Our clinic is equipped with the resources to help you have the most comfortable dental experience possible.
Put away those scary syringes, we are able to offer pain-free dental services with the use of the Calaject (computer assisted local anesthetic delivery) and Oraqix needle free topical numbing treatment.
Low dose dental CT scans have revolutionised implant dentistry, allowing for precise visualisation of your dental condition. We have invested to have this technology available on-site providing the ultimate convenience and accessibility for our patients. We apply this advanced technology for treatments such as dental implants, root canal therapy, oral surgery and pain diagnosis.
Utilising the latest in 3D digital CT scans, 3D planning software, 3D guided surgical techniques and 3D printing, we are able to plan and execute your implant treatment with an unprecedented level of surgical precision. By utilising these techniques, dental implant treatment has become more comfortable and minimally invasive. This results in a quicker recovery time and ultimate accuracy.
Intra oral 3D digital scanning offers the ability to accurately optically scan your teeth which makes messy and uncomfortable impressions are becoming a thing of the past. Commonly used to scan teeth for crowns, dentures, mouth guards, whitening trays, implant restorations and diagnostic models.
Advanced imaging software and digital photography is used to construct a smile simulation of how you will potentially look with veneers, crowns and other cosmetic procedures. This allows you to preview your smile as well as help our dentists plan your cosmetic procedure with absolute precision and predictability.
Also known as false teeth, can be either complete, where all the teeth are missing or partial, when some teeth remain. Dentures are not as effective as dental implants but more affordable.Explore More!
Is a ‘gummy’ smile giving causing you angst? Crown lengthening involves the removal of excess gum tissue that sits above and/or below your teeth giving you a more teeth filled smile.Explore More!
It could be worth considering dental implants if you are facing tooth loss, perhaps due to a failed root canal treatment or as a result of disease or trauma. We can also help you if you have lost multiple teeth and currently wear partial or full dentures but would prefer to get rid of them and find a more permanent and comfortable solution.Explore More!