Q Dental Offers the following services to those needing dental work:
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Our practice is based on providing quality dental care for life.
Do you have a cracked tooth that needs repair? When you bite down, do you experience sharp pain? Do you avoid certain foods or chew only on one side of your mouth? If any of these scenarios sound familiar, you may require General Dentistry treatment.
We provide quality dental care in a comfortable and friendly environment using the most modern equipment and techniques available. We will work with you to achieve and maintain excellent dental health for life.
We provide the following General Dentistry services:
- Oral surgery: extractions and removal of wisdom teeth
- Prosthodontics: full dentures, partial dentures and immediate dentures
- Restorative dentistry: fillings, crowns and bridges
- Implants: replacing missing tooth/teeth, denture stabilisation
- Endodontics: root canal treatments
- Periodontics: gum treatment
A beautiful, healthy smile is the very best investment you can make in yourself. Today many options are now available to improve your smile. For some the perfect smile is within grasp but something may not be quite right. Even the most subtle change in your smile can make a dramatic difference in the way you look and feel.Using modern high strength ceramics and advanced bonding techniques you can now have a beautiful smile easily and comfortably. Many Cosmetic Dentistry treatments may be completed within just one appointment. No stress or downtime – just a new beautiful smile.Our Cosmetic Dentistry treatments include:
- ZOOM! Teeth Whitening
- White Fillings
- Smile Makeovers
- Dental Implants
At Q Dental we understand that dentistry isn’t just about improving the appearance of your smile – it’s also about function. There is no point improving your smile only to have this require constant attention due to breakage or discomfort. We will always carefully consider the full effect of each treatment that we complet
Zoom Teeth Whitening
Your smile is the first thing that draws people’s attention to you.
Do you want a bright, white smile in a flash? Look no further than Teeth Whitening. At Complete Smiles we provide ZOOM! In Surgery & take Home Whitening Kits.
ZOOM! In-Surgery Tooth Whitening
ZOOM! is the world’s number one light-activated Whitening System. In just one hour, your smile can be up to 8 shades whiter, giving your self-confidence and appearance an immediate and long lasting boost.
During your treatment, the ZOOM! Whitening Gel is carefully applied to your teeth. The Whitening Gel is then activated by the ZOOM! gentle light for 15 minutes. This process is then repeated twice more before you go home with a sparkling white smile. During this time you can sit back, relax and enjoy your visit.
ZOOM! Take Home Whitening
Whiten and brighten up your smile in the comfort of your own home, with our range of Home Whitening Systems. We will take an impression of your teeth, which is then used to create customised trays. Twice a day for 7 to 10 days the patient places the required amount of bleaching agent on the trays and inserts it into their mouth. This system is very effective and will whiten your teeth gradually over the treatment time.
But why have my teeth become discoloured in the first place?
There are many different causes for tooth discolouration. These include ageing, coffee, tea, red wine, tobacco, and certain types of medication, such as tetracycline. All of these can contribute to your teeth not looking as white and bright as they should.
Teeth Whitening can transform ageing and discolouration into a striking smile.
Call and speak with one of our friendly team today and schedule your consultation –
Here are just some of the services we offer at Q dental:
Crowns & Bridges
Root Canal Treatment
Crowns & Bridges
Crowns (or caps) are often used to protect a weak tooth, restore a fractured or cracked tooth, to cover a discoloured tooth, in cosmetic dentistry or protect a tooth that has had a root canal. Crowns are made to fit with your surrounding teeth.
A bridge is a false tooth used to fill a gap where a natural tooth no longer exists.
The bridge is fixed to the natural teeth on either side of the empty space using crowns.
Fillings are used to restore tooth structure loss, usually resulting from but not limited to dental cavities.
One of the best ways to protect a child’s teeth from tooth decay is with dental sealants
Dental sealants protect the teeth through the cavity-prone years, ages six to 14, when back teeth are first susceptible to decay. Sealants provide extra protection on childrens teeth until they learn how to do a better job of brushing and flossing.
Sealants act as barriers, protecting the teeth against decay-causing bacteria. The sealants are usually applied to the chewing surfaces of the back teeth (premolars and molars) where decay occurs most often.
Wisdom teeth are the last of the permanent teeth to develop during the late teens. Because they are the last teeth to develop, they can be left without space to grow and may become impacted. Wisdom teeth may grow sideways, emerge only part way from the gum or remain trapped beneath the gum and bone. This can lead to infection under the gum flap (pericoronitis) or decay in the crown of the wisdom tooth itself or in the crown of the tooth in front of the wisdom tooth.
Veneers may be used cosmetically to resurface teeth, to make them appear straighter and possess a more aesthetically pleasing alignment. This may be a quick way to improve the appearance of malposed teeth without using orthodontics.
Teeth Whitening is a common procedure in general dentistry but most especially in the field of cosmetic dentistry. Many people consider white teeth to be an attractive feature of a smile. A child’s deciduous teeth are generally whiter than the adult teeth that follow. As a person ages the adult teeth often become darker. This darkening is due to changes in the mineral structure of the tooth, as the enamel becomes less porous. Teeth can also become stained by bacterial pigments, foodstuffs and tobacco.
Root Canal Treatment
If your tooth has decay that has reached closed to the nerve, and therefore is unable to remain vital, as an option to tooth extraction / removing the tooth, the dentist may suggest Root Canal Treatment (RCT). This procedure removes the nerve from the tooth, and allows you to retain the tooth – which will maintain your smile, and allow you to continue to eat and chew as you have done in the past, and perhaps avoid dentures in later life.