Dental Treatments

In this day and age, a healthy mouth is a vital component of a positive lifestyle.

Often we leave things too late and teeth are lost. If regular dental checkups are made, tooth loss can be prevented as your dentist may often notice things that you are not aware of. Even patients without teeth require regular check ups to maintain the health of their gums. If a diagnosis is made, a wide variety of treatment options will be available for your.

Please find more information about some of the treatments we offer below.


A bridge replaces missing teeth with artificial teeth. As you may have guessed from the name, it literally bridges the gap where one or more teeth may have been. They can be made from gold, alloys, porcelain or a combination of these materials. A bridge is bonded onto surrounding teeth for support. Bridges have become very popular over the years, with many people opting for these in place of a small denture. Read More >>

Children’s Dentistry

At Govan Dental Care we are always here to help you look after your child’s teeth. Teeth form very early; infact even some adult teeth calcify before the baby is born. Soon after birth, it is vital that oral hygiene is at a high standard as this will help give your child healthy teeth for life. Read More >>


Here at Govan Dental Care we offer the Childsmile Programme for children aged from birth to 6 years old. Many parents/guardians may already have some knowledge of what the Childsmile programme offers, the aims and objectives of what we hope to achieve but for those who haven’t here is a brief outline of what to expect when visiting the practice. Read More >>

Dental Implants

A dental implant is a metal titanium insert that is used to replace a missing tooth and or teeth. The insert can be used to retain a crown, bridge or even a denture. This is a great way of replacing missing teeth as implants are a much more reliable and permanent option and effectively aim to replace the ‘roots’ in your jaw. Read More >>

Dental Sedation

Patients can often be very nervous at the thought of visiting the dentist.  Whereas as most fears can be overcome by our caring dentists, many require much more to address what may be even be a phobia.  This is where Dental Sedation helps. Read More >>

Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry covers everything from changing the shape, colour, position and appearance of teeth. This ranges from using many techniques and treatments such as veneers, bridges, crowns, white fillings, tooth whitening and orthodontics. Read More >>


The main function of a denture is to replace lost or missing teeth.  Dentures can overcome confidence issues in your smile and let you carry on with a healthy diet. There are 3 different types of dentures, partial, full and immediate. Read More >>

Endodontic / Root Canal Treatment (RCT)

Endodontics (Root canal treatment) is a procedure needed when the nerve supply of the tooth has become infected due to decay or trauma to the tooth. RCT removes infected material, saving the tooth and replacing with a crown or filling. Read More >>

Dental Veneers

Dental Veneers are thin ‘facings’ of porcelain or composite material used to cover the front aspect of your teeth. Dental veneers are very effectively used mainly to correct cosmetic concerns such as chips, gaps, discoloured and broken teeth.  Read More >>

Air Polishing

Air Polishing is a quick treatment of only 10 minutes and is completely pain free with immediately noticeable results. It is great for if you have stained teeth from consuming excessive amounts of tea, coffee, wine, tobacco or other food and drink which cause discolouration to the teeth. Read More >>

Gum Disease

Gum disease is very common and affects much of the population. Although a variety of diagnoses can be categorised under ‘gum disease’ the most common types are Gingivitis (Bleeding Gums with no ‘gum’ loss) and Periodontitis (Bleeding Gums with ‘gum’ loss). Read More >>

Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic/private treatments in dentistry. Tooth Whitening is a procedure that reverses yellowing and discolouration. Current whitening techniques are very straightforward and highly effective. Read More >>

Tooth Coloured White Crowns

A crown (often known as a ‘cap’ to patients) is a tooth shaped restoration that is placed over a prepared tooth. It is mainly used to restore a natural tooth’s shape, size and also to improve the appearance of your smile. There are different types of tooth-coloured crowns available, some even included under NHS treatment. Read More >>

Tooth Coloured White Fillings

Today more and more patients ask us about ‘white’ fillings. These, also known as ‘composite’ fillings, are made from tooth-coloured materials that restore the natural appearance of a decayed tooth or are used to replace old amalgam ‘silver-coloured’ fillings. Read More >>

Sports Mouth Guards

A mouth guard is a custom-made device that will fit only around your mouth. Mouth guards are not readily available under the NHS and are therefore offered as a private treatment but this is a very small price to pay when you take into consideration how much damage could be done when involved in contact sports. Read More >>


What makes us different


Free check-ups available from the NHS for all patients in Scotland.

Late Nights

Can’t make it during office hours? Late nights available.


Our practice is perfect for children and welcomes nervous patients.


We are open from from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm every Saturday.

For any enquiries or to book an appointment then please contact us:

0141 445 1829
Opening Hours

Monday — 9.00 AM - 5.00 PM
Tuesday — 9.00 AM - 5.00 PM
Wednesday — 9.00 AM - 5.00 PM
Thursday — 9.00 AM - 5.00 PM
Friday — 9.00 AM - 5.00 PM