Preventative

A routine check-up is recommended every six to 12 months for the early detection of dental problems and to keep your teeth healthy.

Dental Pain

Our practice uses the latest technologies and treatment options to ensure the very best outcome no matter what your dental condition. People of all ages are welcome and we have unique care options for nursing home residents and those with physical and mental disabilities.

Sports Mouthguards

Custom mouthguards offer much better protection and are far more comfortable than standard mouthguards bought from your chemist. And you can choose from a wide range of colours to match your school or sports team.

Fillings

Fillings are the most common type of treatment to address decay and broken teeth. Special Care Dental offers various alternatives to restore teeth or replace old unsightly metal amalgam.

Dental Implants

A dental implant is a titanium screw which is surgically placed in the jaw bone. After about three months a healing abutment is fitted and two weeks later impressions are taken for a new tooth to fit onto the implant.

Crowns and Bridges

A crown or cap is often the best option for a tooth which is badly worn or broken and at risk of breaking apart. It’s also an excellent way of protecting a tooth which has been heavily filled or weakened by root canal therapy.

Root Canal Therapy

Root canal therapy involves opening a small hole in the top of the tooth and carefully removing the nerve tissue. The root canals are then shaped and widened before being filled with a root cement.

Dentures

A denture is a removable device used as a replacement for missing teeth and there are two main types – complete and partial.

Sedation

Special Care Dental offers sedation to make your visit to the dentist less stressful. Sedation is an excellent option for anyone who has a fear or phobia of dentistry, dislikes needles, suffers from bad gag reflex, and has a physical or mental disability which makes routine dentistry difficult.

Teeth Grinding

During the night some patients clench and grind their teeth – a surprisingly common condition called bruxism. Patients are often unaware they have bruxism until they become aware of the symptoms.

Snoring

Snoring is a common problem which can be harmful to the individual and distressing to other people sleeping nearby.