Our philosophy is all about offering choices to you in a way that allows you to make informed decisions about your dental care and our dentists are happy to help you make the right choices when it comes to your teeth.
Our teams of carefully selected dentists and dental professionals have your personal wellbeing at the very heart of what they do.
By giving you time to discuss all the treatment options whilst using the available evidence to add weight to our suggestions, our dentists allow you to make informed choices about your oral health.
A dental crown is a cap that covers a damaged tooth to protect what remains of the tooth structure, providing you with a strong, long-lasting layer of protection between your tooth and your mouth.
Dental crowns are used to treat teeth that have lost a significant part of its structure, which can happen as a result of tooth decay or the failure of a large filling. In some cases, dental crowns can also be used on teeth that have been worn down to the extent of vulnerability.
Dental fillings are a common and widely used treatment in modern dentistry. One of the most exciting developments in dentistry is the introduction of tooth coloured fillings that can exactly match the appearance of an unfilled tooth to give unrivalled aesthetics.
You do not have to accept having amalgam placed in your teeth anymore. With the advent of dental composites, we now use a palette of subtle tooth shades to recreate the natural colour variations of your tooth so that it blends in perfectly with its neighbours and you can smile and laugh with confidence.
Root Canal Treatment
Root canal treatment falls into a field of dentistry called endodontics, which deals with the nerve, or sensitive inner portion of the tooth. Root canal treatment, and other related endodontic procedures, have helped millions of patients overcome poor tooth health and frequently reduce painful problems.
With root canal treatment, we removes the inflamed, infected or necrotic (dead) nerve from inside your tooth, giving the area a careful cleaning and then inserting a root filling material into the root where the nerve originally was. This prevents the tooth rot from being exposed, protecting your jaw from possible infection that can enter through the tooth.
Prosthodontics is an area of dental specialty that examines the optimisation of your dental health. Prosthodontics often operates through the use of advanced crown and bridge based techniques, going hand in hand with dental implants and other dental specialties such as periodontics - an area of dentistry that deals with the supporting tissues of the teeth: the gums and bone.
Periodontics is the area of dental specialty that concentrates on the supporting tissues of the teeth, known as periodontium. These tissues include your gums, the bone of your jaws surrounding the roots of your teeth and also the specialised ligaments that attach your teeth to this bone. Periodontics is important because these foundations of your teeth are an absolutely integral part of your overall oral health. Increasingly, evidence is mounting of possible links between disease of your periodontium and serious systemic illnesses such as heart disease.
Oral surgery as a dental speciality deals with various surgical procedures inside the oral cavity. Often oral surgical procedures are performed by our dentists. Having a tooth extracted is a good example of this.
There are a variety of circumstances where your general dentist will decide that a referral to a specialist oral surgeon is required. Examples include; an impacted third molar (wisdom tooth) surgical extraction, surgical removal of cysts or other growths from the jaws and bone augmentation prior to implant placement.
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