• Routine Dental Examinations and Cleaning

    A dental exam usually involves the removal of plaque or tartar (calculus) which are major contributors to cavities and gum disease. An examination will enable the dentist to assess any potential problems early on which can mean a more successful and simple treatment. During an examination a set of dental radiographs (x-rays) maybe taken. This allows the dentist to check areas under fillings and between teeth that are not otherwise visible. An examination is an ideal time to ask any questions about possible treatments or about tips on caring for your teeth at home.

  • Periodontal (Gum) care

    Periodontitis is the destructive form of gum disease and it is not reversible. However it can be treated and stabilised. You can prevent gum disease by brushing twice daily, flossing once a day and visiting your dentist regularly.

  • Fillings

    A filling involves the removal of any soft, infected part of the tooth. This is done in such a way as to keep as much healthy solid tooth as possible. There are a several different filling materials available. Some materials are more suitable than others in different areas of the mouth. Discuss with your dentists which material is most appropriate for you.

  • Root Canal Treatment

    At the core of a tooth is the nerve and blood supply, known as the dental pulp. The space in which the dental pulp rests is known as the root canal and pulp chamber. The dental pulp can become damaged which can cause a toothache or an infection (dental abcess). In order to retain the tooth a root canal treatment is required. The first step is to clean out the damaged dental pulp from the root canal and chamber. Next the canal is shaped and thoroughly cleaned. Finally the canal is sealed with a root filling and the top of the tooth is restored.

  • Tooth whitening

    We offer the polanight whitening system to brighten up smiles.

  • Emergency Appointments

    Emergency appointments available for the relief of pain.


    CEREC is a dental restoration product that allows the dentist to produce a porcelain restoration using a variety of computer assisted technologies, including 3D photography and CAD/CAM. With CEREC, teeth can be restored in a single sitting with the patient, rather than the multiple sittings required with earlier techniques.

  • Crowns

    Crowns are placed over weak teeth to make them strong again. The dentist will take x-rays and assess the gum around the tooth to make sure it is a good candidate for a strong, long lasting result.

  • Replacing Teeth

    Unfortunately teeth need to be removed from time to time. There are a variety of ways to put teeth back.
    • Removable Partial denture “ this is a cost effective way of replacing a tooth, it can be either plastic or metal.
    • Porcelain bridge/bonded bridge “ this is a way of putting a tooth back and having it fixed into place unlike the partial denture. It involves covering or bonding to the neighboring teeth.
    • Implant “ an implant replaces missing teeth that have adequate bone and it is a highly successful way of replacing teeth.

  • Community Dentistry

    • We are able to provide free dental care for teenagers under the age of 18.
    • Community Service Card emergency dental care. This is subsidized public health scheme for the relief of dental pain. This service is offered under strict criteria. It is a limited service so it is important that you check with your dentist if you qualify for the subsidy before your treatment begins.
    • WINZ quotes for emergency dental care.


553 Queen Street, Levin 5510
Phone 063687788
Fax 063687860

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