River Dental offers a comprehensive range of services to enhance your dental health. With over 30 years experience, our staff can offer everything from cosmetic to essential treatment and sedation.
Dr. Pat Hannan from Ocean Orthodontics Is Visiting! That’s right, Dr Pat Hannan from Ocean Orthodontics is coming to Gympie! Friday 30th October Dr Pat Hannan will be seeing patients at Riverdental. Click on www.facebook.com/OceanOrthodontics to see more We welcome Ocean Orthodontics We welcome Ocean Orthodontics today at Riverdental, exciting times ahead! Very good read.Read More
Your smile is one of the first impressions that others have of you. It follows that many people would like their smile to be brighter and healthier. Perhaps that is why so many patients are electing cosmetic dental procedures to improve their smiles and boost self-confidence.Read More
Dental implants are surgical-grade root devices that support permanent tooth restorations such as crowns and bridges. These artificial titanium “ roots” are anchored in the bone beneath the gums where they become fused into the jaw. A crown is mounted atop the implant for a long-lasting and natural looking tooth replacement.Read More
When people think about attaining the perfect smile and having optimal dental health, they often focus on their teeth. However, the health of your gums is just as important. Gum disease is mainly caused by poor oral hygiene and bacteria that has not been removed from between the teeth. When plaque builds up on teeth,…Read More
Should you require emergency dental care for such problems as pain, swelling or trauma, our dental practice will endeavor to see you as promptly as possible. Please contact us immediately during office hours on 07 5482 5454 and one of our staff members will organise an appointment. For patients who require emergency treatment on a…Read More
If you are looking to replace one, a few or all your missing teeth, or sick and tired of loose dentures, dental implants may be for you. Your natural teeth are composed of two parts, the ‘crown’ which is above the gum line and the ‘root’ which goes down into the jawbone. If you lose…Read More