduce effectiveness at work and cause higher stress levels.
Snoring is caused when the muscles in your neck relax while you are sleeping. The relaxed muscles cause your airway to partially close, and the soft tissue then vibrates as you breathe, causing the sound of snoring. The problem can be worse if you are overweight, if you have drunk alcohol or taken sleeping tablets.
The team at Iosis offer custom-made dental appliances which are specially designed to help you stop snoring. Worn at night-time, they work by preventing your lower jaw from dropping back while you are sleeping, which stops your airway from closing and vibrating.