Snoring & Sleep Apnoea

Snoring can be a nuisance. It can also be a sign of Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA), which can have serious effects on your health. Snoring is caused by a partial obstruction of the airway, causing a vibration of air as we breathe in and out. OSA involves repeated episodes of partial or full airway obstruction during sleep, caused by abnormal relaxation of the tongue and airway muscles. 1 in 5 people suffer from obstructive sleep apnoea, and 80% are... Read More

Jaw Joint & Headache

JAW DISORDER (TMD), HEADACHE AND TEETH GRINDING MANAGEMENT What is TMD (or TMJ disorder?) Do you suffer from any of the following? Frequent headaches & migraines Jaw discomfort Difficulty with chewing or opening of the jaws Tightness or pain in the muscles of your head, neck or shoulders Pain behind the eyes Ringing or blocked ears Jaw joint clicking or locking Grinding or clenching of the teeth A feeling of toothache when no... Read More

Gum Disease

What is gum disease? Gum Disease is a term to describe a range of conditions affecting the gums and supporting tissues of the teeth. The correct term is periodontal disease. The most common types of periodontal disease are: Gingivitis - surface inflammation confined to the top layer of the gums, usually caused by plaque buildup from poor brushing or flossing. Periodontitis - a deeper inflammation of the gums and other supporting tissues of the teeth,... Read More

Reconstructive & Restorative

Whatever your dental condition, our team of dentists in Perth skilled in cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry, can design a solution to enhance and improve your oral health and flashing a healthy beautiful smile. Our clinic has the expertise for whatever your restorative dental clinic needs are - cosmetic, reconstructive, oral surgical and implant dentistry. Here's some of a just a few examples of reconstructive and cosmetic dental transformations for our... Read More

Decayed, Chipped and Worn Teeth

Damage to teeth (such as decay, chipping, excessive wear and fractures) are caused by a variety of factors, such as dental decay, nocturnal teeth grinding (bruxism), trauma, years of fillings and dental repairs, unhealthy bite, acid reflux, bulimia, weak enamel, genetic or dietary factors such as excessive sugar and acid intake. There are many ways our dentists can repair decayed, worn, broken or chipped teeth, but most important is the diagnosis and treatment... Read More

Emergency & Toothache

It's good to be proactive with your dental health, but sometimes a dental emergency happens when it's simply not convenient. Finding an emergency dentist in Perth can be tricky. Our philosophy as a dental clinic in Perth is to provide a personalized, caring service whilst giving time and attention to each patient. Whilst we like to maintain a "small practice culture" with our patients and have in the past not been an "emergency clinic", we have recently made... Read More

Root Canal Treatment

At the mention of root canal treatment, many people’s anxiety levels rise. But what actually is the procedure, why would you need one, and is it anything to worry about? What is Root Canal Treatment? Your teeth are made of the outer enamel, inner dentin, and a core chamber filled with nerves, cells and blood vessels. This inner chamber is called 'the pulp' and it extends down the roots, into the jaw bone, via narrow pathways called 'root canals'. The tooth... Read More

Crown & Bridge

Dental Crowns and Bridges are advanced laboratory-made coverage of teeth which are case-designed and fabricated. They are a strong and aesthetic way of restoring heavily filled or damaged teeth and gaps. Crowns restore heavily damaged or unsightly individual teeth. Bridges can be used to replace missing teeth, though often as a second resort when considering the benefits of modern dental implants in replacing missing teeth. If you suffer from damaged or... Read More