Why Ditch the Wisdom Teeth?

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Have you ever wondered why so many teenagers and young adults have their wisdom teeth removed?

We will take a look at why dentists and oral surgeons recommend having wisdom teeth removed.

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Not Removing Wisdom Teeth can Cause Problems

Wisdom teeth, which are known as third molars, often start to grow in around the age of 16. Unfortunately, most people’s mouths are either too small or too narrow to accommodate these new teeth. The lack of space available for the wisdom teeth to comfortably grow in can cause a number of problems ranging from chronic headaches to extensive damage to your other teeth.

In order to avoid problems, dentists and oral surgeons will recommend that you have your wisdom teeth removed when they first appear to be growing in. Removing them before they fully erupt prevents you from experiencing numerous problems that can cause you extensive pain and even result in the need for other dental procedures.

Examples of Problems Caused by Wisdom Teeth Not Being Removed

If wisdom teeth are not removed they can cause a number of problems ranging from infections and headaches to overcrowding, bad breath, and chronic headaches or pain. Sometimes a person will experience just one problem from their wisdom teeth, while other times you can experience a combination of problems.

Some examples of the problems that can be caused by wisdom teeth not being removed include:

  • Chronic pain of the lower jaw
  • Swelling and inflammation of the jaw
  • Irritated and inflamed gums that can bleed or are prone to infection
  • Bad breath that doesn’t seem to go away
  • Loss of gum tissue or bone in the lower or upper jaw
  • Infection – can happen when the wisdom teeth partially erupt as food and bacteria can get stuck around the tooth and infections can develop
  • Severe gum disease
  • Damage to surrounding teeth
  • Overcrowding that leads to permanent teeth shifting and moving

Typically, if you experience one problem from your wisdom teeth, you will likely experience other problems in the future. Oral surgeons will recommend having your wisdom teeth removed when you first experience problems from them to prevent you from experiencing other more serious problems in the future.

What Happens if Wisdom Teeth are Not Removed?

If you choose to not have your wisdom teeth removed, you put yourself at risk of experiencing a number of chronic problems. The problems you can experience from not having wisdom teeth removed include:

  • Recurrent infections
  • Chronic jaw pain as a result of the development of a growth, cyst or tumor near the wisdom teeth
  • Bad breath that never goes away
  • Teeth shifting to the point you need to undergo orthodontic treatment to improve your smile
  • Cavities develop in the wisdom teeth and surrounding teeth as they are difficult to properly clean
  • Severe gum disease

Not Experiencing Any Problems? You May Still Need Your Wisdom Teeth Removed

Even if you think you aren’t experiencing any problems from your wisdom teeth you may still need to have them removed. Wisdom teeth may appear asymptomatic but they can be causing you problems that aren’t visible or noticeable.

An oral surgeon will be able to evaluate your individual situation and determine if your wisdom teeth need to be removed. Sometimes, if your wisdom teeth are asymptomatic and your oral surgeon doesn’t notice any problems you may be able to take a “watch and wait” approach. This means you won’t have to have your wisdom teeth removed, but they will need to be monitored as they can cause problems at any time.

If you are experiencing problems with your wisdom teeth and need to have them removed or if you want an oral surgeon to evaluate you and see if they need to be removed, call Winning Smiles Dental Surgery. Our experienced oral surgeon will evaluate your case and determine if your wisdom teeth should be removed.

Call our Blacktown and Denham Court dental practice today to schedule a consultation to discuss having your wisdom teeth removed.


Ways to Reduce Wisdom Tooth Swelling

Ways to Reduce Wisdom Tooth Swelling

Swelling around your teeth and gums can cause real discomfort. As a result, simple things like eating and speaking can get difficult.

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This swelling can originate from a number of reasons such as canker sores, gum disease or pregnancy related issues. Nevertheless, there can be another reason for this swelling, i.e. problem with the wisdom tooth. In this situation, you may wonder if there could be any way to deal with the pain and discomfort due to this swelling.

In this scenario, a few things are worth mentioning.

The wisdom teeth

Wisdom teeth are the molars that grow in the back of the mouth. They have a wide surface on the top and they assist well in chewing. Unlike other teeth in your mouth, these molars appear at the age between 17 – 21 years.

Ways to Reduce Wisdom Tooth Swelling

Reasons for swelling in wisdom teeth

The real reason for swelling is the bacteria. And the bacteria infection we are talking about in this regard is related to the way your wisdom tooth grows. If the wisdom tooth grows at an angle or it partially erupts through the gum, it can cause bacterial infection which can further lead to swelling.

Swelling of wisdom teeth before removal

There are many people who do not have any issues with their wisdom teeth. However, there are many who have issues like swelling, pus, bad taste, pain, and/or fever due to problems with the wisdom teeth. Now, extraction of wisdom teeth may seem like the only way to solve the problem once and for all but you are going to have to deal with the pain while tooth is still there. A few things that you can do to contain the pain are worth mentioning in this regard.

  • You can rinse your mouth with salt water. You will need to add two tablespoon of salt in eight ounces of warm water. Rinse your mouth with this water.
  • Another way to reduce the pain is to apply cold compress. Cold compress should numb the area to give you comfort from pain.
  • You can also use numbing gels to contain the pain. These numbing gels mainly consist of benzocaine.
  • You can also go for the over-the-counter drugs to deal with the pain. These are usually anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen. However, you have to keep in mind that this is only the temporary solution to relieve the pain.

Swelling after the wisdom tooth removal

While a couple of days after the wisdom tooth removal may bring a lot of swelling, this swelling is not here to stay for too long. The reason is that the source of swelling and infection will no longer be there. However, you can continue with the above mentioned steps to contain swelling after the tooth removal.

One thing that you need to keep in mind here is that you need to deal with the infection by having consultation with your dentist. Not taking care of infected area after the tooth removal can make things worse if the infection gets severe.

Call Winning Smiles today to get an evaluation for wisdom tooth extraction removal in Blacktown, Parramatta, Castle Hill, Rooty hills, Marsden Park, Stanhope gardens, Baulkham Hills, Westmead, Windsor, Richmond!

Is Dental Implant Treatment Painful?

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When most people hear the word dentist they immediately think of pain and discomfort. This might be because of a bad experience in the past with toothache or having a tooth extracted. In many cases, it is an entirely unfounded misconception  Whilst a dental emergency may be painful and require a visit to the dentist, the truth is that with the modern techniques and advanced training of dentists today, it is rarely the procedure itself that is painful. For a planned procedure such as dental implant treatment, you can be assured of a totally painless experience.

If you have been considering dental implants, but have found yourself worrying about whether or not the treatment hurts, do not fear – it is a completely natural concern. In this article, we take a closer look at the process to help to put your mind at rest.

Why choose to have dental implants?

Dental implants are a permanent solution to missing teeth and are suitable for almost all patients. Unlike other options such as crowns and bridges, they do not have compromise your remaining, healthy teeth. They provide you with stable and natural looking replacement teeth, whilst at the same time helping to restore the strength and stability of the jaw by replacing not just the missing tooth itself but also the root.

Apart from the obvious visual implications of missing teeth, which can severely undermine our confidence and sense of self-esteem, there are hidden dangers of missing teeth – especially when gaps are allowed to remain for longer periods of time. This can include shrinking of the bone which may cause your natural teeth to drift or move. Eventually, increased weakness can cause the loss of additional teeth. The receding jaw bone can also often have the effect of causing us to look older than we are.

As well as helping you to look and feel great again, dental implants prevent such problems arising both now and in the long term future.

How do dental implants work?

Dental implants are made up of three components – the implant, the abutment, and the crown.

The implant plays the most important role, as it helps to restore strength to the jaw as well as forming a strong base for the replacement tooth. Dental implants are made of high-quality titanium, which is biocompatible. This allows it to bond and fuse with the natural bone around it so that it becomes an integral part of your jaw.

Once the implant is fully bonded, the abutment can be fitted, and finally the crown, leaving you with a replacement tooth that looks and feels completely natural.

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What does the treatment process look like?

Here at Winning Smiles Dental Surgery, we follow a four-step process for dental implants.

1. Agree on a treatment plan

Next, you’ll have an appointment will your dentist who’ll conduct thorough examinations and take x-rays if required. This will help to check if any preliminary work is required prior to the implant treatment. Your personalized treatment plan will then be agreed.

2. Have your implants placed

Your dentist will fit your implants. The entire procedure is conducted under local anesthetic so you will feel absolutely nothing during the treatment

3. Healing and bonding time

It takes from 12 to 14 weeks for your implant to integrate with your bone. During this time, you’ll have a temporary cover to protect it.

4. Get your new teeth

You’ll return to our clinic for your dentist to fit your final tooth crown or bridge. Now you can enjoy your new teeth.

What about recovery and aftercare?

As with any surgical procedure, everybody’s experience is different. The vast majority of patients state that they feel nothing more than mild discomfort afterwards, most often during the healing stage. In most cases, patients are pleasantly surprised by the lack of any pain during the procedure itself.

To help you to stay comfortable, your dentist will prescribe painkillers and antibiotics and may recommend ice packs for use after your implant procedure. Your implantologist will always go through what you need to do to ensure a quick and successful recovery. Should you have any questions or concerns following your treatment, we are never more than a phone call away.

Ready to restore your smile? Call us today

If you are interested in dental implant surgery, give the team at Winning Smiles Dental Surgery call today on Blacktown: 02 9622 3333 and  Denham Court: 02 9157 1000 to book your appointment now!

Everything You Need To Know About Wisdom Teeth Removal

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Wisdom Tooth Extraction

At Winning Smiles Dental Surgery we realize that are as many different types of wisdom teeth as there are people in the world. Call us today so we can improve your dental health together. At Winning smiles dentists, our most experienced dentist provide teeth related treatment across the western Sydney including suburbs as Seven hills, Kellyville, Liverpool Quakers hill, Glenwood, Penrith, Bella vista, Toongabbie, Rooty hills, Marsden park, Stanhope gardens, Baulkham hills, Westmead, Windsor and Richmond.

Affordable Wisdom Teeth Removal

Many factors need to be taken into consideration when determining the exact cost of your wisdom tooth extraction. The price will vary from patient to patient depending on the number of teeth that have to be removed, while having an impacted or decayed tooth will also affect the amount of money you will have to put aside for this kind of procedure. Removing a tooth that has not fully erupted is usually carried out by an oral surgeon under general anesthesia, which will increase the total cost of the treatment. However, having a dental or medical insurance policy could put some pressure off your budget, while in some cases you could have your tooth removed free of charge. Our office staff will be more than glad to assist you if you are having any trouble with your insurance claims.

In typical cases, when your wisdom tooth is growing at a normal angle and isn’t decayed, and you want it removed out of precautionary reasons, the total cost of the removal procedure will be around $200. However, the price of our dental services will rise depending on the type of impaction and the complexity of the procedure required. The only way for us to give you a realistic estimate of the cost of the treatment is to do a complete examination of your mouth and jaw and to review your x-rays.

Everything You Need To Know About Wisdom Teeth Removal

What Are Wisdom Teeth?

Usually the last ones to develop in life, these teeth are located behind the second molars at the very back of the palate, therefore they are also referred to as third molars. Since their growth process for most people starts between middle teenage years and the early twenties, they are commonly associated with the “age of wisdom,” from which they derive their peculiar name. According to some anthropologists, wisdom teeth have become mostly redundant for modern humans, which could explain why they are causing so many problems for so many people.

Proactive Approach To Wisdom Teeth Removal

Chances that you have heard about someone having a hard time with their third molars are high, and unfortunately, these complaints are usually the most painful ones. The positioning of the tooth is a crucial factor in this painful and sometimes unpreventable process. More often, patients report to their dentists only after they experience pain or swelling and by that time, the damage has already been done.

Once the damage is done, the recovery and the teeth extraction become much more difficult for patients, who are looking at months of recovery after the painful process of the teeth removal itself, especially in cases involving multiple extractions.

As firm believers in an efficient, proactive approach, we at Winning Smiles Dental Surgery offer safe assessment plan to closely monitor the development of wisdom teeth and ensure the oral health and comfort of our patients. Please note that we respect privacy policy while working with our patients, so rest assured that your personal details will be safe with us. Also, bear in mind that you have an option to schedule your appointment online as well.

Our Wisdom Tooth Extraction Approach

Experiencing painful problems with your wisdom tooth does not necessarily mean you will need to have it removed since pain is sometimes a normal albeit unwanted consequence of the tooth growth process. Only after we examine your mouth, jaw, and x-ray films, we will be able to decide what kind of procedure best suits your exact type of problem. In cases where your tooth has become infected, the dentist may choose to delay the extraction procedure and treat you with antibiotics first. In other cases, it is best to give your wisdom tooth some time to push through the gums and find its rightful place in your jaw.

At Winning Smiles Dental Surgery, our preferred choice and recommendation is to have your wisdom teeth removed under local anesthetics, meaning that you will be fully awake throughout the procedure. The sheer thought of being awake while having a large tooth pulled out from your jaw can scare away some people, but the procedure itself should be painless and complications and side effects are less common compared to general anesthesia.

Listed below are answers to some FAQs about this specific dental problem. If we haven’t answered your question or you would like more information please feel free to contact us.

Benefits Of Early Wisdom Teeth Removal

For some people, erupting of wisdom teeth is a painless and sometimes unnoticeable experience. However, most dental experts recommend having your third molars removed early, preferably in teen years, before they cause any problems and complications. Listed below are just some of the benefits of an early wisdom teeth removal.

● Decreased risk of dental caries and gum disease
● Avoiding damage to the surrounding teeth
● Avoiding unwanted tooth movement
● Reduced oral and facial discomfort
● The less painful process of healing
● Improved quality of life

What Is An Impacted Wisdom Tooth?

Wisdom teeth are considered a part of normal human dentition in situations where they have enough room to erupt properly, without any pain swelling, or other dental problems.

For some people, however, these teeth don’t have enough space to emerge or develop normally, which forces them to grow in all possible directions, toward the next tooth or the back of the mouth, or sometimes even stay trapped within the jawbone. Such wisdom teeth are impacted, and since they are more vulnerable to tooth decay and gum disease, most dentists recommend their extraction even in cases where painful symptoms have not yet occurred

Should I Be Worried About Impacted Wisdom Teeth?

Besides being a constant source of pain and discomfort, wisdom teeth that haven’t erupted properly can cause more severe dental and medical problems. Because it is difficult to properly clean the area around a tooth that hasn’t fully erupted, impacted third molars can increase the possibility of catching a gum disease called pericoronitis. Such condition can result in pain, inflammation, while in more severe cases it can lead to the loss of the surrounding teeth.

The problem of maintaining proper dental hygiene in areas surrounding an impacted tooth also increases the chance of decay and cavities because of the harmful bacteria and food that gets trapped between the gum and partially erupted tooth.

Another thing to worry about when dealing with an impacted tooth is the damage it can cause to other teeth, especially if it is growing toward the second molar. Apart from increasing the risk of infection in that area, the pressure caused by an impacted tooth can disrupt the normal position of other teeth in the jaw and lead to overcrowding.

A rare but potentially severe complication is the development of a cyst, a fluid-filled sac within the jawbone. Cysts can deal severe damage to the jawbone, teeth and nerves, and if left untreated, may even lead to the development of benign tumors.

Even if you are not experiencing painful symptoms at the moment, an impacted tooth can cause complications in the future. That is why we recommend having them removed with minimal complications before infection or inflammation occurs

Do I Need A Consultation Before Wisdom Teeth Removal?

Before you undergo the extraction procedure, you will have to stop by for a consultation so that we can determine whether the benefits of removing the tooth outweigh the costs in your case. During the consultation, our dentist will assess your general medical condition and explain to you the extraction procedure itself as well as the post-operative process.

Once our dentist reviews your full mouth x-ray (OPG), which can be taken free of charge, you will be given a final assessment and diagnosis, after which you will be all ready to have your teeth removed.

Why Should I Have My Wisdom Teeth Removed?

or some people, there is not enough space in the jaw for a third molar to erupt at a right angle, so a number of different dental problems can occur in relation to this condition, such as:

Infection – When the teeth come through the gums only partially due to the insufficient space for eruption, there is a high chance that inflammation and infection of the soft tissue (pericoronitis) around the third molar will occur. This condition comes in its chronic or acute form, and usually affects people aged between 20 and 40 years old, resulting in severe pain and swelling. A dentist will often prescribe antibiotics before deciding to remove the impacted tooth
Damage – No matter how well you brush and floss, a lot of harmful bacteria and food parts will get stuck in the area around an impacted third molar. As a result, the adjacent, second molar could also be affected, increasing the chances of tooth decay and gum disease.
Disease – In rarer cases, non-infectious diseases such as cysts and tumors could also form as a result of the impacted tooth. Cysts are fluid-filled pockets inside the jawbone with the potential to cause a great deal of damage to nearby teeth, bones and nerves. This kind of condition will usually require surgical removal of tissue and bone.
Crowding – For a long period, dental experts believed that third molars directly contributed to crowding and overlapping of the teeth in front of the jaw by pushing those right next to them. The theory has since been disproven through years of well-documented research, but there is still a belief among some people that retained wisdom teeth will contribute to the movement of the front teeth.
How To Manage Your Anxiety About Wisdom Teeth Surgery?

Dental anxiety is common among patients and it is affecting millions of people every day. No matter if you heard some bad experiences with extraction procedures or not, it is entirely reasonable to be scared.

This is precisely why we have equipped our staff members with knowledge and patience to lead you through this process and answer any concerns you might have with ease. We also worked hard to develop a procedure that will help minimize any complications after surgery including pain or swelling.

Here at Winning Smiles Dental Surgery, we fully comprehend the anxiety patients might have prior to the extraction procedure and the impact it has on the procedure itself. This is why we offer our answers to any question you might have along with sedation dentistry that would soothe even the most worried
anxious patients.

What Happens On The Day Wisdom Teeth Are Removed?

Preoperative instructions:

– Make sure to wear comfortable clothes
– Dental hygiene is strongly recommended before the procedure
– Complete health is strongly advised, patients need to report any infections or other health problems so that we can reschedule your appointment
– Eating is allowed, however, we kindly recommend a lighter diet
– Company during the procedure is optional, not necessary

The time frame of the procedure is around 30 to 60 minutes. Thanks to many improvements in the dental and medical field, possible outcomes of the wisdom teeth extraction and post-operative recovery have been reduced to a minimum.

You might feel some discomfort a couple of hours after the procedure, once the local anesthesia wears off. Patients are kindly advised to take Nurofen or Panadol immediately if they experience any postoperative pain. In case the recommended medication is not reducing your discomfort, feel free to take stronger pain medication our staff members have prescribed. At this part of the recovery, we usually include Panadeine Forte which will significantly reduce the pain you might feel.

What Happens Immediately After Surgery?

  • The gauze your dentist will place over the surgical area should be there for at least 20 minutes to prevent the forming of a blood clot.
  • Touching your wound or rinsing it is strongly prohibited since this could damage the already formed clot and possibly cause bleeding
  • Use pain medications or antibiotics only as prescribed
  • Avoid increasing your heart rate by exercising or heavy lifting. Resume your daily activities once the pain is reduced to a minimum.

What To Expect After My Wisdom Teeth Surgery?

The level of pain varies and it is entirely individual. Depending on each individual, the feeling may range from mild discomforts to severe pain. Patients can expect approximately two to four days of recovery. To avoid any further problems, patients are strongly advised to follow our post-operative instructions carefully. By following these guidelines, a more comfortable recovery will be ensured.

Pain – We recommend taking your pain medications as prescribed. Please note that the pain following the surgery will subside over a few days. In case the pain persists, you may need further attention, so we advise contacting our office.

Bleeding – During the first 24 to 48 hours after the surgery, some bleeding is considered normal. Patients may find some blood in their saliva or the wound during the first couple of days. In case the bleeding gets heavier, follow the instructions you received at our office.

Antibiotics – Antibiotics are commonly used to prevent any possible infection, so in case you have been prescribed with them, strictly follow the dentist’s instruction and stop their intake only in cases of sudden rash or unusual reaction.

Swelling – It is common to experience swelling, the amount you will encounter will be proportional to the level of surgery that was involved. It will appear the first day after your surgery and it will gradually subside over the next 2 to 3 days.

Mild Bruising – Discoloration of the skin is a common post-operative symptom, that will develop within 2 to 3 days after the surgery.

Keep the mouth clean – Usual dental hygiene can be resumed after the first day of recovery. We strongly recommended rinsing with warm water and a teaspoon of salt after every meal.

Diet – Avoid any sucking motion that could affect already formed blood clot.

Sutures – They are placed in the area of surgery to minimize post-operative bleeding and to help healing. Sometimes they can become dislodged and this is no cause for alarm. Just remove the suture form your mouth and discard it. There will be a cavity where the tooth was removed. The cavity will gradually fill in with the new tissue over the next month. In the mean time, the area should be kept clean especially after meals with salt-water rinses or a toothbrush.

What Are Possible Complications Of Wisdom Teeth Surgery?

Same as any medical procedure, the surgical removal of wisdom teeth comes with its own set of postoperative risks and complications:
● Dry socket (alveolar osteitis) is one of the most common complications following this type of procedure. It happens 3-5 days after the tooth is removed, when a blood clot fails to develop, or becomes dislodged.
● Nerve injury – In rarer cases, parts of the trigeminal nerve could get injured, leading to a tingling sensation and numbness in some areas of the face and mouth.
● Infection accompanied by high body temperature and persistent pain and swelling.
● Persistent bleeding.

For more information or to book a check-up with one of our experienced dentists in Blacktown or Denham Court, contact us today.

Reference : MGA Dental 

Toothache? Dental Pain? Get Relief Today – Call to Winning Smiles Dentist

What is your emergency? Toothache

Toothache refers to pain in and around the teeth, gums or the jaws.
There are many causes for toothaches, we recommend seeing the dentist as soon as possible when you are experiencing symptoms.
What is your emergency? Toothache

Toothache can occur in the teeth and around the jaws, and is caused by a number of different dental issues. Usually, the pain begins suddenly, and can range from mild discomfort to severe pain. It can come and go, but it can also be constant, and made worse by eating or drinking. Additionally, toothache may get progressively worse as time goes on, so it is essential to see a dentist as soon as you can.

The treatment for a toothache may involve a somewhat invasive dental procedure such as a dental filling, root canal, dental bridge, dental crown or ultimately, a tooth extraction. But treatment today can be comfortable, and in fact, often helps you avoid tooth extraction. In addition, today’s cosmetic dentistry options, like dental veneers and dental implants, offer alternatives to traditional treatment, and provide a greater esthetic and functional benefit.

If you have had mild toothache for 1 to 2 weeks, be sure to book an appointment as soon as possible to prevent the problem getting worse.

Winning Smiles Dental Surgery offers Saturday and Sunday  appointments for emergencies. Contact our emergency dentists in Blacktown and Denham Court  today to book an appointment!

If you have sharp pain, difficulty breathing, facial swelling or profuse bleeding contact us immediately on Winning Smiles Blacktown : 02 9622 3333 and Winning Smiles Denham Court : 02 9157 1000

Dentist in Blacktown – Winning Smiles Dental Surgery

Winning Smiles Dental Surgery – Dentist Blacktown

At Winning Smiles Dentist, we’re all about you, the patient. We understand how important it is to have the confidence to smile, so that’s why we strive to deliver the highest quality dental care while ensuring your dental appointment is a positive experience.

We know that it’s easy to find a dentist in Blacktown and the Western Sydney region, but we pride ourselves on being different from the rest.

We go above and beyond to ensure that your experience at our Blacktown and Denham Court practice is as pleasant and relaxing as possible. We have all the comforts you may find in your own home, as we like to think of you and all our patients as part of our dental family.

We offer many different dental services; catering to kids, older patients and everyone in between.


Our Services

Winning  Smiles  Dental  Surgery  provide specialized services  that  includes  dental  implants , Pain  Free Dentistry & dentist, clear aligners and braces care. We are proudly the dentist who opens 7 Days and with patient from Parramatta to Blacktown.

At Winning smiles dentists, our most experienced dentist provide teeth related treatment across the western sydney including suburbs as Quakers hill, Glenwood, Penrith, Bella vista, Toongabbie, Rooty hills, Marsden park, Stanhope gardens, Baulkham hills, Westmead, Windsor and Richmond.

Emergency Dentist, Sydney (Open 7 Days a Week)

Dentist Open 7 Days

We are open 7 Days a week and will strive to see patients who are suffering in pain as soon as possible. Open weekends, saturday and sunday.

Call us : 02 9622 3333 | Mail us : info@winningsmilesdentists.com.au

After Hours Emergency Dentist in Sydney

After hours emergency dentist services are in great need nowadays to tackle all the problems related to dental parts.

After Hours Emergency Dentist in Sydney

Emergency Dentist

Do you need an after hour dentist services for a dental emergency? There are various after hours dentist in the Sydney location. The services in these particular clinics are mainly available in all the weekdays as well as weekend emergencies including Sunday. You should definitely opt for the after hours dentist Sydney. Dental practices are mainly available throughout the city.

It is very important to understand a particular dental emergency as it can be both distressing and very painful. So, there should be a sympathetic and also experienced team who should be available 24*7 for generally a quick action I case you are experiencing a dental emergency. In Sydney, you should essentially make an appointment with an emergency dentist in case of any need.

There are various types of emergencies which mainly include:

  • Cycling accident dental injury
  • Motorcycle accident dental injury
  • Car accident dental injury
  • Sports dental injury
  • Abscess pain
  • Urgent root canal treatment
  • Tooth pain from wisdom teeth
  • Biting on a stone cracked tooth – e.g. piece of walnut shell or olive stone
  • Hard biting tooth chip accident – i.e. crusty bread too crusty?

You don’t have to wait for longer to call the emergency dentist in a hope that your toothache pain might totally go away. Quick action is always required in case of teeth pain. So, for your dental emergency, it always requires a friendly team who can help with all the dental toothache.

If you are generally experiencing gum pain or teeth pain, then you don’t have to wait any longer. So, you should contact Emergency Dentist specialists if you need these services.

Tooth Related Problems

A toothache is such a problem which keeps you awake at night. The emergency dental services can help you today if you generally have knocked out teeth or a loose tooth. Playing sports can lead to the knocking of a tooth. It can also happen in a freak accident. You generally have a better chance to end up saving your teeth in case you act quickly.

The Sydney emergency out of hours dentist can be very helpful with all the dental emergencies which include:

  • Abscess
  • Cracked teeth
  • Teeth pain
  • Chipped Tooth
  • Broken tooth
  • A toothache
  • Severe tooth pain
  • Lost filling
  • Gum pain
  • Mouth Swelling
  • Tooth decay
  • Loose crown
  • Dental Discomfort that can’t wait
  • Cracked Dental Plate
  • Loose Teeth
  • Failed Dental Implant
  • Missing fillings or cracked filling
  • Wisdom tooth pain
  • Mouth ulcers
  • Root canal treatment urgent need
  • Broken dentures
  • Loose dental bridge
  • Gum swelling

Also, you can find no such additional charge for generally weekend dental emergency services. You should call for making a quick appointment with the emergency dentist.

Children’s Emergency Dentist

The accidental tooth damage can be caused generally by a fall or knock. If this occurs, you should act very quickly. The potentially adult teeth and also the gums can be badly affected by any kind of injury to infant’s teeth. As soon as you receive a complaint from your child, then it becomes very important to visit the dentist urgently. You should also visit the dentist you if suspects that everything is not right. In Sydney, it is very easy to find 7-day emergency dentist services in Sydney You should call those dental clinics for making an emergency dental appointment with generally a caring, experienced children’s emergency dentist today.

For more information click here:- Winning Smiles Dental Surgery 

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.

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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