It is absolutely vital to have dental check-ups every six months to maintain your teeth and gums in a healthy condition. We put great emphasis on a routine dental examination to inform you of possible treatment needed. It is as they say, prevention is better than a cure.
Conscious sedation is a combination of medicines to help you relax and to block pain during a medical or dental procedure.
It is a very relaxing way of having oral surgery done. Sedation provides a wonderful alternative to general anesthesia, especially in children that requires a lot of dental treatment or has special needs.
Orthodontics is the art and science of straightening teeth and aligning jaws. We use a range of medical dental devices to;
We recommend that your child visit us for an orthodontic check-up no later than the age of eight. This is important as some orthodontic problems may be easier to correct if they are found early.
Dentists with a special interest in oral surgery can do smaller operations in the mouth. This includes the removal of wisdom teeth, impacted teeth, severely broken down teeth, biopsies and the placement of dental implants (in certain cases only).
Procedures are carried out using routine local anesthesia, conscious sedation or under general anesthesia in the hospital.