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General Dentistry

Here at Blueberry Dental Practice we pride ourselves on using the latest general dentistry techniques and we actively encourage preventative methods which we believe helps our patients to understand how to maintain the health of your mouth and keep it free of cavities and gum disease.

Our highly experienced dental team is able to provide an extensive range of treatments for our patients, from the routine to cosmetic dentistry. Whether it’s a straightforward white filling or beautiful veneers, we will carry out your treatment to the highest possible standard.


Preventative Dentistry

At Blueberry Dental, our ethos is rooted in the philosophy of preventative dentistry because we believe in the power of proactive measures for maintaining excellent oral health. As a team of dedicated dental professionals, we prioritize patient education and empowerment, working closely with each individual to create personalized oral hygiene plans. Regular dental check-ups, professional cleanings, and thorough patient education on proper dental care techniques are the cornerstones of our approach. By focusing on prevention, we aim to help our patients avoid potential dental problems and promote long-lasting smiles that radiate confidence and well-being.

Tooth Coloured Fillings

There are many reasons why a tooth may need a filling. At our Bracknell dental surgery we not only aim to restore your teeth back to health, but our tooth coloured fillings look natural and feel comfortable so you can eat and smile with confidence.

If cavities (or decay) within the tooth are ignored, this will eventually lead to further decay and loss of that particular tooth. This is why it’s so important to treat cavities as early as possible. Many people have amalgam (metal) fillings, but Composite Resin fillings are becoming increasingly popular. Known commonly as white fillings, they ensure a totally natural smile. Ask us about tooth coloured fillings at your next visit.

Root Canal Treatment

Root canal treatment is a dental procedure designed to save a severely damaged or infected tooth from extraction. During the procedure, the dentist carefully removes the infected pulp, nerves, and bacteria from the tooth's interior, cleans and disinfects the root canals, and then fills them with a special material. Finally, the tooth is sealed with a dental crown or filling to restore its strength and protect it from further damage. Root canal is generally performed under local anesthesia, ensuring that you feel minimal discomfort during the procedure. With modern techniques and advancements in dental technology, root canals are now more efficient and less painful than ever, allowing patients to preserve their natural teeth and maintain their beautiful smiles.


There are many reasons people lose their natural teeth, whether from periodontal disease, tooth decay or even injury. A complete or partial set of dentures can replace your missing teeth and restore your smile. The process of making dentures can take about a month, with several appointments needed. There are various types of dentures, depending on your specific needs and budget. When you first start wearing your dentures you may feel some minor irritation or they may feel strange, but these problems will quickly disappear as your mouth acclimatises to the new dentures. Ask our friendly staff about which dentures are right for you, we’re always happy to help.


Dental crowns are usually made out of porcelain or gold and cover the whole tooth at the gum-line. They are usually used to strengthen or restore a tooth to its correct shape, or for cosmetic reasons.


Dentists use Dental Bridges to fill empty gaps in the mouth where there may be missing teeth. Dental bridges are supported by the patient’s natural teeth or implants. As with dentures, there are different types of bridges available, depending on your unique requirements.

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