Patient Information

Pamphlets

If you’re avoiding dental treatment due to fear or anxiety, our sleep dentistry services can help ensure the stress-free experience you need.

Frequently Asked Questions

Listed below are the most commonly asked questions we receive from our patients.

We recommend seeing the dentist for checkups two times a year. For patients with ongoing treatments or existing oral problems, your dentist is the best person to guide how often you should come for a visit.

  • Brush your teeth at least two times daily.
  • Floss once daily, too.
  • Have a teeth-friendly diet by cutting back on your sugary and acidic food intake.
  • Smoking and using tobacco products can also affect your dental health, so if you do smoke, try stopping.

Preventive dentistry focuses on proactively addressing potential oral health issues before they become serious problems. By prioritising preventive care, you not only save time and money but also avoid the discomfort and inconvenience of more extensive treatments.

No, preventive dental checkups are for everyone, regardless of whether you have existing dental issues. Regular checkups help catch problems early or prevent them altogether, contributing to maintaining optimal oral health for individuals of all ages.