Implants - single teeth

The middle tooth in the photograph is actually missing and has been replaced by an implant supported crown.

This missing tooth can be replaced using either a bridge, denture or implant.
An implant is usually the ideal option as the adjacent teeth are not trimmed for support as they†usually would need to be for a bridge, and is a permanent and less bulky alternative to a denture.

The implant is placed under local anaesthetic and there is very little discomfort afterwards. The implant may then be restored with a crown immediately, or left for up to six months for the bone to attach fully to the implant (integrate). This depends on the quality of the bone.

The restoration is placed on the implant, often using a post.
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Teeth Straightening

We can now†align front teeth more quickly than with traditional braces using the Cfast technique.

Why Cfast?

Fast - You will have straight from teeth in about six months.

Discreet - the wires and brackets are almost invisible.

Affordable - the short treatment time dramatically cuts the cost.

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Making an appointment

We are able to currently see new NHS and Private patients

To book for an appointment or talk to one of our receptionists for advice, please ring


01206 391065

(please note that we no longer use the old '0844' number following patient feedback

Facial rejuvination

We can make your smile fresher not only by improving† the appearance of your teeth† but also reduce your wrinkles or frown lines using muscle relaxing injections and fillers

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