When it comes to maintaining your smile over the years, quality preventive care is essential. You and your loved ones will receive comprehensive check-ups that reveal potential problems as they develop, allowing treatment to stay simple and effective.
Examining the gums
Looking for signs of gum disease
Checking for loose teeth
Looking at the tissues inside of your mouth
Looking for visual evidence of tooth decay
Checking for broken teeth
Checking for damaged fillings
Our professional hygienists will keep your smile free of decay-causing plaque and tartar during the final part of the dental visit. Our hygiene dental professionals clean your mouth using these methods:
Checking the cleanliness of your teeth and gums
Removing any plaque and tartar
Polishing your teeth
Flossing between your teeth
Reviewing recommended brushing and flossing techniques
Once your examination and cleaning have been performed, we will report the health of your teeth and gums and make any additional recommendations.
Whether you have a few tooth gaps or a mouthful of missing teeth, a cosmetic dentist can restore your smile with natural-looking tooth restorations. Dental implants, dental crowns, dental bridges, and dentures have all been used successfully to fill unsightly gaps in smiles.
Orthodontic treatment (usually with braces) is most often used to improve the appearance and alignment of crooked, protruding or crowded teeth, and to correct problems with the bite of the teeth. Orthodontic treatment is a way of straightening or moving teeth, to improve the appearance of the teeth and how they work. It can also help to look after the long-term health of your teeth, gums and jaw joints, by spreading the biting pressure over all your teeth. The benefits of orthodontics can include:
correction of dental crowding and straightening of your teeth
correction of your bite so the front and back teeth meet evenly
reducing the chance of damage to prominent teeth
improving your appearance, including your smile
“6 Month Smiles” orthodontics
Prevention is better than cure. We work hard to promote this to our young generation of patients. It is important for children to attend the Dentist from a young age, as soon as their milk teeth start to appear.
Children should be aware of and understand the importance of good oral hygiene and taking care of their teeth.
The amount of sugar and acid in your child’s diet should be limited, particularly between meals or before bedtime. This includes not just sweets but also hidden sugars, such as the ones in breakfast cereals.
Toothache in children can be very painful and is mainly caused by tooth decay, which is related to too much sugar in their diet.