Functional Appliances

Functional appliances are devices used to correct a significant disharmony in the relationship between the upper and lower jaws. They work by influencing the growth and development of a growing patient.

Crowded, Spaced or Crooked Teeth

Having crowded, spaced or crooked teeth can have a major impact on your oral health and enjoyment in life. There are many reasons why you may want to correct these imperfections, with most of us wanting a more straighter smile.

Removable Appliances

Removable appliances (plates) are not braces. Unlike braces which are attached directly to the teeth, removable appliances are often used for early intervention cases.

Root Canal Therapy (Endodontic)

If you have a damaged tooth, root canal treatment may help to save it. Inside your tooth is soft tissue containing nerves, and blood and lymph vessels, known as the tooth pulp that runs through the centre of a tooth.

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth are the rear molars that erupt sometime around the late teens or early 20s. These teeth can sometimes cause overcrowding, or can impact into the gum or neighbouring teeth.

Periodontal Disease

Periodontal (Gum) Disease ranges from simple inflammation of the gums to a major disease. It damages the soft tissue surrounding the teeth and can cause receding gums and even loss of teeth.

Sleep Dentistry

Sedation therapy, or sleep dentistry, is a solution designed to take the anxiousness away from patients who dread going to the dentist or dental treatments.

Jaw Joint (TMJ) Disorders and Headaches

TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint dysfunction) is a medical problem effecting the temporomandibular joint which is a hinge connecting your jaw to your skull. The most common cause of the disorder has to do with sleep and trauma.

Gum Grafting

A gum grafting procedure can take place if your gums exceed more than about 5 millimetres in depth. Gum grafting helps prevent periodontal disease or restore gum tissue to a healthy natural state.