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Your Sydney Dentist

Cosmetic dentistry can elevate your smile from great to fantastic with the right dentist. Clear Dental Dentists invite you to come in, relax, and enjoy the art and science of cosmetic dentistry. Our treatments focus on maintaining a healthy, movie star-quality smile for our patients. We specialize in Invisalign, teeth whitening, and creating natural-looking veneers, crowns, and bridges. Even regular teeth cleanings are important to us. You’ll have the most amazing cleaning and like all our treatments, they are conducted with the utmost care and attention to your comfort. Why don’t you give us a call today at (02) 9456 6557 or book with us online. We open 7 days. We also like to look after emergency patients.

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We believe that it is worth the time to do a quality job. We do not sacrifice quality in materials or save money with bargain dental labs.

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We will treat you with respect and provide information on the services we will provide before starting our work.

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We believe that our practice delivers high quality work using the finest materials we have available.

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Tips for Babies
Clean your baby’s teeth and gums twice a day, after breakfast and before bed Start cleaning your baby’s teeth from the time they first appear (around 6-12 months of age)
Use a soft, damp cloth to begin with then move to a small, soft children’s toothbrush, to clean all surfaces of the teeth.

Don’t use toothpaste before your baby is 18 months of age unless directed by your dental practitioner. Take your baby to see the dentist when their first tooth appears, or by their first birthday

Guard against early decay
Early decay is caused by frequent exposure to sugary drinks and foods including fruit juices, fl avoured yoghurts and dried fruits. Don’t let your baby fall asleep with a bottle of milk, formula or juice in their mouth.

Replace bottles with a cup from 12 months of age. Tap water should be the only drink in bottles and sippy cups except at meal/feed times.