We’re continually researching and investing in the latest technology, so we can give you competitively priced private restorations without compromising on quality.
Private High-Impact Full Dentures
Unlike many others, our dentures won’t sacrifice flexural strength in place of high impact strength.
Lucitone 199® exceeds all other acrylic denture base materials tested for impact strength and has greater resistance to flexure fatigue. The product’s fine powder also ensures a dense compact mix, avoiding porosity or raised bites.
We provide flexible dentures that are thin, lightweight, comfortable and extremely durable. They offer unparalleled simplicity, comfort and aesthetics; a modern twist on a classic product.
Private CAD-CAM Chrome-Cobalt and Acrylic/Thermoplastic
We’re one of the only UK labs to offer CAD-CAM Chrome-Cobalt frames. Our industry-standard, CAD-designed Chrome-Cobalt is scanned and surveyed using the latest 3Shape® software, ensuring superior accuracy and fit.
GC GRADIA® Composite Inlays/Crown/Veneer
Unlike conventional composites, as well as providing the benefits of strength and durability, this light-cured Micro-Ceramic-Composite system delivers restorations with a colour tone close to natural teeth.
IPS e.max® Crowns and Veneers, Inlays/Onlays/Crown/Veneer
IPS e.max® combines uniqueness and high performance, with materials that demonstrate exceptional esthetics, as well as optimum strength.
Private Porcelain Bonded Crowns (CAD-CAD)
Our private metal bonded crowns are traditionally laminated using porcelain and the metal sub-structure below is CAD designed and CAM milled to offer a precise and accurate fit, resulting in the best of both worlds.
Layered Zirconia Crown and Bridge
A superior product, suitable for full-arch, long span bridges. It can also be dipped in to exact Vita® shades.
Full Zirconia Crown and Bridge
Our fracture-free Full Zirconia Crown is an ideal replacement for Full Gold Crowns.
Did you know: choosing a Full Zirconia Crown over a traditional Full Gold Crown will save you approximately £40 per restoration?