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Different Types of Braces

By Charlotte, August 25 2023


There are many different types of braces. Here at myFACE we offer Invisalign, tooth-coloured fixed braces and braces that sit behind the teeth.

Tooth Whitening

By Charlotte, May 18 2023


What tooth whitening options do we have available?

Dermal Filler vs Anti Wrinkle Injections 

By Charlotte, Jan 06 2023

What is the difference and which one is right for me?

Electric vs Manual Toothbrush?

By Charlotte, Sept 26 2022

There is no right or wrong answer. There are pros and cons to both and electric and manual, we tend to recommend electric toothbrushes for our patients, here’s why:

Why do we need regular dental visits?

By Nicole, July 29 2022

It is advised that we visit the dentist on average every 6 months. There are two parts to a routine dental visit, which include a check-up with the dentist and an appointment with the hygienist.

How to care for your Invisalign 

By myfacedental, May 17 2022


Invisalign is by far our most popular form of orthodontics. They are considered invisible and are removeable, making them more appealing than traditional metal braces.

Whether you are currently using Invisalign or thinking of having Invisalign treatment, here are 7 helpful Invisalign tips:

Meet Imogen

By myfacedental, Apr 01 2022

Imogen, known as Immie to most is one of our qualified dental nurses and will have been with the practice for 5 years in August of this year. Immie started with us as a trainee 

£50 John Lewis/Waitrose Voucher


We have made some changes to our referral scheme, as the practice is expanding and we have more time available for appointments. If you refer a friend or relative who joins our dental plan from 1st April 2022 you will receive a £50 John Lewis voucher*

3 easy steps to receive your voucher

Step 1: Refer a friend or relative to the practice (they must sign up to our dental plan).

Step 2: Friend/relative will be asked to fill in voucher request form.

Step 3: Voucher is sent directly to the referrer in the post. 

What would you spend your £50.00 voucher on?

*terms and conditions apply. 

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Immie's Blog

By myfacedental, Jul 29 2019 01:24PM

During my time at school I had always wanted to become a Dental Nurse. As a child growing up I used to love going to the dentist and always wanted to have a career where I could help people.

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