YOUR FAMILY DENTIST WAGGA WAGGA FULLY ACCREDITED DENTAL CLINIC
Come and talk to our Wagga implant dentist today. We have completed advanced training in Oral Implantology at the University of Sydney. A crown, bridge or entire set of teeth can be attached to the dental implants. They just look and feel like your natural teeth.
Our Wagga dentists have received Masters in cosmetic dentistry from the prestigious King’s College, University of London. We will work with you to give you the smile you have always wanted.
Aligners are a great and fast solution for mild crowding or protrusion of the front teeth. You will also pay only a fraction of what it costs for traditional orthodontic treatment. Talk to our Wagga dentists for more information!
Special time slots are allocated throughout the week to cater for your emergency dental needs. Immediate dental treatment will be given to patients suffered from dental trauma.
YOUR DENTIST WAGGA SERVICES
Our practice is head and shoulders above the rest as we consistently provide a relaxing and welcoming environment, allowing you to sit back and put your feet up while we take care of all your dental needs. We understand that dental procedures can be nerve-wracking, our caring and compassionate team will take extra good care of you and ease any worries you may experience. You and your loved ones are always our first priority and we strive to give you the smile that you want and deserve.
Our dentists continuously seek further education, keeping up to date with the latest dental innovations and techniques as part of their commitment to the wellbeing of their patients. We are a fully accredited dental practice, which represents an ongoing commitment of our practice to uphold the highest levels of professional dental care and safety standards. We aim to always provide an excellent experience with superior services and the latest dental technologies. With a team who strive to meet your individual dental needs while being kind and understanding you will now confidently look forward to coming to the dentist.
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Receding gums are a condition in which your gums pull back from the tooth surface, exposing the root surfaces of your teeth. It’s just one form of gum (periodontal) disease. This is a serious consequence of poor oral health, which may lead to tooth loss.
Dental plaque is something we all have on our teeth. This soft, sticky film builds up on your teeth after bacteria mixes with saliva and food. If plaque isn’t removed, it can harden on your teeth and turn into calculus, otherwise known as tartar. This buildup of plaque and tartar can cause your gums to become tender and swollen, which is an early stage of periodontal or gum disease.
Have you noticed brown or white spots on your child’s teeth? Do they experience pain when eating, or after brushing? Molar Hypomineralisation (“chalky teeth”) in children is a common problem that requires urgent dental care.
Depending on your preference, budget and dental condition, there are several factors to consider when it comes to selecting the right material for your dental veneers.
Tooth wear is when you lose a portion of your tooth’s surface. There is a certain level of wear and tear that is considered normal with age. However, certain factors can cause tooth wear that occurs beyond the normal scope and can lead to serious dental problems and pain if the wear leads to nerve exposure.
Dental implants and dentures each have their own advantages and disadvantages. It’s important to discuss your options with the dentist. It’s also worth exploring other alternatives to dentures and implants, such as dental bridges.
Dental cavities are caused by decay that happens over time. You might not even know you have a cavity until certain symptoms become impossible to ignore.
CAN I GET MY TEETH WHITENED?
DO YOU OFFER BULK BILLING?
DO YOU OFFER PAYMENT PLANS?
I AM VERY NERVOUS ABOUT DENTAL VISITS, WHAT ARE MY OPTIONS?
Our caring and compassionate Wagga Wagga team will take extra good care of you and ease any worries you may have. There are several forms of sedation dentistry options available, including Sleep Dentistry, Happy Gas (Inhalation Sedation) or General Anaesthesia. These methods can help nervous patients feel comfortable and relaxed during a dental procedure.
DO YOU DO DENTAL IMPLANTS AT YOUR SURGERY?
DO YOU OFFER BRACES?
bulk billing dentist access $1052 in benefits for treatment under child dental benefits schedule
You are important to us and our warm and welcoming team of dentists and front office staff will ease any nerves and make you feel right at home and a part of our family. At Morgan Street Dental Centre we ensure that you receive the best dentistry treatment and service as we make your experience our priority. Our highly qualified staff are dedicated to working with you, as a local Wagga Wagga team, to find the best options for all diagnoses and oral concerns, whatever they may be, and we do so in a way that will have you leaving our practice feeling incredible.