Opening Hours: Monday to Friday - 8am to 7pm
Saturday - 8am to 5pm

   Contact : Tel: (02) 9460 1661 | Fax: (02) 9460 4224

All posts by McMahons Point Dental

A smiling girl holding a retainer and an aligner

Overcoming Complex Bite Problems with Braces & Other Tools

Are you considering correcting your teeth with braces but unsure of how effective it will be? Maybe you’ve heard that certain bite problems can’t be corrected with some braces. At McMahons Point Dental, we believe in guiding patients on their orthodontic journey with personalised and honest, expert advice. Our experienced…
Read More
A dentist and dental assistant explaining dental implants to a patient

The Importance of Choosing the Right Implant Dentist

Living with missing teeth or removable dentures can be a daily struggle in more ways than one. That might sound a little bit dramatic, but anyone who’s experienced the consequences of missing teeth knows that this statement rings true. Fortunately, most patients with missing teeth will be great candidates for…
Read More
A woman holds up clear aligners and braces

Why Invisalign Is the Clear Choice

If you’ve considered straightening your teeth and aligning your smile, you’ve probably thought about a range of orthodontic treatments. Modern technologies and techniques mean there are many ways to achieve your perfect smile. As well as a wide range of options for braces, patients can now invest in clear, removable…
Read More
A tired man rubs his nose - CPAP vs dental appliances

Sleep Apnoea Treatment: CPAP Machines vs. Dental Appliances

Affecting around one-third of the population and more prevalent in older men, Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA) is more common than many people think. OSA is a sleep disorder that partially or completely blocks the airway, leading to pauses in breath, shallow breathing and a lack of oxygen to the brain.…
Read More
A group of teenage girls smile for a selfie

Consider Clear Aligners Instead of Braces for Your Teen

For many children and teenagers, effective orthodontic treatment is an important part of their childhood and development. Orthodontic treatments can address your child’s dental problems early on, giving them the confidence to smile and giving their teeth a chance to grow naturally and healthily. Braces and aligners can even improve…
Read More
A smiling cartoon child holding a toothbrush and toothpaste

Brushing Your Teeth – Creating Healthy Habits in Children

Brushing your teeth regularly is one of those fundamental lessons you learn in childhood that prepare you for a healthy life. Unfortunately, just like eating their broccoli or putting their phones away, children aren’t always interested in doing what’s right. To prepare your children for a lifetime of good oral…
Read More
Xray before dental implants procedure

The Hidden Benefits of Dental Implants

Some people choose dental implants for cosmetic reasons – to provide the smile they always wanted – while other people choose dental implants for practical reasons. Naturally, most of us wish the teeth we were given would never need to be replaced. Sadly, this sometimes isn’t the case. But no…
Read More
Healthy Living - Staying Helathy - Dental health and wellbeing

Eat Well, Train Well, Live Well

Motivation and Support for Weight Loss and a Great Lifestyle Losing weight can sometimes make us look better but this isn’t all we should focus on. What’s more important is that we are providing our bodies with the best food it can get and that we’re engaging with exercises that…
Read More
CPAP machine

Understanding CPAP–How to Deal with the Initial Discomfort

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) is a form of treatment used to address Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (interrupted sleep due to breathing problems). The patient is fitted with a mask that delivers continuous airflow through a tube into the patient’s mouth and nose at a pressure that forces the airway to…
Read More

A True History of Falsies

Looks a bit glum, doesn’t he? When compared to other portraits of Washington, you can see that his lower jaw is protruding unnaturally and the muscles around his mouth appear to be engaging in an effort to keep his lips closed. This has been attributed to the spring- loaded dentures…
Read More