Burwood East Family Dental
The Centre for Aesthetic and Implant Dentistry is a true family dental practice, offering care for the whole family. While we have a great reputation for our cosmetic treatments, we are also passionate about our regular dentistry services for all stages of life.
As well as offering advice on preventative dental care, we offer the full range of dental treatments that you would expect from a family dental practice.
Read on to know more about family dental care and what we have to offer your entire family, from young to old.
Paediatric dentistry is the specialist branch of caring for children’s teeth. We positively encourage our youngest patients to come and see us as soon as they have teeth. This is to normalise visiting the dentist, helping to set up your child for a lifetime of great dental care and to identify and treat any issues as early as possible for a good outcome.
Paediatric dentistry includes preventative dental care, offering regular dental check-ups for your child and advice on brushing and diet to establish lifelong habits for a healthy mouth and teeth.
We also offer tooth repair where necessary with tooth-coloured fillings.
Rest assured all care offered to your little ones is offered with sensitivity and compassion. It is also designed to instil a positive attitude towards visiting the dentist.
Our experts even offer sleep dentistry with our fully trained medical anaesthetists to provide the most stress-free experience for children who have a dental phobia or disabilities that make conventional dentistry challenging.
General family dental care
We offer a full range of general family dental care services for adults, too.
This includes root canal therapy to gently treat diseased or damaged tooth pulp, through to no-needle no-drill treatment for nervous patients. We also offer solutions to snoring and sleep apnoea and grinding, clenching and headaches.
We are also renowned for our cosmetic dentistry and smile makeover services to help you achieve the smile you’ve always wanted for yourself.
Family dental care for seniors
It’s important for senior family members to maintain regular dental check-ups. This helps to identify any changes due to age and to offer treatment at the earliest opportunity.
Gum disease is another issue that can affect older people. The early symptoms of gum disease include bleeding or sore gums and bad breath. Fortunately, early gum disease, or gingivitis, can be easily treated by your dentist.
More seriously, if your gum disease progresses to a later stage called periodontitis, it can only be stabilised, not cured, and it may lead to tooth loss. This is why it’s so important to go for regular check-ups at every stage of life.