As dentists our aim is to save the natural teeth whenever possible. However, there are situations which warrants removing a tooth for the health and comfort of our patientsLearn More
Grinding or clenching teeth while sleeping may occur especially in those who are experiencing pressure or stress. Tooth grinding is hazardous as it affects the mechanics of your mouth and can cause severe wear of the teeth.Learn More
Generally, children should first commence visiting the dentist when they are 3 years of age to become familiar with the dentist and dental surgery routine.Learn More
Custom-made mouthguards accurately conform to your mouth and are of durable construction. Poorly fitting mouthguards provide little protection and tend not to be worn by children due to their discomfort.Learn More
Orthodontics is a dental specialty which deals primarily with the diagnosis, prevention and correction of malpositioned teeth and jaws.Learn More
Dental implants are a permanent solution to tooth loss. They are made from titanium and are surgically inserted into the jaw bone. After a few months of healing, small posts are then attached to the implants, which are used to anchor a crown.Learn More
Dental crowns are permanent covers that encase the entire tooth onto which they are cemented. They include porcelain crowns, gold alloy crowns, acrylic crowns and porcelain–bonded-to-metal crowns.Learn More
Dentures are appliances that replace teeth. Partial dentures are removable false teeth attached to a plastic (acrylic ) or to a metal (cobalt chromium) base.Learn More
Today tooth whitening treatments can effectively transform ageing and discolouration effects.Learn More
At Kedron Dental Centre we can aesthetically enhance your smile by treating chipped, stained or crooked teeth with modern cosmetic dentistry treatments.Learn More
Root canal treatment or endodontic treatment is carried out on to save a tooth that has been badly damaged due to decay, disease or injury. Many people prefer to save their tooth because it generally will function better than an artificial tooth.Learn More
At Kedron Dental Centre we encourage regular attendance on a 6 monthly basis to assess and detect any dental problems. Xrays may be taken to assist diagnosis.Learn More
Regular consultation for the maintenance of your oral health is vital in preventative dental care. We can show you how to remove plaque by flossing and brushing correctly. X-rays and the Diagnodent laser can be used for early detection of decay.Learn More
We are committed to offering the highest quality dental care in a friendly, professional and relaxed atmosphere and our practice facilities and equipment enable you to receive the best treatment available.Book Now
Kedron Dental Centre now offers AfterPay for all treatment plan values from $1 upwards. To be eligible, you will need to setup your own AfterPay account prior to your appointment. Once set-up, you can purchase dental services that you want today and pay for them in four equal instalments, interest fee.
Usage is subject to Afterpay approval and transaction limits. Late fees may apply if you fail to make a payment on time.
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Dentist dispensed and supervised tray-based–at-home teeth whitening methodology has been extensively studied and reported in the dental literature. Its effectiveness and safety has been well documented.
The most common temporary side effects are mild tooth sensitivity and slight gum irritation. Bleaching is not recommended in children younger than 16 years because the pulp chamber or nerve of the tooth is enlarged until this age. Pregnant and lactating women should also forgo teeth whitening. Cavities should be treated before undergoing any whitening procedure.
Discuss tooth whitening further with your dentist at Kedron Dental Centre.
Discolouration of the tooth enamel can be caused by staining, aging or chemical damage to teeth. The more common causes are coffee, tea, red wine, significant amounts of cola soft drinks, cigarettes and some medications.
Genetics can also play a role in the colour of a person’s teeth – some people have a naturally brighter enamel than others. Disease and certain medications eg tetracyclines can also cause discolouration.