So that a healthy mouth may be maintained we recommend regular “check up and professional cleaning” appointments, at least every six months, even if you believe your teeth are in perfect shape. (Those at greater risk of cavities or plaque build-up, a weakened immune system, gum disease or other conditions may need to see a dentist more regularly.)
Children’s Dentistry is very important. The team at Ausbridge Dental enjoy seeing children at the practice, getting them excited about their oral health and giving them the best start to grow up with beautiful smiles by helping to teach them how to best look after their teeth.
A crown or ‘cap’ is a cover designed to sit over a single tooth’s existing structure. The original tooth is filed down to make room for the crown.
A denture is a set of false teeth that can replace anywhere from one missing tooth (partial denture) to a whole mouthful of missing teeth (full dentures).
Good oral hygiene and a balanced diet means everyone can enjoy some of life’s sweet sins, but it’s good to know you are in safe hands should tooth decay occur.
If you play a sport or participate in activities that might cause injury to your teeth, you should be wearing a mouthguard.
For the vast majority of orthodontic patients, wearing braces will be a major part of treatment — and those braces, for the most part, will be the familiar silvery-metal type.
A root canal is a treatment used to repair and save a tooth that is badly decayed or infected.
Teeth whitening is a popular and safe cosmetic treatment used to lighten and brighten the current colour of teeth.
Wisdom teeth usually emerge from the gums between the ages of 17 and 24. They are the last teeth to push through the gums. Some people never develop wisdom teeth.
Call the team at Ausbridge Dental on 02 9787 1635 to book an appointment, we look forward to seeing you