Specialist Dentistry

  • Treatment of Gum Disease
Treatment of Gum Disease


We are accredited and recognized experts in the field of gum disease,treatment of dental implants and gum treatment.

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  • Treatment of Periimplantitis
Treatment of Periimplantitis

TREATMENT OF Periimplantitis

Peri-implantitis is an infectious disease that causes inflammation of the gum and the bone structure around a dental implant. Chronic inflammation causes bone loss, which can lead to a loose implant that eventually could fall out. The risk of inflammation and infection is higher with implants in comparison with natural teeth, as the implant connection to surrounding bone and gum is more fragile when it comes to bacterial invasion.

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  • Invisalign

What is Invisalign Treatment?

Invisalign treatment is a process for straightening misaligned and gapped teeth discreetly using invisible aligners. An aligner needs to be replaced every week, until the desired result is obtained. 3-D technology is used to determine the exact shape of your teeth and accordingly aligners are designed specifically for your mouth.
Invisalign is an orthodontic treatment where crowded or gapped teeth and cases of improper bite are resolved using clear braces. For those individuals who prefer discretion and who suffer from crooked and improper bites, you can now correct your teeth without letting anyone know that you are undergoing Invisalign treatment.

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  • Dental Implants
Dental Implants


When teeth are lost due to gum disease or decay, they occasionally have to be removed. This can result in problems with eating and function, not to mention the aesthetic aspect of missing teeth.

Modern day dentistry has advanced considerably and missing teeth can easily be replaced. This can be in the form of a denture, a dental bridge or a dental implant.

Titanium based implants are fast becoming the ideal solution to replacing missing teeth. They are placed in the jaw bone to support a crown which aims to replicate the normal function and appearance of a natural tooth

Dental implants are small titanium cylinders which are placed in the jaw and support a crown (part of tooth which is above the gum line). The area is made numb and the gum lifted open. The implant is then placed in the jaw bone and allowed to heal over a period of usually 12 weeks. Once the implant has been allowed to heal and integrate, it can then have a crown placed on top of it.

In certain circumstances, the implant can have a temporary crown placed at the same time of implant placement so you do not have a missing tooth whilst the implant is healing.

All aspects of the implant placement, time lengths and costing will be discussed in full to ensure you are fully aware of the treatment plan before you begin


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Monday: 9am-6pm
Tuesday: 8am-9pm
Wednesday: 8am-8pm
Thursday: 9am-6pm
Friday: 8am-6pm
Saturday: 8am-3pm
Sunday: Closed

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