General Family Dentistry
Our experienced staff at Lowood Dental can cater to your entire family’s needs, from young children to the elderly. We believe prevention is better than a cure and our aim is to prevent unwanted dental problems through patient education and regular hygiene appointments.
We believe it is important for patients to be actively involved in their oral health, from good hygiene habits at home to making informed decisions on treatment. For this reason, we strive to ensure our patients are thoroughly educated on all treatment options available and let you select the treatment course that best suits your overall needs.
If you do find yourself with a dental problem, our highly skilled dentists are ready to help!
Veneers and Crowns
Porcelain veneers are a great way to improve stained, crooked or chipped teeth. This treatment involves bonding a thin porcelain coating to the front surface of your chosen teeth, resulting in a bright, straight and natural-looking smile. Porcelain veneers are durable, easy to maintain and stain resistant.
Teeth that have been significantly compromised can benefit greatly from the strength and protection a crown provides. Dental crowns are tooth-shaped, porcelain ‘helmets’ that are custom designed for each patient and restore the integrity and aesthetics of the tooth.
For minor chips, cracks and discolouration, filling material (composite) may be all that is required to achieve a healthy smile. This treatment is faster and more cost-effective than traditional porcelain veneers.
At Lowood Dental, we invest the necessary time and effort to achieve optimal results creating the smile you’ve always dreamt of. So, if you find yourself hiding your smile, come in for a chat and let one of our friendly dentists help give you the confidence to show off your pearly whites again!
It is always preferable to keep your own teeth. However, if you are in a position of needing to replace one, two or even all of your teeth, dentures are a cost-effective way to restore your smile and increase the functionality of your molars. Depending on individual needs, they can be made with either a cast chrome (metal) or an acrylic (plastic) base.