Our Services

Experience the best possible dental care here at Fendalton Dental. We bring you more than 35 years of combined clinical experience in dental practice and use the latest and best dentist technology available.  We aspire to provide this in an ambience of comfort and care. State-of-the-art sedation services are available.

We offer interest free payment plans with Q Card and Oxipay. Southern Cross Health Society members are welcome.

Call us on (03) 351-1188 or come and see our friendly staff at 99A Glandovey Rd, Fendalton, Christchurch.

Experience Empathy, Experience Comfort and Experience Expertise

Current Specials:

We are excited to offer the following specials*:

- New client $49 exam and 2 X-Rays.
- Refer a friend and get $20 off on your next dental treatment.
- Laser teeth whitening, normally $650 now $499.
- Custom made "take home" bleaching trays, normally $350 now $250, with a laser teeth whitening session.

* Terms and conditions apply


Call: (03) 351-1188


We offer multiple dental services and full spectrum family dentistry with a main focus on Oral Surgical services and IV sedation. We treat patients, locals, Immigrants, work visa holders and of course, tourists from all corners of the world who have made beautiful New Zealand their home or travelling through. We are all about personalised care and attention in a relaxed professional environment. Our 3D digital technology distinguishes us from the rest in Christchurch but we like to believe that our core focus of providing a positive dental experience is what makes us truly different.

White Fillings

Cosmetic Fillings

It is our practice policy to not offer amalgam restorations. We are not anti- amalgam but we believe that there are many alternatives to amalgam, especially when several patients have their doubts about the material and dislike its aesthetics in an increasingly appearance conscious world. Gold is not needed, but we also use Gold very often. Ultimately we provide you with all your options and allow you to make an informed decision.

Root Canal Treatment

Root canal treatment is almost always the result of a deferred filling or a neglected cavity. Occasionally, unanticipated cavities can progress very quickly between dental examinations to result in a root canal treatment. It is often the only solution that will work to save a tooth. We use rotary root canal instruments, apex locators, digital radiographs to help us in performing high quality root canal treatment.



We provide full spectrum denture services including flexible dentures, cast metal dentures, conventional acrylic full dentures and injection moulded BPS dentures. We work with many New Zealand based and trained dental technician who has invested in state of the art denture fabrication technology. So whether it is some teeth that you are looking to replace or a whole arch of missing teeth or a full mouth with no teeth at all, we have a solution for you. We also provide implant assisted dentures that vastly enhance quality of life.

Crowns & Bridges

We fabricate crowns to restore badly broken down or worn down teeth OR bridges to replace missing teeth, with a variety of materials. Using Porcelain, Gold, Zirconia or Gold covered with porcelain we create life like restorations with our New Zealand based technician. All materials are sourced only in New Zealand from authorised distributors and our technician certifies materials used. We do not work with any overseas technicians or dental laboratories in order to source reliable high quality results for our patients.

Oral Surgical Services

Dr Keith Chiang has been providing a referral-based oral surgery services for the dentists in the Canterbury as well as beyond regions since registering as a Dentist since 2006. His vast experience in this field means he can treat a wide range of Oral problems with the most common ones being removal of wisdom teeth or broken roots.
Wisdom teeth impactions are very common and often involve the erupting wisdom tooth getting stuck against the molar in front of it. Abscesses or severe inflammation are frequently observed as well. Dr Keith Chiang is an overseas trained Oral Surgeon with over 22 years in clinical practice and teaching. He is registered in New Zealand as a General Dental practitioner with a prime focus and a very special interest in Oral Surgery and Intravenous sedation. Our surgical services are often offered in conjunction with IV sedation.

Dental Implants

There are many consequences to a tooth loss, the most obvious are the loss of a confident smile and normal chewing function. Another consequence is that a continued state of bone loss called “Resorption”, which occurs in the jaw bone for the rest of your life. This can lead to difficult problems for denture retention, and bone support when implants are considered at a later date.

In addition, the opposing teeth may continue to erupt into the space left by the missing teeth, thereby encroaching into the anatomical space. This is called “Over Eruption” and can be difficult to correct once it has been established. The replacement of the missing tooth can be achieved by economical and removable appliances such as a Removable Partial Denture (Plate) or by Fixed Bridgework supported by the adjacent teeth or with Dental Implants. Many people have chosen to have a plate due to financial restraints and most of them have trouble maintaining the plate. Also to bear in mind that wearing a Removable plate or a denture means that you still won’t be able to bite or chew on hard foods as the denture has a “Give” as it mainly depends upon the gums as support.

Fixed Bridge had proven to be an alternative until recent research has shown that the average life span of Bridge work is about 10-12 years and there is usually an unnecessary sacrifice of sound teeth on either side of the “gap”. If there is sufficient bone volume and height remaining to support an artificial tooth, then dental implants are usually the Fixed Permanent choice for good success in the long term.

Dental Titanium Implant to replace the missing tooth.

The missing tooth can be restored by the use of a Titanium implant and the resultant crowns will appear similar to a natural tooth. This would fulfil the aesthetics and functional requirements to stabilize the situation.

The first stage is the Surgical stage wherein the Implant fixture (Titanium Implants) will be surgically placed by means of a highly detailed surgery and we may choose to leave it buried undisturbed as it will need 2-3 months to Osseo-integrate (Fuse) with your natural bone.
The Second Stage will be done after 2-3 months when the implants will be uncovered and a Healing Cap (Abutment) will be connected. After 2 weeks, the Third stage will be done where Implant Crown measurements (impressions) will be taken for your future implant crown. The final stage will be after 3-5 weeks where the Porcelain Implant Crown will be attached to your implant. The advantages of these options are ease of maintenance and the final outcome is that the patient has a permanent fixed tooth that functions almost as natural teeth to restore confidence as well as a fully functional bite.

Hygienist Services

Hygienist Services

Our very skilled and experienced Oral Health Therapist/Hygienist is keen to educate you on the best way to keep your mouth, teeth and gums healthy. Our dental hygiene services cover all aspects of dental hygiene that includes use of toothbrushes, dental floss and inter-dental brushes. Further, our hygienist will evaluate your gums to look for any signs of periodontal disease and record any changes in the soft tissues of your mouth. Once this is done, any plaque and tartar will be carefully removed, followed by scaling and polishing your teeth. We recommend that you visit your dental hygienist on a regular basis.

She works closely with our dentists to provide you with optimum oral hygiene plans. All hygiene services are pain-free and affordable. If you have any sensitive area in your mouth, do discuss this with our dental hygienist so that you are comfortable throughout your appointment.

3 Reasons You Should Have Your Teeth Cleaned Now

Prevent &
Detect Oral Diseases

We can help find early signs of problems with your gums or teeth. Early detection is key for cavities, gum disease, broken fillings when they are easily treatable. Untreated these problems can be very expensive and inconvienient resulting in gum surgery, root canals, and removal of teeth.

Bad Breath

Medical studies indicate that 85% of people with ongoing bad breath, (halitosis) are caused by dental problems. Having a Good oral hygiene regiment is essential in preventing bad breath. Regular 4-6 Month check ups and dental cleanings are the best way to make sure you are keeping good oral hygiene.

Brighten and
Whiten Your Smile

During your cleaning your dental hygienist will polish your teeth to a beautiful pearly shine. This will help remove most coffee, tobacco and tea stains from your teeth. Enjoy more confidence with a brighter and whiter smile!

Digital Technology

We pride ourselves by having the latest in diagnostic imaging and digital technology in Christchurch. Digital X-rays and Full Mouth Panoramic radiographs have been a part of our practice since 2012. These deliver low dose radiation and help us interpret and diagnose problems that our naked eyes can’t see.

Teeth Whitening

We are very excited to have added a state of the art Biolase Laser which instantly whitens teeth! This amazing technology will leave your teeth up to 6 shades whiter in just one appointment.

Normally $650, we are offering an extended special for $499. Be quick as we have limited vouchers available for this amazing price and promotion may end when sold out!

We are also offering $100 off our custom made "take home" bleaching trays, when combined with a laser teeth whitening session. Excellent for maintaining that dazzling smile.

We also offer in-chair teeth whitening using high-strength Carbamide peroxide and an LED light.

Teeth cleaning and whitening with our Hygienist Services

How does In-Chair Whitening Work?

Most dental practices offer an in-chair whitening service, and although it’s a lot cheaper than it used to be, it’s still the most expensive option, at around $400-$600. High-strength Carbamide peroxide is painted onto the front of the teeth, then activated with an LED light in order to speed up the lightening process. The soft tissues such as gums and lips are safe-guarded from this gel by soft tissue retractors or barriers.

In-chair whitening is also offered by our Hygienist, Amy with the help our latest State of the Art Biolase Laser. The gel is reapplied twice during the treatment to maximise its effectiveness. You can generally expect to go up to 6 shades lighter, although results vary from person to person. A one-hour session usually priced at $650, but is now on special and will cost around $499. (Please see video of how its done.)

Our experienced Hygienist recommends in-chair whitening as a great solution for those looking for results right away, although it’s a good idea to get the treatment a while before a big event to allow for a second session, if required.

Thinking about your next visit to the dentist? Contact Fendalton Dental today to book your next appointment. Experience expert dental care!

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