Dental Treatments

Available at Parkway

Here at The Parkway, our treatments can have a transformative effect on the lives of our patients. We offer a full range of treatments right here in Swansea, so whether you come to us for a regular examination, general dentistry treatments such as fillings, crowns or bridges, or cosmetic dentistry including teeth whitening and veneers, you’ll benefit from the same commitment to the highest standards of excellence.

We welcome patients from all over South Wales – and beyond – and of all ages to our clinic. They enjoy the comfortable surroundings and benefit from some of the most highly skilled staff in the area.

On the following pages you can read about the full range of treatments we offer, from sophisticated techniques such as placing dental implants to tried-and-tested cosmetic solutions.

Dental Treatments

Our Full Treatment Range
Oral Surgery
G.A & Sedation

Dental Treatments include, Dental Health Review, Hygiene Services, Fillings, Extractions, Root Canals, Crowns, Bridges, Dentures, Implants, TMJ & Joint Pain, Facial Pain & Mouth/Night Guards.

Cosmetic Treatments Include, Facial Aesthetics, Tooth Whitening, Smile Makeovers, Veneers, Full Mouth Reconstruction, Wedding Day Smile Makeovers, Crowns, Bridges & Implants.

Oral Surgery Include Wisdom Teeth Removal, Removal of Lumps and Bumps, Tongue Ties & Extractions for Orthodontic Treatments.

We offer a range of Orthodontic Treatments including Invisalign, Six Month Smiles, Clearsmile & Inman Aligners.

Suffer From a Dental Phobia? Or Would You Prefer to Snooze Through Your Procedure? The Majority of Our Treatments are Avaialble with General Anaestheticc and Sedation When Suitable.

Regular Examinations to Maintain Your Oral Health

Dental Health Review

Regular examinations to maintain excellent oral health.

A lifetime of good oral health starts with a successful basic routine: a meticulously conducted dental check-up twice a year, brushing your teeth in the morning and evening with a fluoride toothpaste, cleaning between the teeth with floss or an inter-dental brush, and cutting down on sugary drinks and snacks.

Preventing bad breath and tooth loss through gum disease

Hygiene Services

Skilled Hygienists help solve problems like bad breath and prevent tooth loss through gum disease. You should never underestimate the importance of regular Hygienist visits in maintaining excellent dental health…or the difference that a clean and healthy mouth makes to our overall sense of well-being.

Tooth Coloured "White Fillings"


A tried and tested general dentistry treatment, fillings prolong the lives of teeth and often prevent more intrusive or complicated treatments. The functionality of fillings is not in doubt, but now many people understandably demand more aesthetically pleasing dental treatments for a more natural-looking smile.

Relieving anxiety if you need to have a tooth removed.


A very common reason for extraction involves a tooth that is too badly damaged, from trauma or decay, to be repaired. At The Parkway, we are committed to the principle that permanent teeth can last a lifetime and we will always do our best to preserve your natural teeth wherever we possibly can. Nevertheless, teeth that have become damaged or decayed do sometimes need to be extracted.

Restoring damaged teeth with durable, natural-looking crowns.

Dental Crowns

Also known as a ‘cap’, a crown is a permanent protective covering which the Dentist places over a tooth using dental adhesive or cement.

Crowns are often used to restore teeth which have been fractured or damaged by large areas of decay. They can also be used to correct minor problems in natural teeth, such as poor spacing, irregular shape or even discoloration.

Bridge the Gap.

Dental Bridges

Like crowns, bridges are cemented onto existing teeth or implants to provide a permanent solution to tooth loss. An effective alternative to dentures, they are cemented to the natural teeth on either side of the empty space to be filled. Much of the process of having a bridge fitted is similar to that of a crown. The teeth are prepared and then crowned to serve as anchors for the bridge.

Better fitting, natural-looking dentures.


Dentures or ‘false teeth’ are designed to replace missing teeth. This equally applies to people who are missing a few teeth, as well as those who have lost all of their teeth. They look and behave in the same way as your natural teeth and have proved to be a popular alternative to missing teeth
The ultimate long lasting solution to tooth loss

Dental Implants

A Dental Implant is an artificial tooth root substitute, commonly a screw or cylinder shape, placed carefully at a precise location of an intended tooth replacement. Once fitted, it provides the foundation for the long-term support of replacement teeth, crowns, bridges or dentures. The result is often not only an enhanced smile, but also a more youthful appearance.

Reliable protection for sports players and teeth grinders

Mouth/Night Guards

Fractured facial bones are common amongst cricketers, boxers and hockey players, where the player is either hit by an accelerating ball or racquet and stress fractures from repetitive blunt force in boxing. Batting helmets and face guards are used to protect against such injury. The mouth, lips, teeth, gums, jaws, tongue and cheek are vulnerable to blows that can cause tears, fractures and even concussion, depending on the impact. Mouth protection is a requirement for sports like boxing, hockey, rugby and squash, where collision and trauma may be high. These guards should fit the mouth appropriately, be durable and adequately cleaned between wear for activities.

Effective treatment for jaw problems

TMJ/Facial Pain

Temporomandibular joint disorder, commonly known as TMJ or TMD, is a term used to describe symptoms affecting the temporomandibular joint – the joint that attaches the lower jaw to the side of the head. You can feel it if you situate your fingers on the side of the face underneath the ears.

TMJ disorder is relatively common, but it is not fully understood by many people. A lot of patients will have been diagnosed with TMJ disorder without really knowing what it is and research into symptoms and signs of TMJ disorder are on-going.

Make an appointment

Dentistry is changing and we at the Parkway are at the forefront of that change. We understand that our patients live a busy lifestyle and that arranging a dental appointment can be a bit of a hassle – this is why we are pleased to introduce our Book Online Service.

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