Restorative Dentistry

Restorative Dentistry

Unlike silver (amalgam) fillings, white filling material sticks to teeth and can form edges, so it may be effectively used to repair front teeth that are chipped, broken, decayed or worn. It can also be used as a “veneer” to cover marks or discolouration that cleaning...
Dental Implants

Dental Implants

Dental implants are an advanced method of replacing a missing tooth or multiple teeth and will restore your ability to taste, eat, smile and laugh without discomfort or compromise.  The procedure involves placing an artificial tooth ‘root’ in the jaw bone, to which a...
Dentures

Dentures

Dentures replace a single tooth or multiple missing teeth and are ideal if you are considering a wholly removable solution for your missing teeth. They are long-lasting and can improve both your smile and your confidence, whilst at the same time restoring the natural...
Crowns

Crowns

Teeth that have been damaged, worn, or suffered major decay can be totally restored to their original beauty and functionality with a crown. Crowns, known also as ‘caps’, are ideal not only for enhancing the appearance of a damaged tooth, but for protecting the...
Bridge

Bridge

Bridges are a really effective and economical solution to missing teeth and play an important role in general dentistry, restoring confidence and mouth function after tooth loss. They work by permanently fixing artificial teeth to natural teeth. The bridge can either...
Bruxism / Teeth Grinding

Bruxism / Teeth Grinding

Bruxism is a condition in which you grind, gnash or clench your teeth. If you have bruxism, you may unconsciously clench your teeth together during the day, or clench or grind them at night (sleep bruxism). Sleep bruxism is considered a sleep-related movement...