Making a dental appointment with B & R Dental Care is simple.
Whether you’re looking for a simple check-up or want something more smile enhancing, such as cosmetic dentistry like veneers, teeth whitening, white fillings, it’s easy to request an appointment, just ring your local B & R Dental Care practice. Contact your local dentist at B & R Dental Care to discuss your requirements, email us, telephone or call in person to our dental surgeries in Goole or Howden.
Treatments in our offer
We offer a full range of dental treatment. Patients (both adult and child) can choose to be seen entirely privately, receive a mixture of NHS and private treatment, or receive only NHS dental treatment. Please note that not all dentists in the practice will see new NHS patients.
Any treatment not covered under the NHS can be carried out on a private basis. This includes tooth whitening, large white fillings and white crowns on back teeth, amongst many others.
Private patients receive extended treatment sessions and treatment using materials of superior quality.
Dental hygienists examine patients for signs of oral diseases such as gingivitis and gum disease, and as such can be regarded as our gum specialists. They don’t just clean teeth, but irrigate out the gaps and pockets between the teeth and gums, and provide a range of expert preventative dental care and advice. They also educate and advise patients on ways to improve and maintain good oral health, aswell as offering advice on other aspects such as diet, general health, and cosmetic options.
Dental check ups
At your initial dental examination you will meet your dentist and dental team, and be able to discuss any questions and treatment options you may have in mind..
Your dentist will carry out a thorough examination of your mouth, checking your teeth and gums.
Your dentist will look for any cavities and any issues with fillings and crowns.
To help investigate any problems you may have, x-rays) may be taken.
Your dentist will explain treatment options available and agree a treatment plan.
If your dental practitioner notices caries (decay) in a tooth or a deficiency with one of your existing restorations (fillings), they will advise restoring the cavity with either an amalgam (silver) filling or a tooth coloured/white filling.