Restoration and reconstruction may be required when damage to
the tooth structure cannot be reversed and repair must be
Unlike other parts of the body such as hair, nails and bones,
teeth cannot repair themselves once damage has progressed beyond
the surface of the enamel. It is essential to maintain and
preserve as much sound tooth structure as possible to maintain
the integrity of the tooth.
Where extensive damage has occurred either from decay, previous
failed dental work, trauma or wear and tear, we use the most
effective materials and techniques and the services of extremely
skilful master technicians to provide the most definitive and
long lasting solutions.
We use materials that, where appropriate, mimic the colour,
shape and strength of natural teeth. These may involve such
techniques as composite ceramic fillings, onlays, veneers or
crowns for individual teeth or bridges and implant supported
restorations where teeth are missing.