General Dentistry


Maintain Great Oral Health With Our General Dentistry Services

Deficient oral hygiene can result in tooth cavities and gum disease, and it has also been connected to other diseases such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. Your dental and oral health are critical components of your overall health and well-being.

Taking care of your teeth and regular visits to your dentist can avoid oral diseases. General dentistry encompasses a wide range of treatment choices and procedures essential to safeguarding and maintaining a high level of oral health. By following specific procedures, it is possible to keep your mouth, gums, and teeth healthy and pain-free.

At Simple Dental Dentist Bicton, we believe that regular dental care is essential for preserving excellent oral health. Our team strives to create a comfortable and relaxing environment for our patients during their dental treatment while also providing high-quality dental care.

Our General Dentistry Services at Simple Dental Dentist Bicton

Scale and clean

Scaling and cleaning are standard dental procedures in which your dentist removes all of the plaque and tartar (hardened plaque) above and a little bit below the gum line. If you have plaque or tartar way beneath your gum line to your roots, your dentist makes sure to clean down to the bottom of the tooth pocket. Your dentist will then begin root planning, which is the process of smoothing out the roots of your teeth to aid in the reattachment of your gums to your teeth.

Custom Mouthguards

The dental professionals at Simple Dental Dentist Bicton have been creating custom-fitted, comfortable, durable, protective mouth guards for years. Our team of dentists will make sure you get a quality product that fits your needs perfectly, so you never suffer another toothache again.

Tooth Extractions

Toothaches can be excruciatingly unpleasant and challenging to deal with on their own. The sooner you get dental care for your tooth discomfort, the better off you will be. At Simple Dental Dentist Bicton, we can help you lessen the pain you are experiencing. Our gentle crew will perform an extraction on you that will cause you the least amount of discomfort.


Root Canal Therapy

Root canal therapy is intended to remove bacteria from the infected root canal, prevent the tooth from becoming infected again, and save the original tooth from extraction. A root canal is a procedure in which the inflamed or infected pulp of the tooth is removed, and the inside of the tooth is carefully cleaned and disinfected before being filled with a filling and sealed.

Wisdom Teeth Removal

At Simple Dental Dentist Bicton, we offer wisdom tooth removal procedures that can help you to alleviate your pain and discomfort. Your mouth is in good hands at our dental clinic. With cutting-edge technology and gentle care, we will take care of your dental health.

Dental Fillings

A filling is a method of restoring a tooth that has been damaged by decay to its original function and shape. A dental professional performs an amalgam filling after the decayed tooth material has been removed and the afflicted area has been thoroughly cleansed. The cavity is then filled with a filling substance.


Simple Dental Dentist Bicton offers false teeth as a long-term option that mimics the appearance of natural teeth while having no negative impact on your smile or oral health. Don’t let your pearly whites go unused. If you choose our attractive and natural-looking solution, you may look forward to a lifetime of happy smiles without having to worry about future issues.


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Why Choose Simple Dental Dentist Bicton
As Your Bicton General Dentists

Do you want to keep your teeth healthy? Are you looking for an experienced dentist who can take care of your teeth?

At Simple Dental Dentist Bicton, we believe that prevention is the best medicine for preserving excellent oral health. We offer a wide range of services and procedures to help you maintain optimal oral hygiene. Our general dentistry encompasses everything from dental exams and cleanings to fillings and root canals. You’ll also find information about our cosmetic dentistry options such as veneers, crowns, bridges, implants, bleaching treatments, tooth whitening systems and more.

If you have any questions or concerns about your mouth or gums, don’t hesitate to contact us today for an appointment with one of our experienced dentists. We look forward to helping you achieve a healthier smile!

Visit our website now for more information on how we can help keep your teeth healthy. If you want to book an appointment, call us at
(08) 9438 2032.


Frequently Asked Questions About General Dentistry

Regular dental visits are essential for maintaining good oral health. The general dentist will develop a comprehensive treatment plan that will outline the dental care operations required to maintain your oral health.

Checkups are essential because they allow the dentist to thoroughly examine the mouth and teeth to detect underlying oral health issues. A standard examination may entail looking for cavities in your teeth, abnormalities in your mouth, and oral illness in other parts of your head and neck during your appointment. Dental examinations can detect early indicators of any problem and treat them before they progress to a more severe condition. The importance of this is highlighted by the fact that many oral health concerns are silent, making them easy to overlook.

Regular dental exams are essential for a variety of reasons. They examine your teeth for health, clean them, and address any issues that you may not have realized were issues at the time. The general rule of thumb is that you should visit the dentist once every six months at the absolute minimum. People who do not have any dental problems should visit their dentist once a year. However, those with dental problems should visit their dentist every 3 to 4 months. For teeth cleaning, it is recommended to visit your dentist at least twice per year.

Mouthguards are dental devices that protect the teeth from injury. A mouthguard protects your teeth, tongue, gums, and cheeks from the trauma produced by teeth grinding or sports injuries, as well as other oral health problems.

If you participate in organized sports or other recreational activities, you must understand how to avoid facial and mouth injuries. Additionally, if you grind your teeth while sleeping without wearing a nightguard, you may get migraines and cause your teeth to wear, increasing your chance of tooth fracture or loss.

Mouthguards can protect the soft tissues of your lips, tongue, and cheek lining, as well as your upper teeth and gums. Because your upper teeth are more prominent, they may be more susceptible to harm. You have more excellent natural protection for your bottom teeth since they are further back in your mouth than your two front teeth.

An X-ray of the root and a pulp viability test are recommended to assess whether or not you require root canal treatment. Pulp tests are often performed by applying a cold stimulus to the tooth and observing its reaction. It will be necessary to test several teeth to compare their reactions.

You may require root canal therapy if you have any of the following signs:

  • You feel excruciating discomfort when you are eating and biting.
  • Your teeth are loose.
  • You have tooth cavities.
  • Your teeth are sensitive.
  • You have tooth discolouration.

When visiting the dentist, it’s crucial to be aware of the potential costs associated with any procedures required of you.

Dental expenses vary from state to state. The cost of general dental procedures varies depending on your condition. However, the typical cost of checkup and cleaning during 1st visit to dental clinics in Western Australia is around $213-$273.

A consultation fee is usually charged on your first visit. Then, your dentist will present the options as part of your treatment plan. In an ideal situation, your dentist will educate you about the dental treatments you require.

Effective and complex dental treatments are more expensive than regular consultations. Root canals, crowns, veneers, bridges, implants, or dentures are examples of significant or complex dental treatments. Oral surgery for prosthesis, jaw injuries, and other non-tooth related oral surgery are also examples of significant or complex dental treatments.

It’s also important to remember that you may be charged a higher fee if you come in after-hours or on weekends, and significant trauma or multiple tooth injuries may cost extra.

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