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FAQs

View MoreHow often should I go to the dentist?

At Claremont Family Dental, we feel that a system of regular dental assessments is essential to any good oral hygiene routine. Our professional opinion is that everyone should visit their dentist at least every 6 months to ensure their smile remains health and to detect and treat and potential issues before they become problems.


View MoreWhat cause tooth discolouration?

The colour of our teeth is constantly being challenged by a variety of factors. The most common include the aging process and consumption of staining substances such as coffee, tea, smoking, alcohol, soft drinks and other strongly coloured substances (such as beetroot, gravy, etc...). Certain antibiotics or excessive fluoride may also cause tooth discolouration.


View MoreWhat is TMJ Disorder?

TMJ refers to the tempormandibular joint, which is the joint of the jaw located in the front of the ear where the upper and lower jaws meet. The TMJ is responsible for the movement of the jaw for activities such as breathing, speaking, eating and moving the jaw back and forth or side to side. Pain or discomfort of this joint is commonly referred to as TMJ disorder. TMJ disorders are quite common and often go ignored or undiagnosed. Presenting a range of symptoms TMJ disorder can result in earaches, headaches, chronic fatigue and a limited ability to open their mouth. Clicking, bumping and grating sounds are also common symptoms of TMJ, often resulting in pain when opening and closing the mouth. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms contact our friendly team to arrange a consultation.


View MoreWhat are the patient requirements for Dental Implants?

Providing the medical and anatomical requirements are met, dental implants can provide an effective solution for tooth loss. However, prior to their application we require your dentists conduct a comprehensive assessment of your health, including a detailed oral examination and an x-ray of the jaw. The basic prerequisites for dental implant candidature are adequate bone and soft tissues quantity and quality, sufficient health capacity of the body and the treatment of any gum (periodontal) disease.