Keilor Downs Dentist Preventive Dentistry Root Canal Therapy Services Launched

AMM Dental updated its range of dental care services for patients in Keilor Downs, Victoria. The expert team provide a wide range of professional dentistry care services and strive to make any enquiry as comfortable and stress-free as possible.

Saint Albans, Australia - February 11, 2019 /PressCable/ —

AMM Dental, a professional dental clinic based in Saint Albans, Victoria, launched an updated range of dental care services for client in Keilor Downs, Deer Park, Taylors Lakes, Delahey, South Morang, Bundoora, Kings Park and Sunshine. The clinic is dedicated to providing the best possible dental health care services for patients and their family, whether they need a root canal, crown, orthodontics, dentures, implants, wisdom tooth removal, and other dental services.

More information can be found at http://www.ammdental.com.au.

At AMM Dental, the expert team is able to deliver a vast selection of treatments, ranging from a simple cleaning and diagnostic test to complex implant restorations, fillings and crowns. Along with providing excellent customer service and dental care, they keep all of their patients informed about the best practices for keeping their teeth healthy.

The clinic’s main goal is to help patients maintain a healthy and beautiful mouth through professional detection and treatment. By detecting and treating disease in its earliest stages, dentists can help patients avoid the chronic bacterial infections that can lead to tooth loss and other serious health complications. Prevention can also help avoid premature aging usually caused by bone and tooth loss and subsequent collapse of the jaws, cheeks and skin.

The expert team focus on all aspects of preventive oral care using the latest technology to create a personalized treatment plan for each individual patient. The plan of action will be thoroughly explained to patients to ensure that a clear understanding is reached before any dental work is started.

The team of dentists and dental assistants value and strive to offer affordable and comprehensive dental care in a compassionate, professional and state-of-the-art environment. The recent announcement is part of the clinic’s commitment to providing a world-class experience for their patients.

A spokesperson for the clinic said: “Our clinics are run by highly qualified and experienced dental practitioners, who are all members of the Australian Dental Association. We also invest in latest technologies in the field so that we have all high-end equipment to offer the most efficient and reliable services. At AMM Dental Clinic, we work in a very friendly environment and our team stays at your disposal for all your questions regarding your oral health.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website or calling +61-3-9366-3152.

Contact Info:
Name: Mugunthan Kulanthaivelu
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Organization: AMM Dental
Address: 97 Main Road East, Saint Albans, Victoria 3021, Australia
Phone: +61-3-9366-3152
Website: http://www.ammdental.com.au

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 478831

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