We offer the complete range of dental treatments, from simple white fillings to full reconstruction of your mouth with dental implants where you have few or no teeth.
We carry out all aspects of cosmetic dentistry with Invisalign clear aligners, teeth whitening and composite restoration, as well as general dentistry to ensure a comfortable mouth and optimal oral health.
We are partnered with some of the world's leading dental companies as we believe that we should only offer our patients what we would provide for ourselves and our families.
Most importantly we care about YOU, not just your mouth. It is essential that you are treated in a caring environment and have a good experience each and every time you visit Trust Dental.
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At TRUST Dental we’re known for our holistic approach to your all-around oral health and general wellbeing. Cosmetic and restorative treatment is carried out using the latest techniques in our state-of-the-art practice, in order to give you a comfortable mouth and a confident smile with an improved quality of life.
The mouth is a multi-functional part of our body. It is crucial for eating, tasting, speaking, singing and playing musical instruments. On an emotional level, your smile is part of your image to the world and it is important for your confidence, self-esteem and intimacy. When the mouth is working well, we tend to take it for granted. When it is not working well, we realise how much it affects our happiness.
Our comprehensive review is designed to explore your current and future aspirations for the appearance and function of your mouth. Book a video consultation today to begin your journey towards a healthier, sunnier smile.
At TRUST Dental, we understand how missing teeth affect the look and function of your mouth and how this will impact on your quality of life in many ways.
Whilst dentures can replace missing teeth, they can also be part of the problem and not the solution. If you have missing or failing teeth, or a loose, uncomfortable denture, dental implants may be the answer. To find out more about this life-changing treatment, click here.
Gain the straight, even teeth you always wanted in months, without the inconvenience of fixed wire braces. Short-term orthodontic treatment using clear aligners by Invisalign is now available at TRUST Dental, subject to suitability.
Clear aligners can be worn by adults of all ages. They are virtually invisible and do not affect your speech, enabling you to carry on with your busy life as normal.
There are many functional benefits of tooth alignment, not just a more aesthetically pleasing smile! Patients also report that eating becomes more comfortable, as the improved dental contact points make it easier to bite and chew. Straighter teeth are also easier to clean and many patients report improved oral hygiene as a result. Orthodontics can also help to treat existing tooth wear and prevent further damage.
At the initial assessment we will be able to tell you if you are a good candidate for orthodontic treatment and approximately how long it will take. For more information call us today on 01458 840033.
Look and feel younger by saying goodbye to age-related tooth discolouration.
Teeth whitening is a rapid, convenient method of lifting your smile using a gentle bleaching technique. TRUST Dental provides professional home whitening which is proven, safe and effective, removing staining from tobacco, tea, coffee, red wine and other food and drinks.
With the right level of home maintenance, as instructed by TRUST Dental, the effect of your teeth whitening can last forever!
See the difference after only two weeks! Call us on 01458 840033 for details.
Gum disease leads to soft tissues in the mouth becoming swollen, sore or infected. This can result in bad breath. If untreated, the early stage of gum disease, known as gingivitis, can develop into a more advanced condition, periodontitis, which affects the gums and also the bone supporting your teeth.
The first sign is usually bleeding of the gums caused by plaque, a build-up of a soft substance on your teeth. Plaque mainly consists of bacteria, feeding on the sugars in your mouth from the food you eat and liquids you drink. Calculus, or tartar, is then produced by the hardened form of plaque, which accumulates and is much more difficult to remove.
Specialist cleaning and treatment of the affected gums can help avoid more serious complications, such as tooth loss or shrinkage of the jawbone.
If you have any concerns about the health of your gums, don’t wait until your next check-up. Get in touch with our practice team as soon as possible.
Decay may harm the blood vessels and nerves or pulp inside your teeth which become more prone to infection. This can lead to abscess or tooth sensitivity. Your teeth are held in your jaw by tooth roots. A root canal procedure is intended to save and repair an infected or decayed tooth.
Saving or repairing a natural tooth is always our preferred option. The most common method to achieve this is root canal treatment, known as endodontics. The procedure involves removing damaged or dead pulp in the tooth root and filling the space with a sealer paste and a rubber compound. The tooth can then be rebuilt, usually with a crown, to ensure it remains part of your dentition for a long time.
If you suffer from tooth pain, it is important to seek advice as soon as possible. Our friendly reception team will guide you through the process. Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Crowns & Bridges
Your tooth crown is the most visible part of the tooth structure. An artificial crown will cover a weak tooth above the gum line to protect it. Made from metal or porcelain, or both, crowns are strong and natural looking with the shade and form matched to your adjacent dentition. Crowns may last for many years, with good oral hygiene and care.
Bridges fix replacement teeth to the existing adjacent dentition. Made of metal or porcelain, or both, these appliances can come in the form of a conventional bridge, a stick-on bridge or an implant-supported bridge.
A bridge is one possible solution for one or more missing teeth and can improve chewing and biting functions as well as your facial profile. If properly looked after, your bridge can last for many years.
An alternative to a bridge is a removable partial denture, particularly if the adjacent teeth are loose or decayed. Replacing missing teeth with dental implants may also be suitable for some patients.
Why not book a video consultation to explore all of the options available to you?
Damaged, discoloured or unsightly teeth can be transformed by veneers.
A layer of natural-looking material, usually porcelain, is bonded to the visible face of the tooth to improve its appearance. Veneers are stain-resistant, strong and long-lasting. They can help to achieve a highly aesthetic result, providing an instant boost to your confidence and self-esteem.
Consult the TRUST DENTAL team to find out whether you are a candidate for veneers.
Fillings & inlays
At TRUST Dental we can replace old, unsightly amalgam with natural-looking, tooth-coloured filling material. White fillings are usually made of composite resin. Nowadays the material comes in a wide range of shades that can be matched to your tooth’s dentine and enamel layers. Unlike amalgam, the material is bonded to the tooth and can even help to strengthen it.
For larger cavities, we can restore the tooth with an inlay. Inlays are made of porcelain and are fabricated in a dental laboratory specifically to fit your cavity. Inlays blend in with the tooth they are to restore. Because they are bonded, they strengthen the tooth and are very durable, lasting for many years.
White fillings can also be used to repair the sides of your teeth. The material is often applied in thin sections to restore chipped, worn or broken teeth, or to close gaps in between teeth.
Talk to James today to get the best advice for you.
James Main carries out a routine scale and polish as part of the TRUST Dental’s total lifetime care for teeth approach.
As a patient of TRUST Dental, our lead dentist is always there for you. James gives out his personal mobile phone to all patients of the practice and they can contact him out of hours for advice and when emergency treatment is required.
If you are not a patient of the practice, you can still contact James for emergency advice and treatment. Whilst advice is free, there will be a call out fee for any emergency out-of-hours treatment.