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In-depth exam for new patients and patients not seen within 2 years.
Our normal recommendation is for 6 monthly check-ups, although this may increase or decrease based on your individual requirements.
Enable us to screen areas impossible to examine in any other way.
Popular for whitening teeth.
To treat decayed or worn teeth. Metal and tooth coloured ﬁllings are available. Our recommendations are based on the location and size of ﬁlling required, but the choice is entirely yours
Gum disease treatment or periodontal (perio) treatment.
If required, an in-depth gum exam may be recommended. Depending on what is found, we will provide options usually involving some deep cleaning underneath the gum line, and some advice on how to halt the progression of gum disease.
Our root canals are performed with the ‘gold standard’ techniques and equipment.
Sometimes called a cap, a crown ﬁts over the prepared tooth. It protects the tooth and has the effect of a band around the tooth, holding it together. It is usually recommended when a tooth has lost too much substance (to decay, for example) to hold in a ﬁlling, or has become structurally compromised. Can be made of metal (Gold) or be toothcoloured.
A popular preventative treatment usually undertaken after a check up, this disturbs the tough bacterial bioﬁlm that covers the tooth surface and removes tartar. This makes it harder for harmful plaque to stick to teeth, makes it easier for you to keep your teeth clean at home and gives you that lovely clean teeth feeling. It also removes any staining on the surface of the teeth, having a limited whitening effect.
Tooth-coloured slivers, adhered to the front of teeth to change the way they look.
Of course we prefer to keep a tooth if we can, but sometimes it’s preferable to have it removed. We provide this service on your request. N.B. For all treatments, specialist referral is offered where appropriate.
After Tooth Loss
Gaps, spaces and how we can restore them - Your choices: Fixed or Removable? This is mostly down to personal preference, both have upsides and downsides which depend on the individual case.
A bridge is a false tooth, or teeth, held in by attaching it ﬁrmly to one of your remaining healthy teeth. There are several ways we can do this depending on the status of your remaining teeth.
An implant is a titanium screw that is inserted into the jaw bone, allowing the dentist to use it like the natural root of a tooth. A crown (the part of the tooth seen in the mouth) can then be made onto the implant., or the implant may be used to hold in a denture.
Sometimes called a plate or a palate, a denture consists of a framework of acrylic or metal that is used to hold in false teeth. It can be used to restore a gap left by one or more teeth and can sometimes be designed so that teeth lost in the future can be added on.
Instead of a crown being made onto the implant, magnets and other ways of holding a denture in are made into the ﬁnished implant. A denture is then made that can attach to these implants, greatly improving denture stability and retention, especially for lower dentures. 2 implants are usually recommended for holding in a full lower denture, and 4 implants for an upper.