We are delighted to announce we are now offering the full range of orthodontic options to our patients. Many adults who attend our practice for the first time are unhappy with the appearance of their teeth. Orthodontics could be the answer for many patients rather than opting for crowns or veneers. Furthermore, we can correct even small discrepancies that may have occurred due to relapse of previous orthodontic work.
We can offer conventional braces with white brackets or patients can opt for the INVISALIGN clear brace system. INVISALIGN works by using a series of bespoke clear aligners that place subtle pressures on your teeth to bring them into the desired alignment. This is done by making use of the latest 3D computer imaging technology.
Treatment will be provided by a specialist Orthodontist on the GDC specialist list.
I can’t thank Andrew Beattie, Philip Church and the rest of the staff of this practice enough as I have been very afraid of the dentist for as long as I can remember.
It was the chance of having the sedation that first attracted me to the practice because of the way I feel about having treatment done, but once I got there the staff were so friendly and Mr Beattie explained everything he was doing and made me feel at ease, don’t get me wrong I was still a bit nervous but got through it and I’m very happy with the end result.
At Millersneuk Dental Practice we provide restorative dental treatments to improve our patients’ teeth, oral health and confidence. Treatments available include dental crowns and bridges, replacing amalgam fillings and cosmetic dentures.
On our Cosmetic Dentistry Results page we showcase the excellent results achieved by our dentists for patients, with before and after photos showing the visible improvements made.
Contact us today or drop in to our Lenzie dental practice and book your dentist appointment at Millersneuk to discuss how we can help improve your smile with cosmetic dental treatment.
I always had a terrible time going to dentists so much pain , now going to Millersneuk dentist and was made feel totally relaxed . First time ever a totally pain free dentist , what a team so glad I found you. Thanks a million , will definitely be back. Yippie at last a first class dentist.
We are privileged to announce we will be showcasing the work of artist Pat Kramek in our new practice. We have a number of beautiful pieces that will we are sure you will love.
Pat Kramek trained at Duncan of Jordanstone School of Art, where she gained a DA in printed textiles. She was a designer for various textile companies. Pat also worked in education teaching art and computing. She now lives and works in Ayrshire as a professional artist. She is a member of the PAI, Primera and the SSA.
Pat has had various one man shows and has also participated in many mixed exhibitions, abroad and in the UK. Her paintings are in many private collections throughout the world. She mainly paints in oils and her art is all about light, colour and texture. Her work is strongly influenced by her trips to Europe and Scottish seascapes and landscapes.
We are delighted to announce that Andrew Meek and his staff have joined the team at Millersneuk Dental Practice.
Andrew has many years experience serving the local community from his practice in Lenzie and will continue to do so in our new premises which are just around the corner from the old practice.
He is joined by Heather and Victoria who will be familiar faces to Andrew’s patients.
We hope that by having the two dental practices in Lenzie under one roof we will be able to offer our patients a greater variety of options when it comes to their dental care. We have extended opening hours including Saturday mornings, 8am starts on Wednesdays and Fridays as well as 7pm finish on a Monday.
Please call in or phone today to make an appointment.
We will be moving location to the Queens buildings in Lenzie, opening on Tuesday 25th February at 9am.
The new address is 112 Kirkintilloch Road, G46 4LQ. (Formerly Mama Davinci’s restaurant and Barrets newsagent. Next door to Memory Lane Florist, Andrew King Opticians and Billingtons Deli).
The new practice brings state of the art brand new equipment, 2 additional surgeries and some new faces. We will be welcoming one additional dentist and nursing staff. This will mean more flexibility in appointment times with our continued commitment to early morning, late finishes and Saturday morning opening.
We would love you to pop in and have a look any time and make an appointment. We look forward to welcoming you into our new practice.
We are delighted to announce we will be moving to new premises in Spring 2014.
It will still be the same old faces but in a new state of the art practice!
The practice will be much bigger and more comfortable for our patients. The waiting area will be spacious and bright with plenty space for prams, buggies and wheelchairs. The surgeries will be furnished with the very latest equipment and technology allowing us to provide you with highest standard of care.
The new premises will be 112 Kirkintilloch road in the heart of the main row of shops in Lenzie. We will be in the old ‘Mama Da vincis’ premises next door to ‘Billingtons’ award winning deli.
Access to the practice should be easy with a private car park for patients at the rear and we will now be even closer to the train station.
If you have any suggestions or questions about the new place get in contact by email we would love to hear your views:
Dental sedation allows nervous patients to come to the dentist and have treatment carried out even if they are anxious about it.
This can be done for anything from a scale and polish to root canal treatment or an extraction.
We offer two types of sedation: IV sedation and inhalation sedation. IV sedation involves the administering of an anti-anxiety drug into the blood stream. Inhalation sedation involves the inhalation of Nitrous Oxide ‘laughing gas’ to make the patient more comfortable and relaxed during treatment.
In the past week we have treated a patient who had not been to the dentist for years as he was ‘terrfied’. We used IV sedation in his case. After two visits for treatment he is ‘delighted’ with his teeth and ‘wishes he had done it years ago’. His inital problem was that he was scared of needles. This is very common in dental phobics. With a bit of discussion and the use of I.V. sedation he was happy to have local anaesthetic for all his fillings without any problems.
IV sedation makes the patient feel slightly light headed and sleepy. (You are not asleep and will be able to respond to the dentist if asked a question). One of the benefits of this type fo sedation is that patients do not tend to remember much of the visit. From experience they remeber being sedated and then home time. All patients who undergo IV sedation require a chaperone as they can not drive or be responsible after having it done.