General dentistry covers regular check-ups, consultations and treatments that are necessary for healthy teeth and gums. It also covers more advanced treatments such as root canals and rectifying and treating gum disease.
To ensure you're fully informed about your treatment we'll provide itemised treatment plans and fee estimates prior to the commencement of any course of treatment. If you'd like to make an enquiry about pricing, please feel free to send us a message using the contact form at the end of this page.
If you have a particular concern, for instance toothache or a broken tooth, then at your first appointment, which will usually be for half an hour, we can do something to relieve your pain or discomfort and advise you of any further treatment you may need. We will provide you with a written treatment plan and fee estimate so that you can plan your future visits to suit your schedule and your budget.
The Panex is an x-ray machine that can be used as an alternative to the small intraoral winged x-ray devices that some people find are uncomfortable in their mouth.
If you have concerns about your wisdom teeth you can discuss them with one of our dentists. Extraction of wisdom teeth is usually a straightforward procedure.
We offer both amalgam and composite (tooth-coloured) fillings. In many situations amalgam and composite fillings will be as strong and durable as each other but composite restorations will have a more natural appearance. There is no evidence to suggest any health risks associated with amalgam restorations, and we are happy to use this material due to its proven durability. If however, patients wish to avoid these restorations then we are happy to accommodate this.
Under the Government’s Oral Health Services for Adolescents scheme we provide free dental care to teenagers under the age of 18 years. To enrol your teenager with us all you need to do is contact us for an appointment. We also treat younger children upon referral from a School Dental Therapist, or if they need treatment as the result of an accident.
The grooves and valleys on the surface of your molar teeth are very susceptible to dental decay. By applying fissure sealants, a protective coating for your molars, we can make teeth cleaning easier and reduce the chances of decay.