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Imagine everything you need in one place to get that perfect smile

At The Mount Dental Practice, that’s exactly what you get.

We offer an unparalleled range of general, cosmetic and specialist dental treatments at each of our four locations in Wakefield, Ryhill, Hemsworth and Ackworth. We also have NHS services and flexible payment plans.

Had a tooth extracted under sedation this morning. I was extremely anxious beforehand. Each and every member of the team was lovely, putting me at ease and being kind and understanding. A special mention to the anaesthetist who went the extra mile to put me at ease. The dentist did a great job...quick and painless. An all round positive experience. I would not hesitate to recommend this service. Thanks again  👍

joanne monev
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Affordable, speciality dental treatments for the whole family

  • Your complete dental solution

    We offer everything you need under one roof. Each of our practice locations has the technology, expertise and treatment options you need to address all of your dental health concerns. There’s no need to go anywhere else.

  • Specialist care

    Let a specialist provide your dental care. Our team at The Mount includes several specialist dentists. In addition to aesthetic smile treatments and basic dentistry, our practice is also a resource for advanced specialty services including implants and oral surgery.

  • convenient location

    We welcome patients from all over West Yorkshire. Our four practice locations are easily accessible from Pontefract, Doncaster and the surrounding areas. Each location has ground floor-accessible surgeries, and all feature on-site parking or a nearby public car park.

  • flexible financing

    Denplan budget plans and interest-free financing make it easy for you to afford your care.

  • Remote treatment monitoring

    For your convenience, we can remotely check on your orthodontic treatment. Save time and spare yourself a trip to the practice by sending us photos of your smile so that we can evaluate the progress of your tooth movement.

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Speciality dental care at every practice location

Because our team includes dental specialists, you can have complex treatments done at the same place where you get routine dental care.

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The care you need at affordable costs

We make our dental treatments accessible to all by offering a comprehensive range of private and NHS treatments and flexible financing options.

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Considering I hate having any dental work done I couldn't recommend them enough. From receptionist to dentists all have been brilliant thanks 5 star all round without a doubt.

john cunningham

Quick answers to your dental treatment questions

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  • Do braces hurt?

    No, orthodontic treatment is non-invasive and moves your teeth gradually. You may experience some discomfort as your teeth initially adjust to their new positions, but this is temporary and we will explain what you can do to stay comfortable throughout your treatment.

  • Am I a candidate for Invisalign®?

    Invisalign® works well for many individuals, but to find out if it is the right treatment option for you, schedule an orthodontic consultation at our practice.

  • How long will it take to straighten my teeth?

    It may take anywhere from a few months to two years to straighten your teeth. The exact time depends on the complexity of your case. Book a consultation with our orthodontic dentist to get a bespoke estimate of your treatment time.

  • what are my alternatives to orthodontic treatment?

    If adjusting your tooth alignment is vital to the health of your mouth, then orthodontic treatment is likely your only option. If your tooth alignment issue is a cosmetic concern, then masking the flaw with dental veneers may be a suitable alternative. Visit our dentist to find out which treatment is best for you.

  • What is a dental implant?

    A dental implant is a tiny metal screw that fits into the place where a tooth used to be. One or more implants can replace teeth by supporting a dental bridge, a crown, or even a denture.

  • Does it hurt to get dental implants?

    No, you will not feel any discomfort while getting dental implants. The implant site will be numbed with local anaesthetic. We can even provide you with some light dental sedation to ensure that you have the most relaxed treatment experience possible.

  • Are dental implants expensive?

    Dental implants represent a very cost-effective investment in your dental health because they have the potential to last a lifetime. You may end up saving more money by getting a dental implant one time rather than getting a new crown or denture every five to ten years for the rest of your life

  • Do I qualify to get a dental implant?

    You can enjoy all of your favourite foods when you have dental implants! They will not slide or shift out of place when you eat, and they are strong enough to handle crunchy and chewy foods.

  • Why are my teeth so sensitive?

    There are many causes of dental sensitivity. For example, your teeth may be sensitive because of decay, a fracture, enamel loss, gum recession or trauma. Let a dentist examine your teeth to determine the cause and recommend the best method for getting relief.

  • How do I fix a cracked tooth?

    Do not attempt to repair a damaged tooth on your own. DIY dentistry can make the problem worse. Depending on the location and size of the crack in your tooth, you will probably need either a filling or a dental crown. Schedule an appointment with a dentist to find out which restoration is suitable for your tooth

  • How often should I get my teeth cleaned?

    Most people need a professional dental cleaning twice per year. If you have unique dental hygiene needs, then you may need to have a cleaning three or even four times per year. For example, most people who have gum treatment need more frequent hygiene appointments.

  • Why do my gums bleed when I brush my teeth?

    Bleeding is almost always a sign of inflammation in your gums. Healthy gums should not bleed when you use a toothbrush. If your gums bleed when you brush, then you may have gingivitis or a more serious form of gum disease. You should seek professional dental treatment as soon as possible.

Other dental treatments at The Mount

Whatever your dental treatment needs may be, you can count on us to help. Our treatments include basic fillings, specialist oral surgery and everything in between.

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