We aim to educate our patients in all aspects of their oral health, so they can maintain a healthier smile for life.
From check-ups to full mouth restorations and smile makeovers, our experienced dentists will listen and help you achieve your oral health goals:
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The Australian Dental Association recommends regular dental check-ups every six to nine months or more frequently if you have specific oral health needs.
During your check-up, we discuss your overall health, any medications you’ve started taking since your last visit and any changes in diet or lifestyle. Understanding these influences on your oral health allows us determine the best dental care for your needs.
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X-rays are taken roughly every 12 months as a standard preventive dental practice, they help provide your dentist with additional information about your teeth, gum health and bone structure.
If the dentist has any concerns or suspects an issue with your oral health, an x-ray will allow the dentist to diagnose a problem early before it gets worse. Our diagnostic tools include:
White fillings seal the gaps in teeth caused by tooth decay and they help prevent more bacteria from getting in.
White fillings are made using composite resin and are available in different shades so they can be matched to your natural tooth colour.
Fillings are a minimally invasive dental treatment that can last between five to 15 years approximately.Learn More
At EVP Dental, our friendly and caring team of dentists and hygienists enjoy treating kids and teaching them about good oral hygiene. From a child’s first visit, to wisdom tooth removal, we’ve got kids oral health covered.
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Bruxism or teeth grinding and clenching can become a long-term problem if not treated early. Constant grinding and clenching which is commonly caused by stress, can wear down teeth and jaws leading to temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pain.
This can make simple actions like chewing, talking and yawning quite painful. TMJ disorder can go away on its own after curbing the grinding and clenching habit, but it can also persist long-term and require treatment in the form of a custom mouthguard.
The most common sign of TMJ disorder is jaw pain, but it manifests in many other symptoms.Learn More
Root canal therapy (endodontic treatment) is used to save a severely decayed or cracked tooth that has been affected by bacteria.
When tooth decay extends into the tooth’s inner layer, the dental pulp can become painfully infected. Root canal therapy involves deep cleaning and shaping of the tooth roots, filling the canals and sealing the tooth with a crown. Symptoms of an infection include:
Wisdom teeth can be a problem is there is not enough room for them to grow in the mouth and they partially erupt or become impacted and cause pain. Even if you don’t have pain, it’s worth getting wisdom teeth checked so the dentist can see whether they're growing in the right direction.
We can perform all types of wisdom tooth extractions, simple or complex with a range of sedation options. You won't need a referral for wisdom tooth removal at EVP Dental, our surgeries and dentists are fully-equipped.
Some reasons to have a tooth removed include:
If you experience anxiety, a dental phobia or any medical condition that may inhibit you from getting treatment, it may be worth considering sleep dentistry or another sedation option. Also known as IV sedation, sleep dentistry allows patients to be treated in a relaxed, semi-conscious state with little to no recollection of the procedure.
In addition to sleep dentistry, EVP Dental provide a range of other sedation options to help you get the care you need.
Yes. Both adults and children are able to have dental x-rays taken safely. At EVP Dental, our digital radiographs and bitewing x-rays use extremely low doses of radiation.
It's important to maintain current dental x-rays every 12 months to 24 months to allow your dentist to monitor any changes happening underneath the teeth and gums.
Often, patients will have x-rays taken months or years apart, while dentists can take multiple x-rays a day that expose them to radiation. For this reason, your dentist will leave the room when your x-ray is being taken in order to reduce their exposure.
If you have concerns about x-ray exposure, please talk to your dentist about why an x-ray might be recommended and what alternative options may exist.
Did you know that the amount of radiation exposure from a dental x-ray is lower than that of a 4-hour flight from Perth to Darwin? You can read more dental imaging facts here.
General dentistry covers the routine treatments offered by dentists to prevent or treat tooth decay and other common oral health problems. This can include:
General dentists are qualified to diagnose and treat common oral health problems such as tooth decay and gum disease. They can provide general dental treatments including check-ups, fillings, extractions and root canal therapy. A general dentist may also provide more complex dental or orthodontic care, or they may refer you to a specialist.
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