Caring for all your family’s dental needs
The best way to maintain good oral hygiene is to brush and floss your teeth and to visit your dentist for regularly.
Fluoride is a natural mineral found in food and water which helps to strengthen teeth and prevent tooth decay by making the tooth more resistant to acid attacks from plaque and sugars.
Fillings, also known as dental restoration, are used to restore teeth and treat dental decay especially in the molars (back teeth).
Root canal treatment is a processes of cleaning and then filling the inside cavity of the tooth that is normally occupied with nerves and blood vessels.
Typically wisdom teeth start to erupt, or grow into the mouth, in people aged between 16 years to 26 year olds.
Preventive fissure sealants are tooth coloured resin restorations applied to the biting surfaces of healthy teeth to prevent decay.
Mouthguards are a custom fitted appliance to protect the mouth and ensure safety and durability for the wearer.
The benefit of home whitening is that you are in control of the degree of whitening, plus it can be repeated if the effect wears off over time.
A veneer is a thin layer of tooth coloured material which is placed over your natural tooth to mask the underlying enamel.