FAQs

View MoreHow often should I visit the dentist?

It is recommend that you visit your dentist every six months for a comprehensive dental assessment and check-up. During this six month appointment, we will endeavour to ensure that any problems are detected as early as possible. This will also mean that any treatment needed can be performed and implemented in a fast and effective manner.


View MoreWhat should be expected during a dental assessment?

During your regular dental assessment, one of our dentists will clean your teeth and surrounding gums, whilst removing any plaque that has formed on your teeth and gums, wish has been missed during your regular brushing and maintenance.


View MoreWhy should I keep my regular dental assessments?

The reason for regular dental assessments is to help maintain a high level of dental hygiene . Dental hygiene appointments are also starting points for detecting more serious dental problems and also developing treatment plans to correct these.

Catching problems earlier can save you a lot of money in the long run. For example, If the gum and/or jaw bone becomes damaged after long term periodontal disease, or perhaps you require a filling at an earlier point in time, which could prevent the need for root canal therapy in the future.


View MoreHow can I improve my oral health?

We would recommend that you brush your teeth for two minutes, twice daily, which will lead to a maintained level of healthy gums and teeth. We would also recommend to all patients to book in for a dental assessment at six (6) month intervals. 

Others things that can help to maximise the health of your teeth is to consume a balanced diet and restrict the amount of sugary foods and drinks


View MoreWhat is the link between jaw pain and headaches?

Many medical authorities believe that 90% of headaches are as a result of jaw pain in the temporomandibular joint. This usually occurs due to nightime clenching or teeth grinding. These headaches often occur around the temples, front or back of the head as well as behind the eyes.


View MoreWhat is Zoom! Teeth Whitening?

Zoom! teeth whitening is the number 1 most requested teeth whitening system by dental patients throughout Australia. We offer both in-chair and take home whitening solutions. The main difference is the concentration of the solution and the application procedure, as well as the time taken to achieve your desired results. 


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Opening Hours

Monday: 9:00am until late
Tuesday: 9:00am until 5:00pm
Wednesday: 9:00am until late
Thursday: 9:00am until late
Friday: 9:00 am until 4:30pm
Saturday: By appointment
Same day emergencies by appointment


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61 Argyle Street
Camden NSW 2570

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Suite 15, 1 Elyard Street
Narellan NSW 2567


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