Preventive Dentistry

Regular dental check-ups are an important part of maintaining optimum dental health. We recommend booking an appointment every six months, at which the dentists at Lynch Dental will professionally clean and scale your teeth.

Children’s Dentistry

Good oral hygiene starts early, and it is important that your children’s teeth are looked after too. We recommend bringing your child with you to your check-ups at a young age so they become familiar with our dental staff and the examination room.


Despite your best effort, sometimes you may need a restoration to repair and protect your teeth from further damage. X-rays are recommended every two years so that we can detect decay as early as possible.

Root Canal Therapy

Root canal therapy is an effective way to save a tooth that has been severely damaged due to decay, disease or injury. Without root canal treatment, a badly diseased tooth will have to be extracted to prevent ongoing infection and pain.

Crown and Bridge

Crowns are caps that are fitted over the entire tooth to protect from further damage. A tooth may need a crown for various reasons, including chipped and cracked teeth, post-root canal, heavily filled (thus weakened) teeth, and for aesthetics.


Dental implants are one of the newest techniques to be used in dentistry and have revolutionised the way missing teeth are treated. Implants permanently fix replica teeth to a person’s jawbone so they offer reliability, strength and comfort.


Veneers are a fantastic way to improve a smile, especially if your teeth are chipped, too short, malformed, very discoloured, or cannot be whitened. A Veneer is a thin layer of porcelain which is placed over the front and edge of the teeth covering up any imperfections.


Dentures (also known as false teeth) replace teeth that have had to be removed. They allow you to speak and eat normally, and provide support to your facial muscles that would otherwise sag, ageing you prematurely.


When playing sport, it’s important to protect your smile with a mouthguard that is custom-fitted by a dentist. Sport is the most common cause of dental injuries and can often result in a painful experience and potentially complex reconstructive dental work later on.


A dental splint can be highly beneficial for a number of dental conditions including clenching or grinding your teeth, loose teeth, and snoring and sleep apnoea. The splint stabilises teeth so they are less likely to move and/ or protects the teeth by absorbing the pressure from grinding and clenching.

Teeth Whitening

Despite your best cleaning efforts, most people’s teeth discolour over time with the effects of various food, drink, and smoking. These ingrained stains can be removed with the help of a professional whitening solution administered by your dentist.