You deserve quality treatment, dentures and dental implants!
We offer a wide range of services to meet your needs and concerns.
Zirconia crowns and veneers
Zirconia veneers are the strongest type of veneers available and they also resist stains better than composite veneers. They are translucent so they also mimic the colour of natural teeth better than any other option.
Zirconia veneers are developed with the latest technology and will be created specifically for your teeth. This means the size and shape of the veneers will be completely bespoke, so less preparation of your teeth is needed.
You will be able to choose which veneer material is best for you with our dentist and pick from several shades of colour, so they either match or enhance your natural teeth and smile
Emax Crowns, Veneers and lumineers
These veneers are crafted from high strength porcelain and custom-made for each patient. Emax veneers are thin layered and bonded to the front surface of the tooth. This enhances both the function and appearance of the teeth.
The advantage of this type of veneers is that it does not require as much tooth shaping. They are also very durable and the treatment time is reduced.
The procedure is very simple. Firstly, our dentist will prepare your teeth for the veneers by removing some enamel ( about the thickness of a fingernail). They will then send an impression of your teeth to the laboratory to custom make your veneers.
These will then be permanently attached with special dental cement. Your veneers will feel and look just like your natural teeth, but better.
Dental Implants (non removable)
A dental implant is a surgical fixture that is placed into the jaw bone and allowed to fuse with the bone over the span of a few months. The dental implant acts as a replacement for the root of the missing tooth. In turn, this ‘artificial tooth root’ serves to hold a replacement tooth or bridge .
Having a dental implant fused to the jawbone is the closest thing to mimicking a natural tooth because it stands on its own without affecting the nearby teeth and has great stability. Most implants are made from titanium which allows them to integrate with bone without being recognised as a foreign object in the patient’s body.
All – on – 4 (non removable)
The All-on-4 is a combination of different dental methods and technologies that provide a solid and secure connection for the replacement teeth, that is much more stable and reliable than traditional methods for affixing dentures. All-on-4 uses a set of fixed dental implants that are embedded in the patient’s jawin order to provide a firm and solid platform that holds the set of replacement teeth in place.
The advantages of All-on-4 are it prevents bone loss and degradation. Caring for your All-on-4 teeth and implants is easy and follows many of the normal oral care habits that you are already familiar with. It is a permanent solution. There is no need for frequent fitting sessions that traditional dentures require. Finally, patients who receive All-on-4 treatments have a complete set of natural looking teeth connected securely and comfortably in their mouth. Knowing this, patients experience a great boost in their self confidence your self confidence as you no longer need to be concerned about situations where loose dentures may be a source of embarrassment. You can smile with confidence at all times.
Bonding Dental Treatments
Tooth bonding is a procedure where our dentist applies a tooth coloured composite to one or more of the patient’s teeth to repair damage. It is a cost-effective solution because it is considerably less expensive than other cosmetic dental procedures, such as crowns or veneers.
Oral, Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery
Oral and maxillofacial surgery is a surgical specialist focusing on reconstructive surgery of the face, facial trauma surgery and the oral cavity, head and neck, mouth and jaws.
An Oral and Maxillofacial surgeon has more advanced medical training than an oral surgeon and has the knowledge and certification to perform more procedures in more areas of the face.
Teeth Cleaning Air flow.
Airflow therapy is a hygiene treatment that removes persistent stains on your teeth, plaque and discolouration using a combination of water, compressed air and a special Erythritol powder. You will immediately see and feel the difference
Airflow can also help in the treatment of gum disease. It removes the biofilm that sits around teeth and gums. Breaking down this biofilm has been shown to be a crucial aspect in treating gum disease and keeping gums and teeth healthy.
Bruxism (teeth grinding)Botox
The condition called bruxism or teeth grinding can lead to headaches, heartache, jaw problems and damaged teeth. However, it has been shown that botox injected into the chewing muscles in the cheek can block the signals that tell these muscles to contract. This relieves the grinding and clenching associated with bruxism.
Dental filling procedure
Dental filling treats tooth decay and prevents further damage and tooth loss, as well as the possibility of pain and infection. A filling seals the hole or cavity in the tooth. Our dentists use composite white filling to blend in with your natural tooth.
The dental filling procedure can help to even out the surface of the tooth and improve the function of the jaw for biting and chewing. This is a relatively painless procedure as the dentist will apply a numbing gel to the gums. The decayed area is then drilled out and the composite white filling is placed in the hole. Finally the dentist will polish the filling and may adjust it so that the patient’s bite feels normal.
Root Canal treatment
This is a dental procedure used to treat infection at the centre of a tooth. Root canal treatment is not painful and can save a tooth that might otherwise have to be removed completely.
Root canals remove the damaged parts of the tooth and infected root.In some instances a course of antibiotics is prescribed to help prevent further infection within the tooth. The organic part of the tooth that remains may be restored using a cap or crown that provides a natural appearance and normal tooth function.