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Dental Care Services

Dental Examination

Your first dental visit typically involves a comprehensive examination of your teeth, gums, and the other structures in and around your mouth. You will be asked by your dentist if you have any specific concerns or questions about your own oral health. Read More...

 

Digital Radiographs / X-Rays

Digital x-rays are utilized by your dentist to have a closer investigation of the health of your teeth and surrounding structures. X-rays allow your dentist to check between your teeth for any signs of decay. Read More...

 

Scale & Clean

We highly recommend a scale and polish of your teeth every 6 months unless otherwise advised. During this procedure, calcified plaque is removed from along and above the gum line and your teeth are polished to remove surface stains. Read More...

 

Teeth Whitening (Bleaching)

Teeth whitening is one of the most common cosmetic dental procedures requested by our clients today. It is a non-invasive method used to lighten and brighten the shade of your naturally existing teeth. Read More...

 

Veneers

Veneers are a thin tooth coloured facing bonded to the front of your tooth. They are an excellent option for treating teeth that are chipped, discoloured or slightly misaligned. Veneers can also be used to close gaps between your front teeth. Read More...

 

Crowns

A crown is a cap made of porcelain and/or metal alloy, which is designed to fully cover and restore the existing tooth. Crowns are usually recommended for teeth that are heavily broken down, decayed or cracked and can no longer be restored with just a filling. Read More...

 

Root Canal Therapy

The aim of Root Canal therapy (also known as endodontic treatment) is to save a tooth that has been badly damaged due to trauma or decay. When the damage is too extensive so that the nerve is involved and/or unable to recover, the nerve needs to be removed, and any infection present must be thoroughly cleaned out. Read More...

 

Extractions

Extractions are conducted routinely in the clinic under local anaesthetic. Your dentist will discuss with you the level of complexity of the extraction/s required and explain any further concerns you need to be aware of, before proceeding. Read More...

 

Dentures

A denture is a removable option to replace missing teeth. There are several stages involved both in the clinic and at the lab leading up to the final product. Read More...

 

Bridges

Bridges replace one or more missing teeth. They consist of an artificial tooth anchored to the natural teeth on either side of the gap with crowns. Like crowns, bridges are usually made of porcelain and/or metal alloy. Read More...

 

Dental Implants (Tooth Replacement)

Dental Implants are artificial tooth roots that are inserted into the jawbone to replace missing natural teeth. Implants and their attached crowns mimic the look and function of real teeth. Read More...

 

Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth are the 3rd molars to develop in each quarter of your mouth. They may erupt with little to no consequences. However, there are several issues frequently associated with wisdom teeth. Read More...

 

Splints

Occlusal splints, also known as nightguards or grinding guards are custom made, hard, protective plastic plates which are worn over your teeth as protection from grinding while you sleep. Read More...

 

Mouthguards

Minimize your risk of traumatic dental injuries by wearing a custom made mouthguard while playing and training for sports, whenever there is a possibility of face contact. Read More...