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Botox and Filler

Botox and Filler prices have increased all over the country, but our prices will remain the same up to 31 October 2010.

 


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Tooth Bleach

Tooth bleach, oral bleaching trays plus a whole starter kit which lasts longer than 8 months will cost you only R1200.00!

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Co-payments

NO co-payments on specialized dentistry (or any other dentistry).

Children

  • Babies and toddlers can not be expected to maintain oral hygiene without the help of their parents. This is the responsibility of the parents and should not be neglected.
  • Begin cleaning your babie’s teeth as soon as they erupt. This can be done with an earbud or soft tooth brush. It is very important to establish the habit of brushing twice a day.
  • Children between two and six years of age should start brushing their teeth under parental supervision. As soon as teeth touch between the ages of 4-6 years of age, the child should be taught to floss to maintain hygiene between the teeth.
  • Change your child’s tooth brush every 4 months.
  • The first visit to the dentist should be at the age of three years. This should be seen as a routine matter and should not be dramatized. Do not try to bribe the child or say that the dentist will not hurt him or will not give him an injection. This will only alert the child as to the possibility that this might be an unpleasent experience.
  • Do not give your child too many sweets. Teach your child to at least rinse the mouth after having a sweet.
  • Never allow children to go to sleep with sweetened drinks or fruit juices in a bottle – it will cause severe tooth decay at an early age.
  • Remember, it is important to maintain your child’s milk teeth as long as possible. If a primary tooth is lost too soon, the teeth beside it may drift into the empty space thus creating a lack of space in the jaw for the permanent teeth. All children eventually loose their primary teeth as the permanent teeth erupt. Primary teeth encourage normal development of the jaws and also save space for permanent teeth and guide them into position.
  • If your child has developed caries and can not be treated in the dentist chair, we do fillings in theatre under general anaesthetic if the child is under the age of 6 years.
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