Dental Problems We Can Help You With

Do you need help with a dental problem? Brabham Smiles is here for you! We offer a wide range of dental treatments, including general dentistry, restorative treatments, and cosmetic procedures. We also provide emergency dental care for patients who need it. 

We are here to help relieve your dental problems

Dental issues can have an impact on your appearance. Stained teeth, for example, can make you look older than you are, and missing teeth can cause facial sagging. As a result, it can make you feel less confident.

Dental problems can have a significant impact on your quality of life. Even minor issues like tooth decay can cause pain and difficulty eating, while more serious problems like gum disease can lead to bone damage and tooth loss.

Brabham Smiles is dedicated to helping patients achieve and maintain optimal oral health. We offer a range of services that can address various dental issues, including bad breath, bleeding gums, gum disease, and stained or discoloured teeth. We also offer custom mouthguards for patients who suffer from bruxism. If you have any questions or concerns about oral health, we encourage you to contact us today. Our friendly team will be happy to answer any questions you may have and help you determine which treatment option is right for you.

Dental Problems We Can Help You With


Bruxism is a condition where you grind or clench your teeth. Mouth guards can help safeguard your teeth from wear and tear, while dental crowns can help restore damaged teeth.

Bad Breath

Bad breath can be a frustrating and embarrassing problem, but there are several things we can do to manage and prevent it. Regular dental check-ups and scale and cleans are essential in maintaining good oral hygiene and can help remove any build-up of plaque and bacteria that can cause bad breath.

Bleeding Gums

In some cases, bleeding gums may result from gum disease, which requires deep cleaning or periodontal surgery, or dental trauma that needs urgent management. However, if your gums are healthy, a scale and clean may be all that's needed to prevent further bleeding.

Gum Disease

Gum disease is a serious infection of the gums that can cause inflammation, bleeding, and pain. Fortunately, we have many treatments available at Brabham Smiles, including scale and clean, antibiotic therapy, deep cleaning, and periodontal surgery.

Dry Socket

Dry socket is a painful condition that can occur after a tooth is extracted and can cause an infection. Our dentists can help you with a dry socket by cleaning the socket and applying a medicated dressing.

Stained Teeth

If your teeth are stained, some potential treatments can help improve their appearance. Our professional teeth whitening at Brabham Smiles can lighten your teeth by several shades, while extremely severe staining may require dental veneers or crowns.


Tooth sensitivity can be caused by worn enamel, gum recession, or decayed teeth. A scale and clean can help remove any build-up on your teeth that could be causing sensitivity, while dental fillings can seal any exposed nerves and protect the inner structure of your teeth.

Crooked Teeth

A few different treatment options are available to help straighten crooked teeth. Dental veneers and crowns can cover teeth and make them look straighter, while clear aligners are a popular and discreet option for moving teeth slowly towards their correct position.

Tooth Gaps

At Brabham Smiles, we can use dental veneers or crowns to modify the shape and size of teeth, which can help close gaps. Clear aligners can also be used to pull teeth close together and close gaps.

Bite problems

Clear aligners can gradually shift the position of your teeth until they are correctly aligned. If the cause of the bite misalignment is crowding, tooth extraction and wisdom teeth removal can create more space for your teeth.

Severe Toothache

We know how a severe toothache can affect your day-to-day activities. A toothache is usually a sign of a more complicated underlying dental problem, which needs management to avoid more costly and complex procedures.

Wisdom Teeth Pain

If the decayed wisdom tooth has fully erupted, we can usually restore it with a dental filling. However, if the wisdom tooth causing pain is impacted, it will likely need to be removed.

Knocked-out Tooth

You should seek dental care as soon as possible if you have a knocked-out tooth so your dentist can reimplant and save your tooth. However, if the tooth cannot be saved, there are still options for replacement, such as dentures, dental bridges, and dental implants.

Missing Crowns and Fillings

When you come in for treatment for a missing crown or filling, the first thing we'll do is clean and disinfect the affected area. Then we'll assess whether we can save the old filling or crown or if you'll need a new one.

Dental Abscess

In most cases of a dental abscess, emergency dental care is required to clean the affected area and prevent the spread of infection. Root canal therapy may also be necessary to remove infected tissue and save the tooth.

Chipped or Broken Teeth

Chipped or broken teeth can be addressed in a few different ways depending on the severity of the damage. Dental crowns or veneers can cover and protect the tooth from further damage. If the roots of chipped or broken teeth are damaged, a root canal may be required.

Missing Teeth

Missing teeth are more than just a cosmetic issue; they can also lead to problems with eating and speaking and can cause your other teeth to shift out of place. Fortunately, we have several options for replacing missing teeth at Brabham Smiles, including dentures, dental bridges, and dental implants.

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Frequently Asked Questions About
Dental Problems

Dental problems don’t just go away on their own. Without treatment, they can lead to a whole host of other health issues. For instance, gum disease has been linked to heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. Tooth decay can also cause pain and infection and lead to difficulty eating and speaking. Untreated dental problems can also cause bad breath and an increased risk of cavities. Managing your dental problems early will keep you from more costly and complex procedures in the future. So, if you have a toothache or any other dental problem, see your dentist immediately.

By following these simple steps, you can help prevent dental problems and keep your smile healthy and beautiful:

  • Ensure that you brush your teeth at least twice a day with fluoride toothpaste.
  • Floss at least once a day.
  • Gargle with antibacterial mouthwash.
  • Replace your toothbrush every three to four months.
  • Clean your tongue with a toothbrush or a tongue scraper to remove bacteria and freshen your breath.
  • Visit your dentist at least twice a year for dental check-ups and cleanings.
  • Stay away from sugary snacks and drinks.
  • Don’t smoke.

Dental problems often get worse over time. That’s why you must seek dental care as soon as you notice a problem. The sooner you get treatment, the better your chances of reversing the issue and preventing its progression. Waiting too long to seek care can lead to serious health complications. So if you’re experiencing any dental issues, don’t wait to call your dentist. With early intervention, you can keep your smile and yourself healthy for years to come.

It is best to consult your dentist if you are experiencing a dental problem. While you’re waiting for your appointment, here are some things that you can do at home to help manage dental problems:

  • If you have a toothache, gargle with warm salt water and gently floss between your teeth. Use a cold compress to reduce swelling. You can also take over-the-counter pain relievers, such as ibuprofen, to help with the pain.
  • If you have a cavity, brush and floss twice a day and use fluoride toothpaste to help prevent the decay from spreading.
  • If you have sensitive teeth, use desensitising toothpaste to reduce sensitivity.
  • If you have a cracked tooth, avoid chewing on that side of your mouth and make sure to brush and floss carefully. It would be best if you also visited your dentist as soon as possible so they could assess the damage and determine the appropriate treatment.
  • If you have a loose tooth, try not to wiggle it too much, and see your dentist as soon as possible. In the meantime, eat soft foods only and brush and floss as usual.
  • If you’re concerned about bad breath, brush and floss regularly, and consider using a tongue scraper.