Cancel | Bow Lane Dental in London

Our dental clinic is open and you can read our COVID-safe procedures here.

We have unfortunately had to temporarily stop our beauty treatments in line with Government regulations. All existing appointments will be rescheduled.

CEREC system

Thanks to CEREC, we can provide our patients with bespoke precision fit ceramic inlays, onlays, crowns and veneers in only one appointment. This unique CAD/CAM system has been in use for almost 30 years and we are one of only several providers of CEREC restorations in the Midlands Region. Worldwide, more than 30 million tooth restorations have been produced with the CEREC system.

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What is CEREC?

CEREC stands for “Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics” and is a computer-aided design and manufacturing system for dentists. CEREC combines a camera, computer, and milling instrument into one machine allowing tooth restorations to be created in the dentist office, all within a single visit.

The CEREC system helps you fix damaged or unsightly teeth. Whether you’re looking for a more radiant smile or your teeth are decaying and need to be repaired, CEREC can help.

There are 3 common treatments where CEREC helps:

Crowns

This is a cap for your tooth. A crown covers your tooth, restoring its shape, size, and appearance.

A crown may be necessary to strengthen a decaying or cracked tooth, restore a broken tooth, support a tooth with a large filling, or make a cosmetic change. Additionally, crowns are the last step of a root canal.

Veneers

A dental veneer is a thin, custom-made shell that covers the front surface of your tooth.

Veneers are largely used for cosmetic reasons, such as improving the look of discolored, misaligned, or irregularly shaped teeth. Veneers can also help restore teeth that are chipped or broken.

Onlays

If your tooth is too damaged to support dental filling, but not quite damaged enough for a crown, a dental onlay might be the answer.

A dental onlay, sometimes also referred to as a partial crown, covers one or more cusps of the entire biting surface of your tooth.

Traditionally, these 3 restorations are fabricated at a local lab, often taking weeks to create. But with CEREC, everything can be done in just one visit to your dentist’s office.

Brilliant care as usual from Jade. Just a check up and clean but she is very caring.

Lee Gillson

I recently saw Jade for my routine dental exam. She was very thorough and took the time to explain everything to me. Very happy.

David Spendloff

I have been so impressed with the level of understanding, care & procedure I have received from Aleksandra & her team in Ashby. I would happily encourage anyone to visit her.

Jackie leech

Are there aspects of your smile you would like to change?

CEREC uses advanced computer-aided design technology and software to create perfect, natural-looking restorations in just a few minutes. Thanks to this technology, visiting your dentist for a tooth restoration is a simple and non-invasive procedure.

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  • Preserve your tooth structure

Is it time to preserve a bad tooth? Is it time to boost your self esteem? Book an appointment with us today.

Frequently asked questions about check-ups at TG’s Dental Suite

How often should I have a dental check-up?

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Preventative treatment is better than reactive treatment, so it’s important that you have regular dental check-ups every 6 - 12 months, as these help us to keep on top of your oral health and hygiene, detect problems at the earliest signs, and perform dental treatments to address them before they become more serious.

What happens at a dental check-up? 

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Routine dental check-ups include visual examinations of your teeth, gums and mouth and allow us to determine how healthy your teeth are. X-rays and digital photographs may be taken during a routine check-up for us to be able to assess your overall dental health.

How often should I have a dental hygiene appointment?

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Much like a regular check-up, it’s a good idea to have a dental hygiene appointment every 6 - 12 months to maintain optimal teeth and gum health, take care of any plaque and bacteria build-up, and reduce the risk of tooth decay and tooth infections.

What happens at a dental hygiene appointment?

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Our experienced dental hygienist will start by assessing your gum health and checking for any build-up of plaque and early warning signs of gum disease. They’ll then perform a thorough clean and scale to remove plaque and finish with a polish to make sure you leave with sparkly teeth and healthy gums.

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01530 415521

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TG's Dental Suite Leicester is on the move.

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