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Your Trusted Local Dentist St Marys - Western Sydney Smiles

Western Sydney Smiles is your trusted, local dentist. Located in the heart of Western Sydney, our leading dental practice provides comprehensive care for the St Marys community. We are committed to bringing smiles to the people of Western Sydney including but not limited to St Marys, St Clair, Werrington, Ropes Crossing, Mount Druitt, Hebersham & Oxley Park.

Whether you avoid visiting the dentist, need to book a general check-up, or have a dental emergency we’ve got you covered.

Our team is available 24 hours, evenings and on weekends covering a range of dental services including dental care, braces, teeth whitening, and more.

So give us a call or book an appointment.

Our Dental Services in St Marys

THE NEW APPROACH TO

Dental Healthcare in St Marys

Passionate
We love what we do, and passion runs through everything we do from the smallest of procedures to more complex treatments
Transparent
We believe honesty and transparency go hand in hand. We are up-front about all costs and treatments. Everyone is different and such we provide individual advice tailored to your needs.
Affordable
We believe dental care should be accessible to each and every person. We aim to provide fair pricing without compromising on excellent standard of care
Convenient
We are open seven days with after hours appointments available. 24 hour emergency call-out Same day emergency service

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Classifying which oral injuries are emergencies and which can wait for a primary care appointment can be challenging. However, you should treat any damage that leads to excessive pain or bleeding from the mouth like a dental emergency and visit your dentist in St. Marys immediately.

In general, mouth bleeding and pain come from severe gum disease or damaged teeth, both of which can lead to tooth loss and chronic pain if left untreated. You can repair that damage and keep your teeth intact by visiting Western Sydney Smiles for St. Marys dental care.

Western Sydney Smiles offers teeth whitening among our cosmetic dentistry services. These cosmetic procedures provide stunning results, but how long they last will mainly depend on the patient’s preferences and eating habits.

You should visit your dentist in St. Marys for teeth whitening as soon as your original procedure no longer yields the desired results. For some people, that might come sooner than others. People who drink coffee, red wine, and tea experience teeth discolouration quicker than those who don’t and might need cosmetic procedures once every few months.

When you schedule a teeth whitening appointment with Western Sydney Smiles, your dentist will advise you on how to get the most mileage out of your whitened teeth. Following our team’s advice can leave you with perfect-looking teeth for years

Dental fillings, and all oral health procedures, will range in cost depending on which clinic you visit.

If you need a dentist in St. Marys to provide quality filling treatment at an affordable rate, you will find one at Western Sydney Smiles. Our filling procedures start as low as $180, and our clinic offers on-the-spot credit approval with interest-free plans as part of our many payment options.

The length of your filling procedure will depend mainly on the severity of your dental damage.

Fillings for mild tooth decay are relatively quick and straightforward procedures. A qualified dentist in St. Marys will be able to solve the issue in under half an hour if you don’t need a local anesthetic and the decay isn’t severe.

Your dentist would need more time to complete complex fillings. However, a filling procedure shouldn’t take longer than one hour, even with severe decay.

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