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.

Ceramic (Clear) Braces

Ceramic braces use tooth coloured brackets, which are bonded to the teeth. This type of teeth straightening braces is popular among adult orthodontic patients as they are less visible than metallic braces and are a similar colour to the natural colour of your teeth.

Missing Teeth

Having teeth that are missing is nothing to be embarrassed about. At Thirroul Dental Studio we can give you the best treatment plan to transform your smile.

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.

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.

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.

Full Mouth Implants

Taking the step to go through with a full mouth of dental implants doesn’t have to be a stressful procedure. The treatment requires some preparation but is painless and the results are life changing.

Single Tooth Implants

Single tooth implants are a great alternative to dentures or a dental bridge. The procedure is often more costly but can be managed with finance options.

Teeth Grinding (Bruxism) and Clenching

Bruxism is the clenching or grinding of your teeth, often while you sleep. When clenching you tightly clamp your top and bottom teeth together, often the back teeth. Cleanching places pressure on your muscles and tissue.

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.

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.