Dental Treatment

Our primary concern at Ridgemount Dental is the dental health of our patients. Over the years, we have developed experience in all aspects of dental care and are able to offer a wide range of treatment options.


During a routine examination, Dr. Kumar will thoroughly check the teeth and gums for any potential problems. Patients are also encouraged to discuss any concerns they may have about their dental health.

During an examination of a new patient, X-rays will also be taken to ensure there are no underlying problems.

Bad breath & Gum disease

Bad breath is a very common problem, with an estimated 60% of people suffering from it.

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Tooth decay & Fissure sealants

Dr. Kumar is highly qualified and able to provide you with the care and information needed to prevent decay.

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Fillings & Crowns

A filling replaces the part of a tooth that has been lost because of decay, accidental damage, etc...

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Veneers & Tooth Whitening

A veneer is a porcelain facing which covers the front of a tooth to correct any dark marks.

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Root canal treatment & Tooth sensitivity

Root canal treatment is required when a tooth becomes very painful.

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Dentures & Sport guards

A denture is a removable appliance used to replace missing teeth and adjacent gum tissues.

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Topical fluoride application

Topical fluorides are applied to the teeth to make the surface more resistant to the acid produced by bacteria. They also promote the remineralisation of decayed areas which may reverse the decay process and prevent the need for a filling.

Scale and polish

We provide a scale and polish treatment with our hygienist which removes any plaque and tartar deposits that have built up over time. This treatment leaves the mouth fresh and teeth sparkling.


Whilst we offer a wide variety of treatments, in some cases it may be necessary to refer patients to colleagues who have specific qualifications in certain types of treatment, for example tooth straightening.

In the case of orthodontics, patients can be referred to a consultant orthodontist either for free, covered under the NHS, or privately.