Pain Free Dentistry
Do you fear, have anxiety or stress when visiting a dentist? Now we have a perfect solution!! We strive to make your visit a happy and relaxed experience. We use Nitrous Oxide Inhalation Sedation.
It reduces the requirement for other more potent and intrinsically more toxic anaesthetic agents. It has a strong analgesic action. Induction is rapid and not unpleasant although transient excitement may occur. Recovery time rarely exceeds 1-4 minutes even after prolonged administration.
If you feel anxious or afraid about your dental appointment, we use inhalation sedation to relieve you of your fear. Inhalation sedation relieves your fear, allow you to relax and makes you feel comfortable during all dental procedures.
CEREC Chairside Solutions: One visit dentistry
CEREC is the unique CAD/CAM system for patient individual all-ceramic restorations in one single appointment. Together with CEREC dentist can quickly and safely reach the desired results for the patient: aesthetic restorations.
This innovation helps the dentist in designing the features, shapes and sizes of a crown or bridge on a computer in-house. With this, patients are provided the strongest, durable and well-fitting tooth like restorations, and the entire procedure is done on the same day.
Root Canal Treatment
Woodford Dental performs root canal therapy, also known to patients as Endodontic treatment, RCT or Root canal treatment. We utilise the latest rotary system to treat the infected tooth.
It provided for the retention of tooth in the oral cavity without the need for extraction.
Root canal is necessary when the pulp(nerve) gets infected due to decay caused by bacteria. If left untreated it can result the infection to spread. If this infection spreads it gives swelling and could be life threatening.
If you suffer from emergency dental condition, such as broken or chipped tooth, knocked out tooth, toothache or any other emergency condition, contact the practice on 07 5422 9380.
We endeavour to see all emergency dental patients wherever possible; however after hours attendance is not available. We do however allow for emergency dental appointments during our regular opening hours.
Our experienced team can help you with emergency dental treatment. We will work quickly to ease your discomfort. We will diagnose the condition and provide you with the required treatment.
Chipped or Broken Tooth
A chipped or broken tooth can be a simple repair. It should be addressed as soon as possible to avoid it from becoming a complex repair and at times RCT or extraction. A simple broken tooth can become a complex treatment if left untreated for long and may even cause its extraction or removal.
Tooth Knocked Out
When a tooth is knocked out, it’s important to follow a few guidelines:
Make sure to hold the tooth by the crown instead of the root; your goal will be to cause as little trauma to the root as possible Very gently rinse the tooth with milk or water (remember to plug the drain before putting the tooth under the faucet and do not rub the tooth)After rinsing the tooth, carefully place the tooth back in the socket if possible, making sure to position the tooth the right way around If you cannot put the tooth back in the socket, place it in a cup of milk or even the person’s saliva Contact us to let us know the situation and that you are on your way.
Whether you are experiencing a mild or intense toothache, it is always better to address the problem as soon as it arises. Pain can seriously interfere with your day-to-day functions. For severe toothaches, we aim to first eliminate the pain and then fix the source of the problem.
If you’re experiencing a toothache, try the following steps to reduce
Rinse the mouth with luke warm water, which can give temporary reliefGently clean the site and remove any food particles that may be aggravating the gum tissue, DON’T use sharp object or tooth pick on the site.Contact us for appointment.
- Teeth Whitening- in chair and take home kits (Videos)
- Veneers-Direct and Indirect Veneers (Videos)
- Crowns and Bridge Work (Videos)
We make full and partial dentures to replace the missing teeth. There are different materials used to make dentures. You can ask the dentist for more information.