A regular schedule of both dentist and dental hygiene appointments complemented by a commitment to a good and daily oral hygiene regime at home is your best defence against the onset of both tooth decay, potential tooth loss, and gum disease.
Should you need a dental treatment designed to save your teeth where possible, rest assured that we have a selection of options available for you to consider, as deemed appropriate and as recommended by your dentist. If you are experiencing severe toothache caused by inflammation or damage to the roots of your teeth, then you may need virtually pain-free root canal treatment. Similarly, if you find when you are caring for your teeth every morning and evening that you may have developed swollen or bleeding gums then a periodontitis treatment may be necessary. To address smaller tooth cavities, we can offer fillings and for larger ones inlays or partial crowns are an effective treatment to consider. If multiple, larger tooth cavities are present, rest assured that dental crowns are a well-established procedure available to you from our experienced dental specialist team.
You may need to consider a filling if you have experienced significant tooth decay causing both toothache and the creation of small dental cavities impacting on the quality of your oral health. To avoid the need for potential root canal treatment, tooth decay is best treated promptly to save the nerve and resolve both the pain and the inflammation. We use composite fillings for small cavities which enable us to save as much of the healthy tooth substance as we can.
Professional teeth cleaning is a service exclusively undertaken by our dental hygiene team. By meticulous cleansing of the mouth of plaque in even the hardest to reach areas with Air Flow technology; polishing to remove tooth discolouration, where possible, and smoothing the teeth at the close of the procedure to offer an aesthetically pleasing and comfortable surface, your teeth and our dental hygienists expertise have the chance to truly shine.
Our dental crowns, crafted by our master dental technicians within our own dental laboratory offer a perfect match to the colour, texture, shape and form of your own natural teeth. If you have cracked or extensively damaged teeth then rest assured that the dental crowns, we can offer can indeed provide the restoration to your smile that you are looking for.
If you need a wisdom tooth extraction, a cyst removed, bone surgery or find that you need to receive a complex oral rehabilitation programme of treatments and procedures, then we can help. Our operating theatre is staffed by our highly qualified, skilled and experienced dentists and surgeons who work with our sedationist team and our dental nurses to deliver the highest standards in clinical hygiene, surgical care and recovery protocols.
If you are facing larger dental cavities or experiencing significant tooth decay, inlays and partial crowns may be a suitable dental treatment for your consideration, designed to replace the lost tooth substance which can no longer be saved. We choose to use all-ceramic inlays and partial crowns/onlays due to their high levels of biocompatibility and colour adjustability material properties generating perfect aesthetic results.
With most of our dental patients needing just one visit to the dentist for this treatment, we conduct our restoration process for this condition using fine handcraft working in tandem enhanced by the use of state-of-the-art 3D X-ray technology and the powerful magnification of our in-house optical systems so we can act with guided precision at every step of the technique.
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