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Restorative dentistry involves any form of dentistry that aims to repair or restore damaged, decayed, or missing teeth to improve both function and appearance.

Restorative dentistry includes among other procedures: fillings, crowns, bridges, root canals, dental implants and dentures. Preservation of natural teeth coupled with aesthetic enhancement is the focus of this type of treatment.

Who does Restorative Dentistry suit?

Benefits of this treatment

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  • Assessment £150
  • Mounted Diagnostic Model £150-£500
  • Mounted Diagnostic Model U/L £150-£750
  • Appliance Therapy £800-£1000
  • Composite Build Up £200-£400
  • Crown / Bridge per unit £750
  • TMD Assessment £150
  • F/ £1000-£1500
  • F/F £2000-£2500
  • /F £1000-£1500
  • CoCrP/ £850
  • CoCr/P £850
  • P/P CoCr £1600
  • F/CoCr on Implants £2500-£2750
  • /F CoCr on Implants £2500-£2750

What should I expect during a restorative dentistry consultation?

During a consultation, your dentist will assess your oral health, discuss treatment options, explain costs, and create a treatment plan tailored to your needs.

What is the difference between a dental crown and a dental filling?

Dental fillings are used to repair small to moderate cavities, while dental crowns are caps that cover and protect damaged or weakened teeth, providing more extensive repair and support.

How long do restorative dental treatments last?

The longevity of treatments varies, but many can last for several years or even decades with appropriate care and maintenance as directed by your dentist.

Are restorative dental procedures painful?

Most restorative procedures are performed under local anaesthetic, which reduces discomfort and pain. After the procedure pain can often be managed with painkillers.

Can restorative dentistry prevent future dental problems?

Yes, many restorative procedures include preventive measures to protect teeth from future damage, such as using dental crowns to reinforce weakened teeth.

Can I eat normally after restorative dental work?

In most cases, you can resume eating normally once any numbness from the anaesthesia wears off. Your dentist may recommend avoiding certain foods temporarily, depending on the procedure.

How do I care for my dental restorations at home?

Following your dentist’s advice as well as regular brushing, flossing, and routine dental check-ups are essential for maintaining dental restorations and preventing further issues.

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