We know reconstructive dental work can be a daunting prospect. That’s why we take the time to explain things properly. If you understand your treatment, and why it’s necessary, you’ll feel more confident and relaxed.
And you’ll benefit from our skill and experience in painless dentistry that makes your treatment as stress free as possible.
We design unique treatment plans for each patient. Our dentists continually update their knowledge on the latest techniques to bring you the best possible results.
Whatever dental problems you’re experiencing, we can give you a beautiful smile and dentition.
…we’ll use our skill and experience in painless dentistry to make your treatment stress free.
If you need to replace a tooth or missing teeth, we may recommend using a bridge.
A bridge (or pontic) is a false tooth supported by the adjacent teeth either using crowns or direct bonding.
This is a long term fixture that can last for years. You may find it’s more convenient and discreet than a removable denture.
We can secure a bridge to healthy teeth or a dental implant. If there’s only a healthy tooth on one side of the gap, a cantilever bridge may be used. It is sometimes possible to use a bridge to replace more than one consecutive tooth.
We’ll discuss all the pros and cons of fitting a bridge before planning your treatment. This will help us decide if a bridge is the right option for you.
…more convenient and discreet than a removable denture.
Tooth Coloured Fillings
Tooth coloured fillings are a convenient way to restore a healthy looking smile. If your teeth have deteriorated through decay, we may recommend a tooth coloured filling for natural results.
The fillings are made from a tough resin combined with glass particles. The formula is designed to flow smoothly for easier application. Our dentists use all their expertise to mould fillings that blend in with the shape of your tooth.
We’ll give you a durable and discreet tooth repair for painless, strong and beautiful teeth.
…an easy way to restore a healthy looking smile.
Crowns can restore teeth back to good function and anatomy.
Extensive tooth damage can be caused by decay, trauma, or previous dental work. When tooth repair is too extensive for fillings only, we can consider placing crowns to protect and repair damaged teeth.
A crown covers part or the entire surface of the tooth above the gum line. This can help protect the remaining tooth structure from further damage. We use tooth-coloured composites, porcelain or ceramics, which we expertly shape and colour to blend in seamlessly with your other teeth. Sometimes we bond the ceramic to metal for strength. We’ll make sure it has a natural, healthy appearance.
…expertly shaped and coloured to blend in seamlessly with your other teeth.