Other Treatments

Cosmetic & General treatments for you!

Due to the wide range of qualifications and experience that our dentists have, we carry out a full range of cosmetic and general dental treatments. We cater for all eventualities and have the expertise to try and keep you with us through the whole experience. On consulting with our highly trained dentists a patient can receive advice and treatment on any of the following procedures;

General Dentistry


  • Oral tissue Examination - Oral Cancers, Lumps & Bumps
  • Periodontal Screening - Gum Disease
  • Teeth Examination - Oral Decay
  • Occlusal Examination - Joint / TMJ Dysfunction
  • Small Xray - Periapical / Bitewings
  • Large Xray - Extra Oral Panoramics

Orthodontic


  • Short Term Orthodontics
  • Invisible Braces
  • Cosmetically focused tooth alignment
  • 6 Month Braces
  • Lingual Braces
  • Orthodontics - Removable Appliances
  • Arch Expanders
  • Orthodontics for Children

Restorative


  • Fillings - White (composite)
  • Inlays - Porcelain / Composite / Gold
  • Onlays - Porcelain / Composite / Gold
  • Crowns - Porcelain / Composite / Gold
  • CEREC - Crowns in 1 hour (3D Milling Unit) Porcelain fused to metal / precious metal
  • Bridges - Porcelain / EMAX / Zirconia / Procera / Porcelain fused to metal
  • Veneers - Porcelain / EMAX / Zirconia / Procera / Porcelain
  • Lumineers
  • Endodontics - (Root Canal Treatments)
  • Incisor / Canine / Premolar / Molar Root Canal
  • Endodontics - (Root Canal Treatments)
  • Single Tooth - Whitening for discoloured central incisor
  • Replacing Missing Tooth
  • Implants - Nobel Biocare and Biohorizons
  • Denture - Acrylic / Cobalt Chrome / Titanium

Cosmetic Dentistry


  • Veneers
  • Crowns
  • Bridges
  • Implants
  • Composite Bonding
  • Smile Simulation
  • Laser Tooth Whitening
  • Home Tooth Whitening

Other


  • TMJ Splints
  • Mouthguards
  • Stop snoring splints (Mandibular Advancement Splint)

What are Dental Implants?

A dental implant is essentially like a tooth root but made out of titanium, one of the hardest metals, and is placed into the area where the tooth would be.

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Why should I replace missing teeth?

When you lose a tooth, you start a whole cycle, which will have a domino effect on the rest of your teeth.

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