General Dentistry

General dentistry provides a comprehensive approach to maintaining your oral health, effectively addressing issues like cavities, gum problems, or bite irregularities.

Recognising the significance of a healthy and confident smile, we offer high-quality general dentistry services tailored to your specific needs.

Our treatments are customised to fit your oral health requirements precisely, promoting overall well-being while aligning with your aesthetic preferences.

Choose general dentistry for a subtle, yet impactful improvement in your dental health and a boost in your overall well-being.

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General Dentistry Treatments


Root canal treatment is a careful process where we gently clean the inside of the tooth, removing any damaged or infected areas. We use special tools to make sure everything is thoroughly cleansed. After cleaning, we fill the space with a special material that keeps bacteria out and allows your tooth to function normally again.

This treatment is very successful and a great way to keep your natural tooth.If a root canal isn't done, the only other option is to take out the tooth. You can leave the gap, or get an implant, bridge, or denture. But remember, these options, while effective, don't quite match up to your own tooth.We understand that dental treatments can be worrying or even scary for some.

If you feel anxious or nervous, please tell us. We're experienced in helping patients with dental anxiety or phobias. We can offer sedation to help you feel more relaxed and comfortable during the procedure.



White fillings are a modern solution for restoring teeth affected by decay or minor fractures. The process begins with a careful removal of the decayed or damaged portion of your tooth, ensuring that only the unhealthy part is extracted. Precision is key here, and we employ advanced techniques to preserve as much of your natural tooth as possible.Once the decay is removed, we clean the area thoroughly to prepare it for the filling.

The white filling material, which is a composite resin, is then meticulously applied in layers. Each layer is hardened using a special light that bonds the material firmly to your tooth. This process not only restores the integrity of your tooth but also enhances its appearance, as the composite resin is matched to the natural colour of your teeth.

The final step involves shaping and polishing the filling to ensure a smooth, comfortable bite and a seamless blend with your natural teeth. White fillings not only restore the function of your teeth but also offer an aesthetically pleasing result.This treatment is an excellent alternative to traditional silver amalgam fillings, offering a more natural appearance.

It's typically a straightforward procedure, often completed in just one visit, and starts from £120.


Dental crowns are tailor-made covers that fit over a tooth that's been damaged or weakened, helping to restore its shape, size, strength, and look. They're often the go-to solution for teeth that are significantly decayed, cracked, or broken, or for teeth that have had a root canal.

Crowns can be crafted from a variety of materials like porcelain, ceramic, metal, or a mix of these, depending on where the tooth is in your mouth and what looks best. Getting a crown involves preparing the tooth, making a precise model for the crown, and then carefully placing and securing the crown on your tooth.

They work great to protect and strengthen your tooth, while keeping it looking natural and functioning well, boosting both the health and appearance of your smile.

Dental crowns - starts from £750


Extractions are when we need to take out a tooth from its spot in the jawbone. We usually do this when a tooth is too damaged or decayed to fix, stuck in the gums (like with wisdom teeth), or if there's not enough room in your mouth for all your teeth.

Depending on the tooth's condition and where it's located, the extraction might be straightforward or a bit more involved. In a simple extraction, the dentist will gently loosen the tooth and then use special tools to remove it.

If the tooth is under the gum or hasn't come in all the way, we might need to do a surgical extraction, which involves a small cut in the gum. We always use local anaesthesia to make sure you're comfortable and don't feel pain during the procedure. After the tooth is out, taking care of the



Dental hygiene appointments at our clinic are a key part of maintaining your oral health. During these visits, our experienced dental hygienists provide a thorough cleaning of your teeth, removing plaque and tartar buildup that regular brushing can't reach. This deep cleaning helps prevent gum disease and tooth decay, ensuring your gums and teeth stay healthy.In addition to cleaning, our hygiene appointments include a comprehensive examination of your oral health.

We check for any signs of trouble, like cavities or early signs of gum disease, and offer personalised advice on how to improve your daily oral care routine. We also provide expert guidance on proper brushing and flossing techniques, ensuring you get the most out of your home care.

Hygiene starts from £85


At our clinic, we offer dental bridges as a solution for replacing one or more missing teeth. A dental bridge is a custom-made prosthetic that fills the gap left by missing teeth. It consists of artificial teeth, or pontics, which are held in place by crowns fitted onto the adjacent natural teeth or dental implants.

These supporting teeth, known as abutments, provide the necessary stability and strength for the bridge.The process of getting a dental bridge usually requires a few visits. Initially, we prepare the abutment teeth and take precise impressions to create your personalised bridge. In the interim, a temporary bridge is fitted. Once your permanent bridge is ready, we'll adjust it to ensure a perfect fit and then cement it securely in place. Dental bridges not only improve the appearance of your smile but also restore the functionality of your teeth.

They enable you to chew and speak properly, maintain the natural shape of your face, and prevent the remaining teeth from shifting. To ensure your bridge lasts as long as possible, regular oral hygiene and dental check-ups are essential. Our team is committed to providing you with the best care and guidance to keep your bridge in excellent condition.

Bridges Start  from - £950

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the first step involves meeting with our experienced dental professionals. During this appointment, we will discuss your specific smile goals, evaluate your dental concerns, and determine if composite bonding is the ideal solution for your needs.
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Following the consultation, we will create a personalized treatment plan tailored to address your unique dental imperfections. This plan will outline the areas targeted for composite bonding, the expected duration of the treatment, and any other considerations to ensure a comprehensive and customized approach to achieving your desired smile.
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Once the treatment plan is in place, the composite bonding procedure will be scheduled. This involves skillfully applying the tooth-colored composite resin to the designated areas, sculpting and shaping it to achieve the desired aesthetic results. The procedure is typically minimally invasive, providing immediate improvements in the appearance of your smile.
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After the composite bonding procedure, We will schedule follow-up appointments to ensure the success of the treatment. This allows for any necessary adjustments and ensures your satisfaction with the results. Additionally, our team will provide guidance on post-treatment care, including oral hygiene practices and recommendations for maintaining the longevity and vibrancy of your newly enhanced smile.

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Benefits of General Dentistry

Comprehensive Oral Care
General dentistry provides a wide range of services, including routine check-ups, cleanings, and preventive care, ensuring comprehensive oral health maintenance.
Early Detection and Intervention
Regular dental visits allow for the early detection of dental issues, enabling timely interventions to prevent the progression of problems and maintain optimal oral health.
Customised Treatment Plans
General dentistry offers personalised treatment plans tailored to individual needs, addressing specific concerns and promoting long-term oral health.
Preventive Education
Patients benefit from preventive education during general dentistry visits, learning proper oral hygiene practices and receiving guidance on maintaining a healthy smile.
Accessibility for All Ages
General dentistry is accessible to individuals of all ages, making it a family-friendly choice for maintaining oral health and addressing dental concerns at every life stage.


Price: Bonding is cheaper than the veneers due to onsite application of the resin.
Application: Minimal enamel removal is needed compared to the definite enamel removal with Veneers
Reveribility: Composite bonding can be removed whenever, whereas veneers are permenant as they use dental cement to fix in place
Repairability: in the extremely rare case of a chip or crack, Bonding is much easier to repair, as more resin can be applied to the tooth

One dental process

1 Regular Check-ups and Cleanings
The first step in general dentistry involves scheduling regular check-ups and cleanings. During these appointments, a dentist assesses your oral health, performs a thorough examination, and addresses any immediate concerns. Professional cleanings help remove plaque and tartar, promoting optimal oral hygiene.
2 Diagnostic Procedures
If any issues are identified during the check-up, the next step involves diagnostic procedures. This may include X-rays, intraoral scans, or other imaging techniques to provide a detailed view of your oral structures. These diagnostics aid in accurate diagnosis and the development of a personalised treatment plan.
3Personalised Treatment Plan
Based on the examination and diagnostic results, your dentist creates a personalised treatment plan. This plan outlines any necessary procedures, such as fillings, extractions, or preventive measures, ensuring a tailored approach to address your specific dental needs.

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4 Follow-up and Preventive Care
The final step involves follow-up appointments for treatments and preventive care. Regular check-ups and follow-up visits are scheduled to monitor your oral health, address any concerns, and provide ongoing preventive education to maintain optimal dental wellness.

Composite bonding is for:

Chipped tooth



General Wear

improve aesthetic appearance

Frequently Asked Questions

What preventive measures can I take for optimal oral health?

In addition to regular check-ups, practicing good oral hygiene at home is crucial. This includes brushing and flossing daily, maintaining a balanced diet, and avoiding tobacco use. Your dentist can provide specific recommendations tailored to your needs.

How often should I visit the dentist for check-ups?

Regular dental check-ups are typically recommended every six months, but the frequency may vary based on individual oral health needs. Your dentist will provide personalised guidance during your appointments.

Are cosmetic dentistry procedures part of general dentistry?

While general dentistry focuses on preventive and restorative care, some cosmetic procedures may be offered. It's best to consult with your dentist to determine the available cosmetic options within the scope of general dentistry.

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Opening Times

Monday: 9:00am – 5:30pm
Tuesday: 9:00am – 5:30pm
Wednesday: 9:00am – 5:30pm
Thursday: 9:00am – 5:30pm
Friday: 9:00am – 5:30pm
Saturday : By appointment only


1 School Rd, Newborough, Peterborough PE6 7RG, United


01733 810235

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