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Dental check-ups and hygiene
Regular check-ups provide the best way to prevent damage to your teeth.
Port Douglas Dentist recommends check-ups and teeth cleans every 6-12 months, depending on your dental health.
Gum disease has been linked to health issues such as heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis and respiratory illnesses.
Regular teeth cleaning can help prevent gum disease.
To maintain healthy teeth and gums:
- Brush and floss every day
- Always use a toothpaste that contains fluoride
- Don’t smoke
- Visit the dentist regularly
- Always brush after eating sweet foods
Our Port Douglas practice does not use amalgam fillings, instead opting for highly durable, tooth-coloured composite restoration materials. These fillings result in less tooth damage and are more visually pleasing. Dental fillings
Implants, which are essentially titanium replacements for the root portion of the tooth, allow management of missing teeth. They function in the same manner as teeth and have high success rates when used. Implants can help support dentures and can be a great addition for denture wearers.
Dentures are a removable item and are made in materials such as metal, plastic and flexible compounds. Let us fit your dentures to replace missing teeth.
Root canal treatments
Port Douglas Dentist offers root canal therapy in what has mostly become a pain-free experience. In this procedure, the inner nerve of the tooth is removed because of injury caused by decay or injury.
Enhance the natural beauty of your smile with a complete range of treatments.
A consultation and examination will assess your needs.
Treatment plans could start with something as simple as teeth-whitening to more complex work such as implants.
To improve the appearance of your teeth, also choose from veneers, crowns and bridges, and composite fillings.
Port Douglas Dentist offers:
- Amalgam replacement
- Childrens' Dentistry
Toothache is generally triggered by a tooth, gum or soft tissue problem or by accident and trauma. We recommend you call our practice as soon as pain develops, to address the issue and any underlying cause.