Will it hurt?
No – we take time to ensure that our procedures and treatments are delivered calmly and comfortably.
Is it expensive?
Our treatment plans are designed to individual specifications using materials and, where required, dental laboratories, of the highest quality. The cost of treatment reflects the many factors involved in finding and providing the ideal end product – the perfect, priceless smile!
Can you make my teeth look nicer?
Yes, even extremely difficult cases.
Can you make my teeth whiter?
Yes, either by tooth whitening or by the use of veneers and crowns.
Can you make my teeth straight?
Absolutely, with Invisalign treatment, or the latest Aesthetic Tooth Design from the USA, teeth can be made straight.
What is Cosmetic Dentistry?
Cosmetic Dentistry is a term used to describe dental treatment provided to improve or enhance the appearance of the teeth.
Can you do anything about teeth which are very sensitive?
Yes. The latest bonding technology allows us to coat sensitive areas of teeth with a strong clear resin which provides a barrier to the causes of tooth sensitivity.
Will I have to wait ages for an appointment?
Not at all – we try our best to give an initial consultation appointment within 7 days of your first contact.
I’m very nervous – how can you help me?
In our initial consultation we will ask you about any anxieties you may have with regard to dental treatment and discuss ways in which they can be overcome. We have found that the use of holistic or complementary medicine is very helpful for the nervous or anxious patient.
Can you do something about my unsightly silver fillings?
Definitely! Tooth coloured fillings or porcelain inlays are very popular ways of replacing silver fillings.
Can you make dentures look natural?
Yes. We are very fortunate to be able to work with highly skilled dental technicians who have the ability to construct dentures which are indistinguishable from natural teeth.
What are implants?
Implants are precision engineered titanium screws which are placed in the jaw bone to replace lost or missing teeth. These can be single or multiple and have a very high success rate.
You can find more information about dental implants at The Association of Dental Implantology.