Dental Problems & Conditions Treated

Here is a list of common issues we can solve.

If you have any of these issues please call us on (03) 5443 0063 and allow us to resolve them for you.

Tooth Decay

Dental decay and cavities can often present as black spots on teeth. They may not always hurt. Sometimes like a rotten apple, the hole may be very tiny on the outside, making it barely noticeable. Hence it is important to.

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Sore Tooth

Common causes of sore tooth may be food or debris caught in the teeth or gums, an infection of the tooth, root, or gums; mouth trauma that causes tooth damage; an emerging crack or split in the tooth.

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Broken Tooth

Teeth are remarkably strong, but they can chip, crack (fracture) or break. Teeth undergo a lot of wear and tear through daily use while eating, chewing and talking. Some of us also grind or clench our teeth or have lots.

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Cracks in Teeth

There are many different types of cracked teeth. They could be craze lines/fractured cusp/cracked tooth/ split tooth/ vertical root fracture. Cracked teeth can show a variety of symptoms like erratic pain when chewing, possibly with release of biting pressure.

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Crooked Teeth

Crooked teeth and misaligned bites can interfere with proper chewing. They can make keeping teeth clean more of a challenge, increasing the risk of tooth decay, plaque and gum problems. They could strain the teeth, jaws, and muscles.

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Metal Fillings

Many of us had mercury or metal fillings when we were younger. We now have more dental materials to choose from. Since metal fillings don’t bond to the tooth, they may have hidden dental decay.

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Worn Teeth

Our teeth and mouth are exposed to dynamic forces every day. It is quite normal for teeth to wear over a period of time. However in some of us they might wear more. Factors like grinding, clenching, having missing teeth.

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Yellow Teeth

Teeth become discoloured with time due to age, diet and habits such as tobacco use. Some of us are born with darker teeth but that does not mean they have to stay discoloured for ever. There are treatment options including.

Headache or Jaw Pain

Jaw pain can be associated with other symptoms, including a “popping” sensation, tooth pain, difficulty chewing, tenderness and aching of other areas of the face or neck. Some of us might be clenching or grinding our teeth that can cause enormous amount of stress on.

Bleeding Gum

Bleeding gums can be a sign that you have or may develop gum disease. Ongoing gum bleeding may be due to plaque buildup on the teeth. It can also be a sign of a serious medical condition. Hence it is.

Calculus / Tartar Build-up

Calculus or tartar is a form of hardened dental plaque. They appear as yellow or dark hard mass around your teeth. They can form both along the gumline and within the narrow sulcus that exists between the teeth and the.

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Bad Breath

Poor dental health can be a cause of bad breath. Unless a person properly brushes and flosses, the left-over food can promote bacterial growth between the teeth, around the gums and on the tongue, which are all contributing factors to.

Scared of the Dentist?

We understand every one of us has a child in us. We know that one of the main barriers to obtaining dental treatment is the fear of it. One can feel very vulnerable given the position you are in receiving.

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