Regular dental examinations are the best way to maintain the health of your teeth. We’ll be able to identify any issues before they turn into major problems. If you do require any further treatment, we’ll advise you on the steps you need to take keep your teeth in good condition.
If you have any decayed or broken teeth, we can fix your teeth through the use of fillings. Fillings will improve the appearance of your teeth and once filled will protect against bacteria and further decay.
Preventative dentistry aims to keep your mouth healthy by reducing the risk of decay and gum disease. This involves scaling and polishing which removes the plaque and tartar from your teeth. When you visit Newtown Dental Practice, we’ll also give you help and guidance to help you maintain your teeth.
Should you have seriously impacted teeth then you may require oral surgery. We can undertake a range of surgical work including extractions, corrections and specialist treatment.
Root canal therapy is required if bacteria has infected your teeth causing decay. This treatment will enable us to remove the bacteria and seal the tooth to prevent any future occurrences.
If you have serious anxiety about receiving dental treatment you may benefit from sedation. This will keep you conscious but put you in a very relaxed state so you can receive effective treatment.
To ensure children are comfortable with the dentist in their adult years it’s important they visit the dentist from an early age. Newtown Dental Practice in Birmingham is a warm, welcoming place where children will get the highest level of dental care.
Dentures are removable replacement teeth which look and function like your normal teeth. If you have missing teeth it is important that these are replaced and dentures are an ideal solution.
A crown fits over your tooth and will look and feel like a normal tooth. Crowns can be made from a variety of materials and are suitable for broken, damaged and weakened teeth.
Another option for missing teeth is having bridges. Bridges work by crowning the teeth on either side with a false tooth in the middle and transform your smile.
An implant works by placing a small metal cylinder into your jaw bone to support a crown, bridge or custom made denture. They are durable, functional and look fantastic.
If you require any services we don’t currently offer we can refer you to another practice or invite a specialist in to provide treatment.
Diagnosis, treatment, planning and maintenance
Clinical examination, radiographs, scaling and polishing if clinically necessary only. Preventive work: e.g. oral health assessment, study models and denture cases.
Simple treatments: e.g. fillings including root canal therapy, extractions, surgical procedures and dental additions, periodontal treatment (hygienist).
Includes a laboratory element: e.g. bridgework, crowns and dentures. Excludes mouth guards.
If you think you are exempt from NHS charges, it is your responsibility to bring valid proof on the day of your appointment. Otherwise NHS charges will be payable on the day. Exemptions are as follows:
The government will be changing the pricing structure of the NHS work in the near future. Please expect changes in the next 6-8 weeks.
We try to make payments as straight forward as possible. Our normal policy is that patients are asked to pay a proportion of the treatment cost for each visit.