Sutherland Dental - General Dentistry

Regular routine check-ups are essential for your overall health. Patients should always seek a healthy relationship with their teeth.

At Sutherland Dental, our philosophy is to collectively support you and commit to your oral health goals. General Dentistry visits typically involves a check-up, with the option of further treatment for gum treatment or tooth filling.

Our experienced dentists will perform a full examination of your mouth, with a possible future treatment plan depending on your results.

During the check-up, the dentist will perform a thorough clean to remove any tartar or plaque within the surface area of your teeth. Doing this will remove debris and allow for regular brushing and flossing, to develop cleanliness within the acute gaps and apply fluoride directly to the tooth surface to strengthen.

Benefits of Routine Check-Ups

Receiving regular check-ups can prevent the need for future dental work and be assured that you would be able to keep all your natural teeth.
Further benefits of regular dental check-ups include:

  • Prevention of bacteria, cavities and gingivitis
  • Examination of your Oral health
  • Recognise and solve potential dental problems
  • Prevent early oral disease

We recommend clinic visits every six months to maintain your healthy smile and prevent dental diseases.

Tooth Filling and Gum Treatment Procedures

The tooth filling process involves using specialised equipment to drill a hole and remove any decay. The hole within the tooth is cleaned and dried, and is filled with a single type of filling material:

  • Dental Amalgam (Silver filling)
  • Composite Resin (Coloured filling)
  • Gold
  • Porcelain

The options can be discussed with your dentist during the procedure.

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Gums act as the foundation for your beaming smile.
Any form of disease must be treated almost immediately. Our specialist dentists are skilled in clearing any diseases which threaten to spread. Known as Scaling and Root Planning (SRP), treatment involves first scraping remains of plaque and tartar. The dentist will then scan for any dangers of bacteria by smoothing any rough spots, providing a clean surface to reattach the teeth.

Surgical gum disease treatments are also available if critical:

  • Flap and Pocket Surgery
  • Bone Grafts
  • Soft Tissue Surgery
  • Bone Surgery

If this is what you’re looking for, what are you waiting for? You are just minutes away from beginning your life-changing journey with us!

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