Hygiene, Whitening and Aligner Dental Clinic
No matter how your teeth feel, we can make them better. Our services will give you a solid foundation for healthy and brighter teeth.
Diagnosis & Check-Up
Toothache? Or just looking to improve your smile’s appearance? Have a chat with our specialists to get to the root of your problems.
Scaling & Polishing
A basic procedure that deep cleans and whitens your teeth, giving your smile a cleaner, brighter appearance.
A filling is applied to repair a tooth affected by decay, crack, fissures and other types of damage.
This simple, non-invasive treatment helps change the colour of your teeth enamel and enhance the appearance of your smile.
SEBARIS Invisible Braces
No brackets, bands or wires. Gone are the uncomfortable cuts that come with traditional straighteners and braces. SEBARIS Invisible Braces are clear and removable.
An X-ray is an essential part of any dental treatment program. It helps dentists diagnose any potential issues before they become a major (and costly) problem.
Sealants (Fissure Sealants)
Give your teeth a little more protection with our fissure sealant procedure. This provides from decay setting in caused by bacteria and food trapped in the grooves of your teeth.
A powerful agent in fighting against tooth decay, fluoride is naturally present in our food and water, but sometimes our teeth need a little boost.
Here are some of the things your dentist will be looking at when performing a dental exam:
- Examination of Dental X-Rays: This helps to determine if there are more serious issues in your mouth before they become serious problems.
- Oral cancer screening: We check the face, neck, lips, tongue, throat, tissues and gum for any signs of oral cancer.
- Gum disease evaluation: We’ll check around the teeth and gums to see if there are any signs of periodontal disease.
- Examining for tooth decay: The surface of teeth are checked for decay with specialised instruments. Did you know many people have cavities in their teeth and not know it?
- Examining existing restorations: Things like crowns, fillings and more are checked to make sure they’re still in good condition, and if they need to be replaced.
Contact us now to get your teeth examined!
Scaling & Polishing
After a thorough dental checkup, a professional dental cleaning will be performed, which includes removing the buildup of plaque and tartar, as well as scaling and polishing the teeth for a healthier, confident smile.
These cleanings will depend on the type and severity of the buildup on your teeth, and care will be taken to ensure that your teeth do not have other underlying issues or diseases.
Plaque, tartar and bacteria build up between the teeth and gums, and when they remain in that space for a long time, it causes damage to the other areas, including the gums and bones supporting the tooth!
When this buildup is caught in the early stages, one or two regular cleanings will be recommended. You will also be given instructions on how to better improve your daily oral hygiene at home.
If the disease or buildup has progressed to more advanced stages, scaling and deep cleaning is then performed. In this procedure, tartar, plaque and other toxins are removed from above and below the gum line and rough spots on the root surfaces are then smoothed down. This helps gum tissue to heal and pockets of bacteria to shrink. Medications, special mouth rinses and even electric toothbrushes may be recommended to help control infection and healing.
Think your teeth may need a deep clean? Contact us today!
A filling is applied to repair a tooth that is affected by decay, crack, fissures and other type of damage. Fillings are usually done in one appointment and while there’s some discomfort after the procedure, it will go away shortly after.
So what are some of the reasons to get fillings? You have…
- Chipped teeth
- Space that needs to be closed between teeth
- Cracked or broken teeth
- Decayed teeth
- Worn teeth
Since these fillings are usually placed in one appointment, the procedures are generally quick and relatively painless. Your tooth will first be numbed, and then your dentist will remove the decay. The space will then be cleaned and prepared before the new filling is placed. If the decay is near the nerve of the tooth, special medication will be applied to the area to better protect it. The filling will then be placed, shaped and polished, restoring your tooth to its original shape and function.
Think you need fillings for your teeth? Contact our team today!
This simple, non-invasive treatment helps change the colour of your teeth enamel and enhance the appearance of your smile. As whiter smiles are seen as a beauty ideal, it’s understandable that many people want to improve their smiles with a healthier, brighter smile.
This treatment works best with the natural tooth, so we will also evaluate your old fillings and crowns. Your dentist will remove your old fillings and crowns before whitening your teeth. These fillings and crowns will be replaced to match your newly whitened teeth. There should be minimal discomfort during the procedure, as it’s quite a common one! Many people come to the dentist to improve the colour of their teeth, especially if at-home whiteners do not produce the results they want.
Contact us today to get a whiter, brighter smile with our whitening services.
SEBARIS Invisible Braces
No brackets, bands or wires. Gone are the uncomfortable cuts that come with traditional straighteners and braces. SEBARIS Invisible Braces are clear and removable. These aligners are removable which makes things like eating, drinking and even brushing your teeth more comfortable. When applied correctly, your teeth will move, little by little by the week, to their final position, with minimal discomfort and easier removal.
Typically, braces and other types of traditional straighteners often cut or cause discomfort to the patient, and it is often a long process before the results can be seen. With SEBARIS, the discomfort is gone, and the changes are also made much quicker. Everyday activities are not disrupted either, which makes this the perfect option for those looking for straighter teeth, without painful orthodontic devices.
See if SEBARIS Invisible Braces is right for you, contact us now.
These are an essential part of any dental treatment program, and help dentists diagnose any potential issues before they become a major (and costly) problem. Dental X-rays can help:
- find cavities
- look at tooth roots
- check the health of bones around the tooth
- determine if there are signs of disease
- see the progress of developing teeth
- monitor tooth health through prevention
There are different types of X-rays that show different sections of the mouth (depending on what the issues are). Some x-rays show an overall picture, but don’t provide much detail, others show specific details of the mouth.
Some X-rays show other types of problems, like fractures, cysts, infections and even tumors, called a panoramic X-ray. This type of imagery is helpful for planning treatments such as braces, implants and dentures.
Sealants (Fissure Sealants)
Sealants are a thin coating applied to the pits (or fissures) of your teeth, which are usually susceptible to dental decay. Part of which is because these areas are hard to clean by everyday means, but a sealant can help protect these areas better.
What are some of the reasons to get sealants?
- For children and teenagers, it’s usually done after their first permanent back teeth emerge, or any time throughout the cavity prone years of 6 to 16 years of age.
- For adults, it’s done to surfaces without decay that have deep grooves or pits.
- For babies, it’s occasionally done if the teeth have deep grooves or if the teeth are cavity prone.
The process itself is quite quick, taking only a couple of minutes to apply per tooth.
The teeth to be sealed are thoroughly cleaned and then surrounded by cotton to keep the area dry. Then, a special solution is applied to the enamel surface to help the sealant bond to the teeth. Then the teeth are rinsed and dried. Sealant material is carefully painted onto the enamel surface to cover the deep grooves or depressions. Depending on the type of sealant your dentist uses, the material will either harden on its own or cured with a special light.
Proper care at home, a balanced diet and regular visits to your dentist will help your sealants settle into your teeth comfortably.
Contact us today to see if sealants are the right treatment for you today!
A powerful agent in fighting against tooth decay, it’s naturally present in our food and water, but sometimes our teeth need a little boost. Our fluoride therapy treatments can be used to treat a variety of different issues.
Fluoride treatments are used to target the following causes:
- Deep pits or fissures on the surface of the teeth
- Exposed or sensitive root surfaces
- Poor oral hygiene habits
- Frequent intake of sugar and carbohydrates
- Not enough exposure to fluorides
- Medication or medical conditions that limit the flow of saliva
- History of dental decay
Fluoride has many benefits to our teeth, but it won’t prevent tooth decay all alone. It’s important to brush at least twice a day, floss regularly, eat balanced meals, reduce your sugar intake and visit your dentist regularly for check ups!
Book an appointment with us to get back your winning smile!