In today’s fast paced world, looking after our wellbeing has become more important than ever before. We are firm believers that if you look good, you feel good and all of our services are designed to help you do just that.
Our practice has been specially designed to make all our patients feel relaxed, and comfortable.
You will notice from the moment you step in our door that we are more than just a dental surgery.
We take the time to look at you as a whole person, to give you individual specialised care, whether that be for Dental, Cosmetics, or a combination of both. You are our priority, whatever your specific needs may be, that why we offer that next step in specialised dental care with Full Mouth Rehabilitation and Bite Restoration, Injectables, Sleep Apnea, TMJ Dysfunction (TMD) and Invisalign.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation and Bite Restoration
A full mouth restoration involves restoring multiple teeth in the front and back of your mouth, whether it’s their colour, structure or functionality. Usually some teeth are missing, worn, stained, broken down or heavily filled, creating problems in both the bite and appearance of your mouth.
Injectables are a well-known solution for cosmetic needs, but did you know that there are many benefits to the use of injectables in dentistry…? Injectables can also be an option for the treatment of certain orofacial conditions.
Sleep apnea is a serious breathing disorder where a person stops breathing for 10 seconds or more during sleep. They may have hundreds of these ‘breathless’ episodes throughout the night, repeatedly collapsing the upper airway, disrupting their sleep and starving the body of vital oxygen.
Chronic recurrent headaches, neck aches, jaw pain and facial pain are a common occurrence for millions of Australians. TMD disorders and TMJ dysfunction result in frequent ear symptoms which can make chewing, speaking or moving the jaw painful or difficult.
It’s about time you got your teeth straightened. But you don’t want to get braces because, well, you’re an adult. Then consider Invisalign: an alternative to metal “train track” braces, they’re clear, wireless aligners that really are quite invisible.
Ever wanted to ‘cheat’ at some of your daily tasks? It’s OK. We’ve all thought about it. Some days you’re short on time but still want to make sure you take care of yourself. You may be wondering if you can skip flossing and just swish some mouthwash around instead. So, can you use mouthwash…
How to Deal with a Cracked Tooth (and Prevent Teeth Cracking)
Just the thought is painful, right? Having a cracked tooth is no fun. It can cause serious pain when you eat, especially with foods that are hot or cold. Worse than that is the fact that, left untreated the situation is likely to get worse. You could even end up losing that tooth! Here’s what…
It’s no laughing matter (pardon the pun!) Gum disease – the official term is periodontal disease – is the leading cause of tooth loss. And it’s prevalent in the community. In fact, the Department of Health states that 22.9 percent of Australians have moderate or several gum disease. Here are some important facts you should know…