We offer a range of dental services to meet your needs.

We have various services including diagnostic, preventative, restorative, prosthodontics, orthodontics, and other dental related services.

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Preventative dentistry

Preventative dentistry focuses on maintaining your oral health through regular visits to your dentist, learning how to care for your mouth, and professional cleanings from a dental hygienist. Its aim is to prevent dental problems, such as gum disease and cavities before they occur, and reduce the risk of more serious issues in the future. By taking care of your mouth now, you can avoid bigger dental problems later on.

X-rays are essential for detecting dental problems that can't be seen on the surface such as cavities, impacted teeth, bone level, infections, etc.. They help your dentist create a treatment plan to address your specific needs.

During a new patient exam, we may take intra-oral digital photos which can be used to document the teeth, bite, and smile. This helps the dentist keep track the progress and/or makes adjustments to the treatment plan, as needed.

Oral Hygiene includes scaling and/or root planing to remove plaque and tartar in and around the gums and teeth, and removes staining and bacteria which can reduce inflammation and prevent gum disease. It also includes polishing and fluoride to help strengthen the enamel and protect your teeth against decay.

Sealants are applied on the biting surfaces of teeth to reduce the likelihood of tooth decay by preventing food particles and bacteria from getting stuck in the grooves of the teeth.

Emergency dental care

Emergency dental care may include a wide range of issues such as:

  • Severe tooth pain or sensitivity
  • Broken or chipped teeth
  • Knocked-out teeth
  • Abscesses or infections
  • Bleeding or trauma to the mouth or gums
  • Loose or dislodged teeth

If you have a dental emergency, please don't hesitate to contact us for prompt care to prevent further damage or complications.


Restorative dentistry focuses on repairing damaged teeth or replacing missing ones. The goal of restorative dentistry is to save the patient's natural teeth and ensure a functional bite. At WSFD, our restorative dentistry services includes a range of procedures such as composite fillings, root canal treatments, crowns, bridges, veneers, and dentures.

Composite fillings are used for treating cavities and repairing chipped or cracked teeth.

A root canal is a dental treatment that helps to save a damaged or infected tooth by removing the damaged part inside the tooth, which is called the pulp. This helps to relieve pain and prevent the tooth from getting worse, so that you can keep your natural tooth instead of having it removed.

A dental crown is a cap that is placed over a damaged tooth with huge fillings or a weakened one —a  root canal treated tooth to protect and strengthen it. It can also improve the appearance of the tooth by matching the color and shape to the surrounding teeth. Crown materials can be made of  porcelain, ceramic, or gold cemented onto the tooth to cover it entirely.

A bridge is a dental restoration that replaces one or more missing teeth. It consists of two or more crowns on either side of the gap and a false tooth in between. The crowns serve as anchors to hold the bridge in place.

Dentures are removable appliances that are used to replace missing teeth. They can be complete dentures, which replace all the teeth, or partial dentures which replace only a few missing teeth.

Oral surgery

Oral surgery is the removal of a tooth/teeth from a patient's mouth. Although the goal is to retain a patient’s natural tooth for as long as possible, some issues may arise in which the only solution is tooth extraction.

Some of the reasons an extraction is required are:

  • Unable to restore a tooth with a filling due to extensive decay or damage;
  • Bone loss from periodontal disease can no longer support the tooth;
  • An infected tooth does not respond to a root canal treatment; 
  • A wisdom tooth that is impacted can cause the patient pain.

Oral sedation is a type of conscious sedation where patients take a sedative medication before a dental procedure to feel more relaxed and comfortable. It's commonly used for patients with dental anxiety, undergoing extensive procedures or who have medical conditions that make it difficult to sit still during the appointment.


Orthodontics is a branch of dentistry that deals with the correction of malocclusion, crooked teeth, and teeth spacing and crowding.

Invisalign® uses clear, plastic aligners to gradually move teeth into the correct position and improve the teeth's function. This is an alternative to traditional metal braces as the aligners are nearly invisible, more comfortable, and can be removed when eating and brushing. The treatment is accompanied by advanced technology, the iTero scanner, which creates 3D images of the patient's teeth.

Metal braces utilise metal brackets and wires to gradually move teeth into the correct position. This treatment is often recommended for individuals with more severe cases of malocclusion or overcrowding.

The Myobrace® System is a preventative treatment for crooked teeth that focuses on fixing the root causes of misalignment reducing the need for braces or tooth extractions. It's best for children aged 3 to 15 and uses a series of removable appliances worn for 1-2 hours a day and overnight. Myobrace® treatment corrects poor oral habits, aligns and develops the jaws, straightens teeth, optimizes facial development, promotes healthy eating habits, and improves overall health.

Space maintainers is a dental appliance used for children who have lost their baby teeth earlier than normal, and their permanent teeth are not yet ready to come in. This helps maintain the space left by the missing teeth, allowing the permanent teeth to grow in the right position and preventing them from shifting or becoming crowded.

Mouthguards and nightguards are custom-fitted oral appliances worn during sleep to protect teeth from damage caused by grinding or clenching. They help reduce the risk of tooth damage, jaw pain, and other symptoms associated with bruxism.

A sports guard is a protective device worn over the teeth during physical activities to prevent damage to the teeth, mouth, and jaw.

Cosmetic dentistry

The aim is to enhance the aesthetics of the teeth, rather than just improving their functionality or health.

Veneers can improve the appearance of damaged, stained, or misshapen teeth. They are thin shells of porcelain or composite resin that are placed over the front surface of the teeth to create a natural-looking, aesthetically pleasing smile.

Teeth whitening is a cosmetic treatment that uses bleaching products to remove extrinsic stains caused by habits like smoking, drinking coffee or tea, or red wine. WSFD provides a consultation to assess the teeth's health and uses the Phillips ZOOM in-office technology for teeth whitening.

Dysport is a brand of botulinum toxin used for cosmetic purposes to reduce wrinkles. It works by blocking nerve signals to muscles, causing relaxation and reducing lines. It's commonly used on the forehead, between the eyebrows, and around the eyes.