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Lower Plenty Dental – your professional dental clinic in Melbourne's North East.

A dental clinic for everyone

Since 1968, the friendly professionals and support staff at Lower Plenty Dental have been responsible for thousands of smiles.  Our clinic offers a full range of dental treatments saving you time, money and stress with all your dental needs in the one location.  Lower Plenty is in Melbourne's green wedge nestled between Eltham, Montmorency, Greensborough, Viewbank and Templestowe.

Lower Plenty Dental - the dental clinic that cares

At Lower Plenty Dental we believe in building a relationship with you, we listen to what you say.  By getting to know you, we’re better able to assess your needs and offer you the correct choices.  We tailor a treatment plan just for you  - to ensure your optimum dental health.  

Less stress, more smiles – Lower Plenty Dental’s Commitment to our Patients!

We understand that a trip to the dentist can be stressful for some patients.  Our dental clinic prides itself on professionalism in all aspects of dentistry, from our highly skilled dentists to our individually tailored treatment plans.  We also make this pledge to our patients:

“At Lower Plenty Dental, we’ll do everything we can to set your mind at ease and make your visit to our dental clinic as relaxed and stress-free as possible.”

If your current dental clinic gives you nothing to smile about, come and see us at Lower Plenty Dental.  We will put that smile back on your face.

25 Carisbrook Crescent, Lower Plenty, 3093. 

Tooth Coloured Restorations

A metal smile is a thing of the past, there are newer, bologically compatible materials that can be used to restore your teeth.

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Address: 25 Carisbook Cres
    Lower Plenty VIC 3093

Phone: (03) 9435 6107

Tooth Whitening

Whitening is ideal for patients who want a whiter, brighter more confident smile without having the teeth drilled.

Tooth Coloured Restorations

A metal smile is a thing of the past, there are newer, bologically compatible materials that can be used to restore your teeth.

Veneers

Veneers are a thin shell of porcelain that is bonded to the front surface of the tooth and are designed to dramatically improve the appearance of your teeth.

Crowns

A crown or ‘cap’ is recommended for strengthening weakened teeth and for improving aesthetics (cosmetic appearance).

Mini Implants

Mini Dental Implants, also known as MDI, are ultra-small biocompatible titanium alloy implant screws which can be used to stabilise upper and/or lower dentures.

Implants

A dental implant is the ‘state of the art’ alternative to replacing a tooth, or closing a gap where a tooth once used to be. An implant can be a single tooth replacement, or involved in a bridge, replacing numerous teeth.

Metal Free Dentures

For more than five decades Valplast® flexible partials have been the preferred choice of patients looking for a method of tooth replacement that is aesthetic, comfortable and affordable.

Dental Bridges

Bridges, like crowns are made from porcelain, and are designed to match the natural colour of the teeth, to give a natural appearance.

Conventional & Ceramic Braces

Orthodontics is that branch of dentistry which specialises in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of problems in the alignment of teeth and jaws.

Invisalign - Invisible Braces

This technique involves series of clear removable plastic aligners to straighten your teeth without metal wires or brackets.

Early Bite Correction

In most cases, orthodontic treatment is commenced as soon as the last baby tooth has been shed. This usually occurs in the early teens. In some cases, it is an advantage to start just before the last baby teeth are shed.

Hygienists and Gum Care

Dental Hygienists use preventive, educational and clinical methods for the control of oral diseases to aid in achieving and maintaining oral health.

How to Prevent Tooth Decay

By thorough and regular tooth brushing, flossing and monitoring of the diet you can prevent decay from occurring.

Tooth Sensitivity

There are several reasons why dental sensitivity can occur, they may include * Gum recession * Toothbrush abrasions * Decay * Fracture lines in the enamel * Acidity / Diet

Acid Wear

Acid wear is the wearing away of healthy teeth by anything acidic.

Fissure Sealants

A fissure sealant is made up of a resin (hard plastic) material that is applied to the pits and fissures (grooves) of the premolar and molar teeth.

Tooth Remineralisation

Tooth decay formation takes place due to a process called demineralisation which involves minerals (like calcium compounds) being leached (dissolved away) from a tooth's hard tissues (enamel, dentin, cementum).

Night Guards for Grinding

Bruxing or otherwise known as grinding or clenching can cause permanent damage to your teeth and jaw joint (Temporomandibular Joint). Most people who clench and grind their teeth do it during sleep periods, however this may also occur during the day.

Pregnancy Gingivitis

When you’re pregnant, what you do to take care of your own health, including your oral health, affects the health of your developing baby.

Children's Dentistry

A dental therapist is a licensed dental auxiliary who specialises in treating children's teeth and providing oral hygiene services. Our therapists work closely with our dentists to provide the best possible care for your child.

Root Canal Therapy

When the nerve of the centre of the tooth becomes irreversibly damaged or dies the only treatment possible to save the tooth is called root canal therapy.

Wisdom Tooth Removal

It is best to have troublesome wisdom teeth removed while you are young. In young people, a tooth’s roots have not formed totally and the bone surrounding the tooth is softer.

Nitrous Oxide

Many people avoid going to the dentist because of the fear of dental procedures. Conscious sedation can provide anxiety relief and often overcome fear.