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Dental implants replace the root portion of a missing tooth and act as a stable support for false teeth such as an implant-supported crown, bridge or denture. We can refer you to a specialist implant surgeon who can help you achieve an amazing smile!
Our dentists want the best for our patients and given the price and the invasiveness required to have an implant placed, patients would have the best experience and better long-term success if their implants are placed by specialist dental implant surgeons who have extensive experience.
Implanted-supported false teeth are the best way to replace missing teeth. When compared to a bridge they provide the best eating function without damaging neighbouring teeth and are easier to clean. Compared to a denture (removable false teeth) the are much more stable, strong and are fixed so they do not fall out or move around when eating and talking.
We offer denture repairs, denture relines for loose existing dentures as well as new dentures.
Different types of dentures can be made depending on individual requirements and the location of the missing teeth. Our dentist will check your mouth and recommend the type of denture most suitable for you.
Auckland Region Dental Services We understand that the world is going through some hardship and our economy has encountered many COVID-19 impact stories. At Dental Wellness Centre, our team would […]
Dental Wellness Centre at level 1 & 2 Our community has been through a lot of changes over the last 6 weeks, and all of us are looking forward to […]
For the health and safety of our staff and our community, we ask all patients requesting a dentist appointment to kindly fill the risk assessment form before their arrival at […]
OPEN FOR EMERGENCY DENTAL CARE “As a result of the national COVID-19 level 4 pandemic response there are strict restrictions on the provision of dental care in New Zealand. Dentists […]
Pandemic On March 12th World Health Organization announced COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic. A pandemic has nothing to do with changes to the characteristics of a disease but is instead associated […]
Sunday 15th March: Advice for Travellers People coming into New Zealand should check on MoH website for travelers arriving in New Zealand as all travelers except those listed on the […]
Immediate Dental Care There are many reasons why we delay our dental treatments at the time it is needed the most. Here at Dental Wellness Centre, we understand the difficulties […]
Publicly Funded Dental Care We received few inquiries about subsided funding and how it works. We understand that there are a lot of information to take in and sometimes the […]
Smile New Zealand is a joint initiative run annually by the New Zealand Dental Association and Southern Cross Health Trust. In 2019 September, Dental Wellness Centre, our dentist, Dr. Jolin […]
Many have been told it is important to regularly visit your dentist for dental hygiene clean. But how important is it? We would like to share an article from the […]
We visit retirement villages, special care institutions and various organisations to give oral health care presentations and hands-on workshops We pay attention to all our patient’s specific needs and believe […]
Happy Halloween!! ORANGE: Peach+Apricot is our selected flavour of the month to celebrate end of October with Halloween right round the corner. Flavour of the month price: Curaprox Toothpaste set […]
Medical conditions such as diabetes, arthritis and cataracts can decrease hand dexterity and eye-sight, which leads to increasing difficulty with maintaining adequate personal hygiene. We pay attention to all our […]
We take extra care to ensure child patients develop positive dental experiences. It is recommended that preschool children start annual dental check ups as soon as you see baby teeth. […]
“Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy is neuromuscular re-education that aims to achieve adequate orofacial muscular patterns for optimal functioning of breathing, chewing, suctioning, swallowing, speech and even sleeping.” (Ramirez, McCormick, 2014) Myofunctional […]