In order to maintain oral health, and prevent further dental concerns, broken teeth should be repaired as soon as an issue has been detected, and any missing teeth restored at the earliest opportunity.
Broken teeth are weaker, and easily prone to further damage, or even loss of the tooth, if left untreated. They can affect confidence, may impair eating, and as the teeth rot, they will cause increase bacteria and risk of infection.
Treatment for broken teeth include fillings, root canal treatment, inlays/onlays and crowns.
Any missing teeth should be replaced at the earliest opportunity to further protect the remaining teeth and prevent bone loss. If a gap is left, the neighbouring teeth will have more movement and over time, may also become loose and fall out. Also, if a tooth is not replaced, the gum bone will deteriorate over time causing bone loss, changing the shape of your face and causing some visual signs of aging.
Treatment for replacing missing teeth include dental implants, crowns, bridges and dentures.
We offer a choice of restore services for your damaged or missing teeth:
- NHS Restore
- Clinically necessary treatments.
- Covered under NHS bands 2 and 3
- Dental implants not available on NHS
- Basics Restore
- A range of affordable restorative treatments to be recommended by your dentist
- Private Restore
- A discreet range of restorative treatments, using cosmetic materials for a greater aesthetic result
- Advanced Restore
- A range of complex smile fixes completed by a dentist that is an expert in their specialism.
- Dental Implants
- With simple, discreet and advanced options for your individual needs
Click on each service to find out more, and let us get your smile back on track.