Our Services

Dental care is not just about keeping your teeth sparkling; it's an essential part of overall health. Regular dental check-ups and proper oral hygiene can prevent the buildup of harmful bacteria that can lead to tooth decay and gum disease. This proactive approach helps avoid the discomfort and cost of complex dental procedures down the line.

Family & General Dentistry Services

Dental Check-Ups

Regular dental check-ups prevent tooth decay, gum disease, and identify early signs of oral health issues, facilitating timely intervention.


We provide our services to children, with a focus on prevention and education to help support and form lifelong good dental habits.

Mouth Guards

Mouth guards protect against dental injuries, prevent teeth grinding at night, reducing wear and potential damage.

Nitrous Oxide

Nitrous oxide is a form of inhalation sedation used regularly in dentistry to reduce anxiety and tension during your dental visit. Nitrous Oxide only lasts for as long as you are inhaling it, and when it is stopped, you are back to your normal self again.


These replace one or more missing teeth. An artificial tooth anchored in the gap between two teeth.

Root Canal

The aim of this treatment is to save a tooth that has been badly damaged due to disease, decay or injury. It is generally recommended that it be crowned afterward the procedure.

Teeth Whitening

A variety of products and procedures to enhance the look and feel of your smile.


The best way to protect and strengthen a tooth. A crown fits over the existing natural tooth and replaces the enamel part of the tooth above the gums.

Tooth Extractions

Tooth extractions are performed to address severe decay, infection, overcrowding, or impacted teeth. Extractions can alleviate pain, improve oral health, and, in cases of wisdom teeth, prevent future complications.


These are used to replace areas of the tooth that have been removed due to teeth decay.


These are artificial tooth roots that are inserted into the jawbone to replace missing natural teeth. Implants and their attached crowns closely mimic the look and function of real teeth.


When many teeth are lost or extracted, a denture may have to be fitted to maintain normal chewing, bite, speech and the appearance of the upper and lower jaws.