Welcome to
Matamata Dental Centre

Matamata Dental Centre offers you a friendly approach to dentistry. We provide dental care ranging from simple treatments like 6 monthly regular dental exams to more complex cases like cerec dentistry, root canal treatments, dentures and implants.

If you are looking for an affordable and quality dental health services from experienced dentists with modern and fully-featured private dental practice in the Waikato area, Matamata Dental Centre provides you with the best dental care services.

If you are looking for experienced dentists for best dental care in Te Aroha, Morrinsville, Tirau, Putaruru, or Cambridge; we are conveniently located in Matamata, and are easily accessible.

Top Dental Tips

to keep your teeth clean and healthy

  • Brush your teeth twice a day
  • Brush at least 2 minutes
  • Don't brush too hard
  • Brush your tongue and the roof of your mouth
  • Use dental floss daily
  • Replace your toothbrush every 3 months
  • Limit sugary foods
  • Avoid brushing at least 30 mins after acidic foods
  • Visit the dentist regularly
  • Use enough but not too much toothpaste

Testimonials

What our patients say

Ebony Curtin

Great quality, friendly and professional dental care and advice. Will definitely be back, thank you so much 🙂

Vera Lloyd Farmilo

Krishna and Shanthy make dental work a nice experience. Procedure well explained and Krishna gives the best injections I've ever had.

Katie Hipperson

So super gentle, friendly and caring!! Love going to Krishna and Shanti.

Ebony Curtin

Great quality, friendly and professional dental care and advice. Will definitely be back, thank you so much 🙂

Vera Lloyd Farmilo

Krishna and Shanthy make dental work a nice experience. Procedure well explained and Krishna gives the best injections I've ever had.

Do use the right toothbrush

That means a soft-bristled multi-tufted toothbrush, with a head that’s small enough to get comfortably all around your mouth, and a handle that’s easy to grip.
And don’t forget to change your brush when the bristles start to get too soft or worn — about every three months, on average. Remember your dentures need brushing too.

Do floss at least once a day

It’s been said many times, many ways... and it’s still true. Flossing is the best way to remove plaque in places where your brush just can’t reach: in between the teeth.
If you need a refresher in flossing techniques, just ask your dentist — but don’t neglect this important part of your oral hygiene routine.

Do drink enough water

Keeping your mouth moist is really important. Mouth dryness increases biofilm (plaque) accumulation and your risk for both tooth decay and periodontal (gum) disease.
Mouth dryness is caused by smoking, alcohol, caffeine and especially some over-the-counter and prescription drugs.