Dentures – We have a permanent solution for you

Dentures - we have a permanent solution for you

Dentures loosen over time for a number of reasons such as a shrinking jaw related to old age, everyday wear and tear or even thorough cleaning. If your dentures have loosened, we have a permanent solution for you!

Dentures - we have a permanent solution for you

Dentures help to improve chewing ability and speech. They also provide support for facial muscles by filling out your face and improving confidence as a result.

Winning smiles dental surgery has become renowned for enhancing the oral health and appearance of patients with missing teeth.

Winning Smiles Dental Surgery serves dentures to resident around Blacktown, Parramatta, Penrith, Liverpool  Rooty hills, Marsden park, Stanhope gardens, Baulkham hills, Westmead, Windsor, Richmond  and Castle hills NSW.

At Winning Smiles You Have Freedom to Smile”.

Allow our professional dental prosthetic to give you back your confidence with a new smile. Missing teeth not only make a person look older and their face sunken, but also impede on chewing and speaking. By visiting our clinic, you will be fitted with denture that look, feel and function like natural teeth.

Winning Smiles dentist may offer one of the following options:

  • A Complete denture (a full set) replaces your upper or lower natural teeth
  • Partial denture that replace one or a few teeth and that are held in place by metal clips

Wearing Your Dentures

While they take some getting used to and will never feel exactly the same as natural teeth, take comfort in the fact that today’s denture are natural looking and more comfortable than ever. You should wear them as much as possible, except when sleeping. That will give you a chance to clean your denture.

Cleaning Your Dentures

As with natural teeth, keeping your mouth clean and brushing morning and evening is just as important to prevent tooth decay and gum disease. Denture-cleaning tablets can also be used to remove stains or bacteria.

Dental Adhesive

No matter how well your denture has been made to fit, they may not provide the same strong, biting surface as natural teeth. An adhesive can help prevent pieces of food getting stuck between the denture and gums, so a wider range of food can be enjoyed.

Dr.Samreen and her experienced Dental team, dentures believe that your smile is a reflection of you. It is the first thing you notice about a person and the last thing you remember at Winning Smiles. We aim to ensure each patient receives the highest possible quality of dental care.

How to Fix Broken Dentures

The process to fix broken dentures depends on how damaged your dentures are. Dentures that are cracked can often be bonded back together, but if the dentures have completely fallen apart, the solution could be to replace them. A lost tooth on the dentures is common and is usually fixable in just one day. It’s a good idea to visit our winning smiles dentists who can take impressions of your mouth to help determine the next step.

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10 Reasons You Need to Visit a Dentist Every 6 Months

Dental hygiene is necessary just like any other part of the body, however, general check-ups from a dentist is still not a popular phenomenon among the general public. There is a common notion that the need to visit a dentist occurs only if you have a severe dental issue such as a toothache or you need the beautification of your teeth. People usually think that they need to see a dentist only for oral diseases and not for teeth and gum health.

10 Reasons You Need to Visit a Dentist Every 6 Months

Importance of Regular Dental Visits

A survey by The Australian Dental Association showed that 65% of people have not seen a dentist in two years while 16% don’t have the opportunity to visit a dentist. Prof. David Manton, Chair of the Australian Oral Health Committee, emphasises the importance of maintaining oral health through regular dental visits and be proactive about our dental hygiene.

There are certain factors involved pertaining to the risk of dental problems such as tooth decay, swollen gums, tooth fillings, fractured teeth and many more. The fact that high-risk patients need more frequent visits than low-risk patients is determined on the basis of potential risk factors identified by a dentist.

Reasons to have a Dental Visit

As discussed earlier, dental visits on a regular basis is an essential activity for everyone regardless of age. There are various benefits associated with dental check-ups that can keep your gums and teeth healthy and strong for a long time.

1. Pain Free Dentist Techniques
Earlier, dental treatments were considered to be frightening as the techniques were contemporary. Now a days, dentists use technologically advanced tools and techniques such as sleep dentistry, IV sedation, local anaesthetics, invisible braces, invisible aligners, dentures and many others. The simple and pain free dental processes motivate people to have regular dental check-ups. As people can recover quickly from these advanced procedures and feel less pain, therefore, they can avoid any potential dental problems in the future. They can get fast and efficient treatments with such new painless techniques.

2. Early Diagnosis of Oral Diseases
Regular visits to your dentist ensure early detection of any potential dental risk. People usually ignore their oral hygiene and they just consider brushing their teeth as the only way to keep your oral hygiene intact. This carelessness can also lead to emergency dental such as abscess, endodontic, dental implant, and severe infection. However, it is a rarely known fact that dental problems can also lead to bigger diseases such as dementia in elderly, diabetes, osteoporosis and many more. Therefore, it is important to consider a dental visit every few months as guided by your dentist to identify any risks involved.

3. Irregular Eating Habits
Nowadays our food mostly comprises of fast food, packed, tinned or inorganic food. We also seldom adopt healthy food options which can lead to various dental health problems such as tartar, swollen or bleeding gums and cavities. Simple brushing habit is not food enough to keep your teeth healthy. Hence, it is advisable to pay a visit to the dentist regularly.

4. Dental Services Available Round the Year
There are many dentists open 7 days a week so you can decide what day and time is most suitable according to your schedule. Weekends are also available with many dentists, that way you can plan a family visit when everyone is free from work or school. If you are a busy person and cannot take out the time for a dental check up then you can look for special dental offers that occur on special occasions. There are a few dentists open on public holidays like Easter, Christmas and even New Years Eve. Thus, it can be a good time for your dental check-up for when you are too busy around the year. In fact, it can be the right time to have a detailed check up since there are less patients and the doctor can examine your problems in detail.

5. Dental Beautification also needs Maintenance
Dental beautification has gained popularity in recent years as it has developed interest among the people to pay a visit to dentists. Now people look for a cosmetic dentist for various treatments such as teeth whitening, dental implants, dentures, braces, inlays and outlays etc. all such treatments allow people to enhance their self-esteem as their smile can indicate their oral hygiene. Hence, even for cosmetic dentistry, you need to pay regular dental visits which will help you maintain your oral hygiene.

6. Dental Check-up for Children
Children are most vulnerable to dental issues since they have a lot of eating disorders. They consume various types of unhygienic food such as sweets, lollies, ice cream, juices which can damage their teeth at an early age. Hence, making regular dental visits every 6 months also ensure your children to have healthy teeth. The best time to take children to a dentist is during school holidays as they are free from studies burden and are also having irregular food habits. You can always find a dentist open on school holidays and can even get discounts on such occasions.

7. Financial Benefit of Regular Check-ups
Although dental treatments are considered to be expensive, it is advisable to meet your dentist on a regular interval of 6 months. Various dental treatments cost much higher whereas a general check up would cost a fraction. Thus, if you are diagnosed with a major dental issue at some stage, it would be more expensive than paying for a regular dental visit every 6 months.

8. Finding Your Regular Dentist
It is important to have a personal dentist who has your dentistry record. It not only helps you to ease up about your dental problems, but also makes your visits less hectic. You can have a dentist that is within your area. Nowadays you can find a dentist in different suburbs at different timings.

9. Dental Hygiene for Long Term
Frequent dental check-ups ensure the protection of your teeth against potential oral diseases and can prolong the tooth life. It is especially beneficial when one reaches an old age and teeth start to weaken due to age or any other bodily diseases.

10. Sleep Recovery
Dental check-ups can also assist you in having a good night sleep. Sleep apnoea is a common issue that occurs due to pauses in breathing. Your dentist can diagnose this issue and can recommend a good specialist to cater to this problem. Otherwise, you might not be able to recognise this problem on your own.

Considering the risks involved with oral hygiene and the irregularities in our oral care and eating habits, it is vital to note that regular dental visits every 6 months is a feasible option for dental health maintenance in the long run.

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Sleep Dentistry

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Sleep dentistry – A safe and effective method, used to provide a relaxing and anxiety-free experience for the patients receiving dental treatment.

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Sleep dentistry is used to provide a relaxing and anxiety-free experience for the patients receiving dental treatment. It enables individuals who are too afraid to visit a dentist to receive the dental care while avoiding the common apprehension known as dental phobia.

We specialize in providing sleep dentistry service for nervous patients, including IV sedation, laughing gas and oral dental sedation across the castle hill, kellyville or anywhere in Sydney NSW.

WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM SLEEP DENTISTRY?
Sleep Dentistry is beneficial for people who:

  • Disilike needles in the mouth
  • Have a low pain threshold
  • Have difficulty becoming numb
  • Dislike the noises, smells, tastes and feeling of dental treatment
  • Have had traumatic experiences with dentistry in the past
  • Have a strong gag reflex and gag easily
  • Have very sensitive teeth or gums
  • Have jaw problems or have difficulty keeping their mouth open
  • Have complex dental problems or need long sessions
  • Are busy and wish to have more work done in fewer sessions
  • Find dental treatment tedious, uncomfortable or boring
  • Are fearful or anxious about any aspect of dentistry

WHAT CAN SLEEP DENTISTRY DO FOR YOU?

  • Sleep Dentistry eliminates the awareness, sights, sounds, smells, tastes and pain of needles, instruments and drilling. It also eliminates the boredom of long or complex sessions and enables you to relax.
  • Sleep Dentistry eliminates fears, anxiety and discomfort.
  • Sleep Dentistry enables busy people to have multiple procedures and long sessions done in a single sitting.
  • Sleep Dentistry allows your dental procedures to be more comfortable than you ever thought possible.
  • Sleep Dentistry enables you to receive the dental care you need.

Dental Implants – Easy Payment Plans. No Interest Ever

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Dental Implants make it easier for you to speak and eat since the dentist secures them in your jaw with titanium posts.
Blacktown:- 96223333
Denham Court:- 91571000
1300 W SMILE

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Winning Smiles offer dental implant service at Blacktown and Kellyville. One of the most popular and often in replacing missing teeth is the provision of dental implant. They’re an ideal way to replace a full set of teeth or just missing gaps, and will help ensure you have the perfect smile you want.

Our team of dentist will design your teeth replacements to fit your dental implants during your appointment when you visit our clinic which located at Blacktown and Kellyville.

There are many different types of dental implant which are available in the market, but at Winning Smiles, we only use implants that have been very well researched and are supported by successful companies.

Having an implant placed is a simple surgical procedure, and it is important that all the components used are reliable and reputable.

-Key benefits of implant dentistry at WINNING SMILE Dental surgery

Dental Implants

  • Long term results
  • Smile with confidence
  • Maintain bone around a missing tooth, preventing damage to adjacent teeth from bone loss due to the extraction
  • Restore and enhance facial profile and fullness of lips
  • Replace one or more missing teeth without affecting the adjacent teeth next to the space
  • Restore chewing, speech and digestion (caused by inability to chew properly)
  • Maintain bone around a missing tooth, preventing damage to adjacent teeth from bone loss due to the extraction

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Common Reasons for Jaw Pain

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Suffering from Jaw pain?

Here are some of the most common causes of discomfort!

Grinding your teeth – People do this most often during sleep, without even realising. This can happen as a result of a combination of physical, psychological, and genetic factors.
Gum Disease – this is the infection of the tissue and bones that surround and support teeth. Although it doesn’t directly affect the Jaw, the pain can travel from the infected areas and create pain around the jaw.

Suffering from Jaw pain?

Untreated Cavities – Untreated cavities can create an abscess in the tooth, which will generate pain in the root of the tooth, and subsequently lead to jaw pain.

Impacted Wisdom Teeth – Partially or fully impacted wisdom teeth can become infected, which may result in swelling and severe pain.

TMD (also known as TMJ) – TMD is a disorder that affects the joints which connect the jawbone to the skull, and typically presents symptoms such as pain in the face, jaw, neck, shoulders and ear.
Many of these issues can be treated or prevented, so If you or your loved ones are suffering with Jaw Pain, make sure to arrange an appointment with winning smiles dental surgery.

Call to book for Blacktown on 96223333
Call to book for Denham Court on 91571000.

 

Children Dentist Blacktown

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Winning smiles dental surgery provides ongoing assessment of the changes in your child’s oral health. Being an expert in dental development, she monitors your child’s needs and provides advice and treatment to ensure winning smiles as a specialist of children dentist.

Winning smiles dental surgery experienced Dental team looks forward to helping you give your child the best dental health.  A gift they will enjoy for the rest of their life.

We are specialist as a children dentist serves across the Blalcktown, Parramatta and Kellyville with the specialty for infants and children dentistry.