Specialty Dentistry

Endodontics

The treatment of injuries, diseases and infections of the tooth pulp (nerve chamber).
Covered By Medical Aid:  Yes, Some will have shortfalls  

Root Canal

Unfortunately not all teeth are perfectly healthy. We can save a damaged tooth by performing a root canal which removes decay on the interior space of the root. We will discuss this and other options with you before determining what works best for you.

Covered By Medical Aid:  Yes, Some will have shortfalls

Oral Surgery

Includes the diagnosis, surgical and related treatment of diseases, injuries and defects involving both the functional and esthetic aspects of the hard and soft tissues of the head, mouth, teeth, gums, jaws and neck. 

Covered By Medical Aid:  Yes, Some will have shortfalls 

Normal Extractions

Removal of a tooth
Covered By Medical Aid:  Yes, Some will have shortfalls  

Dentures

Dentures are removable (partial or complete) set of artificial teeth. Whether you have lost teeth due to decay or an accident, we can help you feel confident and get you smiling again with properly fitting dentures. Let us work with you to determine what method works best for you.

Covered By Medical Aid:  Will have shortfalls  

Dental Implants

Sometimes, a missing tooth will create the need for a dental implant. A dentist typically uses implants replace a missing tooth or teeth. Dental implants are normally made of titanium at the root, with a traditional crown as the tooth itself. They are an excellent alternative to pulling several teeth in order to utilize a bridge or to get dentures. However, dentures can be made from implants, but can be quite costly without dental insurance coverage.
Covered By Medical Aid: Will have shortfalls  

Surgical Extractions

Removal of a tooth.

Covered By Medical Aid:  Yes, Some will have shortfalls 

Prosthodontics

involves dentures, bridges, crowns, implants, and similar areas of expertise commonly associated with cosmetic dentistry. 

Covered By Medical Aid:  Yes, Some will have shortfalls

Treatment of Gum Disease

It is possible to have periodontal disease and have no warning signs. Treatment methods depend upon the type of disease and how far the condition has progressed. Good oral hygiene at home is essential to help keep periodontal disease from becoming more serious or recurring. You don't have to lose teeth to periodontal disease. Brush, clean between your teeth, eat a balanced diet, and schedule regular dental visits for a lifetime of healthy smiles.

Covered By Medical Aid:  Yes, Some will have shortfalls