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General Dentistry Services in Moggill

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General Dentistry Services: At our Moggill Road practice, we believe prevention is key. You can set yourself up for a lifetime of good health by keeping your teeth and gums healthy. Providing a range of general dentistry treatment options and providing exceptional customer service from the moment you join our dental family is our top priority. The goal of our practice is to educate and empower our patients about their treatment options and provide the highest level of care. We hope you feel exceptionally well taken care of by our team at Moggill Dental.

What is General Dentistry?

General dentistry usually pertains to the teeth, gums, and maxillofacial region (the jaw and face). The goal of general dentistry is to prevent disease rather than treat it, so patients are seen by their dentist every few months.

What does General Dentistry entail?

In general, you are most likely to see your dentist regularly as a preventive measure. In contrast, you consult your regular doctor only when there is a problem or when you need a checkup.

The relationship between dentistry and oral health is complex, but one thing is for sure: having healthy teeth and gums prevents many diseases that can affect your overall health. There is a broad range of diseases, conditions, and disorders that general dentistry can prevent, diagnose, and treat, including some that do not relate to the mouth or oral health. An oral infection may lead to tooth loss and costly treatment to restore function, as well as pain and discomfort. It may even adversely affect your health.

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General Dentistry Services in Moggill Village

Exams & Cleaning…

A comprehensive dental visit includes a dental exam and a professional cleaning. Your dentist will start by checking for cavities and assessing your gum health. In addition, she will examine your face, neck, and mouth for abnormalities that may indicate a health concern like oral cancer or jaw problems.  The doctor will assess your airway to rule out apnea issues and obstructions. X-rays and photographs may also be taken during a dental exam, and a thorough cleaning is then done to remove plaque and tartar. 

Children Dentistry …

Children’s dentistry is focused on oral healthcare and care for children from infancy throughout adolescence. We treat children’s teeth, gums, and mouths throughout their developmental stages, so that they can enjoy good oral health for a lifetime. The Australian Dental Association recommends a visit as early as one year old.

Root Canals

When a tooth becomes badly infected by decay, a root canal is performed. Our dentist will remove the diseased nerve tissue and clean out the infected tooth. Using some restorative options, the tooth then can be restored to its ideal shape and function.

Composite Fillings…

Composite fillings are a common dental treatment that protects the teeth from bacteria. Fillings made of a composite of plastic and glass are placed in an in-office procedure. In addition to restoring decayed teeth and protecting them from future infections, fillings can also improve your appearance and function.

Inlays & Onlays…

These types of dental restorations cover various aspects of decayed or broken teeth. Ceramic and a special lab-reinforced dental composite are the most common materials used for inlays and onlays.

Porcelain Crowns

Crowns are used on teeth that have suffered extensive decay, have fractures, or have had root canals. In order to restore form and function, dental crowns support the tooth and protect it from forces applied during biting. Cover the entire natural tooth, sit at the base of the gum line, and blend seamlessly with natural teeth.


By replacing missing teeth, you will be able to smile confidently and speak without discomfort.

Definition of Dental Terminology

Restorative Dentistry

Any concerns we find, we will work closely with you to provide quality, effective treatment. Typical dental restoration procedures include removing tooth decay and placing a filling or ceramic restoration like an inlay or onlay after the decay has been removed.

Cosmetic Dentistry

To create your dream smile, we offer a variety of treatments to address your aesthetic concerns. We offer cosmetic treatments such as teeth whitening, composite or porcelain veneers, and laser soft tissue corrective therapy to help you achieve a confident smile.

Preventive Dentistry

Preventive dentistry consists of taking care of your gums and teeth and maintaining good oral hygiene to keep them healthy. Untreated oral infections may increase the risk for diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, pregnancy complications and even other health issues.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Most frequent questions and answers
Q. When my child’s permanent tooth is knocked out, what should I do?

Find the tooth and rinse it gently with cool water. If possible, replace the tooth in the socket immediately and hold it in place with gauze or a washcloth (do not scrub or clean it with soap!) In case you cannot replace the tooth in the socket, place it in a clean container with milk, saliva, or water. Visit the Emergency Dentist as soon as possible. The sooner you seek treatment, the better your chances of saving your tooth.

Q. What if a tooth is chipped or fractured?

Get in touch with your dentist as soon as possible. If treated quickly, a tooth can be saved, infection prevented, and extensive dental work can be avoided. If your lip is also injured, rinse your mouth with water and apply cold compresses to reduce swelling. Bring the broken tooth fragment to the dental office in cold milk or water if you can find it.

Q. What should I do if my child’s baby tooth is knocked out?

Contact your emergency dental office immediately. Baby teeth should not be replanted, as this may cause damage to the developing permanent tooth.

Q. What if my child has a toothache?

Call our office right away. You might be able to alleviate your child’s pain using over-the-counter medications, dosed according to weight and age. Apply a cold compress or ice wrapped in a cloth to the area of the pain, but do not apply heat or aspirin.

Q. What is the most durable tooth replacement?

The best way to replace a missing tooth is with dental implants, which are very reliable and feel and look like natural teeth.

Services at Moggill Dental

At our General and Family Dentistry practice, we strive to keep your teeth healthy and functional.

Our cosmetic dentistry services also include teeth whitening, veneers, invisible braces and white fillings.

About Moggill Dental restorative dentistry

Restorative Dentistry

We are passionate about helping patients with missing teeth to preserve the most youthful look possible.

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