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    Professional dental services in Alstonville

    Regular visits to the dentist can prevent major dental problems from occurring. Here at Alstonville Family Dental, we offer regular dental examinations where we will evaluate your dental health and look for any gum problems, tooth alignment, or tooth decay.
    Hygiene & Gum Disease

    Good oral hygiene is essential in the prevention of oral diseases and tooth decay. An effective daily oral hygiene routine will keep your teeth and gums clean and your breath fresh
    Mouth Guards

    If you take part in a contact sport, then we strongly recommend wearing a custom-fitted mouth guard. Injuries to the mouth and face can be both painful and expensive. A mouth guard can help provide protection for your jaws and teeth, and against concussion
    Orthodontics & Clear Aligners

    Crowded or crooked teeth can severely affect appearance, dental functionality, and health. With the use of orthodontic treatment, we can now straighten your teeth by moving them into a more aligned position, improving your appearance and making the teeth easier to clean

    Dentures are removable appliances that are used to replace either one or a full set of teeth. They are usually made out of an acrylic plastic but can also be made out of metal with acrylic teeth attached. Over time, your dentures will become looser as the gum shrinks, and the denture can sometimes wear away
    Snoring and Sleep Apnoea

    You may think that snoring is just an embarrassing problem, but sometimes it can be the sign of a more serious condition.
    Not only can you experience anxiety and concern but you or your partner's sleep may also be severely disrupted

    Some food or beverages, most notably sticky or sugary varieties, can remain in contact with your tooth enamel for a prolonged period. When this happens, plaque develops. Plaque contains bacteria that breaks down the sugar content in substances and produces an acid. This acid will then dissolve the minerals in your tooth enamel allowing bacteria to enter the soft underlying layers of your tooth, causing tooth decay
    Inlays and Onlays

    Restoring your tooth to its original strength and function can be done with the use of an inlay or an onlay. These options offer an ideal way to treat teeth that have a moderate to high level of decay. Inlays and onlays are substantially stronger than a direct filling and are often the best option in restorative situations
    Dental Crowns

    Teeth that have been badly damaged, traumatized, or root filled can often require the placement of a crown. Crowns strengthen and protect the remaining part of the tooth, helping to improve the appearance of your smile by covering the entire tooth
    Teeth Whitening

    A smile is one of the first things you notice when you meet someone, which is why it is important to make sure yours is as white as possible. Both lifestyle and the ageing process can stain and darken your teeth, as can drinking coffee or tea and smoking
    Dental Implants

    Dental implants are the ideal treatment option to replace any missing teeth, restoring the natural appearance and function of your mouth.
    Dental implants are also an excellent option for patients who endure loose, unstable, or uncomfortable dentures
    Root Canal Treatment

    Root canal treatment is used to restore a tooth that would otherwise require removal. Performed under local anesthetic, this treatment is recommended when decay has penetrated the nerve inside the tooth. The most common reasons for needing a root canal are:

    • Extensive tooth decay
    • A large cavity under a filling or crown
    • A dental abscess
    • The fracture of a tooth
    Dental Bridges

    Tooth loss is responsible for the vast majority of dental health issues. When one or more teeth are missing, the remaining teeth may move out of position. This can lead to a change in the bite, loss of bone structure, decay, and gum disease. When tooth loss occurs, your dentist may suggest the placement of a bridge as the best course of action. Speak to one of our team today to make an appointment for any of our affordable dental treatments

    For professional dental services in Alstonville, call Alstonville Family Dental today on 02 6628 8556 and book your appointment.

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