Welcome to EH Dental Care

Your local NHS Dentist in Roseburn, Haymarket & Murrayfield

EH Dental Care is your local dental clinic offering the full range of NHS and private treatment. The whole practice is designed to be as convenient for you was possible offering:

  1. Early morning appointments from 8 AM.
  2. Saturday appointments.
  3. Late opening five days a week.
  4. Online registration for new patients.
  5. 24-hour day online appointment requests.
  6. Request an appointment facility via text message.

Coupled with our general and cosmetic dentistry options this makes us a forward thinking and progressive dental practice  in the Edinburgh area.

This page is designed to help you locate us and discover the options available to us if you decide to travel to us from Roseburn, Haymarket or Murrayfield.

How to find our NHS Dentist in Roseburn

Walking from Roseburn takes approximately 6 minutes and is a 2 minutes drive

How to find our dentist from Haymarket

If you live in Haymarket and choose to walk it will take approximately 12 minutes and driving takes about 3 minutes along West Coates Road, A8.

How to find our dentist from Murrayfield

Our dental clinic is a 7 min walk from Murrayfield or a 3-minute drive, depending on traffic.

 

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What treatments are offered?

We are pleased to offer a range of cosmetic and general dental treatments and services, these include help with:

  1. Staying dentally fit and healthy.
  2. Straightening crooked teeth.
  3. Whitening Dark teeth.
  4. Restoring broken down teeth.
  5. Replacing missing teeth.

Your dental health and fitness.

Our dentists and dental hygienists are here to work with you to help you maintain a healthy smile. The early detection of gum disease is one of the easiest ways to maintain a healthy smile and this is best done with regular dental appointments.

Straightening crooked teeth.

Teeth can be straightened in a few ways:

  • Dental bonding. This works well on single teeth which need a small amount of rotating to be in correct aligment. Some dental bonding material can be applied to the tooth to bring it out into line, this is done directly onto your tooth in the dentist’s chair.
  • Dental Veneers. These are high-strength dental ceramic laminates which are applied to the surface of your natural teeth. They provide a quick way of whitening, straightening and rebuilding your teeth.
  • Orthodontic braces. These are the most conservative option as nothing permanently attached to your teeth. Braces straighten crooked teeth over a period of months and are the most natural option.

Whitening Dark teeth.

Teeth whitening is offered using:

  • Tooth Bleaching. Custom made bleaching trays are made of your teeth, you are provided with a bleaching gel which you put into the tray and where for a few hours each day, the whole process takes about a week.
  • Dental Veneers. These are high-strength dental ceramic laminates which are applied to the surface of your natural teeth. They provide a quick way of whitening, straightening and rebuilding your teeth.

Restoring broken down teeth.

Restoring broken down teeth can be achieved with:

  • Dental fillings. This can either the amalgam (silver coloured) or white. White fillings can be made with either a high-strength dental ceramic or with a direct bonding material.
  • Dental veneers and/crowns. These are precision made by a dental technician to rebuild your teeth. Your dentist will need to remove any decayed tooth to allow space for the veneer crowns that fit on top.

Replacing missing teeth.

There are three ways to replace missing teeth:

  1. Dental bridges. These bridge the gap where the tooth has been lost and require the reduction of teeth either side to accept the new dental bridge.
  2. Dentures. These are a removable way to replace missing teeth and are usually made from high-strength acrylic materials.

Dental implants. These are the most modern way of replacing missing teeth and often looked the most natural. They don’t require reduction of adjacent teeth and are often the most conservative option