The Practice Our Treatments Your Smiles Patient Questions Contact Us

Practice address
94 Coventry Road, Clifton Villa,
Bedworth, Coventry, CV12 8NW

Contact details
Tel 02476 312256
fax 02476 315531

Request an appointment
Click here to request an appointment

Established in 1952 and Investors in People

Cosmetic treatments
Cosmetic treatments are designed to improve the appearance of your teeth, enhancing your smile and your confidence. We offer a range of cosmetic treatments, some of which are available to NHS as well as private patients.

Today’s dentures are becoming more and more natural looking and we always aim to match your dentures with your existing teeth. A denture is simply a plate with false teeth attached to it, made to fit the unique shape and size of your mouth so it’ll feel comfortable and secure. They can be used to replace a few missing teeth or a complete set.

A crown is an artificial tooth used to repair a single broken or damaged tooth. We offer a range of crowns including tooth coloured ones for a natural look and crowns made of ultra-durable materials such as gold, porcelain or dental composite.

Bridges can often be used to replace one or more missing teeth, in place of a partial denture. Usually, a crown will be fitted to the teeth either side of the missing tooth or teeth, with a false tooth or teeth firmly cemented in the middle. If you’d prefer, you can opt for a tooth-coloured bridge so it blends in with your existing teeth or choose one made from gold or a mixture of precious and non-precious metals.

A veneer is a thin layer of tooth coloured material, such as porcelain, used to ‘smooth over’ a chipped or damaged tooth, especially if the tooth is at the front of your mouth and you’re self-conscious about smiling. Once in place, a veneer is permanent and will blend in seamlessly with your existing teeth. Best of all, it’s a way of saving a tooth that’s only cosmetically or slightly damaged.

Tooth whitening
Tooth whitening is a great way to brighten up your smile or improve the look of stained or discoloured teeth, and as specialists in cosmetic dentistry we offer a range of professional whitening treatments. For instance, you can wear a mouth guard filled with whitening gel for a few hours each day, until your teeth lighten, or have light-activated whitening gel applied directly to your teeth at the practice. We’d be happy to discuss the options with you anytime.

Restorative treatments
Restorative treatments are used to correct the effects of dental problems such as tooth decay or gum disease. We offer a full range of restorative treatments, most of which are available to NHS and private patients. Wherever possible, we give our patients the help and advice they need to prevent oral problems of course. To find out how to keep your teeth and gums healthy please feel free to talk to your dentist or our hygienist.

If a tooth has been damaged by decay a filling can restore it to its natural shape and prevent any further damage being done. Usually, fillings are made of ultra-strong silver-coloured amalgam but we also offer tooth coloured fillings for a more flattering smile.

Endodontic treatment
Commonly known as root canal treatment, endodontics is used to treat a severely decayed or damaged tooth. Often the blood or nerve supply of the tooth will have become infected or is at risk of infection so to prevent you being in pain or losing your tooth we’ll remove any sign of infection and fill your tooth to stop it becoming infected again.

Periodontal treatment
Gum disease or periodontal disease is a bacterial gum infection caused by bacterial plaque or tartar (calcified plaque). The infection can destroy the fibres and supporting bone which hold your teeth in place, until they eventually become loose and may have to be removed. Some types of gum disease such as gingivitis can be cured, whilst periodontal disease can be managed by removing plaque and tartar from teeth and keeping teeth and gums scrupulously and hygienically clean.

If you have any worries about gum disease please don’t hesitate to talk to a member of our team and remember, the best way to treat gum disease is to prevent it by keeping your teeth free from plaque and tartar.

Specialist treatment
As a teaching practice for Coventry University we have access to a wide range of dental specialists and, if necessary, can refer you to a specialist oral or implant surgeon, periodontist, orthodontist or endodontist with many specialist treatments available directly at the practice. So you can be sure your teeth will always be in the very safest of hands.

© 2007 Coventry Road Dental Care.  Est 1952 Website by Hampson & Partners