Services

Here at Ashmore Dental, we pride ourselves on the skills and experience of the team of dentists which not only provide us with quality assurance but also allow us to provide a wide range of services to all our patients. Our entire team enjoys delivering quality treatment at the highest standard of professional service to you and your family. If you would like any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will endeavour to answer all your queries as effectively and efficiently as possible.
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General Dentistry+

We appreciate the fact that quality dentistry starts from the fundamentals so will never compromise on all of our preventive, general and cosmetic dentistry. With our extensive knowledge and experience in this field, we are able to offer a complete range of general dental and cosmetic services for each and every individual. We recognise that no two patients are alike and are able to coordinate a treatment plan for each individual to meet their wants and needs.

Cosmetic Dentistry+

Since the advent of cosmetic dentistry, there has been a growing need and desire to improve one’s appearance. With all the new technology and resources made available to us, it is our aim to achieve the highest level of function and aesthetics for all of our patients. This is made possible with the use of the most advanced white fillings, ceramic and porcelain crowns and veneers, implants, gingival contouring and teeth whitening.

However, this does not complete your treatment in cosmetics. We are also well versed in providing all the necessary education for you to maintain your smile at home.

Just For Kids+

Early detection of problems is integral in maintaining and sustaining health teeth and gums. That is why we place great emphasis on the health of children’s teeth. It is well recognised that early intervention and maintenance can lead to healthy teeth for a lifetime for our generation and those of our children. Our dentists are very gentle, patient and understanding of your child’s delicate needs. We offer a complete range of preventative services such as fissure sealants, hygiene appointments, fluoride treatments and mouthguards.

We recommend your child come in as early as the age of two for their initial consultation to ensure that they are able to build as comfortable a rapport with the dentist at an early age. We are also able to work in close association with pediatric dentists and orthodontists to achieve the greatest result for your child’s teeth.
Please refer to our section in FAQs for further information about these issues.

Preventative Care+

Prevention is the key to a healthy and long lasting smile. For this reason, that is why it is the most essential service we can provide for you. Our services in this respect include hygiene appointments for your professional cleaning and examinations (most commonly a six-monthly basis; fissure sealants to minimise the chance of decay in some back teeth; mouthguards and; oral hygiene instructions to educate patients on the best manner to maintain their smile.

Please refer to our section in FAQs for further information about these issues.

Dental Health for Mothers+

Pregnancy is among one of the most beautiful and natural experience a woman can ever experience. However, it is also be a time in your life, as well as post-child birth, when you are much more prone to dental issues. The staff at Ashmore Dental are aware of these challenges you may experience and are more than happy to devise a course of action/prevention to help you during this special time in your life.

Please refer to our section in FAQs for further information about these issues.

Teeth Whitening+

No one will dispute the fact that a white vibrant smile will brighten the dullest of situations. Teeth whitening is a very common procedure used to improve your smile. Here at Ashmore Dental, we promote the use of home-kit whitening which involves the fabrication of well fitting teeth trays and the use of a strong whitening agent. It is effective, quick, safe and easy to use. We are also able to provide you with an entire range of advanced teeth whitening adjunctive treatments to maximise your whitening process. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information about this treatment option.

Ceramic Crowns and Veneers+

A proven method for restoring teeth and maximising aesthetics, ceramic crowns and veneers have become the standard of care for broken down teeth. We ensure our work is to the highest standard by working in close association with the best Australian dental technicians to achieve a tooth that replicates the ideal in your mouth. Not only are crowns and veneers excellent for building teeth up for strength and protection from further breakdown, they also can be used effectively to improve the function and appearance of your smile.

Replacing Missing Teeth+

The team at Ashmore Dental understand that in some circumstance, despite yours and our best efforts, it may not be possible to maintain your natural teeth. Once your tooth has been removed, it is ideal to replace this tooth to prevent from further damage to your surrounding teeth and bite. The options for replacing these teeth are implants, ceramic or metallic bridges, or removeable dentures or plates. In cases whereby all your teeth are missing, implant- supported or implant-assisted full dentures will be the most optimal option without fear of loose dentures.

Please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss these options further.

Rotary Endodontics+

In many cases whereby the tooth has very deep decay or an irritate/infected pulp, root canal therapy is the only option to save this tooth in the long-term. These procedures have been made available for many decades now, however, with advances in technology, root canal therapy has been made more simplified and more comfortable for our patients, giving them the opportunity to maintain their teeth for longer. At Ashmore Dental, we use the latest in rotary endodontic technology to ensure the best possible results for our patients as well as minimising discomfort.

Implants+

With the increased desire to restore natural tooth function as a result of missing teeth or ill-fitting dentures, implants have become somewhat of a standard in this treatment. Not only can implants improve the general function of your teeth, they can also improve the appearance of your teeth and also markedly improve your ability to speak. They are a biocompatible material, made from titanium, which becomes part of your bone structure when inserted via a process called osseointegration. They are commonly used in single tooth replacements, but can also be used for complex bridgework and supporting or assisting dentures.

If you have any queries or concerns regarding these options, please do not hesitate to contact us.

TMJ Disorders+

Many people in the community suffer from issues with their jaw. It may range from something as simple as a click in the jaw to something more serious like temporo-mandibular disorder (TMD). Issues with the joints of the jaw usually occur in people who are under increased pressure, stemming from problems of subconsciously clenching and grinding their teeth during periods of stress and tension. Signs and symptoms of TMD include: muscle pain in the jaw, temples and neck resulting in headaches; clicking and deviation of the jaw upon opening; lock jaw; jaw muscle soreness upon waking in the morning and; ringing in the ears or earaches.

Prolonged periods of grinding and clenching of your teeth can be very harmful to your teeth and lead to permanent damage to your jaw joint, as well as fractured teeth and fillings. Apart from stress, TMD has been linked to changes in your regular bite, poor posture and sleep positions. However, all these problems can usually be solved through consultation with your dentists and the fabrication of a splint for your teeth/jaw. In more difficult cases, it may involve management with muscle and joint specialists and/or minor surgery.

If you feel you have this condition, please do not hesitate to contact us to make an appointment for your consultation.

Emergency Care+

At Ashmore Dental, we understand that dental emergencies do not discriminate and can happen to anyone at any particular time. We will endeavour to manage your issues to the best of our abilities and have time put aside each day with deal with these misfortunate occurrences. We have extended operating hours for your convenience and are happy to accommodate any emergencies with the time provided.

What to do:

Knocked out tooth
If the tooth has been knocked out completely (with the root in tact), attempt to replant the tooth in its correct orientation back into the socket. However, if the tooth is dirty (fallen on the ground), rinse the tooth in milk, being careful not to hold the tooth by roots. If milk is not readily available, rinse the tooth quickly under water (no more than a few seconds) or have the patient gently suck it clean prior to putting it back into the socket.

However, if the tooth can not be replanted, place the tooth in milk or in the patient’s mouth, either on the side of the cheek of under the tongue. In such a situation, contact us as soon as possible, as time is critical for successful replantation.

Broken tooth:
If the broken tooth resulted from a blow to the face, clean the debris with warm water and place a cold pack on the face next to the site of injury to minimise swelling. If possible, try and keep all the missing bits of the teeth and bring them to the dentist, keeping them moist. It may be possible to bond the teeth back almost without any visible scarring. It is also wise to contact us as soon as possible.

Oral Surgery/Wisdom Teeth+

Wisdom teeth is the commonly used term for ‘third molars’ – the large teeth right at the back of the mouth that come through last, usually between the ages of 17 and 25, though they can also erupt much later or not at all.

Wisdom teeth tend to become problematic when there is insufficient room for them and they become impacted (stuck). This normally results in infection and inflammation around the gum covering the impacted teeth. The most common symptoms include, swelling, bad taste/odor, pain, soreness on chewing, jaw stiffness, headaches and a general unwell feeling.

It is recommended that all patients have their wisdom teeth assessed and monitored by their dentist during their late teens and early twenties. The dentist will recommend an X-Ray to see how the wisdom teeth are positioned and whether extraction is required. The X-Ray will also determine if the wisdom teeth can be extracted in the chair or a referral to a maxio-facial surgeon is required.