Dental Services

Newtown Dental Care offers an extensive range of services to suit all your needs. Our warm, friendly environment is housed to a team of conscientious staff and experienced dentists who are leaders in their fields. We take pride in placing our patients’ needs as paramount and are pleased to offer dental and oral care of a truly exceptional standard. Our staff will supply you with all necessary information so you have the final say in your treatment.

Oral Hygiene - Preventative Care

Poor hygiene can result in decay and gum disease which may affect your overall vitality and wellbeing. At Newtown Dental Care we aim to provide you with all the information so you can develop a strong oral care routine to help stop any issues before they become problems to keep your smile healthy. This routine should include regular brushing, flossing and a system of check-ups.

This system of check-ups is to give you a professional examination and clean to remove tough plaque or stains; because even the best oral hygiene routine needs a professional touch. Contact our helpful team to arrange your 6-monthly check.


Pursuing sports, recreational activities and an active lifestyle is a huge part of many of our lives but is also the major cause of dental injuries which are often, painful, costly and recurrent. A custom fit mouthguard is the best way to provide your teeth the highest level of protection with maximum comfort, enhancing your breath, communication and sporting experience. A store bought mouthguard can only provide a limited level of protection and are often uncomfortable making it hard to breath and speak.

Contact Newtown Dental Care to arrange a custom fit mouthguard for you or your children. In a range of colours a custom mouthguard is a small investment to safeguard your smile through an active lifestyle.

White Fillings

Composite or ‘white’ fillings provide durable, strong and natural restorations to your teeth. Surpassing their amalgam predecessors, white fillings can be tailored to perfectly match your existing tooth colour.

At Newtown Dental Care we also replace amalgam fillings with composite ones as amalgam can distort in temperature changes and exert unwanted pressure on your teeth.

If you require a filling or wish to replace any existing amalgam fillings contact our friendly team to arrange a consultation.


Veneers are a popular cosmetic treatment that can completely change your smile by altering both the colour and shape of your teeth. This is achieved through custom crafted, thin shells which are permanently bonded to the front of your teeth. Generally they are only applied to the front teeth or those visible when you smile and are commonly used to treat discoloured, chipped, stained, gapped or unsatisfying teeth.

If you’re unhappy with the appearance of your teeth, or want a different smile, contact Newtown Dental Care to arrange a consultation.

Bridges & Crowns

Dental crowns and bridges are restoration techniques which are bonded to dental implants or existing teeth. They are expertly crafted prosthetic pieces to replace missing or damaged teeth. Restoring strength, functionality and a natural appearance, crowns and bridges have superseded dentures and provide a natural solution to tooth loss.

A crown is either a full restoration (new tooth) which is affixed to a dental implant or a small cap, designed to fit over a damaged tooth. A bridge is attached to either side of a crown/s to secure their position and is a commonly used technique to replace one or many missing teeth. At Newtown Dental Care we offer a range of crown and bridge options to meet your individual requirements. Call our friendly team to discuss crowns and bridges or schedule an appointment.

Gum (Periodontal) Treatment

Throughout its early stages periodontal disease is known as gingivitis and is a reversible condition. Gingivitis is cause by a plaque build-up around your tooth and gum line, which then begins to attack supporting tissues. Symptoms can include a sour taste in the mouth, bad breath, red or swollen gums and bleeding from the gum line. If left untreated, gingivitis can advance into periodontitus as bacteria delves deeper into the gums and attacks surrounding ligaments and bone. This later stage cannot be reversed, however it can be effectively treated to stop and spreading.

Periodontitus is the most prominent cause of tooth loss among adults[1]. Gum disease is extremely common and almost everyone experiences it at some stage throughout their lifetime. The most effective way to combat periodontal disease is through an effective oral hygiene routine and system of regular check-ups so we can stop it before it starts.

If you are experience any of these symptoms, are concerned about your gums or just to arrange a check our friendly team to arrange a consultation.

[1] American Academy of Periodontology, How to Keep a Healthy Smile for Life, accessed on June 2011,

Endodontic Treatment

The best course of treatment for a severely infected tooth has previously been its extraction. Newtown Dental Care believes it to be more beneficial for you to retain your original tooth, opposed to an artificial one. Endodontic or root canal treatment is way to salvage these severely infected teeth to keep your natural, quality smile.

Infection usually occurs at the ‘pulp’ of the tooth where the nerve tissues and blood vessels which are needed for the tooth’s sustenance and development are found. Infection here is notoriously painful and often requires efficient treatment and depending on the severity of the case, options may vary.

Firstly, the infect pulp is removed and the root is cleaned and sterilised. To prevent any further infection or discomfort it is then sealed with a white willing that is tailored to match your existing tooth colour to leave your smile looking seamless and natural. Our dedicated team recommends some follow up consultations to ensure that you teeth heal correctly and without complication. In the majority of cases the tooth retains full functionality, is durable and aesthetically pleasing. However, if required a crown can be fitted over the tooth to enhance its strength and appearance.

If you’re experiencing any pain or discomfort contact our caring team today to arrange an appointment with an experienced dentist.

Teeth Whitening

Simple, effective and easy to complete, teeth whitening is a common cosmetic dental treatment that can lighten the colour of your teeth up to eight shades.

The natural colour of our teeth can vary greatly, and food and drinks such as beetroot, soy sauce, coffee, alcohol and smoking all pose constant challenges to our tooths brightness. Through relatively inexpensive treatments, tooth whitening is a quick, easy solution to these challenges.

At Newtown Dental Care we have a specialist whitening kit which you can take home and complete in your own time over a two week period. First we will fit you with trays for your upper and lower jaw which you then just fill with the whitening solution and apply to your teeth. Opposed to in chair whitening, once you have these trays you can repeat the process as you require. All you will have to buy is the whitening solution.

Contact our helpful team to discuss tooth whitening options for you.

Dental Implants

Dental Implants are a safe and easy way to replace missing teeth. If you have any missing teeth or dentures, dental implants can restore functionality, durability, strength and a natural appearance.

Not to be confused with a crown, a dental implant is an artificial root to which a new tooth is fixed. Predominantly made of titanium as it is safe and biocompatible implants are a permanent solution that your bone will grow and bond with. Once this bonding process is complete a restorative tooth (known as a crown) is affixed to give your smile a seamless, strong and functional fix.

At Newtown Dental Care we believe dental implants are a safe, sound and effective solution to missing teeth. Contact our experienced staff for any more information or to arrange a consultation.

TMJ Treatment

o you suffer from a stiff neck, worn teeth, headaches, popping jaw joints, back pain or ear aches? Not only is this uncomfortable and painful but it can also signify that you are one of the many sufferers of TMJ Dysfunction. TMJ is a common problem which often remains undiagnosed for long periods of time. The TMJ (temporomandibular joint) is your jaw joint that attaches the lower jaw to the skull. TMJ dysfunction causes disruption to basic functions such as chewing, swallowing, yawning and breathing, coughing and talking which can in turn cause these symptoms. Treatment options can vary depending on the diagnosis. Our experience staff at Newtown Dental Care offer a range of treatment options depending on the nature of the dysfunction, including:

  •  Home care for a short period
  •  Use of anti-inflammatory agents
  •  Splints (several types available)
  •  Equilibration of the teeth
  •  Stabilisation with a combination of the above

Of you suffer from any of the above symptoms or would like more information contact our friendly team to arrange an appointment.

Additonal Services we offer include:


Care Beyond The Chair
Every family experiences the unexpected lumps, bumps, and bruises that come with life. An 8-year-old Superman who crashes to earth, an errant skateboard under Dad’s feet or a rogue cricket ball on a Saturday morning are the kinds of random accidents that can leave you with little to smile about.

Accidental dental damage only needs to happen once to put a sizeable dent in your family budget. Many general health insurers will only cover a small proportion of dental treatments and most have long waiting periods fo up to 12 months before you can claim.

That’s why Dental Care Network as introduced Dentisture™ – free dental accident coverage to protect you against the unexpected.

You trust our dentist to care for your family’s oral well being. It’s good to know that every Dental Care Network practice now offers Dentisture™ to extend that care beyond the chair.

How it works
In the event of a dental accident, call to lodge the incident.

The number to call is your Dental Care Network practice, advising there has been an accident and arranging to be seen as quickly as possible.

Pay your treatment direct to the practice at the time of your appointment, Dentisure™ will reimburse you for the dental related costs up to $5,000 per calendar year for approved claims. Terms and conditions apply.

Cost and Benefits
How Much Does It Cost

Dentisture™ is completely free to patients who meet the eligibility criteria! There has never been a more affordable way to prepare for life’s little surprises.

The Benefits
Dentisure™ offers you and your family the financial security of up to $5,000 coverage per calendar year.

1. Easy eligibility critera
2. Simple application process
3. No waiting periods

For full terms and conditions visit

Who is Eligible?

Dentisure™ is easy to access. To be eligible, a person at the time of the accident must:

  1. Be registered for Dentisure at for a minimum period of 3 months
  2. You must be under 85 years of age
  3. Be an Australian Resident
  4. Have visited a Dental Care Network practice at least once in the last twelve months prior to the accident

For full terms and conditions visit

For enquiries, email

It’s that simple!

How Do I Apply?

Only from Dental Care Network.

It is so simple to register for Dentisure™!

  1. There’s no complicated paperwork. Simply fill in the registration details on Dental Care Network.
  2. Book an appointment to visit any of our Dental Care Network practices every 12 months.
  3. Smile knowing you and your family are covered against random skateboards, whizzing cricket balls and the misadventures of not-so-invincible Superheroes!

Terms and Conditions

For the complete set of terms and conditions for Dentisure, please visit If you have any further questions contact our friendly team who will be happy to assist.

How do I make a claim?

Claims can be submitted in the following ways:

  1. Email:
  2. Phone: 1800 789 149

Claims must be supported by original reports and documentation. These may be police or accident reports, doctors’ or hospital reports, as appropriate.

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