1. Routine Care
Regular dental visits are important because they help keep your teeth and gums healthy. You should have a regular dental visit at least every 3-6 months depending on the condition of your teeth and with the approval of your dentist.
The Check Up
3. Implant therapy
Missing teeth can severely undermine self-confidence and quality of life. Use of dentures for replacement of missing teeth can lead to ‘denture sores’ and unstable dentures can be a real source of social embarrassment and can become so overwhelming as to precipitate the avoidance of social contact and can even lead to varying levels of depression. Implants are becoming increasingly popular to address these problems.
4. Smile design
A perfect smile can change your whole image
Problems with your teeth can dramatically age your appearance—fixing these problems and enhancing your smile can leave it looking younger and more attractive. Thanks to modern advances in cosmetic dentistry techniques and treatments your smile can be drastically improved in just 1 to 3 appointments at the dentist.
5. CT scanner
CBCT (Cone Beam Computer Tomography) has become increasingly important in treatment planning and diagnosis in dentistry. It has proven to be particularly important in implant dentistry, endodontics, periodontics and oral surgery.
6. Tooth whitening
As we get older our teeth naturally become darker, not helped by diet and other lifestyle habits such as smoking, that add to the overall discolouration of our teeth. Tooth whitening can lighten the natural shade of the teeth and give you back a fresh and healthy looking smile.
7. Aesthetic Orthodontics
Orthodontics are not just for kids. More and more adults are seeking treatment for cosmetic purposes. Aesthetic braces can help correct:
Widely spaced teeth
9. Dental Sedation
Sedation is when drugs are used to make you feel less anxious and more relaxed. It will make you drowsy, less aware of what is happening and with few memories of what has happened during your treatment. It does not make you unconscious and you will be aware of what is happening.
10. Emergency treatment
In order to provide high quality treatment to patients requiring unscheduled urgent treatment or treatment in an emergency, without disrupting treatment for patients with booked appointments, the practice has an in-hours emergency system