Oral Surgery

While oral surgery is something that seems daunting to most, TLC Dental Clinic is a confident and professional provider of an extensive range of dental procedures that are performed successfully, day in and day out. We are proud to say that each and every one of our state-of-the-art oral surgery clinics sets the standard in our industry, leading the way forward in the world of ever-enhancing dental surgery solutions.

TLC has been giving the people of Perth something to smile about for over 30 years. Our legacy has been built on the foundation of a human-centric approach when using high-tech, industry-relevant equipment to implement and deliver a comprehensive range of dental solutions for patients in any age category.

Our preventative approach to dentistry is not always relevant, and each one of our dental surgeons sees dental work as a natural occurrence that sometimes ends up being the only solution. TLC is proud to be a professional provider of many types of oral surgery, performed by a skilled and reputable team of dentists, nurses and hygienists with exceptional care.

Common Examples Dental Surgery

More common examples of dental surgery include implant placement, wisdom teeth removal, and bone grafts.

Whatever the procedure, even if it’s a more comprehensive dental treatment or surgery, the steady hands of our highly trained, knowledgeable dentists will ensure a comfortable procedure every time, taking care of you during every stage of the process, whether before, during or after.

Contact Us

Put your mind at ease by speaking to a dentist at any one of our clinics. If you think that you might require oral surgery and feel the need to speak to a dentist near you, send us a message on our Contact Us page and request a call-back from one of our next available, team members within hours.

We offer a wide range of common dentistry procedures.


Full and partial dentures are removable dental prosthetics used to replace missing teeth.

Full Dentures:

  • Full dentures are used when all natural teeth in the upper or lower jaw are missing.
  • They consist of a flesh-colored acrylic base that fits over the gums and holds the artificial teeth in place.
  • Full dentures can be held in position by suction, adhesive, or dental implants for better stability.
  • They provide functional chewing and restore facial aesthetics, enhancing the appearance of the smile.

Partial Dentures:

  • Partial dentures are used when some natural teeth remain in the upper or lower jaw.
  • They consist of a metal or acrylic framework with artificial teeth attached to fill the gaps.
  • Partial dentures are secured to the remaining teeth with clasps or precision attachments.
  • They improve chewing ability, prevent shifting of remaining teeth, and maintain facial structure.

Implant Retained Dentures:

  • Implant-retained dentures are a type of denture that is securely anchored to dental implants. Dental implants are artificial tooth roots made of titanium that are surgically placed into the jawbone. The dentures are then attached to these implants using special attachments or snap-on mechanisms.
  • It’s essential to consult with one of our friendly dentists at TLC Dental to determine if implant-retained dentures are the right choice for you, as they require adequate bone support and a healthy mouth for successful placement.

Both full, partial and implant dentures are custom-made to fit the individual’s mouth, and with proper care, they can provide a cost-effective and efficient solution for missing teeth, improving overall oral function and aesthetics.


Dental implants are artificial tooth roots made of titanium that are surgically placed into the jawbone to support replacement teeth (crowns). They provide a sturdy and long-lasting foundation for dental restorations and can replace one or multiple missing teeth. After the implant integrates with the bone, a custom-made crown is attached to the implant, creating a natural-looking and fully functional tooth replacement. Dental implants restore the appearance, function, and confidence of a complete smile and are considered a highly successful and permanent solution for tooth loss.


- X-rays

Dental radiographs, also known as dental X-rays, are diagnostic images used by dentists to assess and monitor oral health. These digital images capture the internal structures of the teeth, bones, and surrounding tissues, providing valuable information not visible during a regular dental exam. Dental radiographs help detect dental issues such as cavities, gum disease, impacted teeth, and bone abnormalities. They aid in treatment planning and early detection of problems, leading to more effective and timely dental care. Digital dental X-rays release minimal radiation, similar to watching TV for a few hours, ensuring patient safety during the imaging process.

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