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    Why Choose Quay Dental For Cosmetic Dentistry treatment?​

    Get the smile you’ll be proud to show off

    Are you afraid to smile because you don’t want to show off stained, misaligned, broken, or missing teeth? A beautiful smile can give you the confidence you need to conquer personal and professional challenges, and, if you’re looking for cosmetic dentistry in Sydney CBD, Quay Dental can give you that smile. We offer a range of cosmetic dentistry  and dental treatments, including but not limited to:
    Cosmetic Dentistry - get the smile

    Porcelain Veneers

    Porcelain veneers are very thin shells, custom-made to fit perfectly over the fronts of your teeth. They can remedy a number of cosmetic issues, including misshapen teeth, staining, minor cracks and chips, misalignment, gaps, and/or a gummy smile. Because they aren’t porous, they will not stain or darken over time, and they can create a perfect, natural look that you’ll love. Whether you’re looking to improve the colour, shape, or size of your teeth, our clinic has the expertise to deliver outstanding results with our comprehensive range of porcelain veneers in Sydney.

    Composite Veneers

    Used to correct many of the same issues as porcelain veneers, with composite bonding we place and mould a composite resin over your teeth to close gaps, cover imperfections, and make teeth appear more regular. Composite bonding is ideal for those who want to improve their smiles without removing any of the structure of their teeth, as would be necessary with crowns or most veneers. We offer a range of veneer treatments to enhance the appearance of your smile, including composite veneers in Sydney CBD, dental veneers, and porcelain veneers.

    Porcelain Crowns

    If your teeth have been weakened or damaged and need to be reinforced with crowns, you can now choose porcelain crowns instead of some of the older methods for a more natural look and feel. Porcelain crowns can be matched to the colour of your teeth and are durable and attractive, too.

    The Quay Dental Team

    Our team of professional dentists and assistants work to give each and every one of our patients a positive, comfortable, and relaxed experience while maintaining the highest standards of care. We are constantly working to stay up to date on all of the latest in dental care. From technology to techniques, we are here for you with the best methods and procedures for your needs.

    Our patients support us

    Mark Adams
    Mark Adams
    2023-10-23
    Needed an emergency filling after travelling from Melb to Syd. So helpful, fitted me in and had me out in less than 30mins. Thanks team at Quay Detanl
    Saleh
    Saleh
    2023-10-16
    My condition was very complicated. I went to many dentists, and it was a long journey for over 10 years. After consulting with Dr. Alhan (I wish I had come to her from the beginning), she is very dedicated and precise in dental treatment and cleaning. She referred me to the best orthodontist and the best jaw surgeon, so I underwent double jaw surgery. Dr. Alhan also performed gum treatment, fillings, and replaced all the crowns. The results were amazing, and I can't believe the significant difference before and after the treatment. My smile is more attractive than ever. Despite having crowns on the front teeth, they look natural due to the precision in color and shape selection. Thank you so much, Dr. Alhan. I highly recommend anyone in need of a dentist to visit her.
    Peter Zhong
    Peter Zhong
    2023-10-11
    Fantastic service from Ricky as always
    Ken Christensen
    Ken Christensen
    2023-09-29
    Have been a customer for years, mostly for cleans but also for to replace a lot of my 60year old childhood fillings. Excellent and gentle service. A special recommendation for Erica Kim, my favourite dentist.
    David Gasan
    David Gasan
    2023-09-28
    Punctual, professional and pleasant
    Kayle DDC
    Kayle DDC
    2023-09-26
    Easy booking process, friendly staff and overall good experience
    yige gao
    yige gao
    2023-09-22
    Dr. Farjo makes it quick and easy. Very efficent. Great team
    Marsha Low
    Marsha Low
    2023-09-05
    A very big thank you to Ricky today for his amazing and exceptional dental expertise, gentle care, patience and attention to detail in looking after my teeth, especially as I have braces so creates added complications! He's always happy to answer any questions I have with a cheerful smile and I feel very comfortable knowing that my teeth are getting the very best dental care.  And a big shout out to Kenya too for her excellent client service & being so friendly and welcoming at reception.

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    Common Questions About Root Canal Treatment

    A root canal is a dental procedure used to treat a tooth that has become infected or inflamed. It involves removing the infected or damaged pulp (the soft tissue inside the tooth), cleaning and disinfecting the root canals, and filling them with a special material to prevent further infection. The procedure is typically performed by a dentist or endodontist (a specialist in root canal treatment) and is done under local anesthesia to ensure that the patient is comfortable throughout the process. A root canal may be necessary when a tooth has deep decay, a crack or chip, or trauma that has damaged the pulp. If left untreated, an infected or inflamed tooth can cause pain, swelling, and even lead to the formation of an abscess. After the root canal procedure, the tooth will be restored with a filling or crown to protect it and restore its function. With proper care, a treated tooth can last a lifetime.

    A root canal is necessary when the soft tissue inside a tooth, called the pulp, becomes infected or inflamed. This can happen due to deep decay, cracks or chips in the tooth, trauma to the tooth, or multiple dental procedures on the same tooth. If the infection or inflammation is not treated, it can spread to the surrounding tissues and cause pain, swelling, and other complications.

    During a root canal procedure, the infected or damaged pulp is removed from the tooth, and the root canals are cleaned and disinfected. The canals are then filled with a special material to prevent further infection. By removing the infected or inflamed pulp, the tooth can be saved and the pain and swelling associated with the infection can be relieved.

    It’s important to note that a root canal is not always the only option for treating an infected or inflamed tooth. In some cases, a dentist may be able to treat the issue with antibiotics or other non-invasive treatments. However, if the infection is severe or has spread to the surrounding tissues, a root canal may be necessary to save the tooth and prevent further complications.

    A root canal procedure typically involves several steps and may require multiple visits to the dentist or endodontist (a specialist in root canal treatment). Here’s an overview of the process:
    • Examination and X-rays: The dentist or endodontist will examine the affected tooth and take X-rays to determine the extent of the damage and whether a root canal is necessary.
    • Anesthesia: Before the procedure begins, the dentist will numb the area around the affected tooth with local anesthesia to ensure that the patient is comfortable throughout the process.
    • Access to the pulp: The dentist will create a small hole in the top of the tooth to access the pulp chamber and root canals.
    • Removal of the pulp: The infected or damaged pulp is carefully removed from the tooth using specialized tools.
    • Cleaning and shaping of the root canals: The dentist will clean and shape the root canals using small files to ensure that they are free of bacteria and debris.
    • Disinfection: The root canals are disinfected to kill any remaining bacteria and reduce the risk of infection.
    • Filling: The dentist will fill the root canals with a special material called gutta-percha to seal them and prevent further infection.
    • Restoration: After the root canal procedure, the tooth will be restored with a filling or crown to protect it and restore its function.
    • Follow-up: The dentist will schedule a follow-up visit to monitor the healing process and ensure that the tooth is functioning properly.
    The entire process may take several hours, depending on the extent of the damage and the complexity of the procedure. However, with proper care, a treated tooth can last a lifetime.

    Many people are concerned about the pain associated with a root canal procedure. However, with modern techniques and local anesthesia, most patients experience little or no pain during the procedure.

    Before the procedure begins, the dentist or endodontist will numb the area around the affected tooth with local anesthesia to ensure that the patient is comfortable throughout the process. Some patients may feel a slight pinch or pressure when the anesthesia is administered, but this discomfort is usually minimal and short-lived.

    During the procedure, the patient may feel some pressure or vibration as the dentist or endodontist works to remove the infected or damaged pulp and clean the root canals. However, the area around the tooth should be numb, so the patient should not feel any pain.

    After the procedure, the patient may experience some mild discomfort or sensitivity for a few days as the tooth heals. This can usually be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers and should subside within a few days.

    Overall, while a root canal may sound intimidating, modern techniques and anesthesia make the procedure relatively painless for most patients. If you have concerns about pain or discomfort, be sure to talk to your dentist or endodontist before the procedure to discuss your options for pain management.

    The recovery process after a root canal procedure typically involves a few days of mild discomfort or sensitivity as the tooth heals. Here’s what you can expect:

    • Discomfort and sensitivity: After the procedure, you may experience some mild discomfort or sensitivity around the affected tooth for a few days. This is normal and can usually be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen.
    • Rest and recovery: It’s important to rest and avoid strenuous activity for at least a day after the procedure to allow the tooth to heal. You may also need to avoid chewing on the affected tooth until it has been restored with a filling or crown.
    • Oral hygiene: You should continue to brush and floss regularly after the procedure, but be careful not to irritate the affected tooth. Your dentist may recommend using a special mouthwash or toothpaste to help prevent infection and promote healing.
    • Follow-up appointments: Your dentist or endodontist will schedule a follow-up appointment to check on the healing process and ensure that the tooth is functioning properly. Be sure to attend these appointments and follow any instructions provided by your dentist or endodontist.
    • Most patients are able to return to their normal activities within a day or two after a root canal procedure. However, if you experience severe or prolonged pain, swelling, or other complications, be sure to contact your dentist or endodontist right away. With proper care, a treated tooth can last a lifetime.

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