RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY

AT BINLEY WOODS DENTISTRY IN COVENTRY


When a preventive approach isn't possible restorative dental treatments are used with an aim to restore your smile with minimal intervention. Please choose from the options below to find out more about a specific treatment.


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DENTAL CROWNS

NATURAL AND STRONG DENTAL RESTORATIONS


Crowns are restorations placed over damaged teeth to improve their shape, size or strength. Crowns are typically used to provide strength after a root canal treatment or to cover a heavily filled, decayed or broken tooth.

Traditional metal-based crowns have long been used to strengthen or rebuild teeth. Today, porcelain and pressed ceramic crowns are a completely metal-free and aesthetically-pleasing option. They are custom-made to match the exact colour, texture and translucency of your natural teeth.

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DENTAL BRIDGES

A PERMANENT SOLUTION FOR MISSING TEETH


Bridges are a permanent solution for missing teeth which will look and feel just like your natural teeth. Bridges, unlike dentures, aren’t removable, so they offer you increased support and stability within your mouth.

This treatment crowns the two teeth either side of the ‘missing teeth' and natural-looking artificial teeth are fixed to them, therefore ‘bridging the gap'. Bridges can replace a single tooth or a whole section of missing teeth.

Bridges are barely noticeable, because they’re custom-made to fit your mouth and match your own teeth. They can restore the natural contour of teeth as well as the proper bite relationship between upper and lower teeth. It is important to replace missing teeth to prevent stress on other teeth and the shifting of adjacent teeth.

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ROOT CANAL TREATMENT (ENDODONTICS)

PAIN-FREE RESTORATIVE ROOT CANAL TREATMENT


Root canal treatment is often required when the pulp is infected, usually due to damage to the tooth or tooth decay. The treatment involves removing the infected pulp tissue from inside the tooth, cleaning it up to ensure no infection remains and filling the space to seal it and protect the root canal from further infection.

Today’s root canal treatment is normally pain-free. Some patients may feel a slight discomfort after treatment where the tooth can feel a little sensitive for a few days afterwards. This discomfort can be relieved with over-the counter-medication, and our dentists will be on hand to advise.

The treatment is often concluded with the placement of a crown to reinforce the affected tooth.

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