EDGECLIFF: (02) 9327 3678

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KELLYVILLE VILLAGE: (02) 8883 5073

Sleep Dentistry

Receive the dental work you need without dental anxiety, all while you sleep with our carefully monitored sleep dentistry.

Does the thought of going to the dentist scare you? Do you hate dental drills? We can help!

We can help to alleviate the fears you may have about receiving the dental work you require with our range of virtually pain free sleep dentistry treatments. Our caring team at our Beaumont Hills, Edgecliff and Kellyville Village practice locations will provide compassionate and detailed care while you sleep through your treatment.

During your initial consultation we can assess your dental concerns and determine a treatment that would be the most beneficial to the health and appearance of your smile, as well as your lifestyle and budget. When discussing your proposed treatment we will take you through our comprehensive range of pain management options which include nitrous oxide, general and local anaesthesia.

Once we have identified the appropriate treatment and discussed with you your options to help eliminate dental anxiety, we can walk you through your procedure.

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Happy gas

Here at Precise Dental Surgery we provide inhalation sedation also known as happy gas or laughing gas. Happy gas is simply a gas that is administered by our team which provides a relaxed state of mind. The effects of happy gas take a few minutes to take effect and the level of sedation can be increased or decreased as necessary.

Happy gas can be useful for our patients who are anxious about their dental treatment or for those who are concerned about being uncomfortable while they receive their treatment.

IV sedation

Intravenous (IV) sedation is a form of sedation dentistry administered by an anaesthetist. It is also known as conscious or twilight sedation. During IV sedation small amounts of medication are administered until the desired state of sedation is achieved. Once the effect of IV sedation takes effect, you will feel virtually no pain. While in this state, all of your reflexes will remain intact and you will be able to breathe as you would normally.

IV sedation is largely used forour patients who are undergoi ng more complex restorative treatments or for those with more extreme dental anxiety. Our skilled anaesthetist is trained to provide professional compassionate care to ensure your comfort and safety.

Local anaesthesia

Local anaesthesia is used regularly inorder to numb localised areas in your smile in order to receive a dental treatment such as a filling. Local anaesthesia is administered by an extremely thin specialised dental needle and should be relatively comfortable.

During your initial consultation we can discuss your pain management options with you to identify which one is most suitable for your dental concerns.

Frequently asked questions

What is Pola Whitening?

Pola whitening is an effective teeth whitening product that we use here at Precise Dental Surgery to help ensure our patients can smile with confidence. We provide in-chair and take home teeth whitening treatments.

What are Dental Veneers?

Dental veneers are small thin porcelain shells that are placed directly on top of your teeth. They can eliminate gaps between teeth, tooth discolouration and broken / chipped teeth.

What are Dental Crowns?

Like veneers, dental crowns are made of porcelain and act as a cap or crown for your teeth. They are often combined with dental bridges to replace missing teeth.

When should my child start seeing the dentist?

We recommend your child starts visiting the dentist from an early age, preferably when they are around 7 years old.

What is the difference between conventional braces and Invisalign?

There are many differences between Invisalign and conventional braces. For example, with Invisalign you can straighten your teeth without anyone knowing as Invisalign aligners are virtually invisible. Invisalign aligners are also removable meaning you can brush and floss as you would normally – this is something you cannot do with conventional braces. Despite this, conventional braces can be a more suitable option for those with more subnational orthodontic concerns.

What are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are widely considered the modern solution to missing teeth and dentures. Replace missing teeth with dental implants which act and feel like normal teeth. They consist of a titanium screw-like post which is implanted into the jawbone. The implant will then bond with your jawbone to provide stimulation and support for a dental crown or bridge.

What is a root canal?

The root canal is the space within the root of a tooth. Root canal treatment is recommended for patients with infected tooth pulps. The best indication of infection is severe dental pain or sensitivity.

How can you restore my smile?

Advancements in dental technology allow us to completely restore a patient’s smile. There are a variety of treatments that may be suggested. We recommend you visit our practice and schedule in a dental consultation. This allows us to assess your dental health and develop a plan of action to ensure you have healthy teeth for life.

My wisdom teeth are causing pain. Should I have them removed?

Because often modern jaws are not big enough to accommodate these extra teeth, in the majority of cases we do recommend they are removed. We recommend you come into our practice for a thorough examination to determine the path we take in ensuring your dental health.

I am afraid of the dentist. Do you offer virtually pain free dentistry?

For anxious patients, we provide a number of pain management options including happy gas and sleep dentistry to ensure that these patients can receive the dental work they need. To learn more please visit our sleep dentist page.

How often should I visit the dentist for a dental check-up?

We recommend you visit our practice every 6 months for your dental check-up and fluoride treatment. This way minors dental issues can be addressed before they potentially become major problems.