• Consultation and Diagnosis
  • Non-surgical Periodontal Therapy
  • Surgical Periodontal Therapy
  • Regenerative Procedures
  • Osseous Surgery
  • Dental Implants
  • Treatment of Peri-Implantitis
  • Gum Grafting
  • Frenectomy
  • Crown Lengthening
  • Collaborative Maintenance
  1. There are many types of periodontal conditions that affect the tissues around teeth, so provision of an opinion regarding the type of condition and management options is service number one.
  2. The most common periodontal condition is an inflammatory condition of chronic periodontitis and the treatment ranges from a course of scaling and root planing (“deep cleaning”) to periodontal surgery.
  3. Once chronic periodontitis is stabilized, ongoing care is provided to ensure good long-term stability.  This part of the treatment is often achieved in conjunction with your dentist or a hygienist.
  4. Our other common procedures include soft tissue grafting to reduce gingival recession, crown lengthening to “lift the gums” for aesthetics or to enable better restorations to be placed, frenectomy to reduce muscle tension in selected sites, exposure of crowns of un-erupted teeth to allow proper development of the tooth and removal of soft tissue lumps, swellings or lesions from gums to assess for pathological change.
  5. We specialise in the surgical placement of implants to provide a fixture for new teeth, bridges or other dental structures to be built.
  6. We offer prevention of peri-implant inflammation, which is carried out as part of regular periodontal assessments and, if necessary, management of the inflammation should it be allowed to develop.
  7. We provide the very best outcome by adopting a collaborative approach with your dentist and/or other specialists.