The most critical dental practice of all is regular, general care, which we see as a partnership between patient and practice. At Comfort Care Dental, we’ve got you covered for all your general dentistry needs:

Cleaning and Prevention

Cleaning and prevention is all about a preventative, proactive effort between you and us, to avoid dental diseases and conditions. Through good oral hygiene at home to regular dental visits with us, we can help you maintain your oral health and avoid serious and sometimes costly dental problems. Keeping your smile healthy, beautiful and confident is our ultimate goal.

Dentures and Partial Dentures

Dentures are devices designed to replace missing teeth. They can be removable, bond or clasp to existing teeth, or be fixed prosthodontics (see Dental Implants). Dentures can help patients resolve chewing difficulties, collapsed facial appearance from tooth loss, problems with pronunciation and low self-esteem. Getting dentures with us involves just a few appointments, where highly accurate impressions and measurements are taken to create your custom denture.

Root Canal Therapy

Root canals are a good treatment option when decay has reached the tooth pulp (the living tissue inside the tooth), or there has been injury or trauma to the tooth. Root canals can save teeth that might otherwise need extraction, which can cause problems for adjacent teeth and end up costing more than a root canal treatment. Root canal treatment is highly successful and usually lasts a lifetime.

Sedation Dentistry

Unfortunately, some people don’t visit the dentist because they are too fearful or anxious, but the good news is there’s no need to worry anymore. With sedation dentistry anxiety is alleviated, there’s no pain and it is perfectly safe with few side effects. The most popular dental sedatives are nitrous oxide, oral conscious sedation and intravenous sedation. Different levels can be utilised depending on your individual needs. Regardless of the type chosen, it’s essential you bring someone with you to accompany you to and from your appointment. If you or someone in your family suffers from anxiety about dental checkups, you can rest assured we at Comfort Care Dental will do everything to make you feel comfortable and at ease.

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth are your last teeth to develop, usually between 17 and 25 years of age. Often they become impacted or grow at odd angles, causing complications such as pain, infection and damage to neighbouring teeth. It is strongly recommended by leading dental associations that patients’ wisdom teeth be evaluated by their dentist for assessment and proper management plans to ensure a good outcome.