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We believe in preventive dentistry. A scale and polish is very important in helping keep your teeth clean, as well as prevent gum disease (gingivitis). It makes your mouth feel fresh and brightens your smile. Every day a white, sticky film of bacteria, called plaque, forms on the surface of the teeth. It is these bacteria that cause gum disease. After 24-hours, the plaque hardens into calculus (tartar), which can only be removed by the dentist. Read More


Unlike silver (amalgam) fillings, white filling material sticks to teeth and can form edges, so it may be effectively used to repair front teeth that are chipped, broken, decayed or worn. It can also be used as a veneer to cover marks or discoloration that cleaning won’t remove. White fillings are less noticeable than silver fillings, which turn black in the mouth. White fillings come in a range of shades so they can be matched. Read More


A bridge fixes a replacement tooth (or teeth) to the natural teeth on either side of the gap. Some bridges have crowns at each end. Others are fixed to the surface of the teeth next to the gap. Sometimes a bridge is only fixed to the tooth on one side of the gap. Bridges are made of metal and porcelain or sometimes just porcelain. Read More


Whether you are missing one, many or all of your teeth, dentures are a practical and aesthetic method of tooth replacement. They fit into your mouth through adaptation to your soft tissues or remaining teeth and restore functions such as eating, speaking and smiling in an aesthetic and comfortable way. A removable denture replaces missing teeth. Partial dentures replace a few missing teeth and “full” or “complete” dentures are needed if all the natural teeth are missing. Read More


Teeth are held in the jaws by their roots. Front teeth normally have one root, but teeth further back have more. At the core of each tooth is a soft mass of tissue called the pulp. In a healthy tooth, the pulp contains living fibers, cells, nerves and a blood supply, extending into the root(s) through the root canal(s).Decay or injury can destroy the living pulp. Because dead pulp lacks a blood supply, it is more prone to infection, leading to an abscess and toothache. Read More


A tooth which is very decayed or damaged, or lose because of gum disease, may have to be extracted (taken out of your mouth).
Wisdom teeth sometimes have to be extracted if they have come through at an awkward angle and are causing problems.
Teeth are sometimes taken out from children’s mouths to help other teeth grow straight, when they are crowded. Read More


Crowns are used to restore and improve the aesthetics and function of teeth that are heavily filled or broken down. Aesthetic crowns are used in areas of the mouth where appearance is important. They are made of porcelain or porcelain firmly bonded on to a precious metal substructure. A crown can strengthen your teeth when fillings become too large to stay in place. Used correctly crowns can improve your smile, strengthen weak teeth, restore your ability to chew in some areas. Read More


Gingivitis can often be cured simply with good mouth hygiene. Brushing twice a day and using other mouth hygiene aids, such as floss and a medicated mouthwash, as advised by your dentist or hygienist. Read More


A dental implant is an artificial tooth root surgically implanted into your jawbone. It is a popular tooth replacement option after tooth loss or extraction. Dental implant systems consist of a dental implant body and implant crown. Read More


Nitrous Oxide (laughing gas) is a colorless and odorless gas which is inhaled through a mask to help manage pain and anxiety. When the gas starts to kick in you will begin to have a feeling of euphoria, which will help to calm your anxiety. This is an effective way to reduce pain and anxiety during your dental procedure. Read More

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