Important COVID-19 UpdateMore Info

Dear Valued Aardent Dental Centre Patient, It seems that all we hear and talk about these days is COVID-19(Coronavirus). Nevertheless, we want to reassure you that we are taking extra measures in addition to our usual stringent hygiene practices. The health of our patients, staff and anyone who enters the building is of paramount importance to us. We are taking a multitude of precautions as recommended by the appropriate health authorities (and some of our own). These include,

  • Spacing of waiting room chairs by a minimum of 1.5meters.
  • Removal of magazines, newspapers and children’s toys from the waiting room.
  • Offering patients to wait in their cars if they prefer.
  • Insisting that all people who enter the building use hand sanitiser (provided).
  • Asking all people to practice high levels of cough/sneezing hygiene.
  • Requesting that anyone with a temperature/flu like symptoms contact us and postpone their dental appointment.
  • Regularly sanitising building surfaces like doorknobs etc.
  • Requiring patients for some procedures to rinse with 1% hydrogen peroxide solution (known to kill coronavirus in the mouth).
  • Availability of non-contact body temperature devices for patient screening if the situation escalates.

Please rest assured that we are open for business and able to continue our excellent level of treatment for you.

As you will be aware the situation is ever changing as will be our response. We will endeavour to keep you informed along the way.

Kindest regards,

Richard Williams

and the

Aardent Dental Centre Team

Oral Surgery

Oral surgery procedures are offered at Aardent Dental Centre as part of our broad range of services. Whether you need dental implants (including any necessary bone grafting) or extractions, our team is here to help you.

Dental Implantology

You can replace a single missing tooth or every one of your teeth with the advanced technology of dental implants. Find out more about this contemporary approach to tooth replacement on our dental implants page.

Expertise in Removing Wisdom Teeth

With wisdom teeth being the last to erupt, your mouth is short on ample space to house them. They may be unable to come through, or do so at a bad angle that makes cleaning difficult, possibly damaging neighbouring teeth and leading to pain and complications.

Wisdom teeth removal is usually done in the late teen years. Our dentists examine them, then make an assessment of the best course of action for your situation. We can remove them with local anaesthetic at Aardent Dental Centre or under general anaesthetic in hospital.

Discover the highest quality of dentistry. Book your time with us today! Use your health fund coverage and have your insurance claims processed immediately on-site.