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One of the most important aspects of dental care is routine examinations every six months.

Some people avoid dental appointments until they are experiencing pain. By visiting the dentist regularly, problems you cannot see or feel can be found and dealt with quickly.

Should you require treatment following your routine examination, options are available to suit your needs, such as restorative fillings, endodontics and extractions.

For people wanting to straighten the alignment of their teeth, we offer clear aligners.

This is a comfortable way to straighten your teeth with no wires or braces. The clear material is almost entirely unnoticeable. The aligners are precisely tailored to each patient and will subtly move the teeth week by week into the desired position.

A consultation is required to assess suitability for this treatment.

A hygiene appointment allows the dental hygienist to thoroughly remove plaque deposits and any staining that cannot be removed by brushing alone. Oral hygiene advice and information regarding the progression and prevention of gum disease will be provided.

We recommend regular hygiene appointments. They are usually half an hour in length but this can vary at the prescribing dentist's request.


We offer a wide range of cosmetic treatments, such as veneers, crowns, bridges and tooth whitening.

For patients wanting to replace missing teeth, we provide dentures and dental implants

Dental implants are surgically placed into the jaw bone with a titanium screw and are a popular alternative to wearing dentures. However, they aren't suitable for everyone so a consultation is required to assess suitability for this treatment.

Tooth whitening can be a highly effective way of improving your smile without invasive treatment. Nicola will recommend the duration and frequency of the treatment after assessing your oral health.

Tooth whitening is not effective on dental restorations such as amalgam or composite fillings, crowns, bridges, veneers etc.

This treatment is not available to those under 18.

From time to time, some patients present with toothache, sensitivity or have suffered dental injury of trauma. After examination by a dentist, occasionally the root canal needs to be treated. This process is called Endodontics - or root canal.

Molar teeth that need endodontic treatment are referred to an endodontic specialist. This treatment is subject to the fees stipulated by the specialist. 

Treatment time and outcome may vary according to the severity of the underlying cause.

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