A Full Range of Dental Services in Hamilton
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We offer a full range of non-emergency dental treatments. We provide free WINZ quotes and comparative quotes.
Hamilton Emergency Dental Treatments
Dental emergencies often sneak up on us at odd hours - be it at 3 am in the morning or on a weekend. We understand this - and are committed to providing emergency dental treatments to our patients in a timely manner.
As well as our normal clinic hours, our dentists are also available after-hours, and on weekends, to treat your dental emergency.
Dental pain can be extremely uncomfortable, and in some cases unbearable. It can keep you from performing day-to-day activities like working, eating, or even sleeping. We understand this, which is why our aim is to provide same-day emergency treatment if you are experiencing intense dental pain.
In case of a pain-based emergency, one of our dentists will give you pain medication for immediate pain relief, following which you may be asked to come back for a procedure or further examination depending on the dental problem.
Our emergency dentist will try to solve your painful condition as soon as possible , and can also organise specialised services(AFTER- HRS) of more experienced dentist in some complicated cases. Any extra charges will be disclosed to you at the time of initial consultation.
We are ACC providers and we offer free no obligation WINZ (Work and Income New Zealand) Quotes depending upon eligibility of patients. We are merchants for Q-Card , and Gem Visa as well and can offer 3months to 18 months interest free when your case meets the conditions. Unless stated otherwise, we will take payment for your treatment on the day.
Same-Day Emergency Treatments for Pain Relief
If a tooth is decayed or damaged beyond repair, you may need a tooth extraction, which involves removing the tooth completely from its socket. This could be any of your teeth including a molar or an impacted wisdom tooth.
Tooth extractions will involve an initial consult with one of our dentists, who will determine if the tooth can be repaired without being extracted. Tooth extractions can either be a simple extraction or a surgical one, depending on the case.
Surgery is required in cases where part of the bone or tooth has to be incised for the extraction. Recovering from a tooth surgery may take 1 to 2 weeks.
Following the procedure, your dentist will tell you how to take care of the extracted area of your mouth and the recovery process.
The thought of wisdom tooth extraction is sufficient to upset general population, due to lot of general misconceptions which are baseless. On the contrary, wisdom tooth extraction is just like any other tooth extraction process and can be carried out by either an experienced dentist or a specialist oral and maxillo-facial surgeon.
Dr. Rahul Gautam has received formal training during his hospital based post graduate training in paediatric dentistry from PGIMER, Chandigarh, India in the field of minor oral surgery involving wisdom teeth extractions under local anaesthetic, with or without IV sedation and under General anaesthesia in more demanding cases .
We are the most sought after dental practice for wisdom tooth removal in Hamilton. We have been doing these procedures for a long time and can make the process as painless and hassle free as possible.
Some examples of how a wisdom tooth might be impacted
Wisdom Teeth Removal/Surgery
Dental Anxiety is common within the population and can detrimentally affect the delivery of dental care for those patients affected. We have an established conscious IV sedation in our practice to facilitate the care of nervous patients or those undergoing prolonged , unpleasant treatments such as surgical procedures.
We are committed to the safe and effective use of these modalities by appropriately educated and trained dentists, specialist anaesthesiologists, anaesthetic technicians, and NZDA trained dental assistants . We follow the current guidelines/regulations by the Dental Council Of New Zealand, when providing sedation/anaesthesia for monitoring or management of patient during and after sedation for diagnostic or therapeutic procedures.
If you think you are too anxious and reluctant to let you make the appointment for a necessary dental treatment specially extraction of multiple teeth and impacted wisdom teeth then you are the right candidate for considering sedation dentistry, in the comfort of the modern dental practice equipped with modern Monitoring Gadget and fully trained professional.
Sedation dentistry is very common, and most individuals can get difficult dental procedures completely without any problems. To help you make your decision, we have tried to compile a list of frequently asked questions regarding Intra Venous Sedation administered at our practice.
"This dental practice is by far my first choice. Rahul takes pride in his work and explains everything regarding the procedure being carried out, I’m always 100% satisfied with the end result. Lily always has a welcoming smile and the assistants are great. With this team I feel comfortable and at ease. All in all, a friendly, great quality service that I highly recommend to all."
If you have pain in your teeth, you may have a tooth cavity and need a filling.
If you have a partial tooth decay, the affected part of the tooth is drilled into, to completely remove the decayed section of the tooth. The removed tooth part is then replaced with what is known as a filling.
Fillings are available in many different types, but the most common type is composite resin, which is white in colour. This comes in many shades, and a shade that matches your teeth will be chosen to achieve the most natural looking finish. Other types of fillings are also available at our clinic. You can discuss this with the dentist during your consultation.
Fillings also provide protection to the tooth to prevent further cavities from forming. They improve tooth strength, which is useful for biting and chewing, and overall dental health.
Fillings for Tooth Cavities
If your missing tooth is causing you discomfort, or you feel conscious about how it looks, dental implants could be the solution for you.
Dental implants are a replacement for the root section of a missing tooth. The implant is placed into the jaw bone in place of the tooth, after which an artificial tooth known as a crown is attached to the implant.
Dental implants provide comfort, improved speech, a good appearance and protection in place of the missing tooth.
Dental implants are usually made of titanium alloy, which are extremely safe and used in various other implant types.
The implant is first placed in the root, and once it heals, the crown is then attached to it. This can take up to a few months.
When a tooth is severely infected or injured all the way to the soft tissue at the bottom of the tooth’s root, it is likely that a root canal may be needed. If not treated promptly, the infected tooth can cause severe pain or an abscess.
Root canal treatments remove the infection entirely from the decayed tooth, all the way to the tissue. This is done by removing the decayed sections of the tooth.
Root Canals, once completed, are followed with restorative treatments such as fillings, or crowns.
Fillings and crowns seal the tooth and protect it from forming infections in the future. They also help with the appearance of the tooth, so you are not left with just a part of your tooth.
Crowns and bridges are used to replace one or more missing teeth. These restorative treatments can help with chewing, speaking, and improve the appearance of your teeth.
When teeth need large fillings, or have undergone root treatments where a section of the tooth is removed, a crown (which looks like a tooth) is used as a replacement to provide protection, and a natural appearance.
Crowns are generally made of porcelain and are matched to the colour of your teeth to give you a natural looking smile.
In case of two or more missing teeth, a bridge can be used to cover the gap using the neighbouring teeth as support.
Restorative Dental Treatments with Crowns and Bridges
"Great team here, Was able to have a tooth extracted the same day as calling and the staff were fabulous! Quick, easy and efficient!! Special mention to Lily your customer service and assistant was amazing!"
Dentures are a set of artificial teeth that are fitted into an acrylic base which look like your gums. There are used as a replacement for actual teeth when someone has had some or all of their teeth removed.
At Hamilton Emergency Dental Centre, we can construct partial dentures or complete upper and lower dentures. We also offer immediate dentures, that are constructed prior to the teeth removal, so you can transition into your dentures right after your procedure is done on the same day, without having to undergo a waiting period.
If your dentures are broken or don’t fit you properly anymore, our dentists can help you with fixing your dentures as well.
The prosthetics team at Hamilton Dental Emergency Centre have many years of experience and are fully trained in the Ivoclar BPS system.
You can have a direct communication with our small team of technicians who offer different levels of prosthetics services depending on your expectations.
Complete, Partial and Immediate Denture Construction and Denture Repair
If you feel that your mouth is past the point of no return in terms of dental work, it may be time for a full mouth reconstruction procedure.
Full mouth reconstruction, as the name implies, is a rebuild or replacement of all of the teeth within a patient’s mouth. There are many reasons why dentists are asked to perform full mouth reconstructions. We combine the science of restorative dentistry with aesthetics to help improve the overall functionality, beauty, and health of a patient’s mouth.
If you have been thinking of making an appointment for a full mouth reconstruction procedure, we’re here to provide you with all of the information to decide which procedure is right for you.
Call us today on 07 834 9293 for an appointment,
There is no limit to the type of patient that we see seeking full mouth reconstruction in St. Louis, whether it is for the function of the mouth or the overall aesthetics of the mouth. Most of these patients have severe dental problems throughout their mouths, which require comprehensive treatment to bring their mouths to a final and positive result.
Many of these patients who seek out full mouth reconstruction have numerous teeth with large fillings, decaying teeth, cracked or broken teeth, missing teeth, or teeth that are worn down due to bruxism.
On the other hand, there are patients with certain conditions, such as Ameliogenesis, Ectodermal Dysplasia, or Dentinogenesis Imperfecta, who require extensive restoration treatments to improve the overall health and function of their teeth. These are patients who we deem prime candidates for full mouth reconstruction.
Full mouth reconstruction, otherwise known as full mouth rehabilitation, is any general extensive dental treatment that is set to affect all of the teeth within the mouth. The type of treatment depends on the patient and what we deem is necessary to get to the final product they seek.
For example, we have many patients with oral cancer who require specialized full mouth reconstruction. In this case, we might have to restore the missing structures within the oral cavity alongside the replacement of missing or broken teeth.
From crowns to onlays to veneers to bridges to dental implants to dentures and beyond, treatments can greatly vary when the ultimate goal is a complete smile makeover. For certain patients, we may even seek out applying orthodontics to facilitate the most positive end result.
Not only are our treatments geared to leave you with an improved look, but also geared to leave you with better jaw efficiency overall.
Full Mouth Rehabilitation
For some children and adults, a dental procedure can be very stressful, and they may find it difficult to relax during the procedure - which is why a patient can opt-in for conscious sedation if they are feeling anxious.
Hamilton Emergency Dental provides IV or intravenous sedation, oral sedation, N2O (Nitrous Oxide) and O2 sedations, which are all tried and tested methods of dental sedations used to make a patient feel relaxed and comfortable through any type of procedure.
If you are keen to opt-in for sedation, one of our dentists can recommend a sedation type taking your preference into consideration. This is done prior to the procedure.
Conscious Sedation Options
"So today I built up the courage to get my back tooth filling sorted and thank goodness I went to these guys. Dr David and staff are so professional, friendly and really put you at ease if you're a nervous patient like I am. I ended up needing a massive filling so it was a pretty bit job but I never felt one bit of pain, also the cost wasn't bad either. Thank you guys for an awesome experience "
At Hamilton Emergency Dental Centre, we provide free of cost and no-obligation WINZ Quotations on request. If you or your child is eligible for Work and Income dental benefits/payments, we can give you a quote for the treatment that you or your child needs.You can check you WINZ eligibility here - WINZ Dental Treatment Payment and Benefits
Free WINZ Quotations
If you have received a quote from one or more dentists, and are looking for a comparative quote, we can provide one for you.
We offer affordable and reasonable pricing for all our dental treatment plans, along with patient financing options, with interest free payment plans spread over a period of time.
If you have been in an accident that resulted in broken, chipped, or knocked out teeth, or caused any other dental harm to you, we provide immediate, emergency dental treatment in such cases - be it at 3 am in the morning, or during the weekend.
One of our dentists will see you at the earliest, and provide the right dental treatment that you require.
We will also help you fill in the forms needed for your ACC dental claim along with any other assistance that you may require with your claim.
ACC Covered Dental Treatments 24/7
"After a sleepless night due to extreme toothache I popped in to see the wonderful team at Hamilton Dental Emergency. I was seen to straight away and looked after. Super friendly and reliable. Would definitely recommend to anyone who needs to see a dentist quick. "