Adult orthodontics and clear aligners
Some patients prefer a conventional approach to treatment. Others prefer clear aligners where there are no braces fixed to the teeth.
Teeth whitening and cosmetic dentistry
We all know that having a beautiful smile makes us look and feel more attractive, and improves our self-esteem and general self confidence.
We offer Tooth bonding, Porcelain Veneers, Resin Veneers and Tooth whitening
Snoring and sleep apnea treatment
Once correctly diagnosed, both snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnoea can be treated, and the sufferer and family can return to a normal, healthy lifestyle. A sleep study is necessary to help us determine the cause and the specific treatment to address it.
Preventive dentistry and hygiene
Early identification of potential problems and a good oral hygiene routine are essential for the health of your teeth and gums. We recommend regular examinations and cleaning, combined with routine x-ray examinations.
Tooth coloured fillings
Natural looking tooth coloured fillings are stronger and bond more effectively to the surrounding tooth. They're also a safe alternative to silver-mercury (amalgam) fillings.
Children's dental work
We teach children how to brush effectively and can provide fissure sealing to prevent decay on back molars. We have a range of children's orthodontic treatments available
which includes early intervention procedures,
Crowns and bridges
Crowns restore heavily damaged or unsightly individual teeth. Bridges can be used to replace missing teeth, although typically we would usually recommend a dental implant.
Root canal treatments and wisdom teeth
We perform wisdom teeth extraction and provide referrals to oral surgeons for complex cases. It is recommended that wisdom teeth are removed as soon as they start to cause issues.
Root canal therapy can save an injured tooth from extraction. We specialise in making this procedure as pain free as possible.
Jaw pain management and teeth grinding
TMJ disorder (TMD) is a general term that refers to any pain, discomfort or restriction in or around the jaw joint. Symptoms include headaches, earaches limited jaw movement and clicking or grating sounds in the joint. People with bruxism may unconsciously clench or grind their teeth whist awake due to anxiety, stress or deep concentration or during sleep.