The key to our success is a simple patient-centric approach. We pride ourselves in putting the patient first by providing them with the best care, by the best dentists, using the best materials and equipment but still accepting medical aids as well as offering very reasonable cash rates.


Preventative Care

Prevention of dental problems is our first and most fundamental belief at The Family Dental Care Group. A routine 6 monthly dental examination is essential to prevent dental decay and tooth ache, which can eventually lead to root canals and extractions if not addressed.

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Paediatric Dentistry

If you want your child to have healthy teeth for a lifetime it is important to start dental visits as soon as the first few teeth come out. The earlier a child starts seeing a dentist, the easier it is for them to familiarize themselves with a dentist.


Teeth Fillings

White composite fillings are made of plastic material mixed with small glass particles and are tooth coloured, rather than silver. They are suitable for repairing both the front and the back teeth.

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Teeth Extractions

Our motto is always to save teeth first as there is nothing better than a healthy tooth. However, when there is extensive decay, trauma or fracture to a tooth, your dentist may advise you to extract it.


Root Canal

Root canals are usually done when decay has extended into a tooth towards the blood vessels and nerves (pulp) that supply the tooth with nutrition and sensation. Once this happens, one may complain of pain, sensitivity to hot or cold, difficulty chewing or eating on that side and sometimes spontaneous pain that keeps you up all night.

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Inlays & Onlays

Where more tooth structure is broken or decayed, a white filling may no longer be suitable to restore the tooth. In this case ceramic porcelain is used to fill bigger areas and to repair moderately damaged back teeth.


Sensitive Teeth Solutions

Tooth sensitivity or otherwise known as dentin hypersensitivity refers to when one experiences pain or discomfort in their teeth due to being exposed to hot or cold temperatures.

Many people are victims of tooth sensitivity, especially with hot or cold stimulus; however, it could also be a cavity sign.

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Chosen for Caring 

At Family Dental Care, we understand that visiting a dentist is an experience that people, young and old, generally dread so every possible effort has been made to ensure a pleasant and comfortable experience every time.


Gum Disease

Periodontal (gum) disease is an infection of the gums and jaw bone. It’s typically caused by poor brushing and flossing habits that allow plaque (a sticky film of bacteria) to build up on the teeth and harden. In advanced stages, periodontal disease can lead to sore, swollen and bleeding gums, painful chewing problems and even tooth loss.


Temporomandibular Joint Pain

Symptoms of a TMJ disorder may include limited jaw movement, clicking noises from the jaw joints, pain when chewing, yawning or opening the jaw widely, headaches and/or migraines, earaches, clenching, grinding, face, neck, back and shoulder pain, muscle spasms and toothache. An accurate diagnosis is important to ensure that the right treatment is undertaken.

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Due to the medical nature of dental procedures, we implement some of the strictest sanitation and hygiene protocols within each and every Family Dental Care practice. These include:

Dental teams are in full PPE throughout every dental procedure

Regular, accurate temperature checking of all staff and patients

Strict symptom screening when patients book appointments

Public surfaces (pens, card machines, rooms) are deeply sanitised after each patient

All sanitizers used are hospital-grade and effective against germs and viruses


A beautiful smile starts with beautiful teeth

Don’t let bad teeth hold you back from living your best life! Family Dental Care’s dental experts will help you get the smile and teeth you have always dreamed of. Get in touch with us to book an appointment.