What We Do

Clear aligners

Clear aligners is a clear aligner treatment that straightens your teeth discreetly. These custom-made aligners are removable, making it easy to clean your teeth and eat. Each time you wear your Clear aligners, you’ll be straightening your teeth.

Clear aligners in Grange are more comfortable than traditional braces, and they are aesthetically pleasing.

Clear braces from Grange Dental Care can transform your smile for the better. A well-aligned smile does more than enhance your confidence and improve your first impressions, although these functions are undoubtedly important.

Straight teeth improve your overall oral health by helping to prevent cavities and tooth problems. Crooked teeth are great at trapping food particles and debris, and it’s hard to clean the small crevices between slanted teeth with a toothbrush, making misaligned teeth much more likely to form cavities and tooth decay.

Misaligned teeth, also called malocclusions, can put undue strain on certain teeth each time you take a bite, or even when you’re sleeping. This can cause chipped teeth, toothaches, and headaches.

If your bite isn’t straight, it’s also more difficult to chew your food properly. This could lead to digestive issues over time.

Getting Clear aligners at Grange Dental Care means you’ll benefit from personalised care and a dentist familiar with your unique situation.

Our Clear aligners procedure employs custom-fitted aligner trays, so your treatment starts with an impression of your teeth.

Grange Dental Care provides high-quality, safe, and affordable Clear aligners dental treatments so you can benefit from a handsome, healthy smile. Call us today on 07 3356 3409 to learn more about how our procedure can improve your oral health.

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Crowns and Bridges

A dental crown fits over your existing tooth like a cap to protect  your tooth from damage. If you’ve had a root canal, a dental crown can preserve the structure of your existing tooth to help maintain its integrity and strength.

Dental crowns from Grange Dental Care are used to top a dental implant, providing a permanent, natural-looking tooth replacement for missing teeth.

Dental crowns are usually made of porcelain or ceramic, but other materials include porcelain fused to metal, gold, and zirconia for added durability.

Dental bridges at Grange Dental Care can be used to correct a number of cosmetic and oral health issues. Bridges are one or more false teeth that are attached with a crown at either end. The crowns affix to adjacent teeth, creating a bridge between the gap. Fixed bridges can be used to replace a single tooth or several adjacent teeth.

Patients can choose bridges to improve their bite, support facial structures, close gaps caused by missing teeth, and prevent accelerated decay and misalignment of nearby teeth.

With proper care, your dental crowns and bridges can last for 15 years or more, providing a long-lasting solution to your missing or misshapen teeth. If you are interested in learning more about how dental crowns and bridges at Grange Dental Care can improve the look and function of your smile, call us today on 07 3356 3409  to book a consultation.

Dental Implants

With dental implants, you can brush, floss, chew, and speak as would with your natural teeth. There are no dietary restrictions, messy adhesives and they don’t need to be refitted every few years. With proper care, your dental implants from Grange Dental Care can last you a lifetime.

To get a dental implant at Grange Dental Care, we first assess the health of your gums and jaw bone density. If you need additional teeth extracted, we address those issues first. During the implant procedure, titanium screws are embedded into your jaw. These must fuse with the jawbone for 3 – 6 months  in a process known as osseointegration. The implant serves as the root for your new tooth.

Once the implant is secure, we place an abutment on the top to keep the gum tissue from growing over the implant. This takes another 4-6 weeks to heal, and then we place the crown on top of the abutment, completing the tooth restoration.

Dental implants are more expensive than other tooth restoration treatments in upfront costs.
However, the savings at Grange Dental Care to your oral health is worth the investment.

You also do not need to pay for refittings and replacements every year as you do with dentures, which can eventually add up to the cost of dental implants at Grange.


Dentures from Grange Dental Care are prosthetic teeth that support by over our gums. They look and function like natural image teeth.

Dentures dentistry services can also help preserve the existing structure of your lips and cheeks adding volume to your facial structure for a more youthful appearance.
You can replace an entire arch of teeth with dentures, or choose partial dentures to replace a few missing teeth.

Our clinic in Grange customises the fit and look of your dentures to restore your natural smile.

Modern dentures are designed to look as natural as possible, and are usually made from acrylic. Acrylic is extremely durable and lightweight, which means it feels more comfortable and natural in your mouth. Valplast dentures are lighter, smaller and looking natural.

Implant-Retained Dentures

If you struggle with keeping your dentures in place when you’re eating or speaking, implant-retained dentures may be a better option. With implant-retained dentures, a dental implant is used to secure the dentures in your jawbone so you can go about your day with confidence.

Implant-retained dentures can replace an entire arch of teeth by using strategically-placed implants, to which the dentures attach. This All-on-Four method uses four implants to restore your bottom or top arch.

Partial denture – $700 to 1500 for upper and lower

Denture – $1200

Upper and lower – $2400

General Checkup and Clean

Your general checkup and clean at Grange Dental Care consists of an examination and a cleaning. During the examination, your dentist inspects your teeth and gums and takes X-rays to look at your bone and teeth structures. Your dentist looks for issues such as cavities, plaque and tartar build-up, signs of teeth grinding, cracks, and other abnormalities. Your dentist also ensures your restorations are in good condition.

Your gums are inspected for signs of gum disease, which can put you at risk for more severe health issues if left untreated. Your examination also includes a screening for oral cancer.

Once the examination is complete, your dentist cleans away any tartar and plaque that can not be removed by normal brushing. This is done using an ultrasonic scaler, but a scraper can also be used to clean hard-to-reach build-up below the gumline.

Your dentist does a deep floss between your teeth and then puts a protective polish on your teeth. Routine exams in Grange take less than an hour to complete, so you can schedule a checkup and professional dental

While routine exams in Grange are relatively non-invasive, patients with gum disease or sensitive teeth may need additional steps to prevent any discomfort. We can administer a local anaesthetic to keep you comfortable throughout your cleaning. At Grange Dental Care, you see the same dentist on every visit, so you can build a trusting relationship, which is important for nervous or anxious patients. We also provide comprehensive care, and put our patients first. If at any point during your cleaning you feel discomfort, let us know. Our patients’ comfort is important to us.

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Gum Disease Treatment

Gingivitis is the most common form of gum disease. It occurs when the plaque and tartar at the gumline build-up, causing inflammation and irritation of the gums. Symptoms of gingivitis include bleeding gums after brushing and flossing, and bad breath.

Untreated gingivitis can lead to a more severe form of gum disease -periodontitis. This can lead to gum recession and pockets around the roots to be formed. This can lead to food trapped and may eventually lead to the loss of your tooth.

Additionally, chronic inflammation can compromise your immune system. Bacteria from the infected site can travel into your bloodstream and put you at a higher risk of developing coronary artery disease, respiratory problems, and even rheumatoid arthritis.

We can treat your gum disease in Grange Dental Care using a few options.
Non-surgical scaling and root planing, or SRP, is conducted with a local anaesthetic and may take more than one visit to complete. Tartar is removed from the root and tooth surfaces using the scaling technique. Rough surfaces are then smoothed away on the tooth root with planing to eliminate areas where bacteria can hide.

If your gum disease in Grange is advanced, you may need more serious surgical interventions, including gum grafting.
Contact Us

For Gum disease treatment, Grange Dental Care offers a personalised, comprehensive experience where you can feel comfortable and safe. Call us today on 07 3356 3409 to book an exam.

Note: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

Kids Dentistry

We recommend you bring in your child for their first visit at 12 months old or when their first tooth erupts, whichever occurs sooner. This allows your child to become familiar with the dental environment and our dentist to minimise dental anxiety.

Once your child begins to visit our practice regularly, we offer no gap basic dental treatments including a check-up and cleaning. We can also apply fluoride treatments and sealants to protect their teeth against decay. Should any intervention be required, our tooth-colored composite fillings are mercury-free and safe for use with your child.

Ongoing review of your child’s oral health Milk bottle feeding during sleep and thumb sucking will have development of jaw and teeth regular And abnormal development jaw and teeth is paramount. The dentist can detect any abnormal tooth or jaw developments and then management can be initiated to improve the alignment of the teeth.

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How to Care for Your Kids Teeth
Good habits start at home. In addition to visiting children’s dentistry at Grange Dental Care for regular check-ups, you can promote good oral health at home to

Prevent Cavities And Gum Disease.

Brush your child’s teeth with a soft brush twice per day

Use fluoride toothpaste after the age of 6

Floss their teeth gently once per day
Avoid sugary and acidic snacks and drinks

Encourage them to drink lots of water

Have them wear mouth protection when playing contact sports

Build Healthy Habits with Kids Dentistry in Grange Dental Care
Children’s dentistry in Grange Dental Care uses preventative care to protect your child’s teeth with a focus on education to promote good oral hygiene habits.

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Pinhole Technique

Gum recession can be caused by a number of factors, including poor oral care, ageing, or brushing too hard. If you don’t have good oral health habits, this can lead to gingivitis, an inflammation of the gums caused by plaque and tartar build-up. If left untreated, this can become periodontitis which can cause the gums to pull away from the teeth, exposing the root and providing a place for bacteria to breed.

Untreated periodontitis usually leads to bone and tooth loss, and is connected to severe health issues such as heart disease.

Gum recession was traditionally treated using soft-tissue grafting, which involves using donor tissue or soft tissue from the roof of your mouth to build up the gumline, The donor tissue is sutured into place, and the healing process can take 2-3 weeks. In severe cases, you may have to go through several grafting treatments.

With the Pinhole Technique, a pinhole is made in the gum tissue, and a device is placed into the hole. This device stretches the gums down over the root into a more natural position. Your dentist then inserts collagen strips into the pinhole to keep the gums in place while they heal, and to promote growth of new tissue.

Because there are no stitches or incisions, there is minimal discomfort following the Pinhole Technique procedure. Additionally, if you have multiple receding gums that need to be addressed, this can all be done in one sitting.

Candidates for the Pinhole Technique do not have active periodontal disease, do not smoke or use tobacco, and must be in good health. In some cases, patients with gum recession from periodontitis may be ineligible for this procedure. This gum recession treatment in Grange also requires that you have enough gum tissue present in the affected areas

At Grange Dental Care, we understand that discomfort and self-consciousness can arise from exposed roots and gum recession. We want our patients to look and feel their best when they smile, chew, and speak.

If you are interested in gum recession treatment at Grange Dental Care, call us today on07 3356 3409 to book a consultation and find out if you are a candidate for the revolutionary Pinhole Technique.

Note: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks.

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers at Grange Dental Care are a wafer-thin shell made from durable ceramic that is colour-matched to your teeth. The veneers are cemented to the front of your tooth to disguise cosmetic issues such as chipping, discolouration, small gaps, and crookedness.

The physical properties of porcelain give the veneers an opalescent lustre, which creates realistic-looking veneers that blend seamlessly with your natural teeth.

Porcelain dental veneers at Grange Dental Care can last up to 15 years with the proper care treatments and maintenance, and are less prone to staining than other types of veneers.

While teeth whitening treatments are effective for removing stains due to diet, tobacco, or poor oral health, other stains caused by trauma or medication cannot be fixed. Porcelain veneers provide a realistic appearance to completely cover any type of staining.

Orthodontic treatments can take up to 24 months to achieve straighter teeth. For a less invasive treatment for minor cosmetic flaws, porcelain veneers at Grange Dental Care offer a fast, convenient solution.

The Porcelain Veneers Services Procedure
Achieve the perfect smile in as little as two sessions. During your initial consultation after examining and cleaning your teeth, they are lightly prepared by removing a small amount of enamel from the tooth to accommodate the veneer.

We take impressions of your teeth and send them to a dental laboratory where your permanent porcelain veneers are manufactured. We will fit you for a set of temporary veneers to wear until your porcelain veneers are ready. On your final visit, we bond your permanent porcelain veneers place.

Build a Better Smile with Porcelain Veneers at Grange Dental Care
If you have minor cosmetic dental flaws that you need corrected, contact Grange Dental Care on 07 3356 3409 to book your initial consultation for a set of porcelain veneers.

Help for Teeth Grinding

Teeth grinding Grange is mostly associated with stress and anxiety, but outside factors are also linked to bruxism. These can include caffeine, alcohol, tobacco use, sleep apnea, and certain medications.

Teeth grinding primarily occurs at night, but some patients also experience daytime teeth grinding, although it’s usually a subconscious habit. There are natural ways to help alleviate stress and anxiety that can contribute to daytime teeth grinding, such as getting plenty of exercise, meditating, and seeking counselling.

At night, however, even avoiding caffeine before bed may not prevent you from grinding your teeth. In fact, you may not even be aware you’re doing it unless you experience some symptoms or your sleeping partner complains about the noise.

Treatment for teeth grinding at Grange Dental Care can help find a solution for your bruxism.

We look for signs of teeth grinding damage at your six-month check-up so we can catch it early and begin treatment.

At our dental care, we can provide you with a custom-fitted mouthguard to wear while you sleep. This mouthguard molds to the shape and size of your mouth and are worn over your upper or lower jaw arch.
Mouthguards don’t always stop the grinding, but they prevent your teeth from coming into contact with each other which can chip and crack the enamel.

Don’t delay in getting help for your teeth grinding. Untreated bruxism can lead to cracked teeth, tooth infections, and expensive cosmetic repairs.

Call Grange Dental Care on 07 3356 3409 to learn more about bruxism treatment in Grange and schedule a consultation.

Teeth Whitening

Teeth are more prone to staining from dark-coloured and highly acidic foods and drinks, such as red wine and coffee. Additionally, the nicotine in tobacco products can cause accelerated staining of the teeth.

Time and ageing allow these stains to build-up on the teeth, which can make your teeth yellow. Certain medications also stain the teeth, and the porous enamel allows stains to seep through.

We offer in-chair or take-home teeth whitening treatments at Grange Dental Care. First, we clean your mouth thoroughly and address any underlying gum issues, cavities, or plaque build-up.

In-chair whitening treatments is performed in our practice under the supervision of our highly-trained dentist and dental assistant. A rubber shield is placed over your gums to protect them from the bleaching solution, and the gel is applied carefully to your teeth. The bleaching gel contains powerful hydrogen peroxide, which quickly and effectively removes extrinsic staining from your teeth under an hour. Many patients see their teeth whiten by 6-8 shades in just one visit.

Take-home whitening kits allow you to whiten your teeth at home at your convenience. The bleaching trays are custom-fitted to your teeth, and you wear them either at night or during the day for short intervals. While this takes longer, you can still achieve impressive results with this teeth whitening treatments in Grange and it is a great option to maintain your smile between dental visits.

Sometimes stains penetrate deep into the dentin of the tooth, where the bleaching gel cannot safely reach. These are called intrinsic stains. In these cases, you may need another cosmetic option, such as porcelain veneers or dental crowns to restore your bright smile.

The Grange Dental Care Difference – Get Whiter Teeth

Tooth Fillings

At Grange Dental Care, we want your experience to be as comfortable as possible. First, we numb the site using a local anaesthetic to help with discomfort. Then, we clean the tooth and surrounding area, removing decay, debris, and old filling material if necessary.

We fill the cavity, layer by layer, with the mercury-free composite resin, which is hardened using a curing light. Each layer is cured before more composite is applied. Your dentist then removes excess material, and shapes and polishes the filing so it blends in naturally with your smile.

You can reduce the chances of developing a cavity by practicing proper at-home oral care habits, such as flossing and brushing your teeth at least twice per day with a fluoride toothpaste. Use a mouthwash daily to help remove debris.

Attend your six-month check-ups so we can monitor for cavities and other oral health issues.

Schedule Your Tooth Fillings at Grange Dental Care

1 service filling – $161

2 service filling – $191

3 serivice filling – $219

If you are experiencing tooth discomfort, you may have a cavity. Contact us on 07 3356 3409 and set up an appointment.

Wisdom Teeth Removal

If a wisdom tooth only partially erupts, the space between the tooth and the gum can collect food debris and bacteria, increasing your risk of gum disease and infection. Additionally, because wisdom teeth are often hard to clean properly, they are at high risk of decay.

A lack of space in the jaw puts pressure on your other teeth causing crowding and can reverse any repair made by teeth straightening treatments.

Some of the symptoms of an impacted wisdom tooth include discomfort, tender gums, a swollen jaw, bad breath, and difficulty opening and closing your mouth.

If you suffer from any of these symptoms you may need wisdom teeth removal at Grange Dental Care.

Simple vs. Complex Tooth Extraction
There are two methods of tooth extraction, depending on the condition of your wisdom tooth. If the tooth is partially or fully erupted, a simple extraction with local anaesthetic is required. The tooth is loosened using a dental lifter and removed with forceps.

A complex tooth extraction surgery is needed for wisdom teeth that have not erupted, sit close to a nerve, or for people with a complex medical history.

In these cases, you may need to be placed under general anaesthetic and the dentist makes an incision in the gum to access the tooth. Recovery is longer in these cases.
Choose Gentle Wisdom Teeth Removal at Grange Dental Care

You can expect gentle, personalised wisdom tooth extractions at Grange Dental Care to minimise any discomfort.

If you are experiencing any discomfort around your wisdom teeth, call us on 07 3356 3409 to book your wisdom teeth removal at Grange Dental Care.

Note: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks.