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When visiting us, a thorough dental examination will include the following:

Diagnostic X-rays

Diagnostic X-rays are taken in order to detect any decay, possible bone loss, tumours or cysts.

Oral Screening

An oral screeing of the face, lips, tongue and gums are done to check for any sign of oral cancer lesions.


Gums will be examined for any signs of periodontal diseases that could affect the gums and bone around the teeth.


Examinations are done for all tooth surfaces to check for possible tooth decay.

When a consultation for a specific problem is requested by the patient, not all of the above procedures will be used; only those which seem necessary at the time in order to identify and treat the specific problem presented by the patient.

Dental services

  • Metal free fillings

  • Crown and bridgework

  • Onlays and inlays

  • Root canal therapy

  • Safe amalgam removal

  • Full mouth reconstructions

  • Smile make overs

  • Veneers

  • Whitening/bleaching

  • Extractions

  • Surgical extractions

  • Wisdom tooth removal

  • What is an implant?

  • Am I a candidate for implants?

  • How does the process work?

  • Referral to a specialist

  • Full and partial dentures

  • Immediate dentures

  • Implant supported dentures

  • First dental visit

  • Fillings

  • Extractions

  • Information for parents

  • Screening for orthodontics

  • Pre orthodontic functional appliances

  • Mouth guards

  • Sedation and theatre options

  • Orthodontic screenings

  • Bruxing splints and bite plates

  • Clear aligners

    • How does the process work?​

    • How long will clear aligner therapy be?

    • At what age can I wear them?

    • What is the average cost of the aligners?

  • What is gum disease (periodontitis)?

  • How do I know if I have gum disease?

  • Risk factors for gum disease

  • How can one prevent and/or treat gum disease (periodontitis)?

  • What is a scale and polish and why is it important to come for a scale and polish?

  • What is clenching/bruxing

  • What causes bruxing/clenching

  • Why is it important to manage/treat it?

  • How do we treat bruxing?

  • Reconstruction of severely worn-down teeth (bruxing)

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