Your new crown or bridge work has the potential to last for many years, provided you maintain regular dental examinations and good oral hygiene.
No – the procedure to prepare the tooth is carried out under a local anaesthetic, so you won’t feel any pain. If you are nervous about your treatment, tell us in advance so that we can plan how best to help you with our dedicated range of proven techniques.
A partial denture fills the gap left behind by one or more missing teeth, and clips to your existing teeth. It can be easily unclipped and removed for cleaning. A full or complete denture is used when all the upper or lower teeth are missing, and fits snugly over your gums. It must be removed daily for cleaning.
Dentures can feel strange to begin with. You’ll need to start a routine for cleaning them every morning and night; neglected dentures can cause a number of dental problems, from bad breath and oral thrush to gum disease and tooth decay. If you’re not keen on the idea of dentures, we offer a number of implant options for permanent tooth replacement.