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Onlays restoration

Onlays restoration

An onlay is generally larger and covers one or more cusps of the tooth

Inlays restoration

An inlay is a restoration which lies inside the cusps of the tooth

Root canal: Stage 3

A root filling is placed to fill the inside of the tooth

Root canal: Stage 1

All canals are located and negotiated to the tip of the tooth root.

Non-standard porcelain veneer

They are semi translucent to give them a natural look as your natural teeth also have a slight transparency to them.

Standard porcelain veneer

A veneer is a very thin, tooth-coloured piece of porcelain (like a false finger nail) that is bonded on top of your own tooth.

White fillings

Did you know that you can replace any dark metallic fillings with a white porcelain material, giving your teeth a more natural appearance?

Metal fillings

Metal fillings were a popular choice for fillings because they last very long.

Dental Bridge procedure

A dental bridge can last between ten and fifteen years depending on how well you look after your oral health.