Dental Services in Inglewood
General Dental Procedures in Inglewood
- Dental Checkup: Checkups are an essential part of preventive dentistry, allowing you to keep your teeth clean and healthy much longer. For this reason, we recommend dental check-ups every six (6) months.
- Gum Disease: Gum disease is one of the most problematic conditions one can face, as usually there is no pain associated with it, and in more advanced cases, it results in the deterioration of the periodontal ligament and the bone that holds the teeth in the jaw, ultimately resulting in tooth loss.
- Halitosis: Halitosis (bad breath) can be a serious concern for both adults and kids. In most cases, if not all, the culprit is likely poor dental hygiene and tooth decay. Although we can easily facilitate extractions, root canal treatment, and a variety of other possible means of getting rid of the cause of bad breath…
- Root Canals: If you have a mild toothache, or you’re feeling sensitivity to hot and cold, and your discomfort is strong enough to keep you up at night, it is very likely that you need a root canal. Fortunately, root canal therapy is fairly common.
- Dental Fillings: Dental fillings are typically used to treat teeth that suffer from cavities, or have been cracked or broken. Also, cases when your teeth have been worn due to misuse – such as tooth grinding or nail-biting – may also lead to the need for a dental filling.
Cosmetic Dental Procedures in Inglewood
- Teeth Whitening: Teeth whitening is a quick and easy way to improve your smile. It is a safe and effective procedure that will improve the color of your teeth. Teeth whitening treatments can be done in the dentist’s office or at home with take-home kits.
- Cosmetic dental implants: Dental implants are devices that are placed into the upper or lower jaw and function as replacements for tooth roots. These implants replace the part of your tooth that is in your jaw and provide strong anchoring points for artificial teeth.
- Cosmetic teeth shaping: Cosmetic teeth shaping is a procedure where teeth are reshaped, usually to look more aesthetically pleasing. This process can produce immediate results and is not painful at all.
- Cosmetic teeth bonding: Cosmetic bonding is a procedure that uses a composite resin to change the color or shape of teeth. This resin comes in different shades to match your teeth’s natural color, or it can be used as an alternative to tooth veneers. Cosmetic bonding can take as little as 1 visit and it’s an affordable option for patients who are looking for a quick, non-invasive fix. It is often used to fix small chips in a tooth or to build up a gap between teeth,
- Orthodontic treatment: This type of treatment is used to not only straighten a smile for aesthetic purposes but to also remedy bite issues such as overbites. This can be done with traditional brackets and wire braces or Invisalign, which is almost invisible to all but your closest friends and your mirror.
- Composite resin veneers: These are thin layers of composite resin (the same material we use for white fillings) that are bonded to the front of your natural teeth, creating a uniform surface and making teeth appear straighter, whiter, and more even.
- Porcelain crowns: A crown is a protective cap that covers the entire tooth. They can be used to improve the look, size, color, and shape of the tooth without harming the tooth in any way.
- Porcelain veneers: These are thin porcelain shells that are customized for your exact tooth and are often preferred by our patients over composite resin due to their natural and brilliant appearance.
Driving Directions From Inglewood to My Lawley Location
- Head southwest on Clifton Cres toward Cordata La
- Turn right onto Central Ave
- Turn left onto North St
Go through 1 roundabout
- Continue onto Longroyd St
- Use any lane to turn left onto Walcott St/State Route 75
Follow this map to get turn-by-turn directions straight to our front door:
About Inglewood Australia
Things To Do
Things To Do
Things to do in Inglewood Australia
- Take the historic Blue Plaque walking trail, now a feature on a self drive CD tour of Inglewood.
- Find a treasure in one of the several “Collectibles and Antiques” shops in the street, or visit Ned’s Shed.
- Visit the historic Jones’s distillery and the Eucalyptus Distillery Museum.
- Sit down, relax and have a coffee, bite to eat or a “cold frothy” at Steve’s Empire Hotel.
- Have a picnic under the trees at the Botanical Gardens followed by a stroll around the picturesque old reservoir, the trotting track and “Dusty Town”.
- Visit the marvellous Melville’s Caves in the Kooyoora State Park, an area of 3455 hectares of granite, with the peak capped by a mass of huge boulders some forming cave-like shelters. The use of these by the bushranger Captain Melville and his gang gave the name Melville’s Caves. Bike or hike along the many trails, or just stroll around the boulders. Evidence of the Koori habitation in the area may be seen in the form of “wells” and canoe trees. A stunning panoramic view is from the lookout at the top of the caves.
- Drop in for a chat, a read or participate in a craft session at the Inglewood Community Neighbourhood House. The Goldfields Library agency can also be found here.
- Drive up and look at the poppet head of the working Greater Bendigo Maxwell Mine, and then a little further out and up the track to the top of Rose Hill, the views are superb.
- Join a session at the Inglewood Bowls Club, or during the cooler months, a round of 18 at the Golf Club or watch the footy or netball at the Football Oval. On hot days, head for the Swimming Pool or the Tennis courts for action.
Credit to the Information: https://inglewood.vic.au/things-to-do/
- Churches of Christ in W.A. Inc which is on 144 Sixth Avenue, Inglewood.
- Maylands Christian Spiritualist Church which is on 123 Caledonian Avenue, Maylands.
- Uniting Church in Australia which is on 165 Railway Parade, Maylands.
- Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses which is on 92 Eighth Avenue, Maylands.
- Anglican Church of Australia which is on 2 Rowlands Street, Maylands.
- St. Patrick’s Anglican Church which is on Beaufort St & First Ave, Mount Lawley.
- St. Luke’s Anglican Church which is on Cnr Rowlands St &, George Street, Maylands.
- Maylands Church which is on 41 Eighth Avenue, Maylands.
- Perth Australia Temple which is on 163 Wordsworth Avenue, Yokine.
- Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia “The Parish of St. Apostles Peter and Paul” which is on 161-163 Whatley Crescent, Bayswater.
- Edith Cowan University Mount Lawley Campus which is on 2 Bradford Street, Mount Lawley.
- Library, ECU Mount Lawley Campus which is on Building 8, Edith Cowan University, 2 Bradford Street, Mount Lawley.
- Edith Cowan College which is on Building 10, Edith Cowan University, 2 Bradford Street, Mount Lawley.
- Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) which is on Building 1/2 Bradford Street, Mount Lawley.
- Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet which is on 2 Bradford Street, Mount Lawley.
- ECU Village, Mount Lawley which is on 2 Bradford Street, Mount Lawley.
- Outdoor Amphitheatre which is on Between Buildings 1 and 3, Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, 2 Bradford Street, Mount Lawley.
- Roundhouse Theatre which is on Building 1, Room 2110 (1.2110), Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, 2 Bradford Street, Mount Lawley.
- Spectrum Project Space which is on Building 3, Room 191 (3.191), Edith Cowan University, 2 Bradford Street, Mount Lawley.
- Enright Studio which is on Building 1, Room 241 (1.241), Western Australia Academy of Performing Arts, 2 Bradford Street, Mount Lawley.
- Macaulay Park which is on 21 Hamer Parade, Inglewood.
- Walter Road Reserve which is on Eighth Avenue, Inglewood.
- Tirza Court Inglenook which is on 896 Beaufort Street, Inglewood.
- Wood Street Reserve which is on 57 Wood Street, Inglewood.
- Dove House Inglenook which is on 884 Beaufort Street, Inglewood.
- Catherine Reserve which is on Rosebery St & Catherine St, Bedford.
- Inglewood Triangle which is on 5 Hamer Parade, Inglewood.
- Inglewood Triangle Reserve which is on Eighth Avenue, Inglewood.
- Steve’s Park which is on Bedford.
- Grand Promenade Reserve which is on Bedford.