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Preston Dental Surgury

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Preston Dental Surgery

Preston Dental Surgery is an extension to existing line of dental practices operating in Victoria, Melbourne since 2008. At present time, we have 3 operating surgeries located at Bundoora and Broadmeadows.

Preston Dental Surgery is also family owned and operated dental practice. Therefore, delivering high quality range of dental services at affordable prices is our daily goal. Our admin team are friendly, trained and adhered to policies and procedures. The Infection Control Standards are strictly monitored and reinforced by management. Hence, all aspect of smooth operation and pleasurable expedience of our highly valued patients is assured.

What distinguishes us from other practices is our dedication to making sure that help is offered immediately at a request of a patient. Therefore, we offer 24 hour emergency service.

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Our Treatments

Dentures

Dentures are basically false teeth used to replace missing teeth. A partial denture is used to replace individual missing teeth, and a full denture is necessary when all teeth are missing.

Dentures can be made of acrylic, metal or a flexible material. The dentist would discuss and help decide what would suit the needs of each patient. dentures

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Veneers

Veneers are a thin layer of natural looking tooth-coloured porcelain that can be used to cover the surface of discoloured, crooked, chipped, or heavily filled teeth.

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Crowns

A crown or cap is a dental restoration which completely covers and strengthens an underlying tooth (above the gum line) that has been damaged or discoloured; this could be due to decay, trauma or large failed restorations. Crowns can often be used to improve the aesthetics of a person’s smile or can often be used to strengthen a weak tooth after root canal treatment. corwns

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Bridges

A space or a gap resulting from a missing tooth can cause difficulty in chewing or can result in movement of the adjacent teeth. Amongst the options available to fill the space are dentures, implants, and bridges, bridges being the most popular option. A bridge is basically a false tooth (pontic) replacing the missing tooth/teeth.

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Surgical Extraction

A tooth and its root may need to be removed or extracted due to decay, gum disease, damage, or for orthodontic reasons. Anaesthetic is used to numb the area of extraction so that the patient does not experience any pain (except some pressure) when the tooth is removed.

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Fillings

Fillings are necessary if the dentist detects caries (decay) in a tooth or a deficiency with fillings.

Two types of fillings are available, an amalgam (silver) filling or a tooth coloured/white filling. Amalgam (silver) fillings are usually ideal for medium to large sized cavities. Amalgam does not bond or stick to teeth and depends on enough tooth structure being present to hold the filling in place.

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Fissure Sealants

Crevices and dips in the tooth structure are called pits and fissures. In some patients, pits and fissures can be difficult to clean or brush.

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Scale and Polish

Build-up of food debris and bacteria on the surface of your teeth can cause build up of plaque. Plaque can be removed by brushing daily, flossing, and other types of oral hygiene procedures.

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Emergency Care

Emergencies: For emergencies, please call (03) 9077 0355.

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Root Canal Treatment

A root canal is usually necessary when the tooth cannot be filled or restored any other way because the decay has reached the nerve of the tooth or the tooth has become infected. If the pulp becomes infected, the infection may spread through the root canal system of the tooth. This may eventually lead to an abscess. Unless root canal treatment (RCT) is carried out the infection will spread and the tooth may need to be extracted.

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Dental Implants

Dental implants provide another option in addition to bridges or dentures when missing teeth need to be replaced or a gap between teeth needs to be filled.

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Examination/Initial Dental Check-Up

Regular dental examinations can help prevent serious dental problems from developing that may go undetected and untreated for an extended period of time.

A Preston Dental Surgery dentist will examine your teeth and gums using special dental instruments such as digital X-rays or intra oral cameras.

These state-of-the-art tools help the dentist at Preston Dental Surgery identify any hidden decay or abnormalities present.

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What Our Patients Say About Us

The 24-hour emergency service saved my husband from a painful night. The dentist was available at 2 A.M and sorted out my husbands issue in less than an hour. We are going to make this our family dentist, albeit being an hour away.

Anne Lee Cheltenham, VIC

I took my kids there for CBDS, the dentist and staff were extremely helpful in explaining all the details and issues and giving the kids a complete service. The kids were left with a smile.

Adam H. Dallas

The dentist at Preston Dental Surgery was great. I had root canal treatment with Dr Narinder and I was very happy with his treatment. I was very scared before going to the dentist but Dr. Narinder calmed me down. I really recommend this dental surgery.

Anastasiya Melbourne

Contact Us

107 Albert Street,
Preston, VIC, 3072
(03) 9077 0355
Monday - Sunday: 9am - 5pm