Endodontist Castle Hill
Located in Norwest, Sydney, NSW, just 6 kilometres from Castle Hill, Australian Dental Specialists is a dental practice providing world class endodontic and periodontic services. The practice aims to provide their patients with the finest specialist endodontic and periodontic treatment by using the latest equipment and techniques. The dental care provided at this practice is done with the highest of integrity, creating a pleasant environment for all patients.
Having established Australian Dental Specialists in Baulkham Hills, Dr Varanyani Yoganathan is an experienced endodontist specialist who has trained both locally and internationally.
She is dedicated to providing ongoing education and mentoring for dentists in private practice and at university with a view to share the latest advancements and techniques. Thus, by using state of the art technology, Dr Yoganathan prides herself on working collaboratively with patients and referrers to provide customised treatment plans and professional excellence in endodontic treatment.
Heading the periodontics department at Australian Dental Specialists, Dr Jeremy Vo is a specialist periodontist and is also a member of the prestigious Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons. He is incredibly dedicated to his work, and in making sure his patients receive the best quality periodontic treatment at Australian Dental Specialists.
At Australian Dental Specialists, the treatment options are designed specifically towards individual patients, using an evidence-based approach and are carefully illustrated and discussed at every point in the journey with the patient. As endodontic specialists, we understand that every patient is different and hence why treatment options are designed for individual patients. For us, it is incredibly important for our patients to feel comfortable and assured in the treatment they are receiving from us.
Our specialist endodontists and periodontists are skilled in extensive dental procedures and treatments, ranging from root canal treatment, also known as endodontic treatment, dental implants, cracked teeth, periodontitis treatment and trauma management. Providing the best quality treatment and practice for our patients, our dental specialists at Australian Dental Specialists ensure that every dental experience is as good as the last one for their patients.
Good oral health is essential to living a long and healthy life. Thus, if you are needing endodontic dental treatment, periodontic dental treatment or any dental surgery, head to Australian Dental Specialists. This dental clinic is conveniently located close to Castle Hill NSW, Pennant Hills, Bella Vista and other surrounding suburbs.
Phone: 02 9680 4311
Fax: 02 8850 6186
Address: Suite 219, 4 Columbia Court, Norwest, Sydney, NSW 2153
Monday to Friday - 8.30am to 5.00pm
Weekend times are available by appointment.
We accept Cash, Cheque, Visa, MasterCard and Eftpos.
Visitor parking is available in the building and plenty of free on street parking is usually available too.
Bus services (North-West T-way bus services 2007) run along Norwest Boulevard, a short walk to the practice.
A train service will be available in 2019.
Other Root Canal Therapy Procedures
Cracked teeth demonstrate many types of symptoms, including pain when chewing, temperature sensitivities, or even the release of biting pressure.
Injuries to the mouth may cause teeth to be pushed or dislodged from their sockets. We may need to reposition and stabilise your tooth.
With regenerative endodontics, we revive or regenerate the tooth’s natural tissue so the root can continue growing, be functional and last you for your lifetime.
Internal bleaching, also referred to as walking bleach, is a technique that is used to whiten the appearance of teeth. Internal bleaching is conducted under the direction of a dentist.
Root end sugery or apicoectomy is the most common surgery used to save damaged teeth. Occasionally, root canal therapy will not be sufficient to heal the tooth and your endodontist will recommend surgery.
There are cases where a tooth that received root canal treatment may fail toheal or pain may continue to exist. The failure can occur months or years after the intial treatment.