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Why choose Field House Dental Practice?

From the first consultation through to the end of the treatment process, we make sure our patients are well informed about what will be involved.

At Field House Dental Practice, we offer a wide range of restorative dentistry treatments to get your teeth back to their former selves.

Restorative dentistry is required when teeth have been affected by disease or trauma, or to replace previous dentistry work that has failed or worn out.

Composite resin restorations

Composite resin is most commonly used to replace old and failed amalgam fillings on back teeth. It is also used to restore decayed, chipped and cracked teeth.

Composite bonding is a process where tooth coloured materials are applied to the tooth and shaped to achieve a natural appearance. Find out more about composite bonding here.

Ceramic onlays and crowns

Weak teeth will often need a ceramic onlay or crown to strengthen them. Ceramic onlays are used when a tooth has been fractured, has a large filling or a significant crack.

Ceramic crowns are used to protect and restore a broken, weakened or heavily filled tooth. It can also be used to improve the appearance of discoloured or crooked teeth.

Crowns can be colour matched to your existing teeth, giving them a natural appearance. We routinely use digital photography to ensure the best colour match possible.


Bridges are used to replace missing teeth. The teeth on either side of the gap will be prepared to receive the bridgework which goes from tooth to tooth.

Bridges were always considered to be the best way to replace missing teeth but dental implants have now overtaken this.

We tend not to use a bridge as a permanent solution anymore unless there is a reason why a dental implant cannot be fitted.


Root Canal Treatment

Root canal treatment, or endodontic therapy, is necessary when the pulp of the tooth becomes infected and starts to destroy the nerve of the tooth. Treatment is also carried out when trauma occurs in a tooth.

Once the pulp becomes infected, it can become very painful and can’t heal by itself. A root canal treatment is carried out to clean out the infected pulp and disinfect the canals of the tooth.

This is Dr Janet Ibbotts’ area of special interest and she continues to push the practice forwards with her postgraduate study in this area.

Night time bite guards

Teeth grinding, or bruxism, can destroy your teeth, as well as give you headaches and jaw ache. You may not notice that you suffer from bruxism as it often happens during sleep.

However, if you do notice that you are grinding your teeth, we would recommend using a night guard to prevent any further damage from occurring.

The study of jaw joints, bites and bite related symptoms is one of Dr Chris Ibbotts areas of special interest.

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