We aim to provide excellent dental care in an atmosphere that is relaxed and friendly.
Our Mission Statement
A family run dental practice providing patient centre care with good old fashioned customer service.
Combining the experience of 100 years our clinicians want to give you the confidence to face life's challenges with a smile.
From the moment you first enter our clinic to when you leave you will be treated with respect and care. After your consultation you will be provided with a written treatment plan and estimate and we will discuss your options with you.
Once your treatment commences your dentist will keep you informed of the progress of the treatment and will make sure you are 100% happy with the way the treatment is progressing
After you have completed your chosen course of treatment we will contact you to make sure you are ok and make sure you are 100% happy with the treatment you received.
At Clifton Moor Dental Practice we have the latest cutting edge technology, this allows us to provide you the very best treatment.
Dental Cone Beam CT scans (CBCT Scans) provide high resolution, 3D images of your teeth and bone structure. We mainly use it in Dental Implant Planning, Orthodontics and Maxillofacial surgery. It allows us an accurate analysis of bone structure and dental/tooth orientation: this helps with planning complex cases and allows a more predictable results. The accuracy of a CBCT scan is comparable to medical CT scans but uses a much lower radiation dose.
With digital impressions we use a small camera to take lots of very small pictures of your teeth and gums. This then creates a very accurate digital impression of your teeth. We then send this electronically to the laboratory who will use it to make your crown or bridge. No more impressions and no more mouths full of gooey stuff.
Radiographs allow us to diagnose and treat problems not yet visible to the naked eye including early tooth decay, gum disease, abscesses and abnormal growths. Now state of the art digital xrays have made the process more accurate and safer.
Digital xrays use a small sensor in your mouth to capture an xray image of your teeth. This is then available to the dentist on the computer screen within a couple of minutes. This means no waiting around while they are processed, a more accurate image and the lowest radiation dose possible.
Utilising the latest innovations in digital technology, including microscopes, digital scanning, computer aided design & manufacture as well as 3D printing, we can provide you with superior care, delivered with expert precision.
The use of digital devices and technologies results in an overall more predictable and accurate result, allowing better communication with laboratories and other professionals, diagnosis and treatment planning, patient education, dental treatment procedures and fabrication of dental restorations (crowns, bridges, dentures).
Plasma Rich Fibrin (PRF)
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a concentrate of platelet-rich plasma protein derived from whole blood, centrifuged to remove red blood cells. It has a greater concentration of growth factors than whole blood, and has been used to encourage accelerated healing. In addition it reduces the risk of infection and increases the success rate of implant surgery while also reducing pain. Please ask your Dentist for more information and visit
For over 150 years the syringe has seen little advancement in its technology, the Wand pain-free injections brings the administration of anaesthesia to the 21st century! Using its computer controlled flow rates it ensures that the anaesthesia is delivered below pain threshold.
The Wand makes for a more comfortable procedure for both you and your dentist. The modern look of this piece of equipment is much more assuring than an old fashioned syringe, whilst the dentist will look much more comfortable being able to grip the Wand handpiece much like a pen. You may not look forward to visiting the dentist, but knowing your dentist uses the wand makes your visit less anxious and a more comfortable experience for you.
When the dentist uses the wand he can choose to numb just one tooth, meaning there will be no numbness of the tongue, cheek or lip. This means that you can walk out after your appointment and get straight back into your routine, able to drink and smile.