General Dentistry

General Dentistry 2017-10-06T19:50:39+00:00

General dentistry covers a wide range of treatments designed to detect and treat common dental problems. Treatments include your regular dental exams and more advanced procedures such as tooth extractions and root canal therapy.

Why Should I Have A Regular Dental Examination?

We like to see everyone at six monthly intervals, and it is worth you attending even if your teeth seem strong and healthy and problem-free. This is because whilst small problems may not yet cause symptoms such problems are easily detectable by our dentists. By providing treatment as early as possible, we aim to reduce your risk of dental emergencies and discomfort.

Earlier treatment is likely to be quicker and less expensive, saving you time and money. It is also nice to be reassured that your mouth is both healthy and properly maintained. Our low-cost dental plans are a great way to access affordable preventative dental care which includes your regular six monthly examinations.

Will I Need Dental X-Rays At Every Dental Exam?

Most adults in reasonable dental health will only need a full set of x-rays every two years or so. If we feel you need x-rays more often, then we will discuss this with you and our recommendations will be based on your individual level of risk. Our digital x-ray equipment meet stringent safety standards and we take every precaution to ensure your safety. Regular dental x-rays help us to keep an eye on your dental health by showing us areas not visible to the naked eye. Otherwise, we only take x-rays when absolutely necessary, for example, if you have a toothache or another issue that requires further examination. We may also use x-rays to plan tooth extractions and root canal treatments, and for planning more advanced procedures such as orthodontics and dental implants.

Is Root Canal Treatment Painful?

Treatment will not feel any worse than having a tooth filled and afterwards your tooth should be pain-free. Teeth that have had root canal treatment will normally need to be restored with a crown that covers up the tooth completely, protecting and preserving the tooth so it will last for many years to come.

What Is An Oral Cancer Screening?

An oral cancer screening is quick, painless and non-invasive as our dentists will gently examine all the tissues inside your mouth to check for any signs of abnormalities that include colour changes, changes to the texture of these tissues or any lumps or sore spots that are failing to heal properly. We regularly screen patients during routine dental exams for signs of oral cancer as our dentists are specially trained to identify early signs of this disease. Early diagnosis and treatment can help enormously with the prognosis of this disease as often detection at the later stages leads to more difficult and invasive treatment.

General dentistry covers a wide range of treatments designed to detect and treat common dental problems. Treatments include your regular dental exams and more advanced procedures such as tooth extractions and root canal therapy.

Why Should I Have A Regular Dental Examination?

We like to see everyone at six monthly intervals, and it is worth you attending even if your teeth seem strong and healthy and problem-free. This is because whilst small problems may not yet cause symptoms such problems are easily detectable by our dentists. By providing treatment as early as possible, we aim to reduce your risk of dental emergencies and discomfort.

Earlier treatment is likely to be quicker and less expensive, saving you time and money. It is also nice to be reassured that your mouth is both healthy and properly maintained. Our low-cost dental plans are a great way to access affordable preventative dental care which includes your regular six monthly examinations.

Will I Need Dental X-Rays At Every Dental Exam?

Most adults in reasonable dental health will only need a full set of x-rays every two years or so. If we feel you need x-rays more often, then we will discuss this with you and our recommendations will be based on your individual level of risk. Our digital x-ray equipment meet stringent safety standards and we take every precaution to ensure your safety. Regular dental x-rays help us to keep an eye on your dental health by showing us areas not visible to the naked eye. Otherwise, we only take x-rays when absolutely necessary, for example, if you have a toothache or another issue that requires further examination. We may also use x-rays to plan tooth extractions and root canal treatments, and for planning more advanced procedures such as orthodontics and dental implants.

Is Root Canal Treatment Painful?

Treatment will not feel any worse than having a tooth filled and afterwards your tooth should be pain-free. Teeth that have had root canal treatment will normally need to be restored with a crown that covers up the tooth completely, protecting and preserving the tooth so it will last for many years to come.

What Is An Oral Cancer Screening?

An oral cancer screening is quick, painless and non-invasive as our dentists will gently examine all the tissues inside your mouth to check for any signs of abnormalities that include colour changes, changes to the texture of these tissues or any lumps or sore spots that are failing to heal properly. We regularly screen patients during routine dental exams for signs of oral cancer as our dentists are specially trained to identify early signs of this disease. Early diagnosis and treatment can help enormously with the prognosis of this disease as often detection at the later stages leads to more difficult and invasive treatment.