Restorative dentistry

​​Many newer dental materials are adhesive which means they stick or bond to teeth. The surface of the tooth is made slightly rough by using a mild acid so that the repair (restoration) can grip properly. This process is called etching.

We carefully craft a natural looking filling that are virtually indistinguishable from the rest of your teeth.

We take the upmost care to painlessly clean and fill infected tooth canals within large cavities in order to save the tooth.

Our dental crowns permanently sit over the entire visible surface of your existing tooth and are made to look as real as your own natural tooth.

Beautifully crafted just for you, our bridges are extremely durable, correct bite issues, improve speech and are a good way to get your smile back on track.

You can have inlays or onlays instead of a filling. Fillings are soft to begin with and are moulded to the shape in the mouth. Inlays and onlays are made outside the mouth, usually in a dental laboratory, and then glued to the tooth in the surgery.