For more advanced dental requirements you can feel safe in the hands of our team of highly qualified and caring dental surgeons, all of which are experienced performing dental implants, root canal treatments, tooth extracting, composite bonding and complex gum treatment.
Dental Implants Many patients choose dental implants as an alternative to conventional dentures as they are a realistic, strong and permanent way of replacing missing teeth, being a single tooth or a number of teeth. The implant is a small device, made out of titanium metal which acts like a tooth root. Your dentist will fix the implant to the jaw bone where it will fuse and remain in place. The implant then creates a strong, permanent support for the replacement tooth.
Composite Bonding Tooth-coloured resin is used to seamlessly close gaps, camouflage chips, hide discolouration, and it can even be applied to short teeth to make them appear longer. Cosmetic bonding is an affordable and non-invasive cosmetic procedure that can instantly improve appearance of a tooth, masking defects or abnormalities. We use tooth coloured resin to seamlessly close gaps, camouflage chips and discolouration and lengthen shorter teeth to even out a smile.
Endodontic Treatment (Root Fillings) Endodontic Treatment is a dental procedure used to treat infection at the centre of a tooth (the root canal system). The infection is caused by bacteria that live in the mouth and invade the tooth. This can happen after: tooth decay, leaky fillings, damage to teeth as a result of trauma such as a fall, which may become painful quite unexpectedly. Endodontic Treatments are carried out in surgery usually in 2 appointments.
Complex Gum Treatments Sometimes, periodontal surgery may be needed to treat certain gum diseases and conditions, such as gingivitis or periodontitis. This type of surgery is commonly known as gum surgery. The procedure aims to treat gum disease and any damage it may have caused. In some more complex dental cases this procedure is required before other dental treatments can go ahead, such as dental implants and the fitting of dentures or bridges.