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  • Monday - Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
  • Friday 09:00 - 12:00
  • Saturday 09:00 - 13:00

General Dentistry

General Dentistry

Our menu of services includes preventative, restorative, and therapeutic care options. Most treatment plans will include as many options as possible allowing you to choose the one that best fits your smile needs.


Our range of basic services include:


  1. Full Diagnostic Services
  2. Restorations
    A restoration, more commonly known as a filling, involves the repair of teeth that have been damaged by decay in order to restore function and appearance.
    With an increased focus on aesthetics nowadays we offer our patients tooth-colored fillings. Once completed, they blend in with your natural tooth colour and nobody will ever see them when you talk or smile .
  3. Extractions
  4. Root Canal Therapy 
    Root canal treatment, also known as endodontic therapy, is a procedure to treat and eliminate infection from a tooth in an attempt to preserve to the tooth in the mouth and avoid extraction of the infected tooth.
    It involves a sequence of steps to clean and disinfect the canals that house the nerves and blood vessels in the centre of a tooth, before restoring the tooth with specialized filling materials.
  5. Geriatric Dental Treatments
    As you age, it becomes even more important to take care of your teeth. A common misconception is that tooth loss is inevitable as you age. This is not necessarily true. If cared for properly, your teeth can last a lifetime. Geriartric dentistry involves delivery of dental care to older adults who may need a little extra attention, who may lack some manual dexterity or who may be suffering from certain age-related health conditions. It includes diagnosis, prevention and treatment of dental problems associated with normal aging and age-related diseases. It also involves fabrication and maintenance of dentures, and teaching patients how to care for these dentures.
  6. Mouth-guards for Amateur and Professional Athletes
    Repairing or replacing demaged or missing teeth can be painful and costly. Wearing a mouthguard during contact sports can help avoid damage to teeth and soft tissues.
  7. Bite-plates for with grinding and clenching habits 
    Many patients suffer from symptoms of chronic grinding or clenching. Identifying signs associated with TMD can lead to successful diagnosis and treatment of this and other related issues.

We recommend that healthy patients visit us every 6 months for a preventative care visit. If you have active gum disease or any other dental problems, we may recommend more frequent visits. Schedule your checkup and cleaning by calling us today.