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High quality dentistry in Cape Town

Situated at the foot of the beautiful Table Mountain in the vibrant City Bowl of Cape Town, we have combined the warm,homely feel of the Cape Dutch style house from which we operate with the latest, state-of-the-art technology that dentistry has to offer. Here at Patheodent we have a team of dentists, oral hygienists and auxiliary staff with many years of experience and training in all aspects of dentistry. No matter what your dental needs are, you can be assured of excellent quality comprehensive dental treatment in a caring, comfortable and professional environment. We look forward to meeting you!

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Patheodent Latest News 2018

PATHEODENT LATEST NEWS 20182017 was a great year but 2018 has been a fantastic year for Patheodent! Dr Andrew Ellis Dr Andrew Ellis has been very busy as vice president of South African Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry (SAAAD). He has been giving and arranging post-graduate courses and many lectures over the past few months and will be continuing to do so in 2019.Dr van Rooyen has remained a Key Opinion

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Patheodent Happenings

Patheodent Latest News Almost half of 2018 has come and gone already and so much has happened for Patheodent Patheodent has been doing their part as water warriors and have had 3 JOJO tanks installed at the practice to help save during the drought in the Western Cape. The water used in the autoclave will be recycled for flushing the toilets. Cenobia will be welcoming a baby boy into

The difference between Periodontitis and Gingivitis

The difference between Periodontitis and Gingivitis Periodontitis, also generally called gum disease or periodontal disease, begins with bacterial growth in your mouth and may end, if not treated properly, with tooth loss due to destruction of the tissue that surrounds your teeth. What's the Difference Between Gingivitis and Periodontitis? Gingivitis (gum inflammation) usually precedes periodontitis (gum disease). However, it is important to know that not all gingivitis progresses to