Looking for a Melbourne Dentist?

Richmond Fine Dentistry is conveniently located just a few tram stops away from Melbourne CBD. Our dentists will provide you with gentle, comprehensive high quality dental healthcare. Our team of dentists and staff work with the latest technology and pursue ongoing learning to provide you with the best available dental treatment options . We treat all patients with respect, responsibility and high ethical standards. We cherish continuous, long term relationships with our patients. Find out more,

Cosmetic Dentistry

Looking for a Cosmetic Dentist in Melbourne? Cosmetic Dentistry refers to dental work that improves the appearance of a person’s teeth, gums and bite. Teeth whitening, dental implants, veneers, orthodontics, periodontics can all be part of your cosmetic dentistry treatment. The end result of your treatment should improve your overall oral health as well as your cosmetic appearance. Any treatment that does not offer a dental benefit is not addressing the root cause of your dental issues. Find out more

Porcelain Veneers

One of the most effective and popular procedures to achieve a flawless new smile is with the application of porcelain veneers. Used to completely reshape your smile in as few as two appointments, porcelain veneers are a more conservative option than a full crown. Porcelain veneers are an ideal solution to close gaps, straighten crooked teeth, repair chips and cover permanent stains. Find out more

Wisdom Teeth Management

At Richmond Fine Dentistry we quickly manage wisdom teeth pain with a consultation, and we pride ourselves with being able to see you on the day if you suddenly experience terrible pain. Wisdom teeth pain can have a sudden onset and make you feel dreadful very quickly. You will be rapidly assessed with our OPG full mouth x-ray machine we have on site and then a treatment plan will be devised. Find out more.

Teeth Whitening

Are you after a local Teeth Whitening service in Melbourne? Look no further than Richmond Fine Dentistry for a genuine teeth whitening solution. Some teeth whitening products work by removing the stains that build up on the outside of teeth from smoking or drinking tea, coffee or red wine. This is the kind of stain that most teeth whitening toothpastes can remove. However, care needs to be taken in selecting teeth whitening toothpaste to ensure that the ingredients used to remove the stains are not too abrasive. Other teeth whitening products contain peroxide and lighten the colour of the tooth itself. The whitening products available in pharmacies and supermarkets do not pass the stringent Therapeutic Goods Act certification procedure and should be avoided. Find out more.

Dental Implants

The development of dental implants has revolutionised dentistry.  Dental implants are made from medical grade titanium and placed in your jawbone to become a substitute for a missing tooth root and a solid foundation to which a crown, bridge, a full or partial denture may be secured. Find out more.

Orthodontics – Invisalign

At one time, most people believed braces were only for children. However, teeth can be moved at any age as long as the gum and bone is healthy. Therefore, orthodontic treatment can usually be successful at any age. We have selected Invisalign as our preferred method of orthodontics. Find out more

TMJ

The Temporomandibular Joint is the connecting joint of the upper and lower jaws. You can feel it by placing your fingers just below your ears and opening and closing your jaw. The TMJ joint may be causing you headaches, sore jaws, limited movement and can be linked to other related pains in the body. Dr Harper at Richmond Fine Dentistry has a special interest in TMJ and has undertaken further studies to better understand and treat TMJ symptoms. Find out more

Children’s Dentistry

Your child’s first teeth are essential for their future oral health and development. They guide the growth of facial bones and ensure their permanent adult teeth come through in the correct position and alignment. Primary (baby teeth), are a vital element for children sounding out words as they learn to talk and although these teeth will fall out naturally, premature childhood tooth loss will have a significant impact on their oral and general health. Find out more.

Root Canals (Endodontics)

An infected tooth will not always cause pain initially so you may be unaware of a problem. As the infection develops, so does the severity of the pain. The longer you delay your root canal treatments the more severe the pain and extensive the infection can become, this can cause irreversible bone and tissue damage and there may be no alternative other than to extract a tooth that may have been able to be saved. The sooner root canal treatments are performed the easier and more successful the procedure. Find out more.