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What we do…
At Family Dental Care, we offer our patients all general dental services. This includes fillings, teeth cleaning, root canal therapy, crowns, bridges, tooth whitening and many other general dental services. We also include personalised patient education on all dental topics with lots of brochures to take home to discuss with your family and friends.
Our patient base includes people with disabilities, the old and young alike, as well as foster children and wards of the state.
Each dentist has a number of appointments put aside each morning for anyone who is in pain or needs emergency dental services. This is very helpful to our patients and ensures that waiting times, are kept to a minimum.
CROWN & BRIDGE
When we eat, the bacteria and food in our mouth produce a sticky substance called plaque. Within 2-3 days the plaque then causes the gums (gingiva) to become inflamed and bleed.
REMOVAL OF TEETH & AFTER CARE
Removal of Teeth
Although permanent teeth were meant to last a lifetime, there are a number of reasons why tooth extraction may be needed. The most common reason is tooth decay – causing toothaches or abscesses. However, gum disease, orthodontic treatment or impaction (often wisdom teeth) may also require teeth to be removed.
HAPPY GAS & SEDATION
Sedation & Happy Gas
There are so many reasons for people to be anxious when visiting the dentist. We totally understand and want to help you manage it. We especially want to provide all our patients with a caring environment and gentle treatment experiences so you feel confident and in control of your dental health. A consistent environment really helps patients to settle into a healthy lifelong dental management routine.
Toothaches can be caused by a number of things such as exposed root surfaces, cracked teeth, cracked fillings, tooth decay or even cold and ‘flu. Of particular concern is an abscess (infection).
EMERGENCIES & EMERGENCY TIPS
What is a dental emergency?
Basically, any dental problem that requires immediate treatment in order to save a tooth, stop ongoing tissue bleeding or alleviate severe pain, is considered a dental emergency. A severe infection or abscess in the mouth can be life-threatening and should be dealt with immediately.
What does preventative dentistry mean?
Preventive dentistry is the general term for dental care-related procedures or treatments that are meant to prevent oral health problems. You and our dental team can create a unique program of home care, products (like which toothbrush to use), and dental services that address your particular risk factors. It includes regular dental cleanings and exams, as well as fluoride application, sealants and mouthguards.
ROOT CANAL THERAPY
Our priority is to make your visit as pain free and comfortable as possible.
Essentially, there are two types of bleaching – internal and external. Other options to whiten teeth include bonding, veneers or crowns, which can be discussed in more detail with our dentists. However, most people think immediately of bleaching when they are considering tooth whitening.