Preventative Services Offered
✓ Fissure sealants
✓ Minimally invasive restorations
✓ Recontour, polish existing restorations
✓ Check for plaque retention
✓ Remove fillings with overhangs, sharp, rough surfaces
✓ Application of varnish or agents to strength your teeth
✓ Mouth guards, Night splints to protect your teeth
✓ Anti snoring devices to improve your air way and quality of life
Our latest and advanced equipment
✓ OPG and Cone beam x ray units
✓ Intra oral cameras
✓ Intra oral scanners – for digital work flow
- For optimal oral health, prevention and maintenance is most important. 6-monthly check up and cleans are advised.
- Scale and Cleans for removal of calculus, plaque and stains.
General routine x rays are recommended every 1-3 years depending on the patient.
- Saliva assessment – quality check.
- Dietary advice for better oral health.
- Oral hygiene care instructions such as proper method of flossing.
- Application of mineralising agents to strengthen the teeth or desensitisers.
Did you know?
- Flossing is important because brushing only cleans 70% of your teeth. 85% of people with persistent halitosis or bad breath have underlying dental conditions.
- Early positive dental experiences will build confidence for young children.
- We believe it is most important that children have a smooth introduction to dentistry from the age of 2.
- Dental caries is preventable, yet it continues to be the most common chronic disease in children.
- Correct brushing and eating habits can be implemented early.
- We provide bulk billing service for general dental care if your child is eligible for the Child Dental Benefits Schedule Scheme (ages 2-19).
- Call or email us with your Medicare card detail, and date of birth – so we can help you check your eligibility and balance.
- Independence comes with responsibility, and includes caring for your teeth.
- This can be a challenging time for teeth when frequent snacking and exposure to wider range of drinks ( ice tea, energy drinks) increase risk of developing caries or other issues.
- Hormonal changes can also affect your gums.
- Protect your teeth with a custom mouthguard if you are playing sport where there is a risk of contact.
- Dental injuries can result in time off school or work. They can be painful and disfiguring, and could involve lengthy complex dental treatment. The cost of injury to your teeth or jaw far exceeds the cost of custom fitted mouth guards.
- Lip or tongue piercings can damage your teeth or your gums – seek advice prior to procedures.
- Having straighter teeth can make flossing and brushing easier and improve your confidence. Having braces earlier than later can avoid lengthy treatment.
- Find out if your wisdom teeth may be problematic, and discuss your options.
- The ‘older generation’ are now keeping their teeth for life.
- We can help you keep your smile younger and healthier.
- If you have aged fillings, cracks, or old dentures they should be assessed.
- Halitosis or bleeding of gums will need urgent attention.
- Dry mouth syndrome, lack of sleep, various medications can significantly impact your oral health.
- If you have medical conditions or take medications – seek dental advice.
- Smokers and Diabetics are at higher risk for developing infections, including gum disease.
- Gingivitis occurs more frequently during pregnancy because the increased level of hormones exaggerates the way gums react to the irritants in plaque.