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Our Modern Facility Has Everything You Need to Manage Your Dental Problems.

Dental problems can be incredibly painful and often require expensive treatments. They can range from bad breath and bleeding gums to more serious conditions like gum disease and tooth decay. What’s even worse is that in severe cases, these problems can result in losing your natural teeth.

You may not realize how painful dental problems can be until it’s too late to seek treatment, but the longer you wait, the worse they may get. In addition to causing discomfort, dental problems can also lead to infection, which can spread to other parts of your body. If you have a toothache, for instance, bacteria from the infection can travel through your bloodstream and cause serious health problems.

There are a wide range of options to manage your dental problems. You don’t have to struggle with any dental issues anymore. Dentalcare of Forrestfield is fully equipped to handle any dental problem you might have and will be happy to assist you. From general, cosmetic and restorative dentistry, we’ve got everything you need under one roof. Experience what it feels to be treated like a family in your dental care. Schedule an appointment with us today to start enjoying a healthier smile!

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Dental Problems We Can Help You With



You may be grinding your teeth while sleeping without realizing it. This is called bruxism, and it can lead to serious dental problems. Dentalcare of Forrestfield offers effective bruxism dental treatment to help protect your teeth. We will work with you to create a custom treatment plan that may include bite appliances or splints.

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Bad Breath

Bad breath can be a deeply embarrassing problem. In fact, many of our patients come to us feeling frustrated and hopeless after trying to cover up their bad breath with mints, gum, and other power products. The good news is that we can help! The dental professionals in Dentalcare of Forrestfield offer a variety of treatment options for bad breath, ranging from simple at-home remedies to more advanced procedures.

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Bleeding Gums

Bleeding gums can be a sign of gingivitis, which is an early stage of gum disease. If left untreated, gingivitis can progress to periodontitis, a more serious form of gum disease that can lead to tooth loss. Our bleeding gums treatment can help to remove the bacteria that causes gingivitis and restore your gums to excellent condition.

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Gum Disease

Gum disease is one of the most common dental problems, affecting millions of Australians. Without treatment, it can lead to tooth loss, bone loss, and an increased risk of other health problems. Fortunately, gum disease is highly manageable, and at Dentalcare of Forrestfield, we offer a range of effective treatments.

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Dry Socket

One of the most painful dental conditions is dry socket. This occurs when the protective scab forms over the empty socket too soon, allowing bacteria to enter and become infected. When this happens, you'll likely experience severe pain, swelling, and bad breath. If you think you may have a dry socket, don't hesitate to contact us at Dentalcare of Forrestfield; we'll take X-rays to confirm the diagnosis and then provide treatment to relieve your pain and promote healing.

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Stained Teeth

Stained teeth can be caused by a number of factors, including smoking, eating certain foods and drinks, and taking certain medications. Make your smile brighter with our safe and gentle professional teeth whitening treatments today!



Whether it's hot or cold food and drink, or even just your morning cup of coffee, sensitive teeth can make enjoying your favorite things difficult. At Dentalcare of Forrestfield, we offer a range of dental treatments to help ease the discomfort and get you back to enjoying life once more.

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Crooked Teeth

Having crooked teeth can be more than just a cosmetic issue—it can also lead to problems with chewing and speaking. Whether you're looking for traditional braces or the latest in clear aligner technology, we can help you achieve the smile of your dreams. Give us a call today to get started on the path to a straighter smile!

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Tooth Gaps

If you are self-conscious about spaces between your teeth, we provide simple and effective treatment that can give you the confident smile you've always wanted. During the consultation, we will assess the spacing of your teeth and discuss your treatment options.

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Bite Problems

We offer a variety of treatment options to help our patients regain confidence in their smiles; whether you're dealing with an overbite, underbite, or crossbite, we can help get the care you need to find relief. The perfect bite is finally within reach with the help of our modern clinic's modern technology and techniques.

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Severe Toothache

Severe toothache can be extremely painful and make it difficult to eat, sleep, or even speak. At Dentalcare of Forrestfield, we offer a range of dental services to help relieve your toothache and get you back to feeling your best. The team of experienced dentists at our clinic can provide everything from fillings and extractions to root canals and crowns.

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Wisdom Teeth Pain

At Dentalcare of Forrestfield, we can prescribe medication to help manage the impacted wisdom teeth pain, and we also offer sedation dentistry for those who are particularly anxious about having their wisdom teeth removed. The dentists at our cutting-edge office will make sure that you're as comfortable as possible throughout the treatment process.

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Knocked Out Tooth

Most knocked-out teeth are the result of an accident or injury. If not addressed promptly, it can lead to infection, damage to the surrounding teeth, and even permanent loss of the tooth.

The friendly dentists at Dentalcare of Forrestfield are dedicated to providing quick and effective treatment for knocked-out teeth; we will work quickly to clean and disinfect the tooth, and then determine the optimal way to reattach it.

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Missing Crowns and Fillings

Our state-of-the-art facility offers treatment designed to replace missing or damaged teeth with natural-looking artificial ones. We use high-quality materials that are matched to your existing teeth, so your new crown or filling will blend in seamlessly. Plus, we take great care to ensure that your new dental work is comfortable and functions just like your natural teeth.

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Dental Abscess

Abscesses in the mouth can cause pain, and if left unchecked, can lead to serious dental damage. At Dentalcare of Forrestfield, we offer a variety of treatment options for dental abscesses depending on the severity of the infection. For minor infections, we may recommend a course of antibiotics, while for more severe infections, we may need to perform a root canal procedure to remove the infected tissue and save your tooth.

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Chipped or Broken Teeth

If you're dealing with a chipped or broken tooth, we offer a variety of treatment options depending on the extent of the damage. If the chip is small and doesn't affect the alignment of your bite, we may be able to smooth it down with a simple filling. For more extensive damage, we may recommend a dental crown to restore both the function and the appearance of your tooth.

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Missing Teeth

Regain your complete, glowing smile with our treatment options at Dentalcare of Forrestfield. Missing one or multiple teeth? We've got you covered! We offer a variety of options for dental implants, bridges and dentures, and the dentists in our office are committed to providing quality care and outstanding results, so you can feel good about your smile again.

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Why Choose
Dentalcare of Forrestfield

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Compassionate and Highly Skilled Dental Team

Dentalcare of Forrestfield is the dental clinic you can trust for all your dental needs. With years of experience, you can rest easy knowing that the dentists at our facility are equipped to handle your dental problems safely and efficiently. We want you to have a wonderful dental experience, so we take the time to listen to your concerns and answer all of your questions.

State-of-the-Art Dental Clinic

We are a brand new, state-of-the-art dental clinic that offers the latest in dental technology and treatments. Our facility uses only top-quality materials and equipment to ensure that you get high-standard care. From your initial consultation to your dental treatment, you can be confident that your dental treatment is performed with precision and accuracy.

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Flexible Payment Offers

Dentalcare of Forrestfield offers a variety of payment plans to help make your dental treatment more budget-friendly. We want to make sure that everyone can have access to quality dental care, so we offer flexible payment options that fit your budget. Whatever your dental problems may be, there’s no reason to delay your treatment, we’re here to help!

Sedation Options

Feeling anxious about your dental treatment? Dentalcare of Forrestfield offers sedation options to help you feel calm and relaxed during your visit. We want you to have a positive experience, and our team is dedicated to providing you with gentle treatment from start to finish. With our sedation options, you can now prevent your dental problems simply and easily!

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Frequently Asked Questions About
Dental Problems

It’s important to visit your dentist regularly, even if you don’t have any dental problems. Your dentist can help prevent dental problems from developing and catch them early if they do develop. But how do you know when it’s time to see your dentist?

Here are some signs that it’s time for a dental appointment:

  • Your gums are inflamed, red or bleeding.
    Gum disease is the most common reason for bleeding gums, and it can progress quickly if left untreated. Even at an early stage, gum disease can cause damage to your teeth and gums, so it’s important to seek professional help as soon as you notice any symptoms. Your dentist will be able to advise you on the right course of treatment to restore your oral health.

  • If you chip, crack or lose a tooth.
    It’s important to see your dentist regularly for a cleaning and check-up, but there are some dental problems that warrant an immediate trip to the dentist. If you chip, crack or lose a tooth, it’s important to seek treatment right away. Cracking, chipping or losing a tooth due to an accident will require an emergency trip to the dentist. If left untreated, it can cause extreme pain and sensitivity, but it also allows for bacteria to enter the tooth, possibly leading to an infection. By seeing your dentist right away, you can minimise the damage and get on the path to recovery.

  • Noticeable dental abscess.
    If you notice any pus in your mouth, this is a sign of an infection or gum abscess and should be addressed immediately. In extreme cases, bacteria from an abscessed tooth can spread to other parts of the body, which can lead to serious health complications.

  • Consistent bad breath.
    While bad breath can be embarrassing, it could also be the result of a more serious health issue. Persistent bad breath can be a sign of a number of things, from gum disease, or an infection, to any sort of metabolic disorder, including diabetes, acid reflux, and even cancer. Your dentist will be able to identify the cause of your bad breath and provide you with the treatment you need.

  • Persistent bad taste in your mouth.
    If you’re currently experiencing a persistent bad taste in your mouth and it’s not from something you ate or drank, it can be another sign that something is up. A constant foul taste in your mouth could be the result of an abscessed or infected tooth, gingivitis, respiratory problems, or even some medications. If the bad taste is accompanied by pain, swelling, or redness, it’s definitely time to give your dentist a call.

  • Tooth discolouration.
    If you start to notice that your teeth are looking yellow or discolored, it’s probably time for a teeth whitening session. This is a common problem that can be caused by drinking coffee, tea, or wine. However, if you notice that a tooth is starting to change color (to brown or black), this could be a sign of something more serious. In this case, you should see your dentist as soon as possible. They will be able to determine the cause of the discolouration and what treatment is needed.

  • Sharp pains.
    The sooner you see a dentist, the better your chances of overcoming dental pain. Depending on the severity of the pain, it could be a cavity that has developed or, in extreme cases, an abscessed tooth. If the tooth has become infected, you’ll need to seek medical treatment immediately.

While most dental problems can wait for a regular appointment, there are some situations where you need to see a dentist right away. If you have severe pain, swelling, or bleeding, these are all signs that you need urgent dental care. Similarly, if you have an infection or abscess, it’s important to get treatment as soon as possible to avoid complications. If you’re not sure whether your problem is urgent, the ideal thing to do is to call your dentist and explain your symptoms. They will be able to advise you on whether you need to be seen right away or if you can wait for a regular appointment.

Unfortunately, dental problems don’t always happen during normal business hours. And while you may be able to wait a few days or even a week for a non-emergency appointment, there are some situations where you can’t afford to wait. So, what can you do in the meantime?

Here are a few tips for managing your dental problems until you can see your dentist:

  • Use a cold compress to relieve swelling if you have a toothache. You can also take over-the-counter pain medication if needed.

  • Try to avoid eating hard or chewy foods until you can see your dentist if you have a chipped or cracked tooth. If the broken area is sharp, you may want to cover it with a piece of sugarless gum or waxed dental floss to prevent irritation.

  • Don’t wiggle or play with a loose tooth if you have one. You should also avoid chewing on that side of your mouth. Eating soft foods and taking pain medication may help make it more comfortable until you can see the dentist.

If you have any kind of dental emergency, call your dentist right away. They may be able to give you instructions on how to manage the problem at home or schedule an emergency appointment.

There’s no question that dental problems can be costly and painful, so it’s no surprise that people are always looking for ways to prevent them. Fortunately, there are a few simple steps you can take to dramatically reduce your risk of developing dental problems.

First and foremost, routine brushing of the teeth is essential. Ideally, you should brush twice a day, using toothpaste that contains fluoride. In addition, flossing on a daily basis helps to remove plaque and food debris from between the teeth, where brushing alone can’t reach. Finally, regular dental examinations and cleanings are important for catching problems early and keeping your teeth healthy.

So don’t wait until you have a problem to start thinking about prevention—take action today and enjoy a lifetime of healthy smiles.