Located in the heart of Cheltenham, our dental and implant clinic prides itself on being one of the country’s leading practices. We provide clinical excellence in orthodontic, implant, cosmetic and restorative dentistry. Our renowned services and dental expertise are utilised in our skilled approach to the individual needs of each and every patient.
Our team of highly attentive dentists are led by implant clinicians, James Critchley and Mike Heilbron, both of whom have undertaken extensive post graduate training and have years of experience in caring for patients.
Our warm and welcoming practice is designed around your comfort and our continued investment in dental technology means you will be in the best hands possible, no matter what the treatment.
Our Cheltenham clinic receives referrals from all over the country, and the wider Gloucestershire area including: Gloucester, Bishop’s Cleeve, Charlton Kings and Tewkesbury to name just a few. Pittville Lawn provides all aspects of general dentistry including: checkups, denture stabilisation and veneers to restorative procedures such as invisalign teeth straightening and teeth whitening.
Our array of reconstructive and cosmetic treatments range from dental implants, which can reconstruct and restore the full function of your teeth in just a day with the All-on-4 technique which replaces any number of missing teeth.
Your trip to our clinic need not be a nerve wracking experience as we can provide Pain-free dentistry, as well as sedation for nervous patients. Whatever oral health concerns you may have, we are fully equipped to give you outstanding dental service and procedures in a friendly environment.
Pittville Lawn Dental Practice in Cheltenham is proud to provide a wide range of dental health services to patients. From general dentistry to the most up-to-date restorative procedures, the team, led by Dr James Critchley, has the experience and expertise to cater to any patient’s needs and desires. Pittville Lawn Dental Practice is part of […]read more
Pregnancy causes a vast array of physiological changes in the human body. We know that your feet can swell up and you can get weird cravings, but it can also have a negative impact on your teeth. There are specific dental problems that sometimes occur during pregnancy, such as gingivitis and granulomas, which we’ve already […]read more
Approximately one percent of the population suffer from mental illnesses categorised as body dysmorphic disorder (BDD). This can manifest with an individual becoming obsessive about their body image and being unable to clearly see what others see regarding their appearance. Many diseases associated with BDD are well-known, such as anorexia or bulimia, but others less […]read more