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What Is General Dentistry?
General dentistry is used to describe a dentist who offers your primary dental health care, such as:
Ensuring that you have good oral health is an important preventative technique we use to help maintain your natural teeth, keeping you away from gum disease and tooth decay. Both gum disease and tooth decay if left untreated, can cause further dental complications which may require more treatments to rectify the initial problem.
All Your Dental Treatments Under One Roof
As a modern day dental practice we are committed to investing our time and money into improving the dental team’s skill and knowledge, so we are able to offer an extensive range of dental treatments from different dentistry fields (implants, cosmetic, orthodontics) all under one roof – This helps make treatments as convenient as possible for our new and existing patients.
Accepting New Patients
We are currently accepting new patients for general dental health care. We offer flexible dental plans which have been tailored to include your recommended yearly dental health care, but at an affordable and manageable price. Please call us or fill out the form at the bottom of the page to either book your first check up, enquire about our dental plans, or arrange a free consultation to discuss your dental requirements.
If you would like to learn more about our specific treatments covered by general dentistry, please use the sub navigation menu on the left to easily explore our site.
Some of our popular treatments include:
Airflow Jet Hygiene Polish
This patient had superficial staining on her upper and lower teeth. We used the Airflow Jet Polish to eliminate the staining.
Inlay and Onlays
This patient did not like the appearance of these large silver mercury fillings. We used our Amalgam removal technique to take out the fillings and replace with white composite.
This patient was unhappy with the appearance of his front teeth. Crowns and bridges were used to improve the aesthetics and function of his teeth.
This patient suffered from gum disease affecting the upper teeth and wore an upper partial denture. The upper teeth were removed and 4 implants placed following Ct scan planning. The implants were splinted together with a bar and an overdenture was provided.