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Restorative Treatments in the West Midlands

Restore your smile and your confidence with bespoke treatment plans from Bhandal Dental Practices. Replace missing teeth, upgrade your smile and restore full chewing function with simple restorative treatments.

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Fillings are a common dental treatment used to repair a cavity that has formed in your tooth or to treat a tooth that has suffered trauma. Tooth cavities are caused by decay where the tooth enamel has softened due to the plaque acids that break down foods and sugars in your mouth attacking your teeth.

A good oral hygiene routine at home and regular dental appointments will help to prevent cavities from forming in your teeth. Should you need a filling, our professional dental team at Blackheath Dental practice offers a free consultation and a range of treatments to help keep your mouth, teeth and gums healthy.

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Dental Bridges

A dental bridge allows you to replace missing teeth and restores your smile. Missing teeth can damage your confidence and impact your oral health. With a dental bridge, you can conceal a gap in your smile and restore your confidence again. With a dental bridge in place, your bite is restored and the surrounding teeth will no longer be able to shift out of alignment. With the right care, your dental bridge could last for up to 10 years or longer.

Dental Bridges
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Dental crowns offer an ideal way to protect and restore natural teeth. Crowns are made from porcelain or composite material and most commonly used to restore a damaged tooth. Your dentist might recommend a crown after a root canal treatment, or if your tooth has been cracked, chipped or damaged by decay. This is a private restorative dental treatment that will help you to smile and eat with confidence again.

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Root Canal Treatment

A root canal treatment is used to treat a large cavity that has reached the nerve endings of the tooth. The centre of the tooth and its root canal system will usually be infected by this stage and can be extremely painful. Root canal treatments are available for NHS and private patients across the West Midlands at Blackheath Dental practice. Our expert dentists and endodontists will carry out consultation before diagnosing suitable treatment.

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Inlays and Onlays

A dental inlay or onlay is an aesthetic solution that restores function. Repairing a cavity and removing the damaged portion of the tooth can require more than just a conventional filling to repair. When the damage is too extensive for a filling, but not so extensive that a crown is required, then an inlay or onlay may be recommended. This long lasting and aesthetic restoration will help to restore function to your teeth.

Inlays and Onlays

Frequently asked questions

How can we help?

Dental restoration treatments are generally safe. However, as with any medical procedure, there are some risks involved. These risks include infection, bleeding, and tissue damage. If you are considering dental restoration treatments, be sure to discuss the risks and benefits with your dentist. We will be able to help you make an informed decision about whether or not these treatments are right for you.

The lifespan of your restoration will depend on the type of treatment you receive, as well as how well you take care of your teeth. Fillings and crowns can last for many years, while bridges and implants can last for a lifetime with proper care.

Dental restoration treatments can improve the function, appearance, and health of your teeth. They can also help to prevent further damage to your teeth and gums.

Dental restoration treatments are used to repair or replace damaged teeth. Common dental restoration treatments include fillings, crowns, bridges, and implants. Fillings are used to repair minor damage to the tooth structure, while crowns are used to cover and protect a damaged tooth. Bridges are used to replace missing teeth, and implants are used to replace missing teeth or to support a dental prosthesis.

Do you still have questions?

We offer excellent care and advice regarding our wide range of treatments to all of our patients.

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