Our Services

We offer a wide range of services from filings and root canals to dental implants. To help reduce pain during treatments, we provide a number of different sedation options.

The Beach Dentists team also has extensive experience in preventative care – helping you protect your teeth and maintain your oral hygiene before more serious issues arise. Whether you are at risk of developing an infection or require assistance preventing tooth decay, we share our best professional advice.

Ongoing check-ups at Beach Dentists, regular cleaning and education about the benefits of good oral hygiene will help you take the best care of your teeth.

Our Services

We offer a wide range of services from filings and root canals to dental implants. To help reduce pain during treatments, we provide a number of different sedation options.

The Beach Dentists team also has extensive experience in preventative care – helping you protect your teeth and maintain your oral hygiene before more serious issues arise. Whether you are at risk of developing an infection or require assistance preventing tooth decay, we share our best professional advice.

Ongoing check-ups at Beach Dentists, regular cleaning and education about the benefits of good oral hygiene will help you take the best care of your teeth.

Our natural-looking restorations are suitable for those who have damaged, decaying, chipped or cracked teeth. We also offer solutions for those who have lost teeth completely, but always endeavour to repair your teeth before removing them.

During your initial consultation with Beach Dentists, we’ll thoroughly assess your mouth and provide our professional recommendation on the best treatment based on your unique needs. We’ll always ensure you understand what these treatments involve and any risks and side-effects associated with them so you can make an informed decision.

At Beach Dentists, dental crowns are one of our most common procedures. This versatile tooth restoration procedure is often used to strengthen a tooth that has been affected by severe decay, fractured during an accident or weakened by root canal therapy. Our porcelain crowns are made using state-of-the-art computer technology and are custom-made to fit the original tooth’s shape and appearance. Strong and natural-looking, dental crowns are designed to last for many years when you take good care of your oral health.

A dental bridge plugs the gap and supports your teeth if you’re missing a tooth or a tooth needs to be extracted. A bridge is created by joining one or more false teeth together and securing them by placing a crown on the remaining teeth on both sides of the space.

We begin our bridge procedure by taking an impression of your mouth. Once complete, your custom bridge is manufactured in a dental laboratory. At your next appointment, we’ll check that the custom bridge fits correctly and feels comfortable before it’s secured. Your custom bridge should last for 10-15 years, if you have a good oral hygiene routine and attend regular check-ups at Beach Dentists.

A fissure sealant is a liquid resin that sets hard after a few minutes. Designed to fill small fits or fissures in the back teeth that trap food and are hard to clean, fissure sealants make the tooth smoother and easier to clean. Fissure sealants create a protective barrier against plaque, bacteria and cavities – protecting your teeth against possible infection.

Fissure sealants are offered to patients of all ages, and are often recommended for young children who find it hard to clean their back teeth. The procedure is relatively quick, lasting for a few minutes for each tooth. Fissure sealants typically last for several years.

If you’re looking for a more conservative option than a crown, we recommend getting inlays or onlays. This restoration procedure repairs your damaged tooth by removing a minimal amount of your tooth’s structure.

Inlays are smaller restorations placed in the prepared area of a back molar tooth, while onlays are larger restorations placed on the surface area of a prepared tooth.

At Beach Dentists, we believe prevention is always better than cure. We recommend scheduling an appointment every six months so our team can examine your mouth for any signs of problems, discuss new treatments you might be interested in and clean your teeth professionally.

Our natural-looking restorations are suitable for those who have damaged, decaying, chipped or cracked teeth. We also offer solutions for those who have lost teeth completely, but always endeavour to repair your teeth before removing them.

During your initial consultation with Beach Dentists, we’ll thoroughly assess your mouth and provide our professional recommendation on the best treatment based on your unique needs. We’ll always ensure you understand what these treatments involve and any risks and side-effects associated with them so you can make an informed decision.

At Beach Dentists, dental crowns are one of our most common procedures. This versatile tooth restoration procedure is often used to strengthen a tooth that has been affected by severe decay, fractured during an accident or weakened by root canal therapy. Our porcelain crowns are made using state-of-the-art computer technology and are custom-made to fit the original tooth’s shape and appearance. Strong and natural-looking, dental crowns are designed to last for many years when you take good care of your oral health.

A dental bridge plugs the gap and supports your teeth if you’re missing a tooth or a tooth needs to be extracted. A bridge is created by joining one or more false teeth together and securing them by placing a crown on the remaining teeth on both sides of the space.

We begin our bridge procedure by taking an impression of your mouth. Once complete, your custom bridge is manufactured in a dental laboratory. At your next appointment, we’ll check that the custom bridge fits correctly and feels comfortable before it’s secured. Your custom bridge should last for 10-15 years, if you have a good oral hygiene routine and attend regular check-ups at Beach Dentists.

A fissure sealant is a liquid resin that sets hard after a few minutes. Designed to fill small fits or fissures in the back teeth that trap food and are hard to clean, fissure sealants make the tooth smoother and easier to clean. Fissure sealants create a protective barrier against plaque, bacteria and cavities – protecting your teeth against possible infection.

Fissure sealants are offered to patients of all ages, and are often recommended for young children who find it hard to clean their back teeth. The procedure is relatively quick, lasting for a few minutes for each tooth. Fissure sealants typically last for several years.

If you’re looking for a more conservative option than a crown, we recommend getting inlays or onlays. This restoration procedure repairs your damaged tooth by removing a minimal amount of your tooth’s structure.

Inlays are smaller restorations placed in the prepared area of a back molar tooth, while onlays are larger restorations placed on the surface area of a prepared tooth.

At Beach Dentists, we believe prevention is always better than cure. We recommend scheduling an appointment every six months so our team can examine your mouth for any signs of problems, discuss new treatments you might be interested in and clean your teeth professionally.

Oral Hygiene Treatments

We offer a number of oral hygiene treatments at Beach Dentists, from professional cleaning to guidance for the whole family on protecting your teeth and gums. Our dental hygiene services are cost effective and are an excellent preventative measure for dental decay and gum disease.

Our experienced dental hygienist can professionally clean and scale your teeth to remove plaque. The hygienist will also safely apply fluoride to strengthen your teeth enamel against decay.

We also offer guidance about the optimal ways to keep your teeth and gums healthy, as well as demonstrating the correct brushing and flossing techniques and recommending food and drink to avoid.

Mouthguards

Custom fitted mouthguards help reduce the risk of injuring teeth during sport or other activities. Our experienced dentists take an impression of your mouth and create a custom mouthguard that fits much better than a mouthguard bought in store.

At Beach Dentists, we also offer mouthguards for those who grind their teeth at night, snore loudly or suffer from sleep apnoea.

Oral Hygiene Treatments

We offer a number of oral hygiene treatments at Beach Dentists, from professional cleaning to guidance for the whole family on protecting your teeth and gums. Our dental hygiene services are cost effective and are an excellent preventative measure for dental decay and gum disease.

Our experienced dental hygienist can professionally clean and scale your teeth to remove plaque. The hygienist will also safely apply fluoride to strengthen your teeth enamel against decay.

We also offer guidance about the optimal ways to keep your teeth and gums healthy, as well as demonstrating the correct brushing and flossing techniques and recommending food and drink to avoid.

Mouthguards

Custom fitted mouthguards help reduce the risk of injuring teeth during sport or other activities. Our experienced dentists take an impression of your mouth and create a custom mouthguard that fits much better than a mouthguard bought in store.

At Beach Dentists, we also offer mouthguards for those who grind their teeth at night, snore loudly or suffer from sleep apnoea.

Dental Sleep Apnea and Cranio Facial Pain

Temporomandibular joint disorder refers to any number of problems that can occur with the TMJ. Your TMJ is either one or both of the joints that sit right below your ear, connecting the lower jaw to your skull. You use your TMJ every time you bite, chew, swallow, speak or make facial expressions.

It’s very common to experience problems with your jaw. Some of the more common symptoms include:

  • Clicking, cracking, crunching, grating or popping sound in your jaw joint
  • Pain around the ears, jaw and face (usually a dull ache in and around the ear)
  • Headaches
  • Clenching or grinding teeth
  • Limited mouth opening and locking of the jaw
  • Difficulty swallowing
  • A bite that feels uncomfortable or ‘off’
  • Ringing in the ears, blocked ears and decreased hearing
  • Trouble sleeping

Many people with TMJ problems get better naturally. We recommend booking an evaluation with Beach Dentists if you’re experiencing severe pain.

Our simple four-step system is often the most effective treatment. This system involves:

  • Assessment of your bite
  • Discovery of your ideal bite
  • Recording of your ideal bite
  • Achieving of your ideal bite with orthotic therapy

During therapy, you will wear an unobtrusive orthotic appliance designed to look like your natural teeth. The appliance will reposition your jaw and start to reduce any jaw and facial pain. It will also reduce any other symptoms associated with TMJ syndrome.

Obstructive sleep apnea is a dangerous, relatively common condition that affects more than 750,000 Australians. It has been known to cause a number of tragic events such as diabetes, heart failure, work incidents and strokes. Often those who suffer from sleep apnea also suffer from obstructive sleep apnea, which is caused by the muscles in the back of your throat relaxing and interfering with your breathing while you sleep.

Dental Sleep Apnea and Cranio Facial Pain

Temporomandibular joint disorder refers to any number of problems that can occur with the TMJ. Your TMJ is either one or both of the joints that sit right below your ear, connecting the lower jaw to your skull. You use your TMJ every time you bite, chew, swallow, speak or make facial expressions.

It’s very common to experience problems with your jaw. Some of the more common symptoms include:

  • Clicking, cracking, crunching, grating or popping sound in your jaw joint
  • Pain around the ears, jaw and face (usually a dull ache in and around the ear)
  • Headaches
  • Clenching or grinding teeth
  • Limited mouth opening and locking of the jaw
  • Difficulty swallowing
  • A bite that feels uncomfortable or ‘off’
  • Ringing in the ears, blocked ears and decreased hearing
  • Trouble sleeping

Many people with TMJ problems get better naturally. We recommend booking an evaluation with Beach Dentists if you’re experiencing severe pain.

Our simple four-step system is often the most effective treatment. This system involves:

  • Assessment of your bite
  • Discovery of your ideal bite
  • Recording of your ideal bite
  • Achieving of your ideal bite with orthotic therapy

During therapy, you will wear an unobtrusive orthotic appliance designed to look like your natural teeth. The appliance will reposition your jaw and start to reduce any jaw and facial pain. It will also reduce any other symptoms associated with TMJ syndrome.

Obstructive sleep apnea is a dangerous, relatively common condition that affects more than 750,000 Australians. It has been known to cause a number of tragic events such as diabetes, heart failure, work incidents and strokes. Often those who suffer from sleep apnea also suffer from obstructive sleep apnea, which is caused by the muscles in the back of your throat relaxing and interfering with your breathing while you sleep.