The most commonly asked questions, answered
Tooth filling is indicated for the decay in the tooth that has not yet reached the pulp of the yet. It is a simple routine procedure which does not always require any anaesthetic. Decay in the tooth is removed with the help of a hand drill/bur. A lining material is then added to the cavity to protect the pulp and this is then filled with a suitable permanent material. Common filling materials are amalgam, glass ionomer cement and composite. Microleakage is a common complaint after tooth filling.
Submit a request for further information, a quotation or indicative cost. Your enquiry will be forwarded to up to 3 private healthcare providers. They will respond directly with further information.
20 page PDF guide to "going private" for insured and self-paying patients.
- Advice on choosing a doctor and hospital
- Checklist for comparing providers
- Understanding prices
Submit a request for further information, a quotation or indicative cost for private UK treatment.
- Your enquiry will be forwarded to up to 3 private healthcare providers
- They will respond directly with further information