Our clinic is home to experienced dentists who can help you achieve a brighter, more confident smile. Our cosmetic treatments include teeth whitening, veneers, and more to help you get the smile of your dreams.
Whether you need fillings, crowns, or bridges, Admire Dental Butler has you covered. Our dental team can provide restorative options to help restore your teeth and maintain optimal oral health.
We have the experience and technology to provide you with dental implants as long-lasting replacements for missing teeth. We use only high-quality materials and techniques to complete your smile.
We understand that dental emergencies can happen anytime, and we’re here to help. The emergency dentists here can provide same-day care for your toothache, broken teeth, or other urgent needs.
A straight smile shouldn’t be out of reach. Our orthodontic services can help you achieve your dream smile. We offer a range of treatments, including traditional metal braces and clear aligners.
It can be difficult to feel relaxed while sitting in the dentist’s chair. At Admire Dental Butler, we provide sedation dentistry services to help patients feel calm during their dental treatments.
At Admire Dental Butler, quality dental care should be affordable and accessible. Our comprehensive services include a range of affordable options to fit your budget, such as take-home teeth whitening for only $99 and in-chair teeth whitening for just $670.
Our experienced dental team provides personalised care to help you achieve and maintain a beautiful, healthy smile. In addition to our affordable pricing, we offer free consultations for dental implants, Invisalign, veneers, and smile makeovers.
Our highly-skilled team is here to offer you a wide range of dental treatments. Each is customised for your unique needs and delivered with quality care that delivers results.
With a Bachelor of Science in Dental Surgery under his belt since 2005, Dr. Karthik Lakkaraju has been helping patients achieve beautiful smiles and improved quality of life for many years.
With her extensive overseas qualifications, passionate commitment to dental care, and impressive teaching experience, Dr. Sarahi is a true professional in providing comfort and satisfaction for all patients.
With a Bachelor of Science in Dental Surgery completed in 2012, Dr. Rakend is an experienced dentist who has practised in countries like India and the Kingdom of Bahrain. He is versed in all aspects of general dentistry, from routine fillings to comprehensive restorative treatments.
While visiting the dentist every six months is recommended for optimum oral health, it largely depends on individual needs and lifestyle habits. Your dentist can assess your situation and guide the frequency of visits, which may change over time.
Regular check-ups and cleans help prevent small issues from becoming more significant problems. It can help detect early signs of oral diseases such as cavities, gum disease, decay, or mouth cancer. However, if you’re concerned about any pain or discomfort in your mouth, don’t wait for your next check-up. See your dentist straight away so that they can evaluate the issue and recommend appropriate treatment.
Taking care of your oral health is essential for your overall well-being, so chat with your dentist about what would be suitable for you.
Feeling nervous or scared about going to the dentist can be completely normal, especially if it is your first time. If you are experiencing this, you must find ways to reduce your anxiety and make the experience easier for yourself.
Taking deep breaths, distracting yourself with positive music or visualisations, and talking to a friend or family member before and after your appointment are good ways to manage that fear. Additionally, letting your dentist know that you are feeling scared or anxious can go a long way in creating an accepting environment while they provide care.
When you don’t visit your dentist regularly, the most common concern is the risk of cavities taking hold. Without the protection of a regular scale and clean, plaque builds up on teeth, leading to tooth decay. It can eventually lead to greater oral health issues such as infection or even the need for root canals or extractions to restore your mouth’s health.
Additionally, periodontal disease or gum disease can form when plaque accumulates in difficult-to-reach areas like between teeth and the gumline. It may not be easy to reverse this without professional help.
Regular visits will help diagnose potential problems before they reach a critical stage and will allow you to check if you have good oral hygiene habits. Therefore, it is essential to visit your dentist at least twice a year, if not more often, based on individual needs.
Determining whether your health fund covers a certain dental procedure can be confusing and lengthy. To figure out what is covered in your plan, please contact your respective health fund provider directly or get in touch with our team.
Most health fund providers will have detailed information on their websites outlining the procedures they cover, so that is a great place to start. If you need further clarification or details about your cover, contacting your provider via phone or email is a great next step.
Depending on the complexity of the procedure and other factors, more and more health funds are also offering customers pre-determinations before services are rendered as an extra convenience.