Dentures (false teeth)

More commonly known as false teeth, dentures are fitted in place of natural teeth. A full set is used to replace all your teeth. A part set is used to replace one or more missing teeth. Dentures are custom-made using impressions (moulds) of your gums. They are usually made from metal or plastic. Dentures are…


The crown of a tooth is that part which is visible in the mouth.  An artificial crown, also known as a cap, completely covers a weak tooth and protects it. It’s made from either metal or porcelain (with metal inside for strength) and is cemented onto your tooth. Crowns can be fitted where a tooth…


An extraction involves having a tooth completely removed from your mouth. This will be carried out if the tooth is unable to be saved with any other treatment.


Fillings are used to repair a hole in a tooth caused by decay. The most common type of filling material used is amalgam which is made from a mixture of metals including mercury, silver, tin, copper and zinc. Your dentist will offer the most appropriate type of filling according to your clinical needs.

Root canal treatment

Root canal treatment (also called endodontics) tackles infection at the centre of a tooth (the root canal). When the blood or nerve supply of the tooth has become infected, if root canal treatment is not carried out, the infection will spread and the tooth may need to be taken out. During treatment, all the infection is removed…


When you attend for your examination you should expect:- A thorough examination of your mouth, teeth and gums. Advice on how to keep your teeth and gums healthy A full explanation of your treatment options and the costs involved Information about NHS charges are displayed in the waiting room Information leaflets about dental treatments

Tooth Whitening

As we get older our teeth tend to become darker, tooth whitening involves bleaching your teeth to reverse this process and make them a lighter colour. Bleaching improves the appearance of your teeth without harming the tooth and is a better option than a veneer or crown if you simply wish to lighten the colour of…

White fillings

The main advantage of a direct dental composite (white filling) over traditional materials such as amalgam is improved aesthetics. Composites can be made in a wide range of tooth colours allowing near invisible restoration of teeth.


Dental implants are one way of replacing missing teeth without destroying adjacent teeth, as in the case of conventional bridges.

Inman Aligner

This is a perfect solution for crowding or protrusion of the front teeth. With the Inman Aligner, your front teeth can be gently guided to an ideal position in a matter of weeks.