General Dentistry: Comprehensive Care for All Ages

General dentistry at Maroubra Junction Dental Centre encompasses a wide range of dental treatments designed to maintain and improve oral health. Our skilled team provides everything from routine cleanings to more complex procedures, ensuring your dental needs are met with precision and care.

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White Fillings: Durable and Discreet

Opt for aesthetically pleasing fillings that blend seamlessly with your natural teeth, providing a durable solution to cavities.

Customized solutions to replace missing teeth, enhancing smile aesthetics and improving chewing functionality.

Essential for patients involved in sports, our custom-fitted mouthguards protect against tooth damage and injuries.

A necessary procedure to treat infected or inflamed roots, preserving the tooth and alleviating pain.

Safe and effective removal of problematic teeth, including wisdom teeth, to prevent future dental issues.

Treatments and devices to help alleviate snoring and manage sleep apnoea, improving your overall health.

Frequently Asked Questions

Regular dental check-ups help detect and prevent potential dental issues before they become more serious. This proactive approach can save costs and prevent discomfort associated with more complex dental procedures later on.

General dentistry includes a range of services aimed at maintaining good oral health, such as fillings, extractions, root canals, and treatment for gum disease. These services help maintain dental health and functionality.

It is recommended to visit the dentist at least twice a year for a regular check-up and cleaning. However, your dentist might suggest more frequent visits depending on your specific dental health needs.

Flossing removes plaque and food particles from between the teeth and under the gumline, areas that a toothbrush can’t reach. Regular flossing helps prevent gum disease and tooth decay.

For sensitive teeth, using toothpaste formulated for sensitive teeth can help. If the problem persists, it’s important to consult a dentist, as this could be a sign of a more serious condition.

Fluoride helps strengthen the enamel on your teeth, making them more resistant to decay. It is a common ingredient in many types of toothpaste and can also be applied directly by a dentist.

Dental X-rays help dentists diagnose conditions that are not visible during a regular dental examination. These can include issues within the tooth or beneath the gums, such as impacted teeth, abscesses, or jawbone damage.

Yes, your diet can significantly affect your oral health. Foods high in sugar or acidity can promote tooth decay and erode enamel. A balanced diet, low in sugary snacks and beverages, is beneficial for your dental health.

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