Your smile is our priority. At White Dental, your smile is our top priority. That’s why our professional team is here to provide you with the personalised, gentle care that you deserve. We pride ourselves on providing high quality treatment to each and every member of the family. We take care of your teeth across a wide range of services. Explore the various treatments that optimise your smile below.
When it comes to oral health, consistency is key. Like any health service, it’s important to have regular checkups and we strongly encourage all our patients to visit us every 6 months. As preventative dentistry is paramount to avoiding problems later in life, we recommended children see us from the age of two, to get them set up for their appointments throughout life.
Whether you are considering getting dentures, already have them, or know someone with them, it’s very likely that you may have some questions about them. Read on to discover more about the different types of dentures, how to take care of them and how we can help get your smile back with this type of treatment.
Keeping your children’s teeth healthy and giving them a hygienic head start means establishing a regular dental routine to prevent future problems. Our dentists provide the highest level of dental care in our state-of-the-art clinics for patients of all ages. Discover how you can help your child to have a great smile throughout their life.
We can help restore a tooth damaged by decay back to its normal function and shape using fillings. The treatment involves removing the decayed tooth material and cleaning the affected area, before filling the cleaned out cavity with a filling material. Discover why this treatment is key to good dental health if you have a decaying tooth.
Better known as a Root Canal, endodontics is a treatment to repair and save a badly damaged or infected tooth instead of removing it. Decades ago, root canal treatments were painful, but with the dental advances and local anaesthetics we can provide, most people have little if any pain with a root canal today. Read on to learn more about what to expect during this treatment.
Also known as Gum Disease, Periodontal disease is an infection of the tissues that hold your teeth in place. It’s typically caused by poor brushing and flossing habits that allow plaque to build up on the teeth and harden. Read on to find out how we can treat this disease and why it’s important to do so.
Some cases simply can’t wait. Whether you have broken teeth as a result of an accident or sporting injury or are simply experiencing pain that has come on suddenly and is not leaving, we are ready to help. Read on which treatments fall under emergency dentistry and how to make sure you get seen as soon as possible.