Veneers and Componeers

Veneers are used to improve the appearance of teeth which may be badly stained or positioned.
These are made out of either composite resin (componeers) or porcelain (Veneers) and are placed on the front of the tooth which only needs minimal preparation.


Crowns may be needed due to failure of large fillings or extensive loss of tooth structure due to fractures or decay.

A crown is used to cover a damaged tooth. Crowns are fixed over the damaged tooth and provides a strong tooth shaped structure, a crown can be used to improve appearance, shape or alignment.

Thanks to modern technology, crowns and veneers can now have natural translucency to provide a more natural looking appearance. Gold crowns are still available upon request.

Lab Made Crowns

Crowns can be made at a dental laboratory. An appointment is needed to take impressions of your teeth and this is sent to the lab to make the crown. A temporary crown is placed and an appointment is made after 2 weeks to return to the practice to get the crown fitted.


A bridge is a fixed replacement for a missing tooth or teeth. It's made by taking an impression of the surrounding teeth, which will eventually support the bridge. The bridge is then fixed onto your own teeth.

Composite Veneers / Composite Bonding

Composite veneers / Bonding are one of the most popular cosmetic treatments we do. This is where we cover part or the whole visible surface of the tooth with a composite material and bond it onto the tooth to make a composite veneer. Composite veneers change the look, colour and shape of the teeth, the treatment can be completed in a single visit, and there is little, or no damage caused to the natural teeth underneath.