Tooth restoration service available in Nottingham

If your teeth need reconstructive work, we will ensure that they are given a natural look.

We will provide a comprehensive examination of your mouth, as well as providing a diagnosis of your oral health. On the basis of this assessment we will provide the tooth restoration work which will give you a long lasting new look.

Crowns and bridges

Our range of crowns are designed to fit your damaged teeth precisely. Offering a variety of choices, such as porcelain crowns and ceramic crowns, your new crown will look natural and be durable.

If you have several missing teeth in one area of your mouth, then tooth bridges are designed to resolve this. With a crown placed on the teeth at either side of the area, bridges are designed to look and feel like part of your mouth.

Fillings provided

Should you be suffering from tooth cavities, then our fillings will resolve the pain and inconvenience caused by this. Our practice has a range of ‘pain free’ anaesthetic solutions for those patients with dental anxiety.

Offering white amalgam free fillings for a natural look, our laboratory is superbly equipped. This also allows us to provide very reasonable prices for our patients.

Root canal treatment

A dental procedure used to treat infection at the centre of a tooth (the root canal system).

The infection is caused by bacteria that live in the mouth and invade the tooth.

Root canal treatment is only required when dental X-rays show that the pulp has been damaged by a bacterial infection. The pulp will begin to die if it’s infected by bacteria, allowing the bacteria to then multiply and spread.

The symptoms of a pulp infection include:

pain when eating or drinking hot or cold food and drink
pain when biting or chewing
a loose tooth
swelling of the gum near the affected tooth
pus oozing from the affected tooth
facial swelling
the tooth becoming a darker colour

Leaving the infected tooth in your mouth may make it worse. There may also be less chance of the root canal treatment working if the infection within your tooth becomes established.

Antibiotics aren’t effective in treating root canal infections.

How root canal treatment is performed

To treat the infection in the root canal, the bacteria need to be removed. This can be done by either:

removing the bacteria from the root canal system (root canal treatment)
removing the tooth (extraction)

However, removing the tooth isn’t usually recommended as it’s better to keep as many of your natural teeth as possible.

After the bacteria have been removed, the root canal will be filled and the tooth sealed with a filling or crown.

Complete Care On Your Schedule

If you have difficulty getting to our Practice – perhaps you’re disabled, live in a care home, housebound or you suffer from panic attacks or dental anxiety – we have a solution for your dental needs. Our Home visit service is available seven days a week.