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St Anthony Dental


The Treatment of Gum Disease

Gum disease is a condition where the gum is inflamed, and this causes the bones and ligaments surrounding it to break down. If left untreated, gum disease can cause serious systemic diseases such as heart attacks, strokes, diabetes, abdominal problems, and low weight in babies.

If you suffer from red or swollen gums, bleeding gums, receding gums, or bad breath, you really need to come and see us. St Anthony Dental can offer the best periodontal treatment for your discomfort. Our dental practice uses the EMS Guided Bioflim Guidelines to eradicate any gum diseases, from simple gum infections to bone loss or failing implants.

With treatment, we can improve the health of your gum tissue and enhance the look and feel of your smile. Our expert dentist can perform treatments for existing gum problems around crown and bridges, partial dentures or dental implants. Gum therapy is a lifelong commitment and is a partnership between the dentist and you.

If your gums are of concern call (02) 9055 5441

The St Anthony Dental Approach

We believe in making our dental treatments as comfortable and easy as possible. When you come for a treatment at St Anthony Dental, this is the assurance you’ll get:

You’ll always have a comprehensive examination. Using the latest technology, we carefully map out what has happened in the past and predict what may happen in the future. We can even use a 3D colour image to understand your mouth better and formulate a strategy to restore your dental health.

We will be as transparent and clear as possible and eliminate guesswork. Our 3D X-rays use very low radiation exposure to see what’s happening in hidden areas to determine an issue.

You will be in a safe environment where you’ll feel secure with your treatment.

You will be given as many options as possible for your treatment, and as much time as you need to consider these options.

You’ll be provided with plenty of after-treatment follow up from our staff and dentist. Our treatments do not stop after the procedure.

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Call us today for a one-to-one discussion with our staff.