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Professional Treatments That Will Get You Smiling Again


Fillings today don’t just have to be functional; they can be aesthetic too, and many patients may prefer to not see silver fillings when they smile and laugh.

Previously, white fillings were considered to be less durable than silver ones, but with modern materials and techniques, this is often a thing of the past. Arrange an appointment to find out how such fillings could enhance your smile


Crowns (often referred to as caps) are laboratory made restorations that can be used to reinforce a weakened tooth, or enhance its’ appearance.

The tooth will be correctly shaped to receive a crown, and a temporary crown will be provided whilst the permanent one is being made. If you choose a cosmetic crown, we will help you choose the most appropriate colour to make the crown as natural looking as possible.

There are many different types of crowns that are available and suited to different situations. Make an appointment today to speak to one of our dentists to find out what will be best for you.


Tooth whitening is the most simple and effective way to give your smile a lift. Be it for a special occasion, or just a treat for yourself, come and speak to one off our dentists today to find out how tooth whitening could help improve your smile.

What to expect?

Once your dentist has confirmed that tooth whitening is an appropriate treatment for you, impressions will be taken of your teeth. This will allow special trays to be made that will fit your teeth precisely, helping to ensure optimal whitening results. You will then return to your dentist to have the trays fitted, and you will be provided with whitening gel and through instructions to allow to complete the treatment in the comfort of your own home. You will see results in 2-4 weeks.

Frequently asked questions:

  • Will my teeth feel sensitive if I whiten them?

Sensitivity is often heard of when talking about tooth whitening. Our dentists will recommend tooth pastes and a daily regime that will minimise any discomfort that may occur from sensitivity as a result of tooth whitening. Any sensitivity experience is almost always only temporary.

  • How white will my teeth become?

As white as you like! In most cases, the longer you whiten for, the whiter the teeth will become. As the process has a gently approach, you can stop using it once you are happy with the results. Enlighten Whiten is the only whitening system that guarantees a B1 shade (the whitest possible) at the end of treatment.

  • How long will the results last?

The colour of teeth can be affected by many things such as your diet or smoking status. Keep your trays safe, and so long as your teeth are healthy, we can provide you with more whitening gel to help you keep your teeth looking their best.


We can help you by providing immediate relief to pain and trauma, and help quickly treat serious infections. We always have emergency slots available, so it is best to call as early as possible to ensure you can be seen as quickly as possible. If you are unsure as to whether you need urgent treatment or not, it would be best to call the practice and speak to a member of our team as early presentation can often help to avoid further complicated treatment later on.


Dentures are a useful way of replacing multiple teeth, particularly if you are not suitable for implants or bridges.

Dentures today can be natural looking, and really help to enhance your smile. There are several types of dentures available, including acrylic and metal based. One of our dentists will be happy to guide you through the process.

Sometimes, dentures can be used in conjunction with dental implants, giving you added security and confidence, particularly when eating and socialising with friends and family. Our implant dentist will be able to assess your suitability for this.


Periodontal disease, more commonly known as gum disease affects many people in varying severity. If left untreated, the condition can lead to tooth loss, as the disease affects the supporting structures of teeth.

Successful treatment usually involves non surgical periodontal therapy along with meticulous home maintenance. Sometimes, local anaesthetics are needed, particularly is there are deep calculus deposits on the root surfaces of the teeth.

In severe cases, periodontal surgery may be indicated and your dentist will discuss this with you should it be indicated.


We offer a range of orthodontic treatment to help give you the smile you’ve always wanted. There are several systems available, including removable clear braces such as Invisalign™ to clear fixed braces using systems such as 6MonthSmiles™ or FastBraces™.  There’s system for everyone, so don’t delay; speak to one of our dentists today to find out what treatment style will be most suitable for you.


Root canal treatment is required when the nerve of a tooth has been irritated. Whilst it is often a dreaded treatment, it need not be. Our skilled dentists will endeavour to ensure your comfort throughout the procedure, and use of modern techniques such as rotary systems allows effective and efficient treatment.

If your root canal treatment is complex, rest assured we have specialists on hand that will help us provide you with the treatment you need.


There are usually three options to deal with a missing tooth; implants, dentures and bridges. A bridge can be used to replace a missing tooth by utilising a tooth or teeth either side of the gap for support. There are many types of bridges and materials available and one of our dentists will be happy to guide you through your options.

Below is a summary of some bridges available:

Conventional –

Cantiliver –

Maryland (Resin bonded) –


This treatment uses products such as Botox® (product by Allergan). The product is a purified protein to help relax the muscles, softening fine lines and wrinkles to give the skin a smoother appearance.

Areas that can be treated include the frown lines on the forehead and lines around the eyes. The product can also be used to help reduce the appearance of a gummy smile.

Treatment times usually takes around 30 minutes, and takes around 2 weeks to reach full effect.


Hypohydrosis or excessing sweating, affects many peoples, and can have a detriments psychological impact on sufferers. Botox® can be used in the underarms to safely reduce sweating from this region. Speak to one of our clinicians to find out more about this treatment.

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