Our team of dentists have a preventative approach and they are concerned with the care and maintenance of your teeth. We place emphasis on preventative care as well as undertaking restorative treatments. We have patients based in Newgate, Morpeth, Loansdean, Woodhorn, Cramlington and surrounding areas, Get in touch with our dental surgery today.
Newgate Dental Solutions offers a wide range of treatments for the whole family
You have many choices when it comes to restoring damaged or decayed teeth. You may choose to have a 'tooth coloured' filling or a silver restoration. Teeth can be filled with a variety of materials including gold, amalgam, mercury, porcelain and composite resin.
These are artificial teeth which can be fitted over broken or damaged teeth. These will maintain the tooth's structure and protect the tooth from further damage. Dental crowns can satisfy your functional and aesthetic needs.
A 'bridge' is a structure which contains an artificial tooth or ‘Pontic’ which is anchored to a couple of crowns. These crowns fit over the natural teeth on either side of a gap which help to secure the false tooth in place and so ensure a natural looking appearance.
A root canal is a procedure is carried when the tissue or ‘pulp’ within a tooth becomes infected. This can happen as a result of tooth decay, a leaky filling or damage to the tooth. It involves removing the infection by removing the infected pulp and sealing with a filling or crown.
If you have quite a few teeth missing, as a result of an accident or disease then dentures can help. They are removable false teeth which look and behave in much the same way as natural teeth.
This can take the form of a ‘scale & polish’ or advice on brushing and flossing. Our full time Dental Hygienist guides patients into a good routine for their dental health. Professional teeth cleaning is used in addition to routine home care.
Oral & Maxillofacial
This is the technical term used to describe procedures for the mouth, face and jaw. Includes dental implants and treatment for temporomandibular joint syndrome (TMJ).