Comprehensive Examination

The first visit to our clinic can be lengthy. There is so much more to dental health than fixing holes in teeth. Apart from getting to know you, we take all necessary records to provide you with the best level of care. Dental health is a lifelong commitment, therefore we provide advice with a long term view in mind.

Your first visit includes:

  • A thorough examination of your gums and teeth including oral cancer screening
  • A full face screening X-ray (OPG)
  • 2 dental decay screening Bitewing X-rays
  • Dental photographs for records and discussion purposes
  • Taking models of your teeth as needed
  • A complimentary second appointment to discuss results and treatment plan if needed

6-monthly check up and cleaning

Regular review and cleaning of hard plaque is essential to healthy gum. Every six months is the recommended period. In addition to tartar removal, we polish off stains using prophy jet spray.

Emergency dental appointment

Dental pain is never pleasant. If you require an emergency appointment, we will fit you in at the next available appointment.


There are many reasons teeth need fillings, such as decay, broken teeth or cracked teeth. We are an amalgam free clinic, providing tooth coloured fillings with bonding technology.

Orthodontics (Braces)

Crooked teeth, apart from affecting your smile, cause many problems in your mouth. This includes but not limited to excessive tooth wear, increased decay risk and gum disease. Some of these problems can be prevented by straightening your teeth. We treat patients using individually designed braces which increases treatment efficiency.

Smilefast: Magic Braces

Smilefast – a system newly designed for adults who are looking for a cosmetic solution. Benefits include reduced treatment time to months, instead of years. Clear ceramic brackets and coated wires used are almost invisible for the more self-conscious patients.


Invisalign is a modern and hygienic way to straighten your teeth. It uses a series of clear, custom-made medical grade plastic aligners to gradually and gently move your teeth into their desired position. These aligners are virtually invisible, comfortable to wear and easy to remove. Simply take them out for special occasions and brush and floss as normal throughout your treatment. Invisalign is a modern and hygienic way to straighten your teeth.

Endodontics (Root canal treatment)

When teeth become infected, cleaning and filling the contaminated area inside the teeth allows you to keep your teeth for many years. With the right techniques, this treatment can be carried out with minimal to no discomfort.

Crowns and Onlays

Heavily filled or cracked teeth often need protection by means of capping the top of the teeth. We utilise new bonding technology in combination with new ceramic materials which result in superior strength and minimal cutting of your teeth.

Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is one of the simplest ways to brighten your smile. Ask us if whitening is suitable for you.


Dentures can be a very cost effective option of tooth replacement. We provide various types of dentures to suit your needs.


We provide both resin composite and porcelain veneers as a treatment to cap or improve appearance of teeth. Veneers can be done in combination with braces or teeth whitening to achieve optimal cosmetic results.

Extractions and wisdom teeth

Unfortunately, some teeth cannot be saved and require removal. We utilise techniques which minimise discomfort during the procedure.


“Prevention is better than cure”
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Children dentistry

Good dental habits are developed at an early age and can set children up for a lifetime of good oral health. It is best when they come to the dentist when they are not in discomfort. Bring your child in with you at your next 6-monthly review.


After many years of use, teeth can be severely damaged due to various reasons. Ask us what we can do for you.

Fissure sealant

When adult teeth first erupt into the mouth at the age of 6, they are most prone to decay, especially if they are formed with deep grooves. Sealants are designed to flow in and block these grooves, reducing the risk of decay.