Private Dental Treatments available in Crewe tailored to you 

Maintain a healthy smile with a comprehensive range of dental treatments we provide at our established practice in Crewe. As part of our extensive range of private dental care treatments, we provide treatments such as Fillings, Crowns, Bridges and Root Canals to name a few. Our expert dentists are committed to helping you achieve excellent oral health by creating personalised plans for every patient to ensure you receive the best and most suitable treatment for you.


Why choose Private Dental Treatments?

Inevitably we get many people asking why they should pay for private care. The demand for private dental care continues to be on the rise and below are some of the key reasons why as we hear from our patients at Crewe Dental Care:

  • A wider choice of dental treatment options across general and cosmetic dentistry in which you can personalise to suit your dental needs
  • We offer evening and weekend appointments for routine treatments and emergency care
  • Access to a greater range of materials and equipment that sit at the cutting-edge of modern dentistry
  • Time to discuss your case, identify the best treatment plan and carry out that treatment to your satisfaction 

White Fillings

When your tooth shows signs of decay, your dentist can help to stop it before any further damage is caused. Fillings are applied to small and developing cavities to restore your tooth back to its normal shape and prevent any further decay.


Root Canals

Also known as endodontics, a root canal treatment is required when the blood or nerve supply of the tooth becomes infected by decay or injury. The infection is likely to spread through to the root canal of the tooth, which is why treatment is essential.


A crown is an artificial restoration that fits over the remaining part of a prepared tooth, making it strong and giving it the same shape of a natural tooth. A crown is sometimes known as a ‘cap’. Crowns are an ideal restoration for teeth that have been broken, weakened by decay, or where there has been a very large filling. We usually use porcelain, gold, or a combination of these materials for the crown.

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Besides having dental implants, there are two main ways to replace missing teeth. The first is with a removable false tooth or teeth – a partial denture. The second is with a fixed bridge. Traditionally, we use dental bridges when there are fewer teeth to replace, or when the missing teeth are only on one side of the mouth. We use a precious metal base for our bridges.



Replacing lost or missing teeth has substantial benefits for your health and appearance. A complete or full denture replaces the natural teeth and provides support for cheeks and lips. Without this support, sagging facial muscles can make a person appear older and reduce their ability to eat and speak.


Inlays & Onlays 

You may have spotted some decay that cannot be resolved with a filling. Therefore, the next step is to cover the damage and restore your tooth by getting a Dental Inlay or Onlay. This treatment bridges the gap between a small filling and the need to cover the tooth entirely with a crown.

Broken Teeth 

Nearly 1 in 10 dental patients need help with a broken tooth. The slightest chip in the tooth can quickly become a severe and painful dental problem. The sooner you treat a broken or chipped tooth, the less you’ll have to pay for treatment. Chips in teeth can also be symptomatic of a fundamental structural issue.

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Composite Bonding 

Composite bonding works by building up special, highly resilient material over the existing teeth. This means we don't need to do any drilling or tooth shaving. Composite bonding can transform gaps, chips, cracks and discoloured teeth to match the rest of your smile

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We try our best to save teeth, but sometimes the tooth cannot be saved and the best option for you is to remove it. We appreciate that the loss of a tooth can be hard, and we will always try to make it as pleasant and comfortable as possible. It’s vital you follow all aftercare advice to ensure your mouth heals properly and to prevent infection:

  • Avoid eating hot food, do not smoke or drink alcohol. Try not to disturb any blood clot which may have formed in 24 hours
  • Avoid rinsing your mouth for 24 hours after extraction. After this period, rinse gently with warm salty water
  • Keep your mouth clean by brushing your teeth as you usually would
  • Occasionally small pieces of bone may appear out of the socket, this is normal, so please do not panic
  • You may experience swelling and some discomfort for the first 2-3 days. We advise taking ordinary painkillers such as aspirin, ibuprofen or paracetamol for the pain
  • Sometimes when the blood clot has broken down after the tooth extraction, you are left in pain and with an empty hole in your gum. This is otherwise known as a ‘dry socket’ and should be checked out by one of our dentists as soon as possible
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Nervous Patients Welcome 

Here at Crewe Dental Care we are experienced and skilled in treating patients who have a phobia of the dentist. As a practice
we are committed to ensuring all patients leave our surgery feeling calm and satisfied with the treatment provided. Therefore, we put measures in place to ensure even the most nervous of patients feel comfortable and at ease when visiting us. 

When booking your dental appointment, please inform our team about your worries and concerns as we will do our best to accommodate to your needs. For example, you may have a preferred time/day to come in or you may decide to bring a friend with you for support. Your friend
can either sit in the room while our dentists carry out the treatment or they can wait outside in the waiting area.

As a dedicated and compassionate team of clinicians, our mission is to ensure you have a positive experience when visiting our practice and we always go the extra mile to achieve this.