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General Dentistry

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT GENERAL DENTISTRY

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General Dentistry Warrnambool

We all would like things that we enjoy to remain with us and continue to be available to us always.

Dental health is one of those things and unfortunately one of those things we can easily take for granted, we can all be guilty of assuming that if we have no pain, we have no problems and that nature will tell us if and when we might need to pay some attention to our teeth.

However, things just don’t always work out the way we would like, in fact, the most potent dental disease that accounts for the most tooth loss in the world is PAINLESS, and by the time we start to notice a problem it can be too late!

So, what can we do to make sure that we keep one step ahead?

The answer is simple, just have your dentist do a routine check once every six months and do carry out all the procedures your hygienist recommends daily, but make sure you have a complete understanding of your teeth and gums and how oral hygiene procedures need to be adapted for your dentition- it’s no ‘one size fits all’.

Come and see us at the Warrnambool Dental because we customise all our advice and procedures for your specific needs.

With combined disciplines of preventive and restorative dentistry, here are a few common dental services covered by general dentistry:

Our General Dentistry Services in Warrnambool

So, what can we do to make sure that we keep one step ahead?

The answer is simple, just have your dentist do a routine check once every six months and do carry out all the procedures your hygienist recommends daily, but make sure you have a complete understanding of your teeth and gums and how oral hygiene procedures need to be adapted for your dentition- it’s no ‘one size fits all’.

Come and see us at the Warrnambool Dental because we customise all our advice and procedures for your specific needs.

With combined disciplines of preventive and restorative dentistry, here are a few common dental services covered by general dentistry:

Scale and Clean & Dental Check-ups, to keep your teeth and gums healthy, and detect early signs of oral disease

Crowns & Bridges, to replace lost/damaged tooth structure and/or missing teeth

Dental Implants, for replacement teeth that last for a lifetime

Extractions, to remove damaged teeth that cannot be saved

White Fillings, to restore decayed and broken teeth

Oral Cancer Examination, to detect dangerous diseases that can be addressed if detected early

Orthodontics, to straighten teeth and bite

Root Canal Treatment, to save diseased teeth

Dental Sealants, to help prevent tooth decay

TMJ Treatment, for pain in the jaw that can impede with biting, chewing, and speaking

Tooth Decay Prevention, so you keep your natural teeth as long as possible

General Dentistry in Warrnambool

We look forward to welcoming you.

Drilling? No Thanks!

Ring us at Warrnambool Dental to discuss the Drill no Fill Process. This is how it works: easy and quick in one sitting!

The affected surface is gently and painlessly prepared with an etching gel.

The caries (decay) area is filled and sealed with a special filling material.

General Dentistry in Warrnambool

Call us on (03) 5562 4433 or visit us at 454A Raglan Parade in Warrnambool.

Dental FAQ’s

Listed below are the most commonly asked questions we receive from our patients.

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How often do I need to visit the dentist?

See your Warrnambool dentist for regular dental check-ups at least two times a year.

For patients with ongoing dental treatments or existing problems, your Warrnambool dentist decides on how often you visit.

How do I take care of my teeth at home?

Brush your teeth at least two times a day. Floss once daily. Maintain a teeth-friendly diet by cutting back on your sugary and acidic food intake. Smoking and using tobacco products can also affect your dental health, so if you do smoke, try stopping.