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Tuesday March 28 2017
Fendalton Dental Surgery, looking after your dental needs Fendalton Dental Surgery, on the Idris & Glandovey Roads corner has been looking after the dental needs of their local community as well as the wider Christchurch area since 2011. It is operated by Dr Keith Chiang and his highly experienced team who can perform a variety of complex procedures ranging from General & Cosmetic Family Dentistry including Dentures upto more complex work like Wisdom teeth surgery, Implants and Crowns. Dentists Keith Chiang and Zohnia McNeill and Dental Hygienist Amy Lee offer a complete range of dental and oral care services, all in a very calm and relaxed environment. “We listen carefully to what our patients tell us so we can address each of
Dr. Zohnia McNeill is now working Wednesdays and Thursdays. • General Dentistry • Emergency Appointments • Cosmetic Fillings • Dental Implants • Crowns • Partial/Full Dentures • Root Canals • Veneers • New Patients Welcome
their dental problems and help them achieve good oral health,” says Keith. A major component of Keith’s work is under IV sedation, which is available for people that are very nervous about visiting the dentist. He has performed more than 2000 Intravenous sedation procedures and the clinic is equipped with the latest advanced equipment for sedation monitoring. He has a special interest in Oral Surgery, Implants and Intra venous sedation. For people with damaged or missing teeth, Zohnia will discuss with them the options of having crowns, permanent implants or dentures fitted, all of which have the added advantage of helping clients regain their functional bite as well as improve their smile and overall confidence. She has a special interest in Cosmetic dentistry, Root Canals and Geriatric dentistry. Her calm approach and special individual attention to detail has helped deal with most common dental issues in her patients. Hygienist Amy specialises in the overall maintenance of healthy teeth and gums. She educates her clients on how to look after their oral health, which if not taken care of can have detrimental effects on their overall health. The gum
Dr Keith Chiang, Dentist
Dr Zohnia McNeil, Dentist
disease, Gingivitis is one of the main reasons why people lose their teeth, the dentists point out, while research also indicates that gum disease in pregnant women can mean a higher chance of premature birth and low birth weight. Dry mouth or reduced salivary flow, which is caused by certain medications that people take can also lead to gum problems and tooth decay. By visiting the hygienist regularly, gum problems can be prevented, and consequently tooth decay as well as more serious health issues can be avoided. Fendalton Dental Surgery will soon add to its suite of advanced dental equipment with
Amy Lee, Dental Hygienist
a state-ofthe-art 3D CT scanner, which will be used to scan jaws, enabling the dentists to give a better diagnosis of clients’ dental problems. Keith, Zohnia and Amy invite new patients to visit their clinic and experience Expert Care and of being one of their valued patients, and without having to pay high fees. Easily accessible, highly visible and with plenty of on-site parking, Fendalton Dental Surgery, on the corner of Glandovey and Idris road, is open Monday to Friday 8.30am-5pm. Phone 351 1188 for an appointment, or simply call in.
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