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GPACentre Dental General Dental
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GPA Centre for Dentistry

 GPA Centre for Dentistry

GPA Centre for Dentistry, our dental technology is ever-changing and constantly evolving. We do our best to stay relevant to the needs of our patients using advanced technology that helps us better diagnose and treat oral conditions and diseases.

 GPA Centre for Dentistry

GPA Centre for Dentistry -Dental Technology


See what your future smile could look like before you start your Invisalign treatment.

  • Waterlase iPlus dental laser treatment

Less pain and faster healing time.

Less usage of anesthetic for most procedures.

Single-visit treatments, eliminating referrals and specialist visits in many cases.

  • Diagnodent, of kavo Germany

Far greater accuracy than the dental probe or x-rays in detection of decays.

  • Galileos, digital volume tomography, of Sirona GmBH

3D dental x-rays, 200 pictures taken in 14 seconds, put together in minutes.


Filling in all corners of a cavity.

  • Tekka implants

Replacing missing teeth, Peace of mind with sound bio-engineering concepts.


Root canal treatment with speed and accuracy, Less visits and more complete.


 GPA Centre for Dentistry and our unique concepts in Paediatric Dentistry


Team GPA understands that children have special needs. So we set out thinking like four-year-olds, to see the world through their eyes, and have created the GPA Kids’ Teeth to treat them the GPA Kids Way.


What GPA Centre for Dentistry provide?


Dental Phobia


Don’t be concerned about being an especially nervous patient. GPA Centre for Dentistry, our dentists are skilled in helping nervous patients relax. We actively hire dental staff who provide compassionate care. Our staff are calm, and very patient. We can use relaxation techniques such as nitrous oxide (laughing gas) or sedation if appropriate and necessary.


Paediatric Dentistry


The branch of dentistry specialising in children’s dentistry is known as Paediatric Dentistry. Our goal from your child’s very first visit is to encourage a life-long positive attitude towards dental care. Every trip to the dentist should be a fun and relaxed experience for every child.




The term “restorative dentistry” is the management of oral health problems and restoring of the mouth to a functional and aesthetic state. Basically the aim is to maintain the integrity of the teeth and gums as much as possible. Procedures include fillings, veneers, crowns, bridges, full and partial dentures and dental implants


Preventive Care


Routine dental cleanings and checkups are an important component of any preventive dental care plan and are one of the most important things you can do to safeguard your long-term oral health. Regular dental checkups enables us to detect dental health problems while they are still in the early stages.

Should You Have Your Wisdom Teeth Removed?


Some dentists may recommend extracting a wisdom tooth, even if it’s not hurting you. But do you really need to undergo surgery to remove it? GPA Dental explains all.


Why Have Them Removed


There is a chance that your wisdom teeth will grow in normally, and it can be cleaned and kept for a lifetime. However, up to 90 percent of people will have impacted wisdom teeth. This is when there isn’t enough space for the tooth to grow in properly. With regular check-ups and X-rays, your dentist will be able to advise if and when you should have your wisdom teeth removed. This is typically between age 17 and 26.


Avoid Major Dental Troubles


Impacted wisdom teeth can cause irritation or infection of the gums and decay. It may also make your front teeth crowded, and can damage or infect neighbouring teeth due to the difficulty in reaching and cleaning this area of the mouth and gums.


When Problems Are Asymptomatic


Many people experience pain, discomfort or other symptoms related to their wisdom teeth. However, problems with your wisdom teeth can occur even if you don’t feel pain. This is why it’s important to visit a dentist for regular cleanings and examinations.


Potentially Swift Recovery Time

 Extraction is a quick procedure, and the recovery time may be relatively quick as well. Be sure to follow your dentist’s care instructions for wisdom tooth recovery. Many dentists believe you can be back to normal within just a few days, as long as you keep your mouth clean, eat the right foods and relax while you heal.

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