General  Dentistry in Hamilton Hill
At AP Dental, our general dentistry services are designed to provide a comprehensive range of dentistry services for the entire family. From routine check-ups and professional teeth cleanings to more complex procedures, we have the experience and skills to meet your needs. The dentists we have are passionate about providing general dentistry services that meet your needs and exceed your expectations. Contact us today to schedule a consultation!
Keep Your Teeth Healthy and Avoid Expensive Treatments with our General Dentistry Services
Our teeth are an essential part of our overall health and well-being. Yet, many people only visit a dental clinic when they have a problem. By that time, it may be too late.
It is essential to see a dentist regularly, even if you don’t have any pain or other symptoms. That’s because dental health problems can develop silently. By not going to the dentist regularly, you’re putting yourself at risk for more significant and expensive problems.
At AP Dental, we offer general dentistry services to provide comprehensive care to help keep your teeth healthy and free of problems. We believe that by seeing our patients regularly, we can help them avoid many of the common dental problems that people experience. Taking preventive measures can save time, money, and discomfort in the long run. So don’t wait for a dental emergency to make an appointment – schedule regular check-ups with your general dentist in Hamilton Hill today.
Our General Dentistry Services
Scale and Clean
A scale and clean at AP Dental is performed by skilled dentists with the help of special tools to remove plaque and tartar from your teeth. You'll leave our office with cleaner teeth and less risk of developing dental problems, such as tooth decay and gum disease.
In tooth extraction, the tooth is removed from its socket in the jawbone. Your dentist is experienced in performing extractions and use advanced techniques so that the procedure is as painless and comfortable as possible.
Root Canal Therapy
A root canal is a dental treatment that saves teeth that have been damaged by decay or infection. During the procedure, the pulp (nerve and blood vessels) is removed from the tooth, which is then cleaned, filled, and sealed.
Wisdom Teeth Removal
AP Dental offers wisdom teeth removal with the latest dental systems to diagnose problems and remove the affected wisdom teeth. We use painless techniques so that you can have a comfortable experience during your procedure.
AP Dental offers comprehensive gum disease treatment for patients in the Hamilton Hill area. Our experienced team of dentists offers treatment for all stages of gum disease, and we will work with you to create a treatment plan that meets your needs.
We offer dental fillings as a way to restore teeth that have been damaged by decay. We believe that our patients should have a choice in the type of filling material used, so we offer several options, including tooth-coloured filling materials that are both durable and aesthetically pleasing.
Bruxism can lead to tooth wear, tooth pain, and headaches. AP Dental offers treatment for bruxism so you can get relief from these symptoms and protect your teeth from further damage.
A custom mouthguard is a great way to protect your teeth from injury while playing sports or participating in other activities. Our custom mouthguards are made from high-quality materials and customised to fit your teeth properly for maximum protection.
A night guard can protect your teeth from damage if you grind your teeth at night. Our night guards are made of durable plastic and are custom-fitted for your comfort.
Why Choose A P Dental
Compassionate and Highly
Skilled Dental Team
At AP Dental, we provide general dentistry care for patients of all ages using the latest dental technology. Our state-of-the-art dental clinic is equipped with modern technology, and we use only premium dental materials. This allows us to provide our patients with high-quality dental service and a first-class dental experience.
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Frequently Asked Questions about General Dentistry
Why do I need to have my dental check-up regularly?
Regular dental check-ups are essential for maintaining good oral health. Dental appointments provide you with an opportunity for preventive care and a thorough teeth cleaning. Potential problems can be detected before they become more serious (and more painful). The earlier the diagnosis, the treatment will be less invasive and less costly. It can also reduce the risk of tooth loss and improve dental treatment outcomes. Furthermore, regular dental check-ups allow you to discuss any oral health concerns you may have with your dentist.
How often should I have my teeth cleaned by my dentist?
A scale and clean is a necessary procedure that helps to remove tartar and plaque build-up from your teeth. For most people, we recommend getting a cleaning every six months. This allows us to remove any built-up plaque and tartar and check for any early signs of gum disease. Those with gum disease or who have had it in the past should come in more frequently for cleanings every three or four months.
How do I prevent dental problems such as cavities?
Dental problems, such as cavities, are unfortunately quite common. However, there are several things that you can do to help prevent them.
- Brush your teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste. This will help remove any food particles or bacteria clinging to your teeth.
- Don’t forget to floss! Flossing daily helps remove plaque and bacteria from between your teeth, where brushing can’t always reach.
- Use an antibacterial mouthwash regularly. Mouthwash helps to kill germs and freshen your breath at the same time.
- We recommend visiting your dentist regularly for professional cleanings and check-ups.
- And last but not least, avoid sugary snacks and drinks. The sugar can stick to your teeth and contribute to the formation of cavities.
Is gargling mouthwash and flossing necessary?
What are the early indications of dental trouble?
Early signs of dental trouble can be easy to miss. However, some warning signs should not be ignored. Regularly dealing with bad breath that doesn’t go away with brushing and flossing could be a sign of gum disease. Similarly, mouth sores can be a sign of infection, while tooth sensitivity and toothaches may indicate that a cavity is developing. Swelling in the face or gums is another red flag, as is jaw pain. Of course, a broken tooth is the most obvious sign of dental trouble. If you notice any of these problems, you must see a dentist as soon as possible. They can help to diagnose the problem and recommend treatment.
Does my health fund cover general dental services?
Get a Smile that Stands Out
At AP Dental, we are proud to offer a wide range of dental services to meet the needs of our patients. From professional cleanings and dental fillings to more complex procedures, we are here to help you maintain a brighter, healthier smile. Book your appointment today and see the difference our team can make.