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Professional cleaning of the teeth to prevent gum disease before the progression of infection occurs is referred to as prophylaxis dental care. Your teeth are continuously in contact with the saliva of the oral cavity. Calcium and other substances present in the saliva help in strengthening and protecting the teeth. Read more

Good oral hygiene is the cornerstone of optimal oral health for all patients. Good oral hygiene is the result of a thorough and systematic approach to keeping the mouth and teeth surfaces clean. It has been proven that poor oral health impacts your overall general health and can contribute to serious health conditions such as heart disease and stroke. Read more

Modern technology in tooth restoration now allows for precise computer aided restorations to be made in one single visit rather than the two or three visits previously required. CEREC is a leading computer aided restoration system allowing patients to achieve natural looking, white and durable teeth while protecting and preserving the tooth’s structural integrity. Read more

Missing teeth can affect a person’s chewing ability and cause surrounding teeth to crowd, chip or tilt. Dental Implants offer a permanent solution – artificial teeth secured in the jaw that look, function and feel like natural teeth. You won’t even notice the difference. Read more

Porcelain Veneers are custom-made thin porcelain facings that are permanently bonded over the fronts of the teeth to enhance their appearance and also repair damage. Cosmetic dental problems such as crooked, gapped, chipped or worn teeth along with stained, discoloured teeth can be treated easily and require minimal tooth preparation. Read more

Improving the overall aesthetics of your smile will increase your self-esteem, confidence and appearance. Cosmetic Dentistry encompasses a number of different dental procedures creating a youthful, attractive and natural looking smile while also restoring your mouth to optimal oral health. Read more

Orthodontics is an area of dentistry that uses a range of treatments to prevent and correct misaligned teeth. It improves the function and appearance of your teeth along with the harmony between your bite, mouth and jaw. Read more

Endodontics, commonly referred to as Root Canal Therapy, can save infected teeth that would otherwise require extraction. When your tooth has a crack, cavity or loose filling, bacteria can build up inside your tooth causing the pulp to become infected. Read more

Periodontal disease affects the gums, bones and other supporting structures of your teeth and is a major cause of tooth loss in adults. The first stage of gum disease is gingivitis occurring when bacteria accumulate around the gum line. The gums become infected resulting in inflamed, sore and possibly bleeding gums. Read more

Wisdom teeth are the very back teeth on either side of the upper and lower jaws and that are the last to erupt into the gum-line. In most cases these wisdom teeth can erupt without any complications. It is quite common however for there to be insufficient space in the jaws to allow wisdom teeth to take their correct position. Read more

General dentistry involves the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of conditions, disorders and diseases affecting the teeth, gums and jaws. Read more

Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA) are fast becoming recognised as significant problems that a high percentage of patients experience.Male and female, young and old, large or small, may all experience this condition. Even children can suffer from OSA. Read more

If you’re faced with a dental injury or severe dental trauma, you should never put your worries on hold – it could be the difference between an easy fix and a lost tooth! Read more

Every family experiences the unexpected lumps, bumps and bruises that come with life. An 8 year old Superman who crashes to earth, an errant skateboard under Dad’s feet or a rogue cricket ball on a Saturday morning are the kinds of random accidents that can leave you with little to smile about. Read more