These treatments can restore full function and improve the aesthetic appearance of the tooth. They are long-lasting, strong, durable and easy to clean. They are made specifically for you by our dental laboratory to ensure a perfect fit.
We are highly experienced in the placement of dental inlays, crowns & veneers and as a ‘Dental foundation training’ approved practice we are experienced enough to train other dentists in the procedures.
Dental inlays are porcelain, composite or metal reconstructions that are made specifically for you and bonded to the surface of your tooth to rebuild and protect it.
Dental crowns sit on the biting surface of the tooth. Dental Crowns are available on the NHS and our private patients can choose from Bonded Crowns, Gold Crowns, E-MAX Crowns or Zirconia Crowns.
Dental veneers are made from thin layers of porcelain that covers the front surface of your tooth. They are a great way of providing an ‘instant fix’ for worn, chipped, discoloured or misaligned teeth.
Which is right for me, an inlay or a crown?
The answer depends on the level of decay or damage to the tooth. Whilst both options have a similar function in protecting a tooth they are used in different circumstances. Your dentist will advise you of the most appropriate option during a consultation.
Will an inlay or crown be visible?
We take great care to ensure dental inlays and crowns provide a tight fit and match the colour of your existing teeth.
0121 749 4980
5 Station Buildings, Birmingham Road, Water Orton, Birmingham, B46 1SR
Mon: 8am - 1pm / 2pm - 5pm
Tue: 8am - 1pm / 2pm - 5pm
Wed: 8am - 1pm / 2pm - 5pm
Thu: 8am - 1pm / 2pm - 5pm
Fri: 8am - 2pm
Please note the practice is closed for Bank Holiday’s
Dr Zubair Sacranie - BDS MFDS RCSEd MMed Sci (Dental Implantology) & Associates
Following Thursday 28th May’s daily COVID update from Downing Street, we wanted to update you on the current situation at the practice. The Prime Minister announced that dental practices will be reopening from the 8th June 2020.
While we are returning to face to face contact with patents, this will be a slow and gradual process and unfortunately appointments cannot be booked directly with our reception team. Existing patients undergoing courses of treatment or those patients who have been triaged by our dentists and are still experiencing problems will be prioritised.
During this Phase 1 of reopening we will be seeing some patients for emergency dental treatment only who have not been able to be helped by advice over the phone. To make one of these appointments, please contact the practice where you will be triaged by one of our dentists initially.
Although we may be ‘open’ we must stress that it will not be business as usual immediately. There will be many changes in the way we need to work and it may still be sometime before we can reconvene routine dentistry.
Please look out for further updates in the coming days on our website as this will be reviewed on a regular basis.
On behalf of Water Orton Dental Centre I would like to thank all of you for your patience and please know that we are working as hard as possible to ensure that we work within government guidance to slowly return to our normal service.
Thank you for your patience.
Mrs Danni Phoenix - Practice Manager
Water Orton Dental Centre