Crowns & Bridges
Both crowns and most bridges are fixed prosthetic devices. Unlike removable devices such as dentures, which you can take out and clean daily, crowns and bridges are cemented onto existing teeth or implants, and can only be removed by a dentist.
If the nerve in your tooth has died or is dying and an infection is beginning to form, you have two options left: root canal treatment or to have the tooth extracted. This procedure is completed using a local anaesthetic, which we use as well as a numbing gel on the gum beforehand.
We provide a range of whitening options for our patients including at home whitening tray as well as in-chair whitening procedures.
To help keep your teeth and mouth healthy, we offer many different preventative treatment including 6 monthly check-ups, fissure sealants and fluoride treatments.
Fillings are the most common type of ‘restorative treatment’. There are various types of filling materials that we use including Composite resin “white fillings” & Glass Ionomer Cement.
Although the nerve in your tooth is dead or dying, the tooth is not and it is because of this that we can clean out the small space in the centre of the tooth occupied by the nerve, disinfect it and seal it with a crown.
A veneer is a thin shell of material that is placed over your natural tooth to correct the size, colour, shape or appearance in some way. These are often for anterior teeth or front teeth because they greatly improve the appearance of your smile.
Complete & Partial Dentures
A low cost way of replacing a missing tooth or teeth. They are sometimes used as a temporary measure while patients are waiting for an implant or for financial reason.
Braces are considered traditional orthodontics and are an excellent option for correcting a misaligned bite, straightening teeth, and enhancing your smile.