General Dental Services
- Replacement of missing teeth with implants and implant-supported restorations. This may include single tooth implants or multiple-tooth replacements including implant-retained dentures and implant-retained bridges.
- Replacement of missing teeth with removable dentures (both partial and complete dentures).
- All general dental services, including restorations (fillings) and extractions (removal) of teeth.
- Crowns, bridges, veneers.
- Teeth Whitening.
- Identification and treatment of periodontal disease.
- Endodontics, including root canal treatment.
- General oral health maintenance and preventive care.
- Muscle Relaxant Injections to treat temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD) and to reduce joint pain, headaches and muscle tension.
- General treatment of TMD, and management of muscle and jaw joint dysfunction and/or pain.
- Appliances to help manage TMD or sleep, including night guards (occlusal splints) and Somnodent® sleep apnoea appliances.
- General oral health checks and treatment for children, including teaching good toothbrushing habits, constructing mouthguards, or treatment as needed.
Dental X-ray Examinations
Radiographic examinations of the mouth and teeth are important in the diagnosis and management of many dental conditions. Using radiographs, your dentist can detect problems that may not be seen during a routine examination, and sometimes before symptoms appear.
Oral cancer, cysts, infections, hidden caries, impacted teeth and bone loss due to gum disease are among the many conditions that can show up during examinations. With early detection, a problem can be treated before it becomes serious, requiring treatment that is more involved.
Radiographs are often necessary before procedures such as tooth extraction, fitting of removable prostheses, fitting of braces, placement of crowns and bridges, and root canal treatment. Information from the radiograph assists your dentist in planning the procedure.
After an injury to the teeth and jaws, a radiographic examination helps your dentist diagnose the full extent of damage.
For more information download the pamphlet below.
Download PamphletDental X-Ray Examinations - A Guide for Patients