Restorative Dental

Your permanent teeth are meant to be just that. Unfortunately, many of us will need some level of restorative dentistry from time to time to either help restore our mouth's aesthetic state or to prevent further oral health problems. Whatever your individual dental circumstances, let us help you restore your teeth and get your oral health into tip-top shape.

Restorations (Fillings)

Restorations (Fillings)
Restorations (Fillings)
When a tooth becomes compromised, due to dental decay, a crack or chip or other damage, you may experience discomfort and pain when eating or even as you are just going about your daily routine. Thankfully, a simple dental restoration (filling) may be enough to help repair the damage and stop the pain. By carefully restoring the area, we can help you prevent further deterioration of your tooth. Most of the time, this can be done in one visit and we can even do these during your routine dental check-ups if you wish.

Dental Crowns

Dental Crowns
Dental Crowns
There are many reasons why a dental crown maybe required, from supporting a tooth with a larger restoration, helping hold a dental bridge in place, aesthetic reasons to cover mis-shaped or discoloured teeth, or to help protect a weaker tooth following root canal treatment. Whatever, the reason why you may require a dental crown or dental ‘cap’, our experienced team can help you with high quality real value dental crowns. Rest assured that all of our dental crowns are 100% Aussie made and backed up by unbeatable warranties.

Dental Bridges

Dental Bridges
Dental Bridges
If you have a missing tooth, one option that may be available to you to ‘bridge’ the gap are dental bridges. These dental bridges can replace the missing teeth with false teeth or pontic bridge, which are held in place by abutment teeth on either side of the gap. Naturally, there are other options available from these traditional bridges, including cantilever bridges, Maryland bridges or implant supported bridges. Whichever is used, a dental bridge can help stabilise the teeth around the gap and also improve your bite, leading to better oral health outcomes. Of course we all feel better when we can smile confidently with great teeth.

Dental Implants

Dental Implants
Dental Implants
Dental implants are another great option is you have a missing tooth, however, unlike dentures which can be removed, a dental implant is placed into your jawbone to hold the tooth tightly in place. The end result is almost always more comfortable than dentures and can withstand a greater bite force. Unfortunately, if you have a missing tooth for too long, the surrounding teeth may "shift" into the space and cause other oral health issues. Therefore, it is important to come and see us as soon as possible to restore your beautiful smile.

Dental Inlays And Onlays

Dental Inlays And Onlays
Dental Inlays And Onlays
Sometimes a simple restoration (filling) is not enough to restore a damaged tooth. A crown may also be unnecessary and something in between is required. This is where dental inlays and dental onlays come into their own. These specially made fillings are made outside your mouth and then simply fit onto the damaged tooth. These are a great option to help restore your tooth without capping the entire tooth. With inlays and onlays being made from tough dental materials, they will protect your teeth for many years to come.

Gum Disease Treatment

Gum Disease Treatment
Gum Disease Treatment
Whilst gum disease is a serious dental and oral health concern for anyone, it may sometimes be painless and go unnoticed for some time. Gum disease could only have symptoms such as your teeth coming together slightly differently, or persistent bad breath, to more severe issues such as bleeding gums and loose teeth. Whatever level of gum disease you may be experiencing, from gingivitis, periodontitis or advanced periodontitis, our experienced team will check for any signs during your routine dental check-ups with us. With treatment options available we can help you prevent further dental issues and get your oral health back on track.