Treatments & Services

Clinical Crown Lengthening

This is periodontal (gum) surgery that is essential prior to some restorative work being carried out. Re-contouring of the gum is done to ensure that the new restorations can be constructed to the highest possible standard, and most importantly so that they can be maintained to provide you with health and comfort for the longest possible time. Restorations constructed under these conditions last for many years longer than those which aren't.

You will have a couple of small sutures that will stay in place for about 5 days. The area concerned will be sore afterwards for a varying number of days. Cleaning is of the utmost priority and although it will be uncomfortable to brush, it is essential that you do so. If bleeding occurs (and it is not unusual) do not worry. This will help with the healing process and not interfere with the sutures. Warm salt rinses after the first day will also be beneficial.

We will see you approximately 4-6 weeks later to ensure all is well and you are ready to proceed with the next step of your treatment.


White fillings
These are resin / composite bonded fillings, which
can be perfectly matched to the colour of the tooth
Metal fillings
These are fillings made of a metal alloy, which are mixed
with a small quantity of mercury.
Dental Crowns
When part of the tooth has broken off, or if there is an
remely large old filling, a crown (cap) will be needed to strengthen the tooth.
Root Canal Treatment
This involves removal of an infected or dead nerve from
the root canal of a tooth in order to treat a dental abscess
Tooth Whitening
This is another method of tooth whitening where the dentist
will take impressions of both your upper and lower teeth.
Porcelain Veneers
This is a porcelain cover, which is stuck onto the front surface of the tooth.
Porcelain Veneers
This is a porcelain cover, which is stuck onto the front surface of the tooth.
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Teeth Straightening
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