For excellence in all aspects of dentistry, you have come to the right place.
Our holistic approach to dental care starts as soon as you come in.
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We are commited to helping you access all aspects of dentistry.
Restorative Dentistry refers to the “restoration” or rebuilding of your teeth which have been damaged by dental caries (decay) or by traumatic injury, but can also include restoring or improving the appearance, shape, alignment or colour of your teeth (see cosmetics).
New technologies have made a beautiful smile more affordable and more attainable than ever before. Hollywood smiles are no longer limited to Hollywood Stars.
It is important that children have a great introduction to dental treatment and feel comfortable from their very first visit.
Coastal Dental are commited to education patients on good Oral Health habits so that expensive and time consuming dentistry can be avoided.
Prosthodontics also known as Crown and Bridge treatment makes up a significant proportion of our work. Crown and bridgework can restore and enhance both the appearance of your smile as well and chewing function.
Root Canal Therapy is the process of removing inflamed pulp (tooth nerve) from inside the tooth and filling the canals with a special root filling so the tooth can be saved, rather than removed.
At Coastal Dental we are committed to providing you with comprehensive dental care, therefore we have established within our practice, a dedicated hygiene department. Our wonderful dental hygienist Alexandra is a valuable member of our team who provides a range of dental care treatments for adults and children.
Here at Coastal Dental, we get see many patients throughout the year who present with many avoidable sports dental injuries. Usually the severity of the injury can be minimised or completely avoided, by wearing a professionally fitted mouthguard.
We get many patients throughout the year who present with many avoidable sports dental injuries. Usually the severity of the injury can be minimised or completely avoided, by wearing a professionally fitted mouthguard.
Anyone who participates in sport that carries a risk of contact to the face should wear a mouth guard.