DENTAL CHECK UP MANDURAH PEEL DENTAL STUDIO - YOUR MANDURAH FAMILY DENTIST
When it comes down to it, you and your family’s dental care shouldn’t have to be unpleasant or impersonal. Instead, enjoy a truly outstanding experience at Peel Dental Studio. Your local Mandurah dentist since 1979.
Our Dental team treats patients just like we want to be treated ourselves, and with the latest dental technology and a wide variety of service available at our Mandurah Office located at 150 Pinjarra Road Mandurah, you’ll find that your expectations are always exceeded when you come in for an appointment.
We see patients of all ages, your family deserves the best dental care available in the Peel area. Contact us today to experience the Peel Dental Studio difference.
SERVICING THE MANDURAH AREA SINCE 1979
At Peel Dental Studio, you will receive the best possible treatment from friendly professional dentist in Mandurah. We are dedicated to preventative dental care.
Peel Dental Studio has been part of the Peel Community since 1979, and more particularly Dr. Ross Bailey has been part of the Peel community since 1984. We have a long relationship and history with the Mandurah area and have maintained a solid professional reputation.
We have a team of local mandurah dentists that are supported by our dental support staff. All are passionate about providing exceptional dental care.
We use the latest state of the art technology at our clinic. All of our staff are kept abreast of innovative technologies and processes. We are an accredited practice and as such have an extremely high level of quality control, maintenance and hygiene protocols second to none. With patient education and care as our priority.
So when you are looking for your next Family Dentist in Mandurah contact our caring and dedicated team at Peel Dental Studio.
FAMILY DENTIST MANDURAH
With staff consisting of amazing dentist, hygienists, and a family dentist providing dental care to our young patients. Many of the families come from all five boroughs.
Our friendly staff understands the importance of quality family time, that is why we make a reasonable effort to accomodate our families and schedule them around the same time so they can carry on with the day as soon as possible.
Our local dental clinic offers a full range of dental services to our patients.
BOOK A DENTAL CHECK UP TODAY
We invite you to call 08 9535 4900 and schedule your dental checkup at our dental office located at 150 Pinjarra Road Mandurah
When you come in, our friendly staff will make sure everything is ready to go. Next, we will take images of your teeth and gums to see if there are any infections or decay that are under the surface.
We will also perform a visual inspection of your gums and each one of your teeth. During this time, we will also be looking for signs of infection, tooth decay, gum disease, and oral cancer. If we identify any of these issues, we will discuss treatment options with you and may even be able to treat minor cavities that day.
Before starting any procedures we will discuss them in detail to ensure that you are comfortable. We will also clean your teeth before you go to ensure that you do not have any lingering plaque or bacteria in your mouth.
When you visit our dental clinic in Mandurah we will provide you the highest quality of care we can, by completing your dental checkup efficiently and gently.
General Dentistry FAQs
See your dentist as soon as possible about your toothache if:
- You have a toothache that lasts longer than 1 or 2 days
- Your toothache is severe
- You have a fever, earache, or pain upon opening your mouth wide
Proper identification and treatment of dental infections is important to prevent its spread to other parts of the face and skull and possibly even to the bloodstream.
A check-up, which involves a thorough examination of your teeth, gums and mouth, will prevent minor problems from becoming major ones.
we recommend six monthly check ups with our friendly mandurah dentist, which when supported by a good at-home routine, will help to keep your mouth healthy.
Nowadays, a regular examination uses both modern technology and the dentist’s up-to-the-minute knowledge and skills, all in a virtually pain-free environment.
At each check-up, our dentist or dental hygienist will ask about any difficulties since your last visit. As you settle into the dental chair, a check-up, scaling and polishing takes place.
Check-up: We will check for cavities and to see if there’s any plaque – that’s the clear, sticky layer of bacteria – or tartar on your teeth. Next, the dentist checks the gums, seeing if the spaces between your teeth and gums are shallow. Gum disease becomes apparent when the spaces become deeper. The dentist also checks the tongue, throat, face and neck, looking for any signs of trouble or swelling as well as detecting any signs that might indicate oral cancer.
Scale & polish: Plaque or tartar build-up needs to be removed, so the dentist or hygienist uses special instruments such as an ultrasonic scaler to painlessly knock loose any larger pieces of tartar, and provide deep cleaning above and below the gum line – all with a tickling vibration. Once all the surfaces are smooth, they are polished to remove stains from the teeth using a slow-speed handpiece with a soft rubber cup that spins. Inside the cup is a polish comprised of an abrasive toothpaste-like material and fluoride – this powerful mix is spun around on the soon-to-be smooth and shiny teeth.
While you usually have about 32 teeth in your mouth, sometimes your jaw can be too small to accommodate them all. If there’s not enough space for a wisdom tooth to come through properly, it may erupt at an angle. Before too long, it can start pushing against an adjacent tooth, causing pain and irritating the cheek and gums. The wisdom tooth will have become an impacted tooth.
Impacted teeth can lead to gum infection, tooth decay, damage to other teeth and even jaw cysts. Sometimes lymph glands under the jaw become swollen and sore as a result of recurring infections. Extraction of the wisdom tooth or teeth may be the best solution. Generally, upper wisdom teeth tend to be easier to remove than lower ones, and they are more likely to be impacted.
Our best advice is to call our team so we can take a look at your wisdom teeth.
Call us at 08 9535 4900 or visit us at 150 Pinjarra Road Mandurah WA 6210.
Some wisdom teeth grow through the gum, breaking the surface but not fully erupting. This can cause problems, including something called pericoronitis: swollen, irritated or infected gum tissue that surrounds the partially erupted tooth. Symptoms of pericoronitis can include pain, swelling or a bad taste in your mouth.
If your wisdom tooth has only partially erupted and is causing swelling or infection, you may need an antibiotic or even full removal.
Sometimes, wisdom teeth grow into spots that make them extraordinarily difficult to clean, heightening your risk of decay and gum disease. If that’s the case, or if the tooth has already undergone decay, In this case we may recommend extraction.
Once decay has taken hold in a tooth, it will continue to damage more and more of the tooth, becoming more painful until treated by a dentist. A filling repairs the damage caused by decay and stops any more bacteria from entering the tooth. Dental Fillings can be made of a number of different materials and can be used to repair any tooth in the mouth.
Fillings are situated in a warm, wet, bacteria-filled environment and are placed under constant stress and movement. Despite this, the average life of a filling is about 12 years. Sometimes things go wrong and a filling may crack, break or even fall out. However, with a regular oral hygiene regime, the life of a filling is substantial.
Looking for your next family dentist is a very important choice to make. You and your family dentist will be long-term oral health care partners; therefore, you should find someone you can be comfortable with.To find a suitable dentist to meet your needs, consider asking the following questions as a starting point:
- What are the office hours? Are they convenient for your schedule?
- Is the office easy to get to from work or home?
- Where was the dentist educated and trained?
- What’s the dentist’s approach to preventive dentistry?
- How often does the dentist attend conferences and continuing education workshops?
- Does the office appear to be clean, neat, and orderly? Do all surfaces and equipment in the treatment room appear clean?
- Is the dental staff helpful and willing to answer your questions?
- Do you observe the dentist and staff wearing gloves and other protective gear during actual patient treatment?
Peel Dental Studio is an accredited dental practice which means we follow extremely high level of quality control, maintenance and hygiene protocols second to none.
We are conveniently located at 150 Pinjarra Road Mandurah.