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We offer a range of services tailored to suit the needs of you and your family. To find out more about the treatments we offer or more about a topic of interest, please click any of the links below:

Preventative Care

In addition to your routine dental check up, your dentist will usually perform a thorough scale and clean.


It is essential for anyone who plays a sport (young or old) to invest in a custom-fitted mouthguard to avoid injury to your jaw and teeth.


Partial or full dentures can be a good and cost affective way of replacing missing or un restorable teeth.

Wisdom Teeth Extractions

Your wisdom teeth usually start to erupt (come through) when you are between 17 and 21 years old.

Crown and Bridge

For teeth that are badly damaged, dental crowns can be an effective long-term treatment option.

Root Canal Treatment

A root canal, or endodontic therapy, is a treatment option that allows you to keep teeth that would otherwise require an extraction.

Bulk Billing for Children’s Dental

As of January 1st 2014, a new dental plan is being offered through Medicare for children between the ages of 2 and 17.

Children’s Dental Care

To ensure a lifetime of healthy smiles, it’s important to introduce your children to professional dental care from an early age

Decay and Erosion

Dental decay (or cavities) is a disease affecting your mouth wherein a bacterial infection causes damage to the hard structures….


It is important that you tell your dentist you are pregnant as it can affect the type of care necessary for you.

Dental Implants

Dental Implants provide an extensive range of advantages compared to other traditional dental treatments,

Teeth Whitening

All of us want bright, white and healthy looking teeth. Unfortunately not everyone is a 100% happy with the look of their smile.


Veneers are a beautiful way to correct stained, chipped or crooked teeth.

White Fillings Only

If you have broken a tooth, have lost a filling or are developing a cavity, white fillings may be an option for you to consider.


Dental x-rays are often necessary when assessing your oral health as they provide a picture of areas the dentist cannot see.