As one of Perth’s most established health care providers, you are guaranteed to experience premium service at an affordable price. We have created a facility that feels comfortable to our patients, especially since a trip to the dentist can cause some anxiety. Browse through our informational resources for more information about dentistry.
Dental care can become costly depending on the service you require but you don’t have to worry about being able to afford it. With Medicare bulk billing, your whole family will be taken care of, as your dentistry bills will be covered in accordance with your chosen plan.
For more information, or to book an appointment, contact Apollo Health.
Do whitening toothpastes actually work?
Whitening toothpastes contain additional abrasive chemicals, and while all toothpastes remove plaque and stains, toothpastes with whitening agents go a little further in providing extra stain removal, however, it is not a permanent solution.
How can I change the shape of my teeth?
There are many options available to change the shape of your teeth. It is necessary to get a professional option, as the shape you desire may not complement your mouth structure. Services like crowns, veneers, bonding and re-contouring can be used to alter tooth shape.
I’m petrified of going to dentist, how can I get over this?
You’re not alone! Having a fear of dentists is quite common. Any good dentist should take your fear seriously and not just brush it off. It is very important to talk with your dentist beforehand and find comfort in their expertise. If your dentist does not make you feel comfortable then you should find a new one.
How often do I need a dental check up?
Visiting a dentist regularly is vital to maintaining a healthy smile. You should go for a check up at least twice a year – that is a minimum requirement.
Do I really need x-rays?
Dental x-rays a routine exercise that help your dentist pick up early warning signs. Diseases and defects as a result of root structure or decay build up can only be seen using x-rays – making it completely necessary.
How does a tooth decay?
Simply put, plaque causes tooth decay. Plaque develops on your teeth as a result of some foods we eat that forms an acid-like layer. This bacteria cannot be completely removed with simple brushing, which is why you are encouraged to floss and use mouthwash regularly, as well as visit the dentist for a professional cleaning, regularly.