Dentist

At White Dental Clinic, we pride ourselves on providing high-quality dentistry and oral health care for each and every member of the family. Your smile is our top priority and that’s why our professional team is here to give you the personalised, gentle treatment you deserve. Across both of our Chatswood and Gordon clinics in Sydney, we provide a range of dental services.

Dental issues, and having to make an appointment for them, is not fun to deal with. But, the good news is that with a good dental health routine and regular dental visits, it’s easy to avoid most dental issues. That’s why we encourage brushing your teeth twice a day, flossing them regularly, and eating a healthy diet. On top of that, we of course recommend you visit your dentist twice a year. By doing so, you will get your teeth and oral health checked and cleaned regularly to prevent future problems.

Our dental procedures include:

  • General check-up and clean
  • Orthodontic treatments and braces
  • Invisalign
  • Tooth implants
  • Dentures
  • Tooth extraction & fillings
  • Root canal
  • Gum disease
  • Emergency dental care
  • Cosmetic injectables
  • Teeth whitening
  • Veneers

Preventative dentistry is paramount to avoiding dental problems later in life. That’s why we recommend children to start visiting us from the age of two, so we can get them set up for life and provide an enjoyable experience from the start. Our friendly dentists know that there can be nervousness or fears with going to the dentist, so we do everything we can to ensure a comfortable environment – just like we do for their parents. 

We’re excited to welcome your child at one of our Sydney dental clinics and are confident that our friendly dentists can make it a positive experience for all. Making an appointment is easy using our contact page so please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions.

When decay has taken hold of a tooth, the damage will continue and may spread to other teeth. At White Dental Clinic, we recommend having a damaged tooth filled with dental filling substances in order to prevent further damages. In the procedure, the damage caused by tooth decay is restored by a filling device and will prevent bacteria from entering the tooth. Most commonly, your molar and wisdom teeth are the teeth that will need fillings. Fillings of any front teeth are rare, but can be possible if you have cavities in your front teeth. 

Fillings can be made of a number of different materials to repair any tooth in the mouth. Your choice may be dependent on look, durability or cost but we will help you understand each variation and assist you in making the best decision for your needs. Different fillings are:

  • Composite Fillings
  • Amalgam Fillings
  • Gold Fillings
  • Porcelain Fillings

Tooth extraction may occur when a tooth is badly damaged and the best solution is to remove it. The tooth is removed from its socket in the bone and though this procedure may sound daunting, in reality it is a fairly standard procedure. If you are facing a tooth extraction procedure, we at White Dental Clinic always ensure maximum comfort is provided across all of our dental services. Having a tooth extraction can help solve or prevent future discomfort in your mouth.

Your tooth could be damaged and eligible for extraction if you have the below:

  • Severe gum disease
  • A deep infection of a tooth
  • A broken tooth

Our dentists in Sydney are happy to explore all the solutions for your dental problems with the skills and many years of experience they have in the dental industry. We use the latest available technology and resources to increase precision, protection and comfort during extraction treatments.

Root canal treatment can be the perfect solution to saving a badly infected or damaged tooth. If you ask us, we always recommend trying to save your own tooth whenever possible and root canal treatment is often the best way to do so. When damage reaches the dental pulp of your tooth, bacteria can start to multiply inside and lead to infection. 

Symptoms of an infected root canal can go unnoticed until the problem has become more advanced. This is why it’s so important to have regular checkups with your dentist to identify and treat problems early. Look out for the following symptoms:

  • Persistent pain in teeth or mouth
  • A chipped or cracked tooth
  • Sensitivity to heat or cold
  • Gum area is swollen
  • Darkened tooth
  • Prolonged sensitivity
  • Deep decay