Providing better oral health is our first priority at Kimberley Park Dental Practice.
It’s important to have regular dental check-ups to make sure your mouth and teeth are healthy; not only now, but for your future oral health. During a dental check-up we’ll perform a thorough check of your teeth and gums to get a good understanding of your teeth, and dental history. After that, we’ll discuss any treatments required, including fillings and crowns, and make a plan that suits you and your oral health goals.
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Your dentist will do a thorough examination of your mouth, teeth, and gums, and assess your oral health.
If required, your dentist will talk through any treatment recommendations off the back of your dental check-up, and work with you to make a suitable treatment plan.
We’ll make sure you’ve got all the information you need to make an informed decision on your treatment, and that you’re fully equipped with after-care guidance and advice.Book an appointmentSee our pricing
It’s common knowledge that we need to look after our teeth, but we often forget about the importance of looking after our gums. Taking care of your gum health should be as much of a priority as your teeth, which is why we recommend seeing a dental hygienist, as well as your dentist in Falmouth, regularly. Your dentist and dental hygienist will work together to create a tailored plan for your oral health care, to make sure your teeth and gums are well looked after and any oral health concerns are caught nice and early. Trust us, you’ll be glad you invested in your oral health further down the track!
An appointment with our experienced dental hygienist involves a thorough check of your gums to make sure there’s no plaque build-up or gum disease, as well as a deep clean and scale to remove any nasties, finished off with a polish. You’ll leave a dental hygienist appointment with your mouth feeling fresh and squeaky clean.
There are times when a dental check-up reveals decay or a cavity that needs to be treated, but don’t worry – fillings are one of the most common dental treatments. Even your dentist probably has one! Fillings are usually performed under a local anaesthetic to make sure you’re completely comfortable, but your dentist will discuss your options with you before going ahead with any treatment, as well as your filling material/colour options.
In some cases if the cavity is advanced, an inlay (used when damage affects the centre of the tooth) or onlay (when damage affects the raised parts of the tooth) may be required instead of a dental filling. During your appointment, your dentist will explain what's happening, why a treatment is recommended, and how you can move forward with a plan to suit your goals.
Dental crowns are a good option when inlays, onlays, and fillings won’t be sufficient to restore decayed or damaged teeth. How do dental crowns work? The first step is for your dentist to remove all decay or damage from the affected tooth, leaving just a post in its place as a replacement tooth, which will be strong enough and secure enough to hold your new dental crown. To ensure a close match between the shape and shade of your crown and the rest of your smile, we work closely with our dental laboratory to create the optimal dental crowns tailored to you. After the procedure, you'll be smiling with confidence and eating normally in no time!
Crowns at Kimberley Park Dental Practice are great for:
Dental bridges at Kimberley Park Dental Practice are a good option for people who have a missing tooth, or not enough healthy tooth structure left to hold a dental crown in place. Missing teeth can be hard for people in many ways other than just your appearance; mainly making it hard to eat comfortably, and causing problems with speech. A missing tooth can also cause your teeth on either side of the gap to move into the extra space, which can affect your bite.
With patients who have missing teeth, we can help by attaching a crown to either side of the replacement tooth, which creates a bridge. Dental implants can also be a suitable solution in some cases, but a dental bridge is often a cost-effective alternative.
Bridges at Kimberley Park Dental Practice help to:
Root canal treatment has a bit of a scary reputation, but at Kimberley Park Dental Practice, we aim to make it as comfortable and as possible. We use a root canal to treat an abscessed, fractured, infected, decayed or abscessed tooth; removing infected and damaged tissue in order to reduce further spread of an infection, relieve pain, and make sure surrounding tissues are cleaned and brought back to a healthy state.
We’ll do everything we can to save the infected tooth, but if it can’t be saved, alternative options include a removable denture, a dental implant, or a fixed bridge. Don’t worry, your experienced dentist will take you through all your treatment options, and make sure you’re comfortable before proceeding with your treatment.
Our friendly team is here to answer any questions you have about a dental check-up and any treatments we offer at Kimberley Park Dental Practice. Book an appointment below or contact us for more information.
Kimberley Park Dental Practice,
29 Kimberley Park Rd, Falmouth,
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Monday - Friday:
8:30am - 5.00pm
Closed for Lunch:
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Saturday - Sunday