Dr Ehsan Mellati
Periodontist and Implant Surgeon
Clinical Lecturer (Sydney University)

Dr Wesley Wong
Periodontist and Implant Surgeon

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Periodontal Regenration

  Periodontal regeneration is the most advanced surgical method of treatment of periodontal defects. Advanced techniques and biomaterials are used to promote the healing potential following periodontal surgery. The aim of the technique is not only to stop the progression of periodontal disease, but more importantly to repair the damage to the hard and soft…

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Management of periodontal disease

Periodontics is the field of dentistry that treats disease affecting the structures surrounding a tooth, instead of the tooth itself. It comes from the Greek word “Peri” (around) and “Dontal” (teeth). The structures that surround your teeth are: gum, periodontal ligaments and alveolar bone. Periodontal disease refers to the bacterial infection that can affect these surrounding structures….

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Dental Implant placement

Dental Implant

  A dental implant has become increasingly popular for the replacement of lost teeth, or as a treatment alternative for teeth with poor prognosis. They can be used to replace a single tooth, multiple teeth, or to provide support to full or partial dentures. When a patient does opt in to get artificial teeth, one…

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Crown lengthening

Crown lengthening is a surgical procedure where the gum tissue and/or bone surrounding the teeth are partially removed to expose more of the tooth structure. The common indications include: 1) Where a tooth needs a crown (or a filling), but the tooth is too short or not exposed enough for the placement of the crown/filling….

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Hard Tissue Augmentation & Soft Tissue Augmentation

Hard Tissue Augmentation and Soft Tissue Augmentation

    Hard Tissue Augmentation and Soft Tissue Augmentation are dental procedures that correct soft tissue and hard tissue defects in patients. Often, both these corrections are needed to correct defects that may be due to a variety of issues that may or may not include periodontal infestations, localised trauma and apparent loss of teeth….

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Sinus augmentation

Sinus Augmentation

The most common reason for sinus augmentation (or sinus lift) is to prepare for an implant in the upper jaw (in the area of the molar and premolar teeth) – beneath the maxillary sinus (which is an air-filled cavity on either side of the nose). When Sinus Augmentation is needed? A patient might require sinus…

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Unerupted Teeth Exposure

Unerupted Teeth Exposure

The issue of unerupted teeth exposure is crucial in cases where the patient wishes to commence orthodontic treatment. The reason for unerupted teeth is simple: during the process of losing baby teeth and gaining adult teeth, some teeth simply fail, or are delayed, in erupting.Having braces placed before all your adult teeth have erupted is…

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Gum Recession Treatment

Gum Recession Treatment

We specialise in gum recession treatment. There is a degree of gum recession that is considered as normal e.g. a part of aging process. However, when there is significant gum recession present it is a concern as it can compromise the health of teeth and may eventually lead to tooth loss. The reasons for ending…

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Peri Implant Disease Management

peri implant disease

Peri Implant disease is the infection of the gums around an implant. It is relatively similar to the gum disease around a tooth. Therefore, if you have dental implants in your mouth it is important to make maintenance appointments with your dentist or hygienist to have them checked and cleaned regularly in order to prevent…

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CBCT

Cone Beam Computed Tomography - CBCT

For our patients convenience, we have equipped our clinic with the Morita Veraview Cone Beam CT scan, which is one of the most advanced, low X-ray dose CBCT scans currently on the market.    

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