Manor House Dental :: General Dentistry Birmingham

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  • Monday 8.30am to 5.30pm
  • Tuesday 8.30am to 5pm
  • Wednesday 8.30am to 12.30pm
  • Thursday 10.15am to 7.45pm
  • Friday 8.30am to 5.30pm

General Dentistry Birmingham

General dentistry

General dentistry is the foundation of what we do. Whether you’d like a routine check up, are interested in hygienist services, or need an emergency appointment, we can help.
Our general dentistry can be made up from our root canal treatment, dental fillings and dentures. We also can provide IV sedation for our more nervous patients. Book an appointment with our friendly team and will ensure you get the best care as a valued customer.

Emergency appointments

We find that emergency treatments can happen often and some people are often left without any help at the spare of the moment.If you’re in pain or discomfort, and you need to see a dentist urgently, we can help you. Book an emergency dentist appointment with us.

Our friendly team is here for you to ensure you are immediately seen by a dentist as soon as possible. We will put you at ease and communicate on how we can support you.

Dental Hygiene Treatments

We have an excellent dental hygienist in our team, who advocates the belief that prevention is much better than cure when it comes to safeguarding your oral health. Severe gum disease causes at least one-third of adult tooth loss. We provide general hygiene services, airflow polish and gum treatment Our dental hygienist is specially trained to work with your dentist to provide care tailored to your needs.
Do you have gum disease?
Gum disease is described as swelling, soreness or infection of the tissues supporting the teeth. There are two main forms of gum disease: gingivitis and periodontal disease.

Gingivitis is inflammation of the gums. This is when the gums around the teeth become very red and swollen. Often the swollen gums bleed when they are brushed during cleaning. Long-standing gingivitis can turn into periodontal disease. There are a number of types of periodontal disease and they all affect the tissues supporting the teeth. As the disease gets worse, the bone anchoring the teeth in the jaw is lost, making the teeth loose. If this is not treated, the teeth may eventually fall out.


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