Dentures and bridges are one way to replace missing teeth.
Fissure sealants are protective coating that seals over the top of molar teeth to prevent decay from developing in the deep grooves.
An occlusal splint is a smaller, stiffer version of a mouth-guard that is worn at night to prevent damage to your teeth through heavy grinding and clenching (‘bruxism’).
An implant is one way to replace missing teeth. A metal replica of a tooth root is placed into the jawbone and a crown is placed on top.
Tooth whitening is the application of a whitening agent to the external surface of your teeth in order to brighten the shade.
Veneers are a way of improving the appearance of teeth. They can also be used to strengthen teeth. Veneers can be constructed out of ‘composite’ or ‘porcelain’.
Tooth coloured fillings allow you to get a filling that resembles your own natural tooth appearance.
Dental emergencies occur even in well-maintained mouths. We will always endeavor to get you seen on the day, even if it is to get you out of immediate trouble.
Preventative dentistry is all about working to prevent the onset of dental problems and therefore avoid requiring treatment further down the track.
A root canal filling allows you to keep a tooth that has ‘died’, rather than getting it extracted.
A crown is a cap that covers the tooth in order to either strengthen a fragile tooth or improve the appearance of a tooth. Crowns are often needed when a large cavity threatens the ongoing health of a tooth
Cosmetic dentistry is the use of tooth coloured filling material and in particular dental porcelain to improve the appearance of your smile. It may involve tooth coloured fillings, veneers, inlays, crowns, bridges and implants. Additional procedures such as crown lengthening and orthodontics can also assist in achieving a desirable result.