We recommend that you thoroughly research your chosen dental procedure so that you have realistic expectations about possible results. Alternative treatments may be available for your situation. Information is the key to knowing what to expect and to facilitate a successful outcome.
This website (including photographs) is designed to provide an overview to some of the dental procedures offered by us so that you can understand your range of choices, identify the issues relevant to you and formulate the questions you need to ask during your appointments with us.
All dental treatment comes with inherent risks and possibility of complications. This guide details some of the possible risks and complications for the dental procedures described but not all.
We recommend that you obtain as much information directly from your treating dentist prior to consenting to any dental procedure so that you make an informed decision about proceeding.
During treatment, your condition can change or be different to that was anticipated requiring treatment to be altered, changed or aborted.
While we have a high success rate, treatments may not always yield precise results due to factors such as variable healing responses and oral hygiene. All these things can alter the clinical, functional and aesthetic outcome.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, we recommend seeking a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.
For information about our CCTV policies please visit https://www.cdic.com.au/cctv-policy/