- Melton Mowbray - 01664 568 811
- St Albans - 01727 845 706
- Milton Keynes - 01908 630 169
Next generation equipment, with superior services.
Our practices combine heritage, expertise and high-technology, to be a one-stop-shop for patients looking for certified specialists to look after their teeth and dental health.
Why choose us
Soyombo Dental Specialists has been providing the St Albans area with better, brighter and confident smiles. We have a team of highly experienced specialists in multiple disciplines, working alongside friendly and professionally trained supporting team. We collaborate with other medical and allied professionals to ensure superior management and outcome for our patients.see all services
What is a Specialist?
A specialist is a higher degree title given to those dentists who progressed their studies on a specific field, such as orthodontics, periodontics, endodontics, oral surgery etc.
The “Specialist” title can only be used if a dentist has been recognised by other members of the profession to have a higher degree of training and experience in that particular field of dentistry. With a vast amount of research carried out globally every year, along with many new technology innovations, dentistry covers a huge area.meet the teambook an appointment
Wide range of services under one roof
Some dentists offer only a few services, such as the popular veneers or dental implants procedures. Soyombo Dental Specialists St Albans can bring you a wide range of services with GDC (General Dental Council) certified specialists to transform your smile.see all servicesbook an appointment
Braces St Albans
Regardless of your age, getting your teeth straightened has never been easier. Today, patients of all ages are seeing the benefits of the latest advances in orthodontics
Removal of wisdom teeth, removal or exposure of impacted teeth, TMJ problems and sleep apnea are just few examples of treatments available with our specialists in oral surgery.
Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is a bacterial infection of the gums and tissues that support your teeth. It is caused most often by the build-up of plaque and tartar when teeth are not routinely brushed and flossed. Periodontal disease is a major cause of teeth/implant loss.
Sometimes despite out efforts to save out teeth, they are lost due to trauma or disease. When this happens, dental implants are the current standard of care and an excellent choice to restore a single tooth or multiple teeth
The root canal is the hollow channel within a tooth containing soft tissue, or pulp, made up of blood vessels and nerve tissue, which can become infected through decay or injury. This doesn’t always mean the tooth must be removed.
Afraid of visiting the dentist? Relax, you are in good hands. Our dentists are friendly, down to earth and non-judgemental. We are trained in treating patients who suffer from dental phobia.
Here at Soyombo Dental Specialists St Albans, with years of experience and our highly trained clinicians, we can help make a difference to your life using cosmetic dentistry to correct discoloured, damaged, missing, or crooked teeth, and transform your smile.
Even if you maintain good oral hygiene in your daily routine, regular in-office exams are essential for preventing disease and mitigating problems early on. During your oral exam, one of our professional dental hygienists will remove plaque and tartar that brushing and flossing at home just can't handle.
Orthodontics St Albans
Orthodontic treatment is for everyone, not just children and teens. Adults can also benefit from orthodontic treatment in many ways.
This advanced system uses a custom-made series of aligners created for you and only you. These aligner trays are made of smooth, comfortable and virtually invisible plastic that you wear over your teeth.
01664 568 811
20 Park Rd Melton Mowbray, LE13 1TT
Monday to Friday -
01727 845 706
96 Victoria St St Albans, AL1 3TG
Monday to Friday -
01908 630 169
259 Queensway, Bletchley Milton Keynes, MK2 2EH
Monday to Friday -
We accept new NHS patients only by referral from a dental practitioner