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Restore and rebuild: dental fillings, crowns and bonding

Make your smile look whole and feel great with restorative dental treatments

Treatment duration

Varies; one day to two weeks depending on the restoration


  • Composite fillings starting from £90
  • Crowns starting from £500

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Treatment duration

Varies; one day to two weeks depending on the restoration


  • Composite fillings starting from £90
  • Crowns starting from £500

Book an appointment

Request a dental check-up online today

Restorative dental treatments at a glance

  • Solutions for missing, damaged or decayed teeth
  • Fillings, inlays, crowns, bridges and composite bonding
  • Tooth-coloured restorations for a natural-looking finish
  • Flexible financing plans available to help you afford your care

Restorative dentistry

Restorative dentistry is equal parts medicine, science and art. If you need to have a damaged or painful tooth repaired, then visit us at The Mount. Our team of multidisciplinary dental specialists have extensive experience in restoring smiles. We aim to deliver a harmonious blend of beauty and function in our restorative treatments.

Problems restorative treatments can address

Chipped enamel

Misshapen teeth

Tooth decay

Discoloured teeth

Missing teeth

Cracked teeth


Dental fillings

Only tooth-coloured composite fillings are available here. Composite fillings require minimal tooth preparation and they are gentle on tooth enamel. They also blend in with your natural tooth hue so well that no one ever has to know how many fillings you have.

Dental crowns

Crowns are placed to strengthen and reinforce weak teeth. They also serve as restorations for dental implants and provide support to dental bridges. Dental bridges are actually restorative units that consist of dental crowns and a false tooth.

We make two kinds of crowns here at The Mount: eMax and metal covered with porcelain. Metal crowns are sturdy and their porcelain veneer helps them to match your other teeth. The eMax crowns do not contain any metal bits.

Dental inlays

An inlay can be described as a cross between a filling and a crown. We make the inlay out of a durable material and cast and cure it outside the mouth. Then, after removing decayed tooth matter and shaping the tooth, we fit and bond that solid inlay into your tooth just like fitting a piece into a puzzle.

Dental bonding

Composite bonding is when we use a small amount of composite filling material to shape and mould the edge of your tooth to give it a new look. This is a quick and subtle yet effective cosmetic treatment and it is well-suited to front teeth.

Restorative dental treatments near Pontefract, Barnsley, Doncaster and Castleford

For all of your restorative dental needs, visit our team here at The Mount. We offer basic dental treatments, cosmetic dental treatments, aesthetic facial treatments, oral surgery and much more all in one place.

We have both NHS and private treatments, and we offer flexible financing plans.

Access these treatments at one of our four locations:

Call us today to plan your visit or simply request an appointment online.

Answers to your questions about restorative dental treatments

  • How do I know if I need a dental crown?

    You may need a dental crown if you have a tooth with a large cavity or severe fracture. It is also possible to need a crown even when the problem is less obvious. That is why it is so important to see a dentist for a check-up to find out if you have any hidden issues that need to be addressed.

  • What should I do if I lose a dental filling?

    If a filling pops out, rinse your mouth with warm water to ensure you do not swallow any residue. Call your dentist to schedule a visit as soon as possible. If your exposed tooth is very sensitive, use a temporary dental cement or even a piece of sugar-free chewing gum to protect your tooth. Avoid chewing on that side of your mouth until you can get your tooth treated.

  • Are veneers and dental bonding the same thing?

    No, veneers and composite bonding are quite different, but they accomplish a similar goal. Both treatments can enhance the appearance of front teeth, but they do so in different ways. Veneers are solid pieces of porcelain that cover the entire front of the tooth, whereas composite bonding is a soft material moulded and then cured directly onto a portion of your tooth.

  • Is it possible to bleach my dental restorations?

    The colour of dental restorations cannot be changed once they are cured and set in the mouth. We recommend whitening your teeth, if possible, before getting other noticeable dental work done. This way, your new restorations will be coloured to match the brightest colour your teeth can possibly be. From then on, you can always whiten your teeth to match your restorations, since doing it the other way around is not possible.

  • My tooth doesn’t hurt. Why bother restoring it?

    You do not have to wait until a tooth hurts to fix it. Restoring a tooth can help strengthen it so that its condition does not worsen to the point of causing you pain. Your dentist may notice a potential problem long before it starts to bother you and recommend preemptive treatment to spare you the discomfort.

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