specialist dental services

wisdom tooth removal

“How wise will I be if my wisdom teeth are removed?”

What to expect: Specialised x-rays, possible consultation and 60min removal appointment.

On occasion the last molars aka the wisdom teeth require removal. This can be for various reasons but is most commonly due to them not fitting correctly in the mouth or causing issues such as infection or decay to other teeth. Our specialist oral surgeons ensure that the process is efficient and as pain-free as possible, meaning you can get back to living your best life.

dental implants

“Don’t worry, you won’t beep at airport security!” 

What to expect: Specialised x-rays, consultation with specialist oral surgeon, multiple appointments.

In some instances, it is just impossible to save a tooth! A long-term solution, a dental implant! Dental implants are biocompatible titanium screws that are surgically positioned in the bone to support an artificial tooth. Some people have lost bone in their jaw but if this occurs there is the possibility that bone augmentation can occur to allow placement of an implant. Dentures can also be made compatible to fit to implants if multiple teeth are missing. If kept clean and monitored by the dentist implants have an extremely high success rate.

oral pathology

“Something not looking right, let’s check it out.”

What to expect: Specialist biopsy and pathology report, multiple appointments.

Every preventative appointment the dentist will screen to ensure you are clear of any type of pathology. If they do notice something a little unusual, they’ll refer to the oral surgeon to look at the possibility of a biopsy to rule out anything sinister. Early detection is the key to successful management which is why it’s recommended to have 6 monthly preventative appointments so the dentist can check everything is sound.

dental implants

“Don’t worry, you won’t beep at airport security!” 

What to expect: Specialised x-rays, consultation with specialist oral surgeon, multiple appointments.

In some instances, it is just impossible to save a tooth! A long-term solution, a dental implant! Dental implants are biocompatible titanium screws that are surgically positioned in the bone to support an artificial tooth. Some people have lost bone in their jaw but if this occurs there is the possibility that bone augmentation can occur to allow placement of an implant. Dentures can also be made compatible to fit to implants if multiple teeth are missing. If kept clean and monitored by the dentist implants have an extremely high success rate.

oral pathology

“Something not looking right, let’s check it out.”

What to expect: Specialist biopsy and pathology report, multiple appointments.

Every preventative appointment the dentist will screen to ensure you are clear of any type of pathology. If they do notice something a little unusual, they’ll refer to the oral surgeon to look at the possibility of a biopsy to rule out anything sinister. Early detection is the key to successful management which is why it’s recommended to have 6 monthly preventative appointments so the dentist can check everything is sound.

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