Fissure sealants or dental sealants refers to a plastic which the dentist bonds into the grooves of the chewing surface of a tooth as a means of helping to prevent the formation of tooth decay (cavities).
Oral Cancer Screening
Both the Dentist and Hygienist will regularly screen for oral cancer which is easily treatable if detected early.
Our hygienists will help you maintain a confident healthy smile and advise you on how to do this at home.
We have the most advanced equipment and materials to ensure long lasting restorations.
Root Canal Therapy
This treatment may be necessary to save a badly broken or painful tooth. We have a dentist who specialises in this treatment. He uses the latest equipment and magnification loops to ensure comfortable, high quality results.
Tooth extraction is the last resort. We will try to prevent tooth loss and will advise you on how to avoid this in the future.
A wide variety of crowns are available, ranging from natural looking porcelain to gold alloy.
We provide comfortable, natural looking and long lasting dentures.
A bridge will replace missing teeth with minimum intervention.
Gas & Air (Laughing Gas)
This treatment may be required if you are anxious or have dental phobias.
Losing your natural teeth can be both distressing and damaging to your health. It could affect your confidence in your smile as well as your ability to chew food or speak properly.
A denture replaces missing teeth and adjacent tissues. Unlike dental implants, a denture is removable. Made of resin and porcelain, complete dentures are used to replace all the teeth. When some healthy teeth remain, a partial denture can be used. A partial denture also keeps the remaining healthy teeth from shifting position in the mouth.
Dentures made by us at Elite Dental do more than replace the teeth, they are fit “neuromuscularly” meaning they are precision fit to provide the most optimum position for your jaw and bite, assuring comfort and are aesthetically beautiful. Full and partial dentures improve chewing ability and speech, they also support facial muscles as well as enhance appearance.
If you grind your teeth while you're asleep, it may help to wear a mouth guard at night.
Mouth guards and splints even out the pressure across your jaw and create a physical barrier between your upper and lower teeth to protect them from further damage. They can also reduce any grinding noises you make at night.
Everyone enjoys sports but it can be rough on your teeth ! Sports related injuries are quite common, especially teeth being chipped or corners of teeth being sheared off. This usually occurs as a result of the teeth impacting against each other. As they are custom made they are suitable for both adults and children. An adult mouth guard will last a few years, with the correct care. For school pupils, the sports shield will usually need replacing once a year as the mouth and teeth are still changing.