Beyond Infinity Dental

Your Professional Dentist Near Cherrybrook

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Optimising Your Smile with Personalised Care

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At our welcoming dental practice, we are excited to provide exceptional care for you and your family, aiming to enhance your dental health for a lifetime. Our team is ready to support your journey towards achieving a healthier smile.

Leading our clinical team are Dr Yang and Dr Lin, whose shared commitment to dental excellence is matched by their dedication to overall health. Together, they collaborate with experts across various health disciplines to ensure comprehensive care is available at our family-friendly dental clinic.

We believe in a customised approach to dental care, avoiding one-size-fits-all solutions. By developing individualised treatment plans based on your unique dental conditions, we offer a spectrum of options to help you reach your dental goals efficiently and effectively.

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WHY CHOOSE US AS YOUR DENTIST?

Expert and Compassionate Dental Care

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50 Years

With 50 years of collective dental expertise, our practice offers custom treatments tailored to individual requirements.

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Body and Mind

We provide comprehensive holistic dental care, addressing both your overall health and specific dental well-being needs thoroughly and effectively.

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Cutting Edge

Utilising cutting-edge technology, our practice delivers gentle and effective dental treatments, promoting overall well-being.

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Expertise

Tap into a team of professionals, ranging from Oral Surgeons to Prosthodontists and Anaesthetists, accessible at our dental facility.

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Chinese Spoken

Within our clinic, you can engage with a dentist fluent in Mandarin or Taiwanese, ensuring clear and comfortable communication during your appointments.

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National Dental Plan

Take advantage of our interest-free payment program, meticulously crafted to ease the financial burden of your dental procedures.

Our Dental Team

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Dr Jack Yang

Principal Dentist

Dr Yang is a general dentist skilled in all areas of dental care. He has a special interest in cosmetic and aesthetic dentistry, crown and bridge work.

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Dr Jeff Lin

Principal Dentist

Dr Lin has a special interest in cosmetic and implant dentistry, where he has attended extensive hours of continuing education. He also improves his craft through his travels.

TREATMENTS

EXPERIENCE THE FUTURE OF DENTISTRY WITH OUR LASER AND DIGITAL TECHNIQUES FOR SMILE CORRECTIONS.

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Dental Implants

LOOK LIKE NATURAL TEETH

Choose dental implants for a non-removable, strong solution that provides the aesthetics and function of natural teeth. Book a consultation with us today to find out more.

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Dental Veneers

CUSTOM DESIGNED

Let our professional team design custom porcelain veneers for you, ensuring a bright, even smile. Schedule a consultation to learn more about our personalised approach.

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Teeth Whitening

FREE TAKE-HOME WHITENING

Our dental practice offers advanced teeth whitening options like the Epic in-chair laser and Pola take-home kits. Schedule a consultation today to explore these solutions.

PRIORITISING HEALTH AND AESTHETICS AT OUR PREMIER DENTAL CLINIC

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Our dental clinic is dedicated to delivering exceptional dentistry that goes beyond the basics. Along with general dental care, our skilled professionals offer a range of specialised treatments, including laser surgery, pinhole gum rejuvenation, advanced root canal therapy, contemporary orthodontics, and comprehensive cosmetic enhancements like complete smile makeovers.

If high-quality dental care is what you’re seeking, why not schedule an appointment with us at Beyond Infinity Dental? You can book online or reach out to us at (02) 8806 3799. Our team is committed to providing the reliable, high-quality dental services that our community deserves.

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What is cosmetic dentistry?

Enhancing the appearance of teeth and smiles is the main focus of cosmetic dentistry. Cosmetic dentists provide treatments like teeth whitening, veneers, and aligners that not only enhance aesthetic appeal but can also offer functional benefits, contributing to better overall dental health.

What stages comprise the process of getting dental implants?

The process of getting dental implants is detailed and requires multiple stages, each critical for ensuring the longevity and success of the treatment.

Initial Consultation and Evaluation

The journey begins with a comprehensive dental evaluation where the dentist assesses the patient’s overall oral health, including the presence of severe gum disease, which could complicate the implant process. This initial consultation aims to develop a clear understanding of the patient’s medical history, oral hygiene habits, and bone density to determine their eligibility for implants.

Treatment Planning

Based on the initial assessment, a detailed treatment plan is formulated, taking into account the patient’s specific dental needs. This plan outlines the number of implants needed and the procedures involved, such as potential pre-treatments for achieving optimal oral health before implant placement.

Preparatory Procedures

For patients with severe gum disease, pre-treatment may involve periodontal therapy to restore gum health. Dental implant success heavily relies on the health of the supporting bone and gums, making this stage essential for preventing future complications.

Implant Placement Surgery

The actual placement of the dental implants involves surgically inserting titanium posts into the jawbone under local anaesthesia or sedation. These posts serve as artificial roots onto which the dental prostheses will be mounted. This procedure is performed with precision-guided by the latest dental technology to ensure minimal discomfort and optimal placement.

Healing and Osseointegration

After the implants are placed, a crucial healing period follows, known as osseointegration, during which the implants integrate with the jawbone. This process can take several months and is vital for providing a stable foundation for the new teeth.

Abutment Placement

Once osseointegration is complete, an abutment is attached to each implant. Acting as a connector, the abutment joins the implant to the crown or denture. This phase may require minor surgery to expose the top of the implant if it was covered by gum tissue during the initial surgery.

Prosthetic Attachment

The final step in the dental implant process involves attaching the prosthetic teeth to the abutments. These prosthetics, which could be crowns, bridges, or dentures, are custom-made to match the natural colour and shape of the patient’s teeth, ensuring a seamless aesthetic result.

Post-Operative Care and Maintenance

After the implants and prosthetics have been placed, comprehensive dental care continues with regular follow-up visits. These appointments are crucial for monitoring the implants and ensuring the ongoing health of the patient’s mouth. Patients will also receive detailed guidance on how to care for their implants to maintain optimal oral health.

How are root canal treatments conducted?

Initial Diagnosis and Evaluation

The process begins with a thorough evaluation of the symptomatic tooth and surrounding gums, including dental X-rays or possibly a CT scan to assess the extent of tooth decay and the shape of the root canals. This diagnostic stage is crucial to determine the viability of root canal treatment and to plan the procedure accurately.

Preparing the Patient

Once root canal treatment is deemed necessary, the area around the affected tooth is numbed using local anaesthesia to ensure the patient’s comfort during the procedure. A dental dam might be placed to isolate the tooth and prevent contamination of the root canals during treatment.

Accessing the Root Canal

Using precise tools, the dentist creates a small access hole in the tooth’s crown to access the pulp chamber. This step is critical as it allows the removal of infected or dead pulp from the root canal system using specialised dental instruments.

Cleaning the Root Canal

With the pulp removed, the next step involves thoroughly cleaning the root canal and pulp chamber using small files. During this process, the canals are flushed with an antibacterial solution to remove debris and disinfect the area, reducing the risk of further infection.

Shaping the Canals

After cleaning, the canals are carefully shaped with progressively larger files to prepare them for the filling material. This shaping is essential to ensure the fillings bond securely and seal the canals effectively, preventing bacteria from re-entering.

Filling the Root Canals

The dentist fills the cleaned and shaped root canals with a biocompatible material, typically gutta-percha, and seals them securely using dental cement. This step is crucial to prevent contamination of the root canals and to restore the tooth’s structure and function.

Rebuilding the Tooth

After the root canal treatment, the access hole made at the beginning of the procedure is filled. Often, the tooth will need further restoration with a crown to protect and stabilise the remaining structure, as teeth treated with root canal therapy can become brittle.

Post-Treatment Care

Following the procedure, the patient may experience some tenderness or discomfort, which usually subsides within a few days. Proper oral hygiene practices, such as regular brushing and flossing, are essential to ensure healing and to prevent future tooth decay or infection.

What are dental emergencies?

A dental emergency refers to any situation where immediate dental care is needed to alleviate severe pain, control bleeding, or save a tooth. This includes cases like severe toothache, knocked-out teeth, or significant trauma to the mouth, requiring urgent attention from a dental professional.

Note: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

BEAUTIFY YOUR SMILE TODAY

The team at our dental clinic is committed to superior and expansive dental treatments.