NHS & private dental care
Prevention of tooth decay and gum disease
Children's dental care
Custom fitted mouthguards for sport
NHS & PRIVATE DENTAL CARE
We provide the whole range of NHS dental care for the whole family. We offer comprehensive patient-centered private care for those patients who prefer to receive their general care on the NHS. Click here if you want to find out about NHS charges.
PREVENTION OF TOOTH DECAY AND GUM DISEASE
We are particularly concerned to work with you to help prevent problems in the first place. We will ask you details about your health and lifestyle which will help us to give you the best advice with regard to diet and fluoride and the best oral healthcare techniques for you. Our hygienists have the latest air-polishing equipment to help you gain a gleaming smile and leave your mouth feeling amazingly fresh.
CHILDREN'S DENTAL CARE
We take special care of children and aim to make their visit instructive and fun. We encourage children to attend with the rest of the family for routine care from the earliest age. We particularly encourage preventive care including fissure sealants to protect the surface of back teeth from decay.
All of our dentists have experience in cosmetic dentistry. In virtually all circumstances we can offer you tooth coloured options to restore your teeth if you prefer this to metal fillings and crowns. Your teeth can be remodeled to hide gaps or blemishes either with directly bonded tooth-coloured composite material or thin laboratory constructed porcelain veneers depending on circumstances.
In addition to metal alloy based crowns we can offer you various types of all-ceramic and composite material crowns which are specially bonded to your tooth. Without an opaque metal core they offer significant cosmetic advantages as they allow light transmission just like a natural tooth, and do not have the dark neck often seen with metal based crowns.
Depending upon circumstances missing teeth can be replaced by bridges supported on 'wings' bonded onto the back of adjacent teeth or on 'crowns' fitted to the adjacent teeth after preparation.
We can replace missing teeth with plastic or metal-based dentures. Partial dentures can have increased retention with clasps around remaining teeth and we can even make these out of injection formed tooth-coloured resin to make them inconspicuous.