Local Dentists in Balwyn North

Boroondara Family Dentist offers quality dental care for patients in Balwyn North, Balwyn, Templestowe Lower, Kew East & Mont Albert. Whether you’re a new or existing patient, we want to exceed your expectations and provide a positive experience every time. We firmly believe in making sure you are given the highest standard of care, and will refer you to specialists if we believe they are better qualified to perform treatment.

General Dentistry Procedures:

We offer a variety of general dentistry procedures to ensure your teeth are in the best possible health!

DENTAL CHECK-UPS

We provide initial dental consultations to all our new patients where we can provide comprehensive dental care and advice on oral hygiene.

PREVENTATIVE DENTISTRY

Regular maintenance is so important for the health of your mouth. Not only for your teeth, but your gums and bone too, which is the foundation that helps hold everything together. We recommend regular dental check-ups every 6-12 months.

WHITE FILLINGS

White fillings can be required for a few reasons. There can be decay or cavities which needs to be removed and replaced with composite material or may be used when a tooth is broken and needs to be repaired.

ROOT CANAL THERAPY

At Boroondara Family Dentist, we are all about retaining as many natural teeth as possible and this is where Root Canal Therapy (RCT) comes in. The nerve is what keeps the tooth happy and healthy so when this is damaged either by trauma or infection it can cause the tooth to die

EXTRACTIONS

From time to time, we need to extract teeth. They can be either emergency situations where a patient is experiencing pain or discomfort, or planned for future good oral health

DENTAL IMPLANTS

Dental Implants have been around for a long time now, and it has been proven to be a highly successful and effective way of resorting and function and aesthetics of your teeth. Dental Implants are basically artificial teeth that we place in your jaw where the teeth are missing.

DENTURES

Firstly, dentures can come in a few different forms. They could be a full acrylic denture which have all top or bottom teeth, or a partial acrylic or metal denture which will be more like a plate with anywhere from one up to thirteen teeth. Generally partial dentures will have clasps which help give retention so the denture isn’t moving about when you eat or talk.

CHILDREN

We recommend that children start to see a dentist from the age of three or four. We go to the dentist regularly to make sure our teeth are nice and healthy. Leaving it until there’s pain can be a traumatic first experience for a child and something that can cause long term fear issues in the future.

For all appointments

Please call 03 9857 7886 or