General Dentistry
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GENERAL DENTISTRY covers a range of treatment options and procedures fundamental to protecting and maintaining a good standard of oral health.


Fillings are used to treat tooth cavities and caries, which are holes in the teeth. Cavitated teeth are prone to a buildup of bacteria and if not addressed early, further complications such as infection and tooth loss could arise. Many cavities will go unnoticed and show no symptoms until they become much larger. Your general dentist will be able to spot early signs of cavities and treat them before they become problematic.

In most cases, a cavity can be treated and restored the same day it is discovered by your general dentist. Receiving a filling is a routine and painless procedure.


Composite fillings are mercury free and made of tooth colored plastic mixture filled with glass particles. The colour of these fillings perfectly matches the shade of the tooth thereby enhancing esthetics.


Broken teeth / chipped teeth

Decayed teeth

Gaps between teeth


Preventive treatment is there to help you look after your oral health and prevent diseases before they arise or become too problematic.
You will be shown better brushing techniques, advice on a more suitable toothbrush and how to floss correctly to remove plaque yourself, Which will enable you to maintain your oral health at a good level and hopefully reduce the need to visit the dentist at more regular intervals.
Preventive treatment is only successful when the patient works effectively alongside their general dentist.


Tooth polishing is a dental procedure that leaves your tooth enamel glossy and smooth. it’s a standard part of a routine cleaning appointment.

The benefits of tooth polishing are :

Smooth Enamel

Less Plaque Buildup On The Teeth

Freshen Your Breath

Avoid Tooth Decay


It is not always possible to remove dental plaque and calculus (tartar) only through brushing. Dental scaling is a routinely performed procedure to help patients with gum disease and excessive plaque buildup.

This is done with an instrument that vibrates at a high frequency with water to more efficiently remove the debris while preventing any damage to your tooth root.