Our Treatments

We take pride in our dental treatment

At Belmont Dental Practice we take true pride in our dental treatment.


Below you will find a list of our some of available treatments, click ‘Find out More’ to view more information and prices.

A full price list can be viewed here.


Dental bridges are customised fixed false teeth that bridge a gap created by one of more missing teeth.


If you have lost a tooth, and you do not like the gap, then often a bridge is a suitable way of filling the space.


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Crowns are a sensible and effective way of restoring your smile and protecting weakened teeth.


A crown is a tooth shaped cap, that sits over your natural tooth, covering and protecting the tooth underneath. They can be made of porcelain, precious metals, or a combination of both.


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Dental Implants

Dental Implants help replace teeth lost due to trauma, dental decay, gum disease or naturally missing teeth.


Do you have a space in your smile that bothers you? Have you lost a tooth and don’t want to have it replaced by adjusting the neighbouring teeth? Do you have a loose lower denture?

An implant is a great way of filling a space, without putting a strain on the rest of the teeth.


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Dentures are removal appliances, designed to replace missing teeth.


Replacing lost or missing teeth has substantial benefits for your health and appearance. A complete or full denture replaces the natural teeth and provides support for cheeks and lips. Without this support, sagging facial muscles can make a person appear older and reduce their ability to eat and speak.


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Porcelain Inlays

These restorations are great alternatives to conventional crowns. They are used when teeth are broken down or the filling is getting too large.


Sometimes if the tooth requires a large filling or if the patient grinds their teeth , you may need something that is a bit more hard wearing. If this is the case, then your dentist may suggest the option of a porcelain inlay or onlay.


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Rapid Rescue – Dental Emergencies 

If you are not a member of the practice, but having acute dental problems,then the Rapid Rescue is a way of having your problem sorted out, for a set fee.


For acute dental problems we can often see you at short notice, so that you can get on with your day, without having to worry or be distracted by your teeth. These are busy times and you need to be on top form at work, without having dental pain affecting you.

Give the practice a call and see what we can do to impress you.


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Root Canal Therapy

Root canal treatment, also known as endodontic therapy, is an important dental procedure that is used to remove infection from within the root system.


Root canal treatment is performed when the blood or nerve supply of the tooth (known as the pulp) is infected through decay or injury.

We use up to date techniques, providing your tooth with the very best chance of success.

Often the alternative to root canal treatment is extraction of the tooth.


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Teeth Whitening 

Teeth can be discoloured for a number of reasons.  Teeth whitening is a simple procedure for lightening the shade of your teeth.


If you would like to make your teeth whiter, then there is a simple and inexpensive method of lightening the shade of your teeth. We are now offering new Zoom! laser whitening treatments as well as home tray systems.


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If you are unhappy with the shape, shade or position of your teeth veneers are an excellent way of masking these problems and improving your smile.


Teeth can be made to look straight and even, by placement of porcelain veneers.  They can also be used to hide darkened or heavily restored teeth, achieving better cosmetic results than conventional white fillings.

The alternative to this is often to consider more lengthy orthodontic treatment

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White Fillings

A genuine alternative to metal fillings, white fillings are metal free, invisible once placed and are long lasting.


Many people these days are choosing not to have metal fillings placed in their teeth. This decision is sometimes because patients are concerned about the cosmetic appearance of the fillings or they may be concerned about the contents of amalgam and what it might be doing to their overall health.


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