For You & The Family
General, Cosmetic, and Restorative Dentistry
FREE NHS Dental Care up to the age of 18 years
We are dedicated to ensuring that the whole family feels welcome at our practice, and that dental care is seen as a positive thing. This is why we go to great lengths to provide an environment within which children of all ages can feel comfortable and happy.
It is quite common for people, and especially those who are young, to experience a fear or worry about going to the dentist. We are keen to let you know that both children and adults need not feel apprehensive about coming to see us, and you can be sure that our friendly staff will do everything they can to put your mind at rest during your visit.
A bridge is used to fill the space left by a missing tooth orteeth, restoring your smile. Bridges can only be recommended as a suitable treatment option if your surrounding teeth are healthy and strong, this is a required in order to support the bridge. A bridge is usually made from a tooth coloured material known as porcelain.
Onlays and Inlays
WHAT ARE ONLAYS AND INLAYS?
An onlay is used to fill a large cavity in a tooth, they are usually made of porcelain and are stronger than any in surgery filling material. They are used to restore large cavities in teeth where direct filling material is not strong or aesthetic enough.
A crown (sometimes called a ‘cap’) covers and strengthens chipped, broken or weakened teeth.
We use them to support teeth which have been root filled or that have been heavily filled.
We only use the best dental materials available so that your crowns are of the best quality.
Supportive Gum Health Care
The mouth is the gateway to the rest of the body. With increasing research in the link between oral disease and systemic health, it’s time to put the head back on the body when thinking about overall wellness.
Our mission is to support you on your road to optimal oral health by encouraging bespoke oral hygiene techniques and supportive lifestyle interventions.
80% of the population suffer from periodontal disease which ranges from inflamed gums, to tooth loss. It is recognised as the most common chronic disease in the world, yet it is the least acknowledged.
Understanding the factors that drive inflammation and how your body responds to stressors will help you on your road to managing the disease.
Request an Appointment
Regular dental heath examinations are the key to a healthy mouth. To book a consultation call
0191 4876 716
Alternatively, please fill out the form and we will contact you to arrange.