5 star review from Implant Patient
I am delighted with my new smile which is due the professionalism of Raymond, Kevin and the team at Bothwell Dental Care. My initial consultation with Raymond gave me confidence to proceed with Implant treatment. Everyone in the team is caring, friendly and approachable. After a year I completed my treatment and on seeing my smile I got quite emotional. Great work 5 stars *****
Medical Emergencies Training
Caring for your safety is paramount at Bothwell Dental Care. The entire team participated in basic life support and medical emergencies training to comply with CPD training under GDC lifelong learning scheme.
Many thanks to Liz Walker and Lezley Ann Walker from Glasgow Dental Hospital who were kind enough to come back to see us.
Referring dentists - Introducing the 3D Cone Beam CT Scanner
We are delighted to now offer the additional referral service of the new 3D Cone Beam CT Scanner at Bothwell Dental Care.
The CS8100 3D is the latest model from Carestream, providing excellent diagnostic imaging using low dose scans. It has the following features:
Low Dose CBCT
- Implant assessment
- Complex third molars - ID canal position
- Impacted canine position
- Perio Bone Levels
External Bitewings - gagging patient
3D scans start from £99 and OPG’s are £35
We continue to offer a referral service for Dental Implants and Invisalign Clear Braces and would be delighted to accept any CT scan referrals you may have. Our aim is to provide patients with a complete dental care package under one roof.
Check out the Carestream video for an overview of its features
Another 5 star review at Bothwell Dental Care
Implants finished. Not a one off visit, but I was fed up wearing a denture and the result is amazing - just like my own teeth! Talk, laugh and eat with a new confidence. Attention to detail and follow up after procedures reassuring and the staff are all friendly and approachable. Thanks Patient Scott
Mouth Cancer Action Month - November
Young, old, smoke, drink alcohol - more than 6,500 people will be diagnosed with mouth cancer this year in the UK. Without early detection half will die.
Self-examination is a simple, potentionally life saving process. When brushing your teeth, look out for any changes in your mouth - any red or white patches, unusual lumps or swelling or ulcers which do not heal within 3 weeks.
Know the risk factors and regularly visit your dentist to ensure you are checked for signs of mouth cancer.
If mouth cancer is spotted early, the chances of a complete cure are good. The smaller the area or ulcer the better to the chances of a cure. If in any doubt, get it checked out by your dentist.