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White fillings

White (composite) fillings offer a natural looking way to support the remaining structure of a decayed tooth and prevent further breakage or discomfort. They can also be used to replace unsightly amalgam fillings.

Their chief advantage is the way they blend so well with your natural teeth and though once considered a less hardwearing option than metal fillings, they are now made of durable materials so can offer a long lasting solution.

The treatment process


Crowns are smart little covers that mimic natural teeth and mask unsightly issues such as:

Crowns can be made from a variety of materials including porcelain bonded to precious metal, porcelain on its own, ceramic, glass or gold alloy.

The treatment process

Inlays and onlays

Unlike crowns, inlays and onlays don’t cover the whole tooth but are used to restore areas of more extensive decay that cannot be treated effectively with a normal filling, usually at the back of the mouth. They are made from hard wearing materials like porcelain, gold or composite resin.

An inlay is created outside the mouth from an impression taken of the tooth and then cemented within the cavity. An onlay covers more of the tooth and extends over the top edges.

The treatment process


A veneer is a thin shell that fits over the front of a tooth to sort out poor alignment, chips or discolouration. They are a great way to transform teeth as very little preparation is needed before the porcelain veneer is affixed using a super strong adhesive.

The treatment process

Root Canal (Endodontics)

Root canal therapy is used to treat teeth with damaged pulp to help avoid extractions and prevent further pain. It features the careful removal of affected tissue, followed by protection of the tooth so it remains intact and functional.

Pulp extends from the crown to the tips of the root and is filled with living tissue, cells and nerves. It can be damaged by decay, a deep filling or trauma to the tooth and symptoms can include pain, increased sensitivity, discolouration and gum tenderness.

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