Treatments & Services

Inlays and Onlays 

In some instances when a tooth needs a very large filling the dentist may recommend an inlay or an onlay. These are very strong fibre, reinforced porcelain filings, which are made in a dental laboratory. After the dentist has shaped and cleaned the tooth he will take a mould of the tooth with a special putty like material .This is given to our dental lab and it takes them a few days to manufacture the inlay so that it fits your tooth perfectly. 

While we are waiting for the finished product we place a temporary filling into the tooth . At the next appointment we will cement the inlay into your tooth. The inlay or onlay is able to hold the tooth together and prevent a possible fracture, which a normal filling could not. They last much longer than ordinary fillings and are exactly the same colour as your tooth.

Treatments

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.
Dentures
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Teeth Straightening
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