Here at Smilecraft in Stevenage, our dental team comprises of eight members of staff, including two dentists, three hygienists and three dental nurse and reception staff who all share the same caring philosophy. We believe in preventing dental problems before they have a chance to arise.
We encourage regular dental check-ups and visits to our hygienists. This will help you maintain optimum oral health. We use only modern dental techniques and equipment to help you maintain your dental health and achieve aesthetically pleasing results.
Smilecraft is a private dental practice based in central Stevenage. The practice has been established for over 25 years and provides routine dental care as well as cosmetic dentistry. With our treatments, the health, comfort and happiness of our patients is our main priority.
We believe in treating patients the way we would want to be treated in a dental environment. We always treat our patients with kindness, respect and care – and not just when you are having your treatment, but at the practice as a whole. You will be welcomed with warmth as soon as you enter the surgery.
I need braces
Are you sick of your wonky, crooked, or misaligned teeth? Look no further for your braces in Stevenage. At Smilecraft, we use the Six Month Smiles procedure. This is an adult orthodontic treatment that can straighten your teeth in approximately six months!
For your braces in Stevenage Six Month Smiles could be the treatment for you. You will be offered a revolutionary combination of proven orthodontic techniques and modern tooth-coloured materials. They are nearly invisible clear braces, used to gently straighten and align teeth in an average time of just six months.
At Smilecraft, we know that as an adult it can be embarrassing to wear braces; however our adult braces in Stevenage are clear so no one need ever know you are undergoing any dental treatment.
Six Month Smiles involves straightening teeth without the need for the removal or extraction of teeth. The treatment includes the use of a retainer, which is permanently bonded to the inner surfaces of your teeth. This will prevent the teeth moving back into their old position after initial treatment is complete.