General dentistry (often referred to as family dentistry), encompasses a variety of treatments aimed at the patient’s overall oral care.
Our professional team can assist with:
At your first visit we will provide a comprehensive treatment plan to explain further procedures and their associated fees. We will provide educational literature to assist, and of course, we are happy to answer any questions.
Comprehensive Oral Examination
A six monthly check-up not only aids in the prevention of major dental issues, it also plays a vital role in your overall health and wellbeing. Patients who regularly visit the dentist, find their overall dental costs are more affordable, with fewer out of pocket expenses due to an unexpected dental emergency.
At Greenvale Dental Group, our routine check-ups and full oral examinations are conducted via a professional dentist to detect:
Our dentists will examine the tissues in your mouth, throat and tongue and are experienced in detecting serious health indicators such as oral cancer, diabetes or vitamin deficiencies.
When was your last oral check-up?
Through x-ray, a dentist can check the health of your tooth, check for cavities, look at the roots, determine loss of bone structure, and monitor the progress of developing teeth. X-rays assist a dentist to ascertain existing problems which may have otherwise gone undetected.
Patients can be wary of exposure to radiation via x-ray. Greenvale Dental Group use digital x-ray equipment which provides up to 90% less exposure to radiation than traditional non-digital systems. The level of radiation from your dental x-rays will be less than being exposed to the sun.
In some cases, an OPG (panoramic or wide view x-ray) or a CBCT scan is required.
Your dental routine should represent the different stages in your life. Let our professionally trained all female staff guide and educate you in the importance of good oral hygiene for your Infant, toddler or adolescent.
Root canal treatment (RCT) is a common, endodontic procedure where the tooth’s pulp has become infected usually as a result of heavy decay, cavities, fracture or injury to the tooth.
We understand not everyone loves dentistry like we do. Although dentistry has changed over the years, some patients are plagued with fear and anxiety and will often forgo necessary dental treatment which can ultimately affect their overall health.