Your initial 45 minute assessment consultation requires one full mouth radiograph Xray. This appointment will cost $195. You will receive YOUR personal oral health plan. Not what we want. Its your plan, tailored to what YOU want and need. You will be given a printout and a copy of your xray if you want.
Smilecare is your preventive care program. For adults, this provides an full check-up, scale removal, polish of teeth and any restorations and remineralisation to make sure all is as it should be. It is health maintenance.
Our fee is dependant on how regular you have your care and how little scale and debris we have to remove to get your teeth clean.
Usually a smilecare visit cost is under $200. If other diagnostic tests are required or if active gum disease needs to be treated additional fees will be advised.
Your Smilecare includes a home care smilepack – toothbrush toothpaste and floss. You may also purchase Smilecare mouthrinse breath freshener, plaque remover and biofilm alkalizer.
If you require Smiledentistry, we utilise only high quality longterm esthetic materials – bonded fillings, ceramic inlays and ceramic titanium and cast gold crowns and implants.
A small cavity can be repaired and restored with a bonded filling for $150 – $350
A large defect or broken tooth will need an inlay to reinforce the remaining tooth. We use Cerec – a one visit custommade cadcam milled ceramic insert that fits the defect precisely and restores the tooth back to full strength. It is bonded to the tooth , is tooth coloured, hard as tooth, strong and tough as tooth, is biocompatible, doesnt stain. Inlays will cost $950-$1450.
A tooth that is broken down or fractured or weak may need a crown to rebuild it . A crown is a gold or ceramic thimble that coats the whole tooth with a hard tough surface. Crowns are bonded on and can be used to restore a faulty bite or to restore a discoloured, chipped, patch filled weak front teeth. Crowns cost $1600-1950
depending on utility, esthetic requirement, whether gold or titanium or zirconia is needed for extra strength or if the crown is to restore an implant.
We stand by the quaility and expertise of our dentistry and expect it to last a long time. We would never want you to have any problem because we are proud of our reputation for “striving for excellence” in the delivery of personal dental care.
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