Services we offer:
“General Dentistry” – “Diagnostic” – “….with a comprehensive oral examination.
Digital x-rays enable reduces the amount of radiation used and allows us to view the images immediately.
Intra-oral photos are also taken and enlarged so we can show you and indicate areas of concern in your mouth.
Mineralisation of the first tooth begins in the fourth month of pregnancy and oral care is essential even before the the first tooth erupts. This is required to remove any oral bacteria that may collect in the mouth, from the gums regularly before the teeth erupt.
Preventative dentistry in children is the keystone to instilling good oral hygiene practices throughout childhood and into adulthood. For maintenance of optimum oral health, it is recommended that a child visits the dentist every 6 months for an appointment which will include an oral examination, cleaning (polishing), the application of fluoride and any necessary radiographs (x-rays).
Preventative care will help to prevent gum disease and tooth decay.
Evaluation of the relationship between the child’s upper and lower jaws enable us to determine whether correct growth is occurring and if anomalies are present. Through early interceptive orthopaedic therapy, we are able to address the anomalies and ensure correct growth of the jaws.
Deep Relaxation Therapy
Deep Relaxation Therapy can be described as a non-invasive, natural therapy in which the individual is guided into a deeply relaxed state.
Once the individual has been guided into this pleasant state, they enter a powerful alpha state where their subconscious mind (higher self) is allowed to take control and calm the mind and body. In this deeply relaxed state, a natural balancing of the individual’s energy takes place and any negative / unwanted energy, is reviewed and grounded.
Conscious Sedation induces an altered state of consciousness and is a very light form of anaesthesia, that minimises pain and discomfort, through the use of sedatives and pain relievers. Sedation drugs can be administered by Intravenous (IV) Sedation, Oral Sedation or Inhalation Sedation.
IV sedation is commonly utilised as it relies on the administration of sedative drugs directly into the bloodstream producing a faster onset of sedation medications.
This is a technique that is used very effectively with children and very anxious patients. It utilises several medications to help calm and relax the patient enabling dental treatment to take place more comfortably. Although patients are sedated, they do retain control of their vital functions – coughing, breathing and swallowing and are able to respond to verbal commands. Conscious sedation is carried out by an anaesthetist or sedationist and the patient remembers very little of the dental procedures after treatment.
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