We believe in:
Serving all our patients with the utmost care, using high quality materials and advanced techniques and ensure they all leave with a smile.
Our Vision, Mission & Objectives
To be the leading provider that successfully brings together all the forms of dental care treatments under one roof.
To best serve all our patients with the utmost care, using high quality materials and advanced techniques and ensure they all leave with a smile.
Westside Dental Practice strives:
- To provide dental care treatments in a caring and efficient manner to the satisfaction of our patients.
- To make each visit to the practice a pleasant experience.
- To be punctual yet flexible in our timings to ensure convenience for our patients.
- To utilise innovative and high quality equipment and materials so as to serve our patients better.
- To partner with renowned dental laboratories for the most accurate results.
- To continually advance our knowledge and expertise in all aspects of dental healthcare to ensure our optimal standards are maintained.
- To maintain competitive prices without compromising on quality.
What we do best
General Dentistry is the area of dentistry you are most likely to be familiar with. If you have undergone a scale and polish, a filling or have had dentures fitted then this all falls into the category of general dentistry.
Using a laser for certain treatment can have a number of benefits for you by providing faster healing times, reducing the risks of infection, create less bleeding and also less postoperative pain.
A dental implant is used to support one or more false teeth. It is a titanium screw that can replace the root of a tooth when it fails. Just like a tooth root, it is placed into the jawbone.
Modern dentistry can provide amazing cosmetics. A beautiful smile is said to be the most important factor when people meet and greet each other. There is a vast range of treatments now available to improve your smile and of varying complexity.
Orthodontics is a branch of dentistry that deals with problems relating to your ‘bite’ or ‘malocclusion’. If you find that you have crooked or misaligned teeth; or that there are too many teeth in your jaw (overcrowding) then you will need some form of corrective device known as a brace.
We promote the dental health of children as well as serve as educational resources for parents. It is recommended that a dental visit should occur within six months after the presence of the first tooth or by a child’s first birthday.