Raynesway Dental | Derby

Restore Your Smile, Function & Confidence

Our dental practice in Derby offers a full range of restorative treatments to help your mouth become fully functional once more. The services provided by our talented, highly qualified dentists include endodontic treatment and repairing broken teeth and replacing damaged or decayed ones with crowns, bridges, and dentures.

Restorative dentistry is vitally important and will help restore your smile and your confidence. It is important that broken teeth are treated, even if they are out of sight, to prevent decay and gum disease and to maintain oral form, overall tooth structure and a healthy and full smile.

We have two talented dentists with special interests. Ravi Talati who has a special interest in implants and Sonia Tank who has a special interest in facial rejuvination treatments for over 10 years here at Raynesway.

Don’t suffer the discomfort of a mouth that doesn’t work properly. We have an excellent reputation for our restorative treatments, so please call us to book a consultation.


  • Recondition your mouth and boost your quality of life with our sensibly priced restorative treatments that enable you to eat, chew and smile with confidence.
  • Excellent dentists and supporting team with many years’ experience to ensure you are well cared for at every step.
  • The team at Raynesway Dental invests in the latest technology for a quality outcome and our patients’ peace of mind.


What are dental bridges?

Bridges restore a full smile and help maintain the shape of the face. They provide the ability to speak and chew properly and prevent your teeth from moving out of position. As the name suggests, dental bridges bridge the gap left by missing teeth. A bridge is generally made up of a crown on each of the teeth adjoining the gap and a false tooth to replace each of the missing teeth.

What is a crown and do I need one?

A crown is a cap placed over an existing tooth to restore its strength, shape and size and to improve the tooth’s appearance. When cemented in place, the crown encases the visible portion of the existing tooth.

Crowns are utilised in a number of situations. They restore broken or worn down teeth and protect weak or broken teeth from decay and further breakage. Crowns also hold dental bridges in place and cover dental implants and discoloured or misshapen teeth.

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How can you repair a broken tooth?

This depends on the severity of the break. If the tooth can’t be saved, we may need to create a bridge or denture to replace it. If the tooth root is still sound, we could use a crown. And if the tooth has just been chipped or broken, we can use composite bonding that helps conserve healthy tooth tissue and naturally strengthens the remaining tooth.

Composite bonding is a quick, painless and reversible technique is particularly useful when creating less invasive crowns, bridges and reconstructions, closing unsightly gaps and revitalising old or worn teeth, making them whiter. Layers of super-strong and long lasting filling material is perfectly colour-matched with your teeth and built up to look like your natural teeth.

Why is root canal treatment necessary?

When a tooth has suffered trauma, has a deep decay or a large restoration, bacteria could reach the pulp. The injured pulp tissue can eventually die and the root canal could become infected causing pain or abscess. In severe cases this infection could spread to the surrounding bone. If root canal treatment is not performed the tooth may have to be removed.