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Yandina Dentist

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Discover Comfortable, Thorough Dental Services at The Smile Workx

At The Smile Workx, we believe in providing comprehensive, gentle dental care to every patient.

Our philosophy centres around treating each individual with care, ensuring a comfortable and anxiety-free experience.

Our practice is conveniently located at 48 Mary Street, featuring accessible off-street parking and facilities equipped for wheelchair access, making every visit hassle-free for all patients.

We offer a wide array of dental services designed to meet the needs of your entire family. 

From routine dental examinations to advanced cosmetic procedures, our experienced team is here to support your oral health.

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Why Choose Us?

Opting for our dental practice as your dental care provider means choosing a team that prioritises your dental health and comfort. Our skilled practitioners are devoted to delivering high-quality dental services with a focus on patient satisfaction and comfort. We believe in creating beautiful smiles and ensuring optimal oral health for our patients.

Our clinic stands out for its commitment to providing a welcoming, anxiety-free atmosphere. This dedication helps us maintain a loyal patient base, with many choosing to stay with us for extended periods due to the rapport we’ve built.

Our services are comprehensive and designed to cater to the entire family — from young children embarking on their dental journey to adults with varying dental experiences. 

We tailor our treatments to individual needs, ensuring each visit is as comfortable as possible.

Choose The Smile Workx for quality dental care

You can be confident choosing us because our approach is tailored to family needs.

For more information on dental treatments and appointments, schedule an appointment with us at (07) 5300 2133.

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What is the process for getting dental implants?

Dental implants are a popular and effective solution for replacing missing teeth, providing a fixed alternative to dentures or bridges. At our dental practice, we ensure that every step of the implant process is conducted with precision and care, addressing any concerns routine care might not cover.

Initial Consultation and Assessment

The journey towards getting dental implants begins with an initial consultation at our dental practice. During this visit, our experienced dentists assess your oral health, the density of your jawbone, and discuss your medical history. This phase is crucial for identifying any underlying issues that could affect the success of the implant, such as gum disease or inadequate bone structure. It’s also an opportunity for you to discuss your expectations and any concerns.

Planning and Preparation

If you are deemed a suitable candidate for dental implants, we will proceed with detailed planning. This often involves taking X-rays or 3D images of your mouth to guide the implant placement. Our team will explain the procedure, including the type and number of implants needed. We also discuss the timeline and any preparatory work required, such as bone grafting, if your jawbone is not thick enough to support the implants.

Surgical Procedure

The implant surgery is performed under local anaesthesia to minimise discomfort. During the procedure, small titanium posts are placed into the jawbone where teeth are missing. These serve as artificial tooth roots. Post-surgery, there is a healing period (osseointegration) where the jawbone grows around and bonds with the titanium post, providing a stable foundation for the new teeth. This process can take several months, but temporary dental solutions may be provided to minimise any inconvenience.

Abutment Placement and Dental Prosthesis

Once the implant has fused with the jawbone, the next phase involves attaching an abutment to each implant. This component serves as a link between the implant and the crown (artificial tooth). After the gums heal around the abutment, impressions of your mouth are taken to create the final crown, bridge, or denture, which will be attached to the implants.

Aftercare and Follow-up

Following the placement of your new teeth, routine care and maintenance are essential. We will schedule follow-up visits to our dental practice to ensure the implants are functioning correctly and to address any concerns. Proper oral hygiene practices, such as regular brushing, flossing, and professional cleanings, are crucial to the longevity of your dental implants.

What are the best practices for maintaining dental implants?

The best practices for maintaining dental implants include regular brushing, flossing, routine dental check-ups, and avoiding hard or sticky foods.

What distinguishes cosmetic dentistry from general dentistry?

Cosmetic dentistry and general dentistry are two branches within the dental field, each with distinct focuses and objectives. A general dental clinic typically provides family dental care, focusing on maintaining and restoring oral health. This encompasses a wide range of services such as routine check-ups, cleaning, fillings, and treatments for oral health issues like gum disease or tooth decay. The aim of general dentistry is to ensure a healthy smile and prevent future dental problems through regular, comprehensive care.

On the other hand, cosmetic dentistry involves more complex treatments designed specifically to improve the appearance of teeth and smiles. While it can include some aspects of dental health, its primary goal is aesthetic enhancement. Procedures such as teeth whitening, veneers, bonding, and smile makeovers are common in cosmetic dentistry. These treatments, while not always addressing oral health concerns directly, can contribute to a person’s confidence and overall satisfaction with their smile.

Despite their differences, both fields aim to provide patients with a safe and relaxed environment during their dental visits.

What is root canal therapy?

Root canal treatment addresses infections found in the root canal system of a tooth. It involves removing infected tissue, cleaning, disinfecting, and ultimately sealing the area to prevent further infection. This treatment can save a tooth that might otherwise need to be removed.

Why is wisdom teeth removal necessary?

Wisdom teeth removal is necessary when these back molars do not have enough space to emerge or develop normally. This lack of space can lead to pain, infection, and other dental problems. Wisdom teeth removal can prevent these issues and help maintain overall oral health.

When should you schedule your child’s first dental appointment?

It’s recommended to bring your child for their initial dental check-up by the age of 12 months. This early visit helps in assessing the development of their teeth and gums and establishing a foundation for good oral health practices. We warmly welcome families from all over, including those living in Yandina. Dentist visits at our clinic are designed to be informative and comforting for both parents and children.

Note: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.