From oral health examinations to root canal treatment, this section tells you everything you need to know about some of the common procedures you may experience on your trip to the dentist.
If you have a tooth that is getting darker in colour or you’re suffering from toothache, perhaps caused by an abscess, you may need root canal treatment. Regular visits to a dental hygienist for thorough and professional cleaning is important for maintaining the appearance and well-being of your teeth, improving not just the condition of your teeth and gums, but also your self confidence. The idea that you have to choose between strength and appearance is now a thing of the past because with modern white fillings you can have function and aesthetics in one.
A badly broken or heavily filled tooth can become weak and can ruin the appearance of your smile. A simple crown will work wonders for both the strength and appearance of your teeth. Bridges are a series of crowns joined together to cover or close a space left by the loss of a tooth. Whether you have lost some of your teeth or all of them, you can immediately change the appearance of your smile for the better, as well as regain the ability to bite and chew properly, by getting fitted for dentures.
Around five thousand people in the UK are diagnosed each year with oral cancer but as with all cancers, early detection means early treatment. That’s another reason why regular dental checks are so important.
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A:We are proud to have practices at 76 locations throughout the UK so there is a high likelihood that we have a practice local to your home or workplace. To find your nearest JHA practice, please enter your postcode or town on the find your local practice tab located on the homepage.
A:Registering with a JHA practice couldn’t be easier. Once you have found your nearest practice via our find your local practice tab you just contact the practice either via the practice websites contact us form or by phone. Our friendly staff will then take you through the registration process step-by-step and answer any queries you may have.
A:JHA have a combination of private practices and NHS practices to meet their customers needs all of which are regularly taking on new patients. The practices offering NHS treatment are listed below.
Castle View Dental Practice – Caerphilly
St David’s Court Dental Care – Canton
Castle Hill Orthodontics – Carmarthen
Ebbw Vale Dental Care
Gaer Dental Surgery – Newport
St David’s Dental Care – Pentwyn
Tredegar Dental Care
A:At James Hull Associates we offer a range of different treatments and services to suit your needs from general dentistry to implants or orthodontic treatment. To find out more about any of treatments please select the treatments and services tab at the top of the page.
A:Many of the JHA practices offer payment plans and 0% interest finance options. To find out if your local practice can help you to spread payments please enter your postcode into the find your local practice tab to locate their webpage and contact them using either their “contact us” page or by phone.
A:Although the practices are part of the JHA group they are run as independent dental clinics and are not tied into any pricing agreement. We recommend that you contact your local JHA practice for full information and costs.
A:JHA have a number of practices that do offer facial aesthetics. To find out which of our practices offer this service please type in facial aesthetics in the “search our site” at the top of the page.
A:You can book, cancel or reschedule an appointment with your JHA practice either by telephone or by using our online contact form. To access either of these please search for your practice in the find your local practice tab.
A:At JHA we accept referrals at a number of our practices for many different treatment types including implants, restorative dentistry, endodontics, periodontics and many more. To refer your patient to us and find out further information about our dentists and practices please select the “refer a patient” tab at the top of the relevant practices page or select the “refer a patient” option in the dropdown box on the “contact us” form. Alternatively you can visit our professional website www.jameshullfordentists.co.uk.
A:We welcome all enquiries about positions within JHA and are always on the lookout for hardworking, professional staff members who can bring something special to our practices. To find out more about working with the JHA group select the careers tab in the horizontal navigation bar at the top of the page.