We offer a full range of NHS dental services, as well as many private options at modest prices. You can either explore the menu or click on one of the links below to find out more:
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Maintain your dental health with regular examinations with one of our dentists.
At your dental examination you can expect your dentist to ask about your medical history first. It is important to keep this up to date in our records so we can treat you safely and effectively. Always inform your dentist of any medical changes.
You will also be asked to sign an FP17 form that allows you to be seen as an NHS patient.
Your dentist will then carry out a thorough examination of your mouth, gums and teeth. This may include diagnostic tests or X-Rays as required. Always ask if you have any concerns or questions.
Cavities and broken teeth can be fixed with our range of different filling materials by a dentist or dental therapist. Fillings are usually placed after administration of a local anaesthetic.
Tooth coloured fillings are often available on request, usually on a private basis.
Root Canal Treatment
If a tooth has suffered deep decay (close to the nerve or root canal) or trauma the pulp/nerve becomes inflamed and can cause toothache. The pulp then dies and becomes infected with bacteria that can form an abscess. A dentist can carry out a root canal treatment, if appropriate, to try and save the tooth. This procedure can take a long time and numerous appointments.
Crowns & Veneers
These are made in an offsite laboratory and help to restore teeth that cannot be fixed with just a filling or if a tooth is very broken down. There are private options available.
Crowns can be constructed in different materials and this will be discussed with you at your appointment.
A crown may be offered to you on the NHS if a tooth can only be restored appropriately with one. Private options are available should you just wish to change the appearance of your tooth/teeth.
Crowns and veneers are only available after a thorough examination of your tooth which usually includes a pre-operative X-Ray. A dentist must assess that your dentition is clinically sound and your oral health is good prior to placing a crown.
Bite Raising Appliances
If you grind your teeth or have suffered jaw problems this easy to wear guard could help your symptoms.
A bridge is one of the options available to fill a gap after extraction. In some cases a bridge isn’t always appropriate. If this is the case other options will be discussed with you.
Dentures are a good way to fill gaps if there are missing teeth. There are both NHS and private options available.
If you are interested in an implant we now do them. You’ll need an initial consultation with your dentist, the cost of which goes towards the treatment if the implant is carried out.