I.V. Sedation

Intravenous (I.V.) Sedation, also called Conscious Sedation or “twilight sleep”, means giving you medications to make you relaxed and drowsy directly into your bloodstream. A small plastic catheter is introduced into a vein in your arm or hand, similar to having a...

General Anaesthesia

A general anaesthetic (GA) means being “put completely to sleep”. lt is done by a Board Certified Anaesthesiologist in an operating room environment. There is no awareness or recollection of your surgical or dental procedure. Reasons for selecting a GA are more...

Extractions: Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth usually emerge from the gum between the ages of 17 and 24. They are the last of the large grinding teeth at the back of the mouth (molars). Some people never develop wisdom teeth but you could have up to four – one in each corner of your mouth. Wisdom...

Extractions: Impacted Canines /Teeth

An impacted tooth simply means that it is “stuck” and cannot erupt (break through the gums) into proper position or function like normal teeth. Patients frequently develop problems with impacted third molar (wisdom) teeth, which are the most commonly impacted teeth,...

Crowns & Bridges & Veneers

Crowns Crowns are fixed covers or caps that structurally support teeth. They can be either gold or porcelain (tooth color). Crowns are tightly bonded to the tooth and/or teeth and are used to repair teeth that have been badly broken, that have root canal fillings,...

Fillings

A dental filling is a type of restorative dentistry treatment used to repair minimal tooth fractures, tooth decay or otherwise damaged surfaces of the teeth. Dental filling materials, which include composite, porcelain and silver amalgam, may be used to even out tooth...