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They will listen carefully to your concerns and let you know how our team
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Can I alleviate my fear of the dentist? YES!
Call 01291 622450 to find out more about how we can help you.

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Chepstow Dental Care offer a wide range of cosmetic
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Valentines Competition Winner!

February 20, 2017 by Fairlight Dental

Congratulations to Mel Hayden the lucky winner of our Valentines Competition. Mel won her partner a professional tooth whitening by writing in to tell us why she loves her partners smile.

‘I love my partner’s smile though he doesn’t smile much but when he does, it lights up his face, the room and my heart!’

Well done Mel and hope you all had a Happy Valentines!

Autumn Newsletter

October 17, 2016 by Fairlight Dental

Our latest newsletter is now available, with all the up to date news and information about the practice.

Click here to download the newsletter now!


April 29, 2016 by Fairlight Dental

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could solve all the problems of the NHS in a really easy way? This is so easy I am baffled as to why no one has suggested it before. I am not saying that we could cure all diseases and therefore get rid of the NHS, just saying that we could distribute the same money for far less disease.

Not rocket science this but my four suggestions are:

• As a nation we eat less and healthier
• We stop smoking
• We drink less
• We exercise more
In short we are talking prevention. If these measures were undertaken GP’s surgeries would be half empty, hospitals would have empty beds and the nation would be better off.
Here at Chepstow Dental Care there is probably not a lot that we can do about much of the above, although there possibly is, of which more later. We can however do something for Dental disease. To prevent dental disease there are another 4 parameters that should be adhered to
• Cut sugar out of our diet
• Brush and floss our teeth more efficiently
• Stop smoking
• See the Dentist and the Hygienist at least every 6 months

It is well known that those people who come more often to see the dentist/ Hygienist need far less treatment than those who for whatever reason decide to come sporadically or “when it hurts” This is one of the main reasons that we recommend our membership plans. The basic plan includes 2 visits to the Dentist and 2 visits to the hygienist per year. Coupled with 10% discount on treatment, free toothache appointments, global dental insurance and spreading the cost you can see why we think it is a no brainer. If you are one of our few patients who are not a member and would like to talk about it please let anyone of our magnificent team talk you through it.

Finally referring to the general health problems the nation suffers from it is now known that 91% of people with heart disease have periodontal/ gum disease. If that is not an incentive brush your teeth and see us more I am not sure what is!! We also now know that there are links between periodontal disease and diabetes, strokes and more is being discovered all the time

Smile it’s Root Canal Awareness Week!

April 1, 2016 by Fairlight Dental

Okay, unless you have never needed one, you might not be excited. Sometimes a tooth needs a root canal and you would never know it. But, if you have ever had severe dental pain alleviated by a root canal, you are ready to celebrate all week long.

A root canal is a dental treatment used to repair and save a tooth that may be infected or decayed. Your teeth are composed of many layers including an outer layer of enamel, a second layer called dentine and the inner layer called the pulp (often referred to as the nerve) In the pulp layer there are nerves that run through a canal and into the root tip.


A deep cavity or tooth fracture may cause a bacterial infection in the canal which can create a lot of pressure and discomfort. An x-ray of the tooth will allow for the dentist to see if there is an infection.

Is the treatment of a root canal really painful? Patients have reported the procedure is no more painful than having a filling done. Jon has even had some people nod off during root canal treatment! Generally, the entire procedure can be completed in just one visit. The dentist will simply clean out the infected canal and fill it with a biologically inert substance. The canal will be sealed and your tooth ready to go! The tooth may need crowned or at least filled after treatment.

To help prevent future infections, it’s important to maintain good oral health and regular dental visits to help identify and prevent any future issues.

Don’t wait any longer! If you think you may need a root canal or want to come in for a consultation, call our surgery today!

Really having a lot of pain? Call us today and we’d be happy to help you schedule an emergency visit.

Jonathan’s London to Paris cycle ride

March 14, 2016 by Fairlight Dental

My lovely wife is a Crohn’s sufferer. This is a horrible disease for which there is no cure.  If you don’t know what Crohn’s is let me just outline what Liz has to put up with. At least a dozen loo trips a day and not pleasant when there. Very restricted diet. Constant fatigue. Constant tummy ache. Living with the knowledge that she is far far more likely to contract bowel cancer than “normal” people. Living with the likelihood of a colostomy bag in the future. Planning every journey so as to know where the toilets are every mile. A list of drugs that would sink the Bismarck. Liz counts herself lucky… some people suffer worse problems.

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