Penrith Dental Clinic - PENRITH, NSW 2750

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Address:
4A/61-79 Henry St , Penrith , NEW SOUTH WALES 2750

Phone:
(02) 4721 7771

Email:
info@penrithdentalclinic.com.au

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Penrith Station - 526 metres north west

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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.For more visit.https://www.penrithdentalclinic.com.au

We provide the Best experience that a dentist could offer you.

Penrith Dental Clinic, Dr Frank Meshkani, Penrith, Penrith dentist, Australia, smile design, crown, emergency treatment, bleaching, dental care, Invisalign, Restorative Dentistry, Root Canal Information, Crowns, Bad Breath Solutions, Orthodontics, Fissure Sealing, Bonding, Inlays/Onlays, Grinding Appliances, Sports Mouthguards, Initial Consultation.

Penrith Dental Clinic is located in the Penrith area of NSW. There are at least 20 other listings in the 2750 postcode area.

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⏰ It’s that time again ! The end of year and your health fund dental benefits! Don’t miss you! Call us today to schedule an appointment on (02) 4721 7771.
5/31/2019 1:37:16 AM

Bleeding gums can be a symptom of gingivitis, a mild form of gum disease, or more serious gum disease known as periodontitis. Gum disease is caused by bacteria which grow on teeth. Together with various food waste products the bacteria form plaque, a sticky film that collects on teeth, especially around the gums. Your gums attach to the teeth lower than the edge of the the visible gum line, leaving a small space where food debris can remain. Gingivitis - Gingivitis is a mild form of gum disease which occurs when the plaque irritates the gums, causing a superficial gum infection. The symptoms of gingivitis are swelling, redness and irritation of the gums. Your gums may be red and puffy instead of pink and firm, and you may have bad breath. They may be tender and may be receding. There isn't any pain at this stage, but your gums may bleed when you brush or floss your teeth. Periodontitis - Periodontitis happens when gingivitis progresses to a more serious infection in which chronic inflammation causes a separation of gums from teeth, leaving pockets which fill with bacteria, plaque and tartar (hardened plaque). If left, these deepen and lead to a loss of tissue and bone. Teeth become loose, move around and may fall out. The early stages of these problems are usually quite painless, with bleeding the only clue. Prevention - Gum disease is common and can be prevented only by cleaning the teeth very carefully at least twice a day. In addition, you should floss your teeth daily and schedule regular appointments with your dentist so that gingivitis can be identified early and reversed. Plaque forms on a daily basis, which is why it must be removed daily by brushing and flossing. If it is not removed, it hardens under the gumline and forms tartar or calculus, which is a hard yellowish brown deposit that only a dentist can remove. Can gum disease be treated? Mild gum disease may be reversed by maintaining good oral hygiene - brushing twice a day and flossing once a day. But, once the infection is established it may be necessary to have teeth cleaned by a dentist or periodontist who will use special instruments to remove the plaque, which, when it hardens, is also referred to as calculus, scale or tartar. Unfortunately, simple brushing with toothpaste or flossing will not remove these hard deposits. If you are experiencing the above symptoms book an appointment with us today on (02) 4721 7771.
5/16/2019 1:36:30 AM

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Happiest birthday to one of our favourite, main dentists at PDC Dr Soltani❤️ Wishing you a lifetime filled with happiness and success! Much love the PDC team ✨
4/18/2019 4:27:25 AM

Does this sound 🔊 familiar? If you are loosing sleep 😴 due to your partner snoring, Dr Sina Soltani may have an answer. Snoring affects 2 out of 10 Australians. Sleep Apnea Symptoms👇🏻 ❌Snoring during sleep\ difficulty concentrating ❌Excessive daytime sleepiness ❌Morning headache ❌Restless sleep ❌Sore throat ❌Waking up from choking or gasping ❌Night chest pain ❌High blood pressure ❌Loud snoring that disturbs your partner’s sleep How is Snoring Treated? One of the efficient ways of treating the loud snoring caused by obstructive sleep apnea is the use of an oral appliance. This plastic oral device helps to keep your breathing passages open as you sleep. The Benefits of an Oral Appliance👇🏻 This is an excellent way of treating mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea to help improve your daytime alertness, emotional stability, and concentration. Oral appliances are highly recommended for people whose obstructive sleep apnea is as a result of a narrow airway or a tongue that falls back into the airway at night, obstructing their breathing. This device efficiently repositions your jaws and stabilises your tongue, thereby enlarging the airway and preventing tongue obstruction to promote proper airflow during sleep. Book in your consultation today! Call us on (02) 4721 7771.
4/13/2019 12:33:23 AM

Smile Now Pay Later ! It’s time to get that smile you’ve always wanted! Penrith Dental Clinic offer - My Smile Plan ✨ Interest Free dental payment plans for all general dental, cosmetic and orthodontics making dentistry more accessible to all. MySmilePlan means you can have the dental treatment you need, when you need it with no interest - EVER. MySmilePlan breaks the cost of your treatment into easy, fortnightly credit card payments over 3, 9 or 15 months depending on your dental treatment plan value. To find out more call us on (02) 4721 7771.
4/8/2019 8:32:58 PM

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4/2/2019 7:35:36 AM

At Penrith Dental Clinic, we understand how important your teeth are to your health, your appearance and your self-confidence. We offer range of services that includes preventive dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and emergency dental. 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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The dentists at Penrith Dental Clinic are passionate about children’s dental care. All our dentists are experienced and capable in providing comprehensive care for our younger patients. It is our strong belief that habits developed in childhood establish a pattern for the rest of a person’s life. Our goal at Penrith Dental Clinic is to give your child a positive experience so visiting the Dentist is a familiar, safe and friendly environment. We believe that dental care at an early age is important for of a number of reasons including that these visits provide an opportunity to address early preventative issues that are vital to healthy teeth and a pleasing smile. To find out more about the Child Dental Benefits scheme and eligibility call us on (02) 4721 7771 and speak to our lovely staff !
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 Opening Hours »

Monday:
9:30 am to 6:30 pm
Tuesday:
9:30 am to 6:30 pm
Wednesday:
9:30 am to 6:30 pm
Thursday:
9:30 am to 6:30 pm
Friday:
9:30 am to 6:30 pm
Saturday:
1:00 to 4:00 pm
Sunday:
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