You may have heard prevention is better than cure? At Western Sydney smiles we want to make sure regular preventative visits are affordable to everyone, but coming in with a toothache shouldn’t have to break the bank.
Unfortunately dental services don’t receive much help from the government unlike other medical services.
Did you know almost 70% of people avoid going to the dentist due to cost? More importantly unexpected costs.
At Western Sydney Smiles, we want our patients to enjoy the benefits of the latest technology. All our Western Sydney dentists are trained and are up to date with all the latest techniques and technology to ensure your experience is world-class, affordable and most importantly virtually pain-free.
We hide none of our fees from our patients. All our fees are freely available on our website. Of course not everyone is the same and some costs will vary, but we will always be upfront and transparent before treatment is commenced.
Sometimes putting off coming to the dentist can mean we may have to take extra steps to taking you back the healthier you, but we will always provide easy small repayments and affordable options for our patients. Access to excellent care has never been easier.
There is now no reason to put off that treatment you require. Putting off treatment can result in an decrease in your well-being and an increase in the cost of treatment.
We provide payment plans for all our patients subject to credit approval. Credit approval is completed on the spot, and interest free options are also available. Come in and speak to us for more information.
|New Patient Check Up & Clean Offer
|Only $199 (Total value $425)
|Includes FREE x-rays worth $160
|Scale & Clean
|Root Canal Therapy*
|Implant (Including Crown)**
*Root Canal Therapy is the process by which tooth infections are treated so that it is pain free. They may require additional protective features such as crowns, inlays or onlays, which help prevent the tooth from breaking. The price of these have not been included
**Implant treatments may also require further treatments such as bone grafts or tissue grafts which not have been included.