Advanced Dentistry

Advanced Dentistry

As the field of dentistry advances every year so do we, enabling us to provide you with the most up to date advanced dentistry. This approach allows our team to perform state of the art dental procedures that will result in beautiful, long-lasting smiles! At Fairview Dental Clinic we use these advances, in everyday practice.

Crowns

Crowns can be of various sizes and made from materials such as porcelain, acrylic, metal and gold. Crowns are laboratory made and used to cover a tooth in order to give it strength. Porcelain crowns are aesthetically pleasing as they are custom made to match the shade of a person’s own natural tooth.

Bridges

A bridge is used to replace a missing tooth. It involves using teeth either side of the space to support a tooth (pontic) and teeth used in this fashion are called abutment teeth. Sometimes it is possible to use just one tooth behind the missing tooth as an anchor

Implants

We want to restore our patient’s confident smiles and allow them to live their lives in comfort.

Dental implants are a revolution in dental technology, offering the ability to easily replace missing teeth. These modern developments have changed the way we look at the mouth and allows us to achieve what was once impossible. Dental implants have many advantages and they are an investment in your future.

A dental implant is a type of artificial tooth root that your dentist places in your jawbone, using it as a form of ‘stake’ onto which a replacement tooth or bridge is then fixed. Due to the bio-compatible properties of titanium, the dental implant fuses with the bone and becomes a secure anchor for the replacement tooth. Dental implants can be used to replace either single teeth or all of your teeth in both the upper and lower jaw.

Veneers

Veneering a tooth is merely placing a new front surface on the tooth. It is minimally invasive and can be made from porcelain or a composite material.

Typically they are placed to mask minor discolouration, close spaces and to harmonise the surfaces of teeth.

Porcelain veneers are made by dental technicians and fitted by your Dentist. Composites veneers are made directly onto the tooth surface by your Dentist.