Your First Visit

New patient examination including Xrays

Only £39

Dental Implants

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A dental implant is a small titanium screw that serves as a replacement for the root section of a missing natural tooth. A tooth may have been lost for many reasons such as decay, breakdown of existing dental work, or acute infection. Dental implants can be placed in either the upper or lower jaws. Due to the biocompatible properties of titanium, a dental implant fuses with the bone and becomes an anchor for the replacement tooth. Dental implants can be used in solutions for replacing a single tooth or multiple missing teeth. The high success rate of dental implants makes them one of the most reliable treatments available today.

Would I benefit from a dental implant?

Many people who consider implants have removable, conventional dentures for lower and upper jaws, or have removable bridges. These people experience a significant improvement in their ability to chew food comfortably after their dental implant treatment.

When both the tooth and root are damaged the best permanent replacement is a dental implant in conjunction with a ceramic crown. This solution both looks and functions just like a natural tooth.

Reasons to consider Dental Implants

Without the root structure of a natural tooth the jawbone can shrink making your face look older.

There are no loose parts, an implant is stable and comfortable.

Normally, it will serve its owner for life.

Dental Implants look and feel like natural teeth.

Our team

Our team are specially trained in the provision of and care of implants. Dr David Kostiuk has undertaken a 1 year postgraduate training scheme in Manchester. Dr Sam Bakri is a consultant oral and maxillofacial surgeon with a very large amount of experience in all aspects of implants. Our nurses and oral health dentist have also been fully trained for these procedures, as such you can be assured we are providing treatment and follow-up with confidence.

Learn more about the different types of dental implants we offer by arranging a free consultation now.

Implant assessment
From

£100

Implant plus crown. For larger cases an assessment may be necessary to determine a price
from

£2,400

Orthodontics

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INVISALIGN

Advances in orthodontic technology mean that an increasing number of patients are choosing the revolutionary Invisalign system, the clear alternative to metal braces, to straighten their teeth.

Invisalign is suitable for most cases including crowding, spacing, crossbites, overbites and underbites. Using the latest 3D digital imaging technology, a series of barely visible discreet aligners are provided to slowly change the shape of your mouth over a period of time which can be as little as six months. We have a great number of patients who had never considered traditional braces, but are now comfortably improving their smiles using Invisalign.

We have a number of packages available to suit all cases and we would be happy to discuss this with you at consultation.

For more detailed information please visit www.invisalign.co.uk

Invisalign or fixed braces. Case dependant

Starting at £1000 per arch.

Teeth Whitening

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If your teeth are discoloured you may find teeth whitening to be one of the easiest ways to enhance your smile. Teeth whitening can be provided in a number of forms, all of which are straight forward, affordable, and painless.

Whitening must legally only be carried out by a GDC registered dental professional.

 

Home Bleaching Kit

We offer this option to enable you to whiten your teeth in the privacy and convenience of your own home. Bespoke bleaching trays are constructed from impressions of your teeth which are used in conjunction with high quality and safe bleach provided by our partners at Boutique Whitening.

The system is safe, easy, and painless and a shade improvement can be guaranteed. The trays are designed to last for a number of years and bleach ‘top ups’ used for long term whiter teeth maintenance are inexpensive.

Boutique Home Whitening
From

£199

Crowns & Bridges

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When teeth become weakened or damaged a crown/bridge can help to not only strengthen the tooth but can be used to improve the appearance and shape of the tooth or teeth and give back function as well as prevent TMJ disorders (temporomandibular joint) caused by missing teeth.

 Using Porcelain or ceramic crowns can be matched to the existing teeth to ensure a natural look, other materials that can be used are gold and metal alloys.  These materials are usually stronger than porcelain and is generally recommended for back teeth, Porcelain bonded to an alloy shell is most commonly used because it is both strong and attractive.

Both crowns and most bridges are a fixed prosthetic devices. Unlike dentures, which you can remove and clean every-day, crowns and bridges are cemented onto existing teeth, and can only be removed by a dentist. A bridge is used to fill a gap left by an extracted/lost tooth and using the opposing teeth essentially crowning these teeth enabling the dentist to bridge the gap.

In some cases your dentist may recommend a crown or bridge in the following:-

Cover a tooth that has had root canal treatment

Replace a large filling if there isn’t enough tooth structure remaining

Restore a fractured or broken tooth

Attach a bridge

Cover a discoloured or poorly shaped tooth

With the advances within dental technology the materials that  are used are much more superior and are proving to last although it is recommended that crowns and bridges should be replaced every 10 years but with careful attention to your oral hygiene and regular dental and hygiene visits your crown and bridge work could last a lot longer.

From

£570

Veneers

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Porcelain veneers are a great solution to transform a smile, particularly if teeth are discoloured, spaced, or misshapen. Veneers are extremely thin, bespoke porcelain restorations which are bonded to the front of your teeth to rebuild a smile. These are a fantastic option, as they provide a huge range of results including reshaping, whitening, and straightening teeth. Porcelain veneers can be used for various things from subtle changes to total smile makeovers.

We work in conjunction with our highly trained and skilled lab technicians using the latest in ceramic technology to achieve the perfect result. Following the consultation stage, a large degree of planning is undertaken to ensure that you will be proud of your smile for years to come.

From

£590

White Fillings

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Generally most dental cavities (holes) in teeth are restored with an amalgam material more commonly known as silver fillings. This form of filling material can cause problems within the teeth one being the discolouration of the natural tooth and also it is an extremely rigid material and can cause fractures in the tooth over time. You can be unaware of this until the tooth breaks or your dentist informs you.

At our practice we only use composite fillings (white fillings) This material is a high grade composite resin restoration, the material improves not only the appearance of the tooth but can reduce the risk of possible problems in the future.

From

£78-160

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Periodontal treatment

Full mouth assessment
From

£60

Periodontal treatment
From

from £75 per quadrant

Oral Hygiene

Scale and polish with oral health dentist
From

£45

Root Canal

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Root Canal Therapy (Endodontics)

Inside every tooth lie’s a living nerve which is situated inside the root of each tooth. This nerve, along with the blood vessels are what keep’s the tooth/teeth alive.

When trauma or infection occurs in the tooth which cuts off the blood supply to the tooth this causes the nerve to begin to die, this process usually causes painful toothache and can lead to a dental abscess.

Most common causes of an infected root canal are;

  • Trauma
  • Caries (decay)
  • Fractured or broken teeth
  • Large fillings
  • Extensive crown and bridgework.

FAQs

How do you know you need a Root Canal?
Depending on the circumstances which has caused the tooth to begin to die off, most common reason is the pulp inside the tooth becomes infected which in turn may spread through to the root canal, this can potentially lead to a dental abscess if left untreated. Symptoms of an abscess can range from a dull ache in the jaw to severe pain and the tooth may be tender on clenching or biting.

What is Root Canal Therapy?

The treatment of an infected root canal is the removal of the infective tissue and nerve that is or has died off inside the tooth. This process is a thorough and very intense treatment to ensure that no infection/bacteria will be left behind that could potentially contaminate the canal further and cause more complications.

What does it involve?

Our aim with Root Canal therapy is to remove all infection from the Root Canal. We do this by fully anaesthetising the tooth, gently shaping the canal/canals and  disinfecting. Once completed the canal is then sealed so as to prevent any further infections. Most Root Canal treatments can be completed in one visit but can require 2 appointments with a follow up review approximately 2 weeks later to ensure that the treatment was effective and successful.

Does it hurt?

The treatment itself is not painful. With the advances in modern dentistry, local anaesthetics are extremely effective in providing a complete block to the pain receptors in the tooth/teeth. However after the treatment is finished or going into second stage you may encounter some discomfort/dull ache which does wear off using pain relief such as Ibuprofen.

What if I don’t have the treatment?

Should you decide to opt out of having Root Canal the only option left available to you is to have the tooth extracted. Unlike the human liver, once the pulp is destroyed it cannot regenerate itself and heal. It is greatly advised that an infected tooth/abscess should never be left untreated. Many choose to have their teeth extracted but it is always best to try and maintain your own natural teeth were possible.

Dependant on tooth and anatomy
From

From £300

Dentures

Acrylic partial from £200, Acrylic full from £800, Chrome from £800 case dependant

£200-£800

Oral Surgery

Extraction

from £88

Surgical extraction

from £140

General Dentistry

For examination
From

£35

Xray (small digital film)
From

£8

Emergency

Emergency appointments
From

£60

Custom Sports Mouthguard

From £90

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