Dentist North Shields, Dentist Tynemouth, Dentist Whitley Bay, Dentist Newcastle upon Tyne





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Alma Dental Practice
proudly serving the North East for over 80 years…

Alma Dental is an independent family dental clinic based in North Shields. Our dentists provide high quality family dental care and free NHS dental care for children, within our friendly, accredited, modern well equipped dental surgery.

Are you unhappy with your smile?

Our dentists can advise and improve the appearance of your teeth with a Smile Makeover using the latest cosmetic dentistry techniques. Our range of Cosmetic Dental treatments include; Teeth Whitening, Veneers, Crowns, Dental Implants & Invisible Braces.

“A healthy smile for life”
Our dedicated staff promote dental health at all times and we always put our patients first. From the very youngest patient to the oldest, we strive to give every patient personal focused care and advice, to help maintain a healthy smile for life.

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Children Appoint the App. NHS Introduce the Archetype ‘Brush DJ’ to Encourage Brushing.

It was of great concern when the health institute National Dental Health Survey revealed the statistics that almost half of children aged 8 years have some sort of tooth erosion in the UK. Many reasons cause such a high rate of dental risk. It could be the result of children consuming levels of sugar and sweetener in their foods and fizzy drinks, uncontrollable second hand smoke (read our blog Double the Decay is Imminent…) or unfortunately through the family makeup.
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