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.

Worn Teeth (Attrition)

Worn teeth is nothing to be ashamed of and is something that can be easily treated with cosmetic dentistry. Having worn teeth can effect your oral health and effect your confidence.

Discolouration

Drinking coffee, tea, soft drink, red wine and smoking can all discolour your teeth. This causes obvious physical changes in colour to the teeth but also causes undue strain and stress to your teeth.

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.

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.

Multiple Teeth Implants

If you have a single tooth missing and you’re looking for a more permanent solution, a single dental implant may be the answer for you. The implant replaces the lost or missing tooth and it’s root, with an implant and dental crown fitted over the top.

Bone Grafting

Bone grafting for dental implants is sometimes required when the time between loss of bone and surgery is extensive. Grafting of bone where it has been lost, encourages the development of optimal foundations, which are essential for dental implants.

Sleep Dental Medicine (Anti-Snoring)

Do you, your partner or someone you know snore? Two out of every ten Australian adults will experience snoring in their lifetime. For some people, it may indicate a serious medical condition called Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA).

Gummy Smile

A gummy smile is often something we can correct with a few different treatment options. There are several reasons why you may have a gummy smile and the treatment we use to correct it will depend on the cause.