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SNK Dental Clinic has provided St Marys and surrounding areas with quality and comprehensive dental services for over 30 years. We believe in keeping our community healthy, and we’re committed to exceeding the expectations of our patients with cutting edge services. Let us provide you with the personalised care you deserve.
Tel. 02 9623 1398
Shop 4, 211-217 Queent Street
St Marys NSW 2760
Monday - Friday 9:00AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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Dentures are plates constructed to replace missing teeth. Conventional dentures are removable, however there are designs which rely on bonding or clasping to existing teeth or implants. Dentures are most commonly made from acrylic or cobalt chrome.
A crown completely caps a tooth or dental implant. Crowns are often needed when a large decay affaects the health of a tooth.
A bridge is used to replace one or more missing teeth by joining an artificial tooth to an adjacent tooth or implant.
Veneers are a layer of material placed over the front surface of a tooth to improve the aesthetics of a smile. There are two main types of material used for veneers, composite and porcelain.
A mouth guard is a protective guard that prevents and reduces injury to the teeth. Most commonly a mouth guard is used to prevent injury in contact sports.
A Splint is a removable appliance that is worn at night to reduce the amount of grinding pressure.
Root canal treatment is a procedure to save a tooth that has experienced trauma or decay that has extend into the nerve. The root canal procedure involves cleaning, shaping and sealing off the roots of the tooth. A root canal tooth requires a crown to ensure the longevity of the tooth.
A dental implant is a procedure that involves a metal fixture (similar to a screw) being fixed into the jawbone, which then acts as an anchor to support a false tooth (crown). Implant are a permanent option to missing teeth, which resemble a natural tooth.
We provide gentle, quality dental care for children of all ages, making a trip to the dentist a piece of cake! Children may also be eligible for the Medicare Child Dental Benefits Scheme, providing $1000 of dental treatment per two calendar years.
Regular hygiene and check-up appointments are essential to maintain optimum tooth and gum health.
Preventative dental treatment is always the best option in oral health care, so book in for your 6 monthly check up and clean appointment.