Family Dentist Penrith: Best Dental Care in Penrith

A modern and welcoming dental clinic for all your family’s dental needs. Our experienced team offers a range of family dentistry services to keep your family's smiles healthy and happy.


Family Dental In Penrith

We work with you, creating personalised dental hygiene plans that include gentle examinations, teeth cleaning and other diagnostic treatments.
We aim to prevent and treat dental issues early on – saving you time, money and the discomfort of more serious oral health problems.

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At our Penrith based dental clinic, we provide a range of general dentistry services including:

Scale and clean

X-rays and examinations

Flouride Treatment



Bruxism and Grinding

Trauma and Accident Management

Tooth Extraction

We understand that visiting the dentist can be an anxious experience for some people.

With that in mind, we aim to create a warm, friendly and welcoming environment that will make dental visits a breeze. Our team are committed to providing personalised dental treatments with a gentle touch.

We utilise the latest dental technology and techniques to ensure the highest standard of care and comfort for people of all ages. We take the time to explain procedures, answer any questions and ensure you feel informed.

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What dental care
do my children need?

Dental care for your child begins from age 1 or when their first tooth appears.
Check-ups for your child are essential as we can help monitor the development of their teeth, detect any dental problems early on and provide preventative care.
From age 4, it’s recommended for children to see the dentist every 6 months. From here on the standard dental check-ups kick in with x-rays sometimes needed to check for cavities.
Aside from dental visits, it’s the little things you do each day that make the biggest impact – brushing and flossing your child’s teeth (until around age 8-10 when they have mastered the skills themselves) and avoiding sugary drinks and foods that cause tooth decay.
You’ll save on expensive dental work when you look after your child’s teeth from early on.

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Why trust Sydney Smile Doctor with your family dental care?

Our experienced team at Sydney Smile Doctor provide a caring and comfortable environment for the entire family.

We use gentle dental techniques and advanced dental technologies to ensure the very best of care and comfort.

Our staff also love to make kids smile! We've provided dental care for many children over the years and are experts at creating a fun and relaxed environment.

Child Dental
Benefits Scheme

If you have children under 18 they may be eligible to access up to $1000 in dental service benefits over 2 calendar years through the Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS).

Before you visit, we suggest checking your child’s eligibility and CDBS balance through your Medicare online account on myGov.

See our offers

Please refer to our terms and conditions for details on these offers.

Family Dental
Save $175
Get the check up and clean your family need for only $549 - includes a comprehensive exam plus scale, clean and x-rays (if required).
2 Adults + 2 Kids
30 min Comprehensive Exam
Scale & Clean
Free Kids Dental
Save $125
Your child may be eligible to access up to $1000 in dental service benefits over 2 calendar years through the Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS).
Children aged 2-17 years
$1,000 per eligible child
Includes all general dentistry
Excludes orthodontics & cosmetic
Limitations apply


Is dummy sucking bad for my child’s teeth?

Dummy sucking can cause teeth misalignment and other dental problems if it persists beyond a certain age. It is recommended that children stop using dummies by the age of 2 to avoid these issues. Talk to your dentist for further tips and information.

Is thumb sucking bad for my children’s teeth?

Thumb sucking can also cause dental problems, including misaligned teeth and jaw development issues. If the habit persists beyond age 4, it may be time to intervene and help your child break the habit. Talk to your dentist for further tips and information.

When should I start using toothpaste on my child’s teeth?

You can start using a small smear of fluoride toothpaste on a soft bristled brush to clean your child’s teeth as soon as they appear. There are specific toothpastes for younger children (usually for 0-3 years of age) available at the supermarket and pharmacy.

At what age should my child first visit the dentist?

The Australian Dental Association recommends that a child’s first dental visit should occur around the time their first tooth appears in their mouth or at 1 year of age, whichever comes first.

How can I prepare my child for their first dentist appointment?

To prepare your child for their first dental appointment, it can be helpful to read books or watch videos about going to the dentist, talk to them about what to expect, and reassure them that it will be a positive experience.

What should I expect during my child’s first dental appointment?

During your child's first dental appointment, the dentist will examine their teeth, gums, and mouth, and may take X-rays if necessary. The dentist will also talk to you about oral hygiene, tooth brushing, and answer any questions you may have.

How often should my child go to the dentist for a check-up?

It is generally recommended that children go to the dentist for a check-up every six month. However, your child’s dentist may recommend a different schedule based on their individual needs.

How can I help my child overcome fear or anxiety about going to the dentist? 

You can help your child overcome fear or anxiety about going to the dentist by talking to them about what to expect, using positive language, and reinforcing good oral hygiene practices at home. Watching videos or reading children’s books about visiting the dentist can be helpful too.

Can a cavity go away?

No, unfortunately a cavity cannot go away on its own. If left untreated, it can get larger and lead to more serious dental problems. It is important to get cavities filled as soon as possible to prevent further damage to the tooth.

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