General Dentistry

Treatment

Excellent dental care is provided by the Yardley Clinic to patients in the Birmingham region. There is an emergency dental service available if required.

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General Dentistry
General Dentistry

Routine Check-ups 

We believe that prevention is better than curing. Regularly visiting your dentist and hygienists for a check-up ensures that we catch any issues more quickly and improves the overall health of your teeth.

After all, we’re a friendly bunch here at The Yardley Clinic, Birmingham!

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Fillings

One of the most common types of dental treatment carried out by any general dentist is a filling. These are used to treat cavities when they form. The procedure involves your dentist removing the decayed portion of your tooth and then filling the gap to prevent further decay.

Dental fillings

Root Canal

When the nerve of the tooth is compromised due to a crack or cavity bringing infection into your tooth, it may be necessary to have a root canal.

Dental root canal

Crowns 

If you have missing teeth, they can leave gaps in your smile. Not only that, but they can also put you at a greater risk of developing decay. Having crowns placed will help restore function to your bite and improve your confidence.

Dental crowns

Tooth Extraction 

If your tooth is damaged or decayed and can’t be repaired with a filling or crown first, your dentist may decide to remove (extract) the tooth as a last resort.

Tooth Extraction

Dentures

A denture is a removable replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. Two types of dentures are available at Homesteads Dental Care : complete and partial dentures.

Teeth dentures

Dental Bridges

If you’re suffering from tooth loss? Did you know that a dental bridge restores that and fills the gap between missing teeth.

You will only be eligible for a dental bridge if you have strong teeth with good bone support. Thankfully, they are also available on the NHS!

Dental bridges

Contact The Yardley Clinic Today!

To book an appointment with one of our expert composite dentists, call us on 0121 752 3300 or email our reception team at info@theyardleyclinic.co.uk and we’ll respond to your enquiry as soon as possible!

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