Affordable & Experienced Dentists Near Tranmere

About Us

All dentists at Quality Dental @ Newton have a true passion for dentistry and are dedicated to providing you with the highest quality dental services. We strive to deliver your dental care in a gentle, comfortable, and pleasant manner.

All dentists at our clinic are dedicated to ongoing dental training in order to keep up-to-date with the latest dental technology & procedures, ensuring that you receive the most state of the art dental care available in Adelaide.

For more information or to make a dental appointment with our dentists near Tranmere please give us a call at our Newton Clinic on (08) 8337 4755

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Dental Check Ups

If you need to book routine dental check-ups for you or your family, then visit our expert dental team at ‘Quality Dental at Newton’.

  • Same-day appointments

  • Preventative checks

  • Gum disease treatments

We have years of experience working with patients young and old across the northeastern suburbs of Adelaide. 

At Quality Dental at Newton, we are passionate about maintaining healthy smiles, and we fully advocate preventative care. If you want us to check your teeth and gums, just give us a call. We look forward to helping you & your family with all your oral health needs.

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Emergency Dental

Do not hesitate to seek urgent dental care if you experience any of the following symptoms:

  • A Severe Toothache or Bleeding
  • Broken Tooth or Jaw

  • Lost Dental Filling or Crown

  • Object Stuck in Teeth
  • A Chipped Tooth

If you are having a dental emergency then please call us ASAP we are here to help manage & relieve your dental pain. We mainly service the northeastern suburbs of Adelaide, but all clients are welcome. As we know getting a dentist at the last minute can be a difficult task. 

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Cosmetic Dentistry

Teeth whitening is a procedure that uses a specially formulated dental whitening gel to lighten the shade of the teeth. The procedure helps to remove stains and discoloration from the teeth. Causes of discolouration of teeth:

  • Smoking

  • Coffee, tea, & red wine

  • Medications

  • Trauma

  • Effects of aging & genetics

Please click the link below to see what cosmetic dental services we offer in detail.

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Teeth Whitening

A thorough examination of the mouth is performed to ensure that the teeth and gums are healthy for the whitening procedure. Any tooth decay and gum disease must be treated before the whitening gel can be safely applied to the teeth.

  • Same-day appointments

We ensure that our whitening treatments are safe and will not harm teeth or gums. There are 2 methods used for teeth whitening. After a thorough examination, we will advise you of which procedure is best suited for you.

In-Surgery Whitening: A light reactive, scientifically formulated hydrogen peroxide gel is used to gently penetrate the teeth & remove stains and discolouration

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Dental Implants

Dental Implants are titanium screws which are inserted into the jaw bone to replace missing teeth or tooth. The jaw bone integrates (fuses) around the implant, thus creating a very solid, stable fixture. The titanium implant sits in the jaw bone under the gum line A porcelain crown is attached to the implant to provide a tooth that looks and feels natural.

  • Same-day appointments

  • Preventative checks

  • Gum disease treatments

if you would like to learn more about dental implants please click the link below or give one of our friendly staff members a call today.

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Children’s Dentistry

At Quality Dental at Newton we understand that taking your child to the dentist can be a traumatic experience for you and your child. That’s why we take the time and extra care to be extra sensitive to you and your child’s anxiety. We provide all dental services for children including:

  • Examinations

  • Gentle cleans

  • Fillings

We recommend that a child begin visiting the dentist at around 18 months of age. Examination & assessment at a very early age can help identify the potential development of dental & orthodontic problems, making their management easier & more effective.

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Dental Fillings

Composite resin is a tooth-coloured cosmetic filling material used to restore teeth. It is used to:

  • Restore decayed or broken teeth

  • Replace old metal fillings

  • Fill in spaces between the teeth

  • Cover stained/discoloured teeth

  • Correct the shape of teeth

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Dental Bridges

Bridges are fixed crowns used to anchor replacement teeth. They can be used to replace one or more missing teeth.

  • A bridge consists of cosmetic porcelain crowns that are attached to the teeth on either side of the missing tooth/teeth. The crowns act as anchors for the replacement teeth
  • The crowns are permanently cemented to the natural teeth or attached to implants on either side of the empty space
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Dentures

Dentures are a set of removable artificial resin teeth used to replace missing natural teeth. A Denture will help improve eating & cosmetics. There are 2 types of dentures:

1) Partial

  • for patients who are only missing some of their teeth
  • these are held in place by clasps which attach to the natural teeth

2) Full

  • for patients missing all of their upper or lower teeth
  • these are held in place by suction from seating on the gums and soft tissues
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Tooth Extractions

Tooth extractions may be necessary when the tooth is beyond repair or if there is a severe infection. The removal of the tooth or teeth could require local anesthesia & basic surgery. This depends on the location of the tooth and the condition of the nerves that are attached to the teeth & gums.

If your tooth is suffering from severe decay or damage, your dentist may recommend an extraction.

There are two types of extractions – a simple extraction & a surgical extraction.

Click here to learn more about Tooth Extractions & the process involved.

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Root Canal Treatment

Root canal treatment involves removing the infected pulp from the root canals & then sealing this area to help avoid future infection. Without such treatment, the bone surrounding the tooth may become infected and a painful abscess may form.

Symptoms associated with an infected pulp (root canal)

  • sensitivity to cold & hot fluids or foods
  • pain when chewing
  • spontaneous throbbing pain
  • persistent dull toothache

Click here to learn more about Root Canal, the treatment, the recovery & more.

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Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth do not always need to be removed. Although, it is very common to get them removed. Below is a list of the most common reasons for removing these teeth:

  • The teeth are impacted – they are located far back in the mouth, which can lead to severe pain.
  • Your mouth is not big enough – the teeth take up too much space along your jaw.
  • The teeth came in at a weird angle – if the teeth grow in at the wrong angle, they may press against other teeth. This can lead to misaligned teeth and additional pain.
  • Cavities or gum disease – sometimes the teeth can come through already having cavities or signs of gum disease, so they need to be taken out.

If you would like to learn more about wisdom teeth and how they are removed, why they are removed and the recovery process please visit the link provided.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Having regular dental checkups offers many benefits. Firstly, you will receive professional cleansing which efficiently removes tartar and bacteria buildup that could further damage your mouth if left untreated. Illnesses can also be detected from early on through regular dental checkups, preventing them from further damaging not only your oral health but also your general well-being. Overall, visiting the dentist regularly helps maintain your oral hygiene and health greatly.

Visiting the dentist once every six months is recommended. This is the ideal frequency for sufficient checkup of your oral health. However, certain cases may require more frequent visits depending on the severity of the condition. Your dentist will let you know when you should come back after your initial checkup.

It is important to take care of your oral health in between checkups. Brushing your teeth twice daily and regularly flossing and using mouthwash is the easiest way to do so. If your dentist had given more specific instructions on what to do, such as taking certain medications, please follow them.

Bad breath, swollen gums, bleeding gums, dry mouth, and difficulty swallowing or moving your jaws are symptoms of several dental problems. Please see the dentist immediately if you are experiencing at least one of these symptoms. Please keep in mind that even if you are not experiencing any of these symptoms, you will still need to visit the dentist once every six months.

Yes, children need regular dental checkups as much as adults. Start taking them to the dentist once their first tooth appears, and then come back every six months for regular checkups.

Yes, it is perfectly fine for pregnant women to visit the dentist. In fact, pregnant women need to have regular checkups because they are prone to dental problems, including gum disease (due to hormonal changes) and tooth decay (caused by morning sickness and vomiting).

It depends on the condition of your teeth and gums. Those with very little problem should expect up to 10 minutes, while those with more serious problems may need to spend up to 60 minutes at a checkup.

There are several diseases that can be detected through a dental checkup. Some of these diseases are heart disease, kidney disease, pancreatic cancer, osteoporosis, and malnutrition.

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