General Dentistry

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.

Our General Dentistry Services
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Custom Mouthguards

What are custom mouthguards? A custom mouthguard is a thick, often spongy shield that fits over your teeth. Custom mouthguards are usually worn during sports …

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Root Canal Treatment

After the root canal treatment has been completed your dentist will most likely recommend an indirect restoration (ceramic filling) to ensure the root canal treatment …

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Some signs that you require a filling include: Tooth sensitivity when a certain tooth is exposed to hot or cold temperatures Holes or dark spots …

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A dental bridge procedure uses a crown, and fuses it between two porcelain crowns to fill the empty area. In no time, the missing tooth/teeth …

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Wisdom Teeth

Your dentist will arrange the appropriate radiographs (x-ray) to assess and recommend how the teeth should be extracted. Typical images for wisdom teeth are: Orthopantomogram …

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CEREC One-Visit Crowns

Dental crown treatment might sound like a complicated and lengthy procedure, but what if we told you it could be done in a single dental …

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What to expect at your regular active maintenance appointment Comprehensive Examination Our team of oral health professionals will work in unison to conduct a comprehensive …

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Children’s Dentistry

Eligibility through the Child Dental Benefits Schedule The Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS) provides basic dental services to children aged between 2 and 17 years. …

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