BROKEN DOWN TEETH
Broken down teeth can be the result of decay, neglect, structural weakening because of large cavities and fillings, failed dental restorations, trauma and sometimes simply wear and tear.
Our restorative dental treatments aim to return your teeth to optimum dental health, function and aesthetics. That’s where our expertise and experience in all aspects of restorative dentistry as well as the other disciplines helps us to achieve the best possible long-term results for our patients.
An integrated approach
Of course, dental implants, implant dentistry, periodontal treatment, aesthetic dentistry, orthodontics, endodontics, cosmetic dental treatments all play a key role in getting the best results for our patients. Restorative dental treatment may include a range of treatments from tooth whitening, composite bonding, braces, root treatments, fillings, crowns, dental bridges, veneers, dental implants, plastic gum surgery, bone and gum rebuilding & grafting, and more!
Take a look through our case studies or call us to understand more about our treatments for broken down teeth that could be life-changing for you too!
“After a bad experience as a child and slowly losing my teeth through 30 years of neglect, I knew that I needed a dentist and someone special! I was particularly interested in implants as I did not fancy dentures. Dental implants could, in effect, give me my third set of teeth!
To get to know more I went along to an ‘informal open evening’ to look around the practice and meet the staff who are all very friendly and put you at ease about your fears. I then saw a slide presentation by Dr Mankoo demonstrating the different types of treatments carried out at the practice which was very impressive.
People ask me now: ‘did it hurt?’ I can only say that after a completely painless operation under local anaesthetic and intravenous sedation to have the implants inserted (13 in my case!), there is some discomfort during the healing, but no real pain. As the face is the centre focal point, it’s nice to be able to laugh and smile without the thought that people are looking at my disgusting teeth. This has given me the confidence to feel a better person.”