Repairing Teeth

Root Canal Treatment

Endodontics is more commonly known as root canal treatment. It is necessary when the blood and nerve supply (pulp) of the tooth is infected through decay or injury. This can lead to the common “dental abscess” and severe dental pain and facial infections. Endodontic therapy removes this dead or dying tissue thereby sterilising this area […]

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Inlays/Onlays

Porcelain inlays and onlays can be used to restore teeth that require large fillings. They provide excellent cosmetic results, along with increased strength and durability. The inlay and onlay are bonded onto the tooth in order to prevent further deterioration requiring root canal treatment. Inlays and onlays are an alternative restorative treatment to dental crowns […]

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Crowns

A crown is a custom made covering for a heavily filled or broken tooth. There is a limit to how much damage a tooth can withstand before needing the extra strength, support and protection in the form of a custom fabricated crown. Crowns can be made from a number of materials and we are happy […]

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Tooth Coloured Fillings

Camouflaging fillings using modern materials. We are often asked advice on “white” fillings. They are probably the most common cosmetic treatment. The traditional mercury – containing metal fillings are not popular nowadays although they are all that NHS dentistry provides for back teeth. Some people have health concerns about dental amalgam, which are not generally […]

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