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Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full mouth reconstruction refers to rebuilding and/or replacing all the teeth in a patient’s mouth. Full mouth reconstruction combines aesthetics with the science of restorative dentistry to improve the health, function and appearance of the mouth.
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Are a way to replace a missing tooth or teeth without the need for an implant. Bridges are false teeth anchored in place by neighbouring teeth. The bridge consists of one or two crowns with a false tooth/tooth next to, or at its centre.
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Dentures - removable or implant retained

Prosthetic devices that replace missing teeth. There are three types of dentures full, partial and implant retained.
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Are strong thin pieces of ceramic (porcelain) or resin material that are bonded to the tooth or teeth. Veneers are used to repair chipped, misshaped, stained or damaged teeth and may help with closing gaps between teeth.
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Crowns and Caps

Dental restorations that protect damaged, cracked or broken teeth. Dental crowns are often called caps as they sit over the entire part of the tooth that lies above the gum line.
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Dental Implants

Artificial devices designed to replace the root of a missing tooth and roots of missing teeth. It can also be used to replace a whole arch of teeth safely and effectively.
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Comprehensive dentistry in collaboration with other clinicians

Prosthodontists are accustomed to working collaboratively with general and specialist dentists, ENTs, surgeons, general practitioners and many more clinical and allied health professionals where required to get the most optimal outcome.
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Oral Appliances

  • Occlusal guards/splints
  • Mandibular advancement splint for sleep apnea (anti-snoring device)
  • Mouthguards
  • Bleaching trays – teeth brightening and whitening

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Management of TMD/TMJ pain

Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) when not functioning properly can cause severe jaw or facial pain. Prosthodontists are trained to diagnosis and treat Temporomandibular Discomfort (TMD). There are several treatment options depending on the severity of symptoms, often requiring co-ordinated treatment from multiple fields.
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Maxillofacial prosthodontics

Involves the prosthetic rehabilitation of patients with defects or disabilities that were born (such as cleft lip or palette) or acquired through disease (such as oral cancers) or trauma.
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Bonding with fillings after

Bonding with tooth coloured filling materials

A restorative procedure that uses tooth coloured composite resin to repair teeth that are decayed, chipped, fractured or discoloured.
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