Dentist Penrith

We understand how important your teeth are to your health, your appearance and your self-confidence. With years of experience in Root Canal Treatment, Microscope Dentistry and Dental Implants, be sure to get the best possible treatment at a professional friendly environment.


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Why Penrith Dental Clinic

We know how little you look forward to visiting the dentist. That is why we at Penrith Dental Clinic are here to change your views by providing you with the highest quality of dental care in an atmosphere that is friendly, supportive and relaxed.

We are here to listen to your dental concerns or aspirations and to provide you with detailed explanations and solutions designed to meet your specific needs. We take time to ensure we build strong working relationships, as you are our most important asset.

These factors, combined with our commitment to quality, mean that you receive the best possible dental care and enjoy your experience with us.


How do I prevent cavities in my mouth?

Our dentist in Penrith positions high priority on cavity prevention. They recommend routine check-ups once in every six months. They suggest that any cavity problem that is detected early can be prevented from major dental issues at an early stage.  Our dental clinic in Penrith offers the best tools that can prevent and detect early cavities. We also suggest fluoride treatments in children & adults who are vulnerable to tooth decay. Our team customises the preventive treatment plans to match the needs of the patients.

How do I eliminate the risks associated with teeth whitening?

The common two side effects that occur most often are tooth sensitivity and mild irritation on gums. Our dentist in Penrith recommends the following to avoid risks –

  • Wear the tray only for short sessions – 30 minutes to 60 minutes session
  • Remineralise your teeth with fluoride containing products. Apply the fluoride in the tray – wear for 5 minutes before and after the whitening agent.
  • Use toothpaste that is specifically meant for sensitive teeth. This type of toothpaste should have a good content of potassium nitrate to soothe the nerve endings.

HoI got my tooth knocked out when I fell down. Can you help me?

We understand how distressing the situation would be. Our emergency dentist in Penrith is available 24/7 to deal with any of your dental emergency.  We only request you to follow these guidelines before you reach us –

Don’t touch the root of the tooth with your fingers. There are tissues in the root, which can help in the replacing the tooth, but if you touch it with your fingers, the root of the tooth tends to get damaged.

Place the tooth in warm water until your reach our dental clinic in Penrith.

We offer you with a prompt treatment with our professional team to help you get through your emergency times.

Will thumb sucking and pacifier habits harm my child's teeth?

Yes, thumb sucking and pacifiers will become a problem if they prolong for a long period of time. Most kids stop these habits by themselves by the age of three or four. But, if they suck the thumbs or fingers beyond the age of four, the paediatric dentist in Penrith will recommend a mouth appliance, which will help the tot to overcome the habit of sucking.

Are the dental implants strong as natural teeth?

Yes, Implants are stronger than the natural teeth and offer the same functionality. The dentist in Penrith says that, after a dental implants treatment, the patients can enjoy their favourite foods, and at the same time benefit from a healthy and appealing prosthetic replacement teeth.

How do I know if I am a candidate for dental implants?

Any person, who is healthy enough to endure a tooth extraction, is an ideal candidate for dental implants. However, there are certain conditions which might not qualify one for the implant treatment, they are – patients with chronic diseases, heavy smokers and alcohol addicts. Your dentist Penrith will carry out a complete physical exam and evaluate your medical history and then determine whether or not the implant treatment is right for you.