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Our new location is more convenient location with plenty of dedicated customer parking and easy access for the elderly.

  • Monday / 8am – 6pm
  • Tuesday / 8am – 6pm (5pm every fortnight)
  • Wednesday / 8am – 5pm
  • Thursday / 8am – 6pm
  • Friday / 8am – 4pm

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The Dental Experts
38 Barry’s Point Road, Takapuna, Auckland, New Zealand

Plenty of dedicated customer parking and easy access for the elderly.

FAQs
How Can We Help?

It’s different for each patient and depends on the condition of your teeth. We’ll tell you how often you’ll need a check-up and hygienist appointment.

Pregnancy can increase your chances of gum disease, so good home oral hygiene and regular hygienist appointments are important.

Bad breath can be caused by a number of things, from gum disease to throat and sinus infections. The best first step is to book a consultation with us – we can help diagnose and treat the underlying issue.

No, you can get braces at any age. However it may be a slower process the older you are.

This is a sign of gum disease – if left untreated it can lead to tooth decay.

Not always, but if they are interfering with space in your mouth or if there is sign of decay or infection, getting them removed them is a good idea.

Large amalgam fillings can weaken the surrounding tooth. Book an appointment with us – we can tell you whether they need to be replaced.

Ideally, you should bring your children around the time of their first birthday. If you haven’t yet, don’t panic, but do make an appointment as soon as you can. Child dental care is government funded up to high school age. However, the treatments available are limited. We happily provide affordable child dental care and recommend regular checkups.

Fluoride has been scientifically proven to reduce decay in patients who are prone to it. It can be applied topically through toothpastes and other dental products. Talk to our hygienist about options that are right for you.

We recommend x-rays every two years, or every time your dentist needs to diagnose an issue.