Infection of the gum tissue surrounding impacted wisdom teeth, called ‘pericoronitis’. This can be a painful and recurring condition. It is encouraged to remove such teeth to prevent recurring infections.
Food packing between wisdom teeth and second molars can result in bad breath and decay starting in the wisdom tooth that can potentially involve the adjacent molar in front.
Pressure from wisdom teeth can cause front teeth to become crowded.
For routine cases, we recommend a consult with our in-house Dentist, whose practice is limited to removal of wisdom teeth.
Each tooth has tissue containing nerve fibres that run through the centre of each tooth, called “root canals”. When this tissue dies from trauma or deep decay, root canal therapy is required.
Root canal therapy removes the dead tissue from the tooth. After numbing the area around the tooth, the tooth is isolated and sterilised to protect it from bacteria in the mouth. A rubber filling is then placed inside the canal/s.
We make your experience as pleasant as possible with gentle, quality care and a no surprises approach.
Up to date techniques and technology ensure that discomfort is minimised or eliminated Focus on preventive dentistry to keep your mouth healthy for life we understand anxieties arising from previous dental experiences and take special care to change your perception of dentistry.
Intra-oral camera allows you to see what we see, enabling you to be informed about treatment choices and have peace of mind. Treatment plans are discussed with you focusing on the priorities for your oral care within your budget and time-frame.
We are a mercury free practice; we will remove amalgam fillings safely when needed and replace them with bio-compatible white fillings.
All x-rays are digital – up to 90% less radiation than conventional film.
Hot towels and freshen up room. Neck cushions, warm blankets and heat packs for your comfort.
Children are especially welcome and receive a helium balloon and stickers.
Finance is available through Denticare.
Philips Zoom is not only proven to whiten teeth up to eight shades, it’s also safe. While other whitening products can harm teeth and gums, using Philips Zoom with Relief ACP actually gives you greater lustre and protects enamel.
Philips Zoom is only available at a dentist’s office to ensure optimum safety, and comes in different treatment types and strengths to fit your lifestyle and sensitivity.
Good oral health is integral to general health. Overall, research data indicates that chronic gum disease may contribute to the development of heart disease, the nation’s leading cause of death in both men and women.
Missing teeth due to gum disease also impacts your ability to chew, crunch and digest your food thus impacting your body’s ability to assimilate nutrition. Because gum disease is a bacterial infection, it can enter the bloodstream and may be a factor in causing other health complications such as diabetes, stroke, poor pregnancy outcomes and respiratory complications such as pneumonia.
The good news is that this can all be reversed with the care of a Dentist!!
One of the most important preventive treatments your child could need is fissure sealants. These are a protective, plastic coating that fills the fissures or grooves in the biting surface of teeth, to prevent the invasion of bacteria that causes tooth decay. These can help protect your child’s teeth for life from fillings.
Dental implants offer a way to keep your dentures in place and allow you to go about your daily life with confidence. At Parkwood Green Dental, we proudly use BioHorizons dental implants that have been developed using science and innovation to maximise function and aesthetics. These implant-supported dentures are highly effective, lightweight, biomechanical and durable.
Botox in cosmetic applications is gaining attention, and you might have heard about it many times. But did you know that it can be as simple as visiting your dentist? Here at Parkwood Green Dental, we are pleased to be one of the few dental practices that offer this unique treatment.
Tuesday 24th : 9am to 4pm
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Saturday 28th – 9am to 5pm
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Tuesday 31st – 9am to 1pm
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Thursday 2nd – 9am to 5pm
Friday 3rd – 9am to 5pm
Saturday 4th – 9am to 5pm