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  • New Patient Examination

    A New Patient Examination is a detailed assessment of the existing dentition in order to provide comprehensive treatment options for those patients with simple or greater treatment needs.

    Patients with extensive gum disease, worn or badly decayed teeth and patients who require a smile assessment for cosmetic work-ups will be provided with a detailed treatment plan.

my explanation Periodic Examination

  • Periodic examinations include the following:

    • Dental assessment – cavity detection, fractures, condition of existing restorations, wear and shade
    • Gum Pocketing and Recession assessment.
    • Mandibular joint assessment
    • Bite (Occlusal) assessment
    • Radiographic (digital x-ray) assessment
    • Individual oral hygiene advice
    • Dietary/ Lifestyle Analysis
    • Soft tissue and Oral Cancer Screening

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When a tooth is cracked, chipped, broken or decayed, it needs to be restored so normal chewing function and appearance (especially for front teeth) is maintained.
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    - We do not use amalgam (silver metallic material) to restore teeth.  One option we do use is tooth coloured composite resin materials, available in various shades, to match patient's existing teeth.  This material starts out pliable and each layer is set (or cured) with a special curing light which gives it the solid tooth like structure needed to restore the tooth.  In selective cases a CEREC restoration is the better option.
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    - Restorations are done via a special computer which captures the image of the prepared tooth and a robot cuts a porcelain block which produces a perfect replica of the missing section of tooth, which is then bonded to the existing tooth, to restore it to its original shape.  This provides a stronger, longer lasting and durable restoration.  If a filling or CEREC is not suitable to restore a tooth, a crown may be required.

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    - is made in a Laboratory and it covers the entire tooth down to the gum line. it can be made of gold alloy, porcelain fused to gold or ceramic and we only use local dental technicians who use precious metals and high quality TGA approved materials.
  • Dental Veneers

    - Are a thin layer that is bonded to just the front surface of the tooth and is used to cosmetically improve the smile in cases of discoloured or stained teeth, small size teeth, to close up gaps in between teeth, repair worn down or chipped teeth and in some cases of crooked teeth and patients do not want braces. There are two types of veneers - Resin and Porcelain
  • donghae dating jessica Resin Veneers

    - are done with tooth coloured material (the same material used for restorations) and are bonded directly to the front of the tooth in one sitting and no laboratory work is involved.
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    - are stronger, longer lasting and maintains its lustre. It is custom made layers of porcelain made in a dental laboratory which are bonded to the front of the tooth and two appointments are needed for this procedure.

click for more info Replacing one or more missing teeth

Dentists are constantly faced with challenges when replacing missing teeth especially so when the remaining teeth are sound. Each case is different and there is no "one option" that suits all cases so after assessment the best option or choice of options is discussed with you. The options for replacement are:
1. Implant
2. A removable partial denture
3. A fixed bridge
4. Resin bonded restoration (temporary)
  • Implant

    - replacement of single missing teeth has become more popular because it looks, feels and works just like your own tooth/teeth and it doesn't have to be attached to other teeth for stability, leaving remaining healthy teeth alone. For two or three consecutively missing teeth, an implant bridge is another option to consider.
  • Removable partial denture

    - is a viable and conservative option and it needs to be secured to the teeth on either side with a clasp. It is not FIXED.
  • A fixed bridge

    - was the common replacement of missing teeth until the choice of implants became available. The drawback is the teeth on either side have to be ground down to place a full crown over each tooth with the missing tooth bridged in the middle - not a good choice if the teeth on either side are perfectly healthy and viable.
  • Resin bonded restoration

    - is a tooth made of white filling material and bonded to the teeth on either side. This can be used when someone is waiting for an implant to be placed or an emergency quick fix. Depending on the location it could serve as a long term temporary restoration but is definitely not suitable for all cases of missing teeth.

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  • Dentistry for Children and Teenagers

    Our Oral Health Therapist is trained to provide dental treatment to young children and teenagers in a gentle environment.  As a family practice, we encourage a child's first visit by the age of 2 years mainly for familiarisation and parent education.

    Services by the Oral Health Therapist include:
    • Comprehensive oral examination.
    • Restorative treatment.
    • Fissure Sealants.
    • X-Rays and fluoride treatments (If required).
    • Patient and parent education with special emphasis on tooth brushing, flossing and dietary advice.
    • Mouth-guards.
Other in-house Services
  • Whitening, this very popular treatment can rejuvenate your smile. We can assess your smile for the suitability of this procedure. We have both chair-side Zoom as well as the take home kits to be done at your leisure. ZOOM
  • Mandibular Joint and Grinding issues, construction of splints
  • Nutrition and Life style assessments and modifications
  • Nitrous oxide (Happy Gas), for our very nervous patients.
  • Laser for soft tissue re-contouring.
  • Endodontics, which means root canal treatment, with the use of modern rotary instruments and ultrasonics.
  • Extractions
  • A Hygienist to look after the gums and overall oral health of all our patients.  Click here for further information.
  • Smile Makeover
  • Sleep Apnea appliances to help with snoring