The mouth can reveal findings of additional systemic problems or disease which can impact on your overall health. As part of your comprehensive oral examination, your dentist will make a record of the findings which involves a comprehensive oral mucosal examination (oral cancer check), a full charting of your existing oral condition, treatment planning, radiographs (x-rays) and photographs (as required). Your dental professional will present you with all the information recorded and discuss your needs with you.
In all areas of health and well-being, prevention is better than cure – and at our practice it is our commitment to...Learn more
While cosmetic effect of missing teeth is often a concern, the greater issue is the inability to chew food and maintainLearn more
Fillings are a procedure commonly used to treat cavities, repair damaged teeth and prevent further decay. The type of...Learn more
Our practice considers prevention of dental disease as a priority. We recommend children should see our dentist by one year...Learn more