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Dental Check up

To maintain your oral health, it is important to visit the dentist for a general check-up at least once every 6 months, or as directed by your dental professional. Regular check-ups not only promote health, but they can also save you a lot of time and money by allowing early diagnosis and treatment of any problems.

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Sometimes a simple visual examination does not show everything in the mouth. A dental X-Ray may be used to see capture images of the interior of your teeth and gums to identify problems such as cavities, tooth decay and impacted teeth.

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Tooth Decay / Fluoride Treatment

Dental cavities are caused by the build-up of bacteria in the mouth, forming a sticky film called plaque. Plaque can produce acid which erodes teeth enamel which is the outer protective layer of each tooth. A fluoride treatment supports healthy tooth enamel and fights the bacteria which harm teeth and gums.

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Teeth Cleaning / Scale & Clean

A professional clean, also known as a scale and clean, is designed to remove plaque and tartar that is unable to be removed with regular brushing at home.

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Sports Mouth Guards

Painful dental injuries occur commonly while playing sports and are expensive to treat. Mouthguards protect the lips, tongue, face and also help redistribute forces from a blow to the head, decreasing the severity and occurrence of dental injury.

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