The Smile Circle warmly welcomes you, serving as your trusted partner for comprehensive oral well-being.
In the heart of Five Dock, The Smile Circle stands as a beacon of quality dental care. Our warm and friendly team is well-trained to address all dental concerns, from routine check-ups to more complex procedures. We understand the importance of feeling comfortable during a visit, so we’ve cultivated a welcoming atmosphere that eases any anxiety. With a commitment to continuous education and staying updated with modern practices, we ensure every patient receives the most effective and comforting care.
At The Smile Circle, our vision goes beyond just treating teeth. We envision a world where every individual wears their smile with pride, confidence, and comfort. Dental care, for us, isn’t just a profession – it’s a passion and a commitment to enhance the quality of life for our community in Five Dock and beyond. Our mission is to be there for our patients at every stage of their dental journey. From a child’s first visit to addressing the dental needs of our senior community, we’re dedicated to ensuring everyone feels at home when they’re with us.
We invest in continuous education, training, and the latest technology, including in-house CBCT and iTero intraoral scanner, not because it’s trendy, but because we genuinely believe our patients deserve the best. We are more than just a dental practice; we’re a community of caregivers. We listen, we understand, and we tailor our services to match each unique smile. Our vision is to build lasting relationships and ensure that, with our support, every individual can share their smile with the world without hesitation.
At The Smile Circle, we’re not just about procedures; we’re about people. We believe in offering treatments that truly benefit our patients. Whether you opt for a revitalising Airflow clean, a transformative Invisalign journey, or our meticulous DSD (Digital Smile Design), our approach is always patient-centred. Our array of treatments ensures you always find what’s best for your unique smile, all in a compassionate environment.
Dr. Shetty has been my dentist for a number of years now. She has always been thorough and knowledgeable and has a very calming approach which makes visits most pleasant. I have no hesitation in recommending her.
My family and I are patients of Dr Shetty for 10years. Her warm and cheerful demenour make every visit less stressful. Dr Shetty is meticulous and really cares about her patients. Her new practice, The Smile Circle is inviting and she uses new technoloy to achieve the best results. We would happily recommend her service to everyone.
Whether we like it or not, we all have to go to the dentist. Di Shetty has been my dentist for many years now. She has always been thorough and knowledgeable and has a very calming/friendly, approach which makes visits most pleasant. I have no hesitation in recommending her
We are conveniently located across the road from Dr Shetty's old practice.
During your consultation, you will be provided with the treatment options available, and you can then decide on the most suitable treatment plan based on this discussion.
Cosmetic dentistry encompasses a range of dental treatments aimed at enhancing the appearance of teeth and gums. While the primary goal is aesthetic improvement, many of these treatments also bolster the health and functionality of the teeth.
Teeth whitening is a procedure that brightens discoloured or stained teeth. Over time, due to consumption of certain foods, drinks, or habits like smoking, teeth can discolour. Whitening treatments, whether in-office or take-home kits, can significantly enhance the brightness of your smile.
Though wisdom teeth extraction is mainly a functional procedure, it can also fall under cosmetic dentistry when these teeth are impacted, misaligned, or crowding other teeth, affecting the overall appearance of the smile. The removal or management of wisdom teeth can ensure the alignment and aesthetic look of the surrounding teeth remains intact.
Crafted from either porcelain or composite material, dental veneers are ultra-thin shells meticulously tailored to fit the frontal surface of a tooth. Veneers can change the colour, size, shape, or length of the teeth, masking imperfections like cracks, chips, or severe staining.
For the restoration of missing teeth, dental implants are precisely inserted into the jawbone, serving as sturdy supports for replacement teeth. Implants can offer a more natural-looking solution than dentures or bridges.
This isn’t just about braces anymore. Modern orthodontics in cosmetic dentistry can include clear aligners and other discreet methods to straighten and align teeth for both aesthetic and functional improvements.
Dental emergencies, by nature, are unexpected, alarming, and often require immediate attention. Not all dental issues fall under this category, but certain conditions demand urgent care to prevent further complications or salvage a tooth. Recognising what constitutes a dental emergency is crucial for getting timely treatment and addressing dental needs efficiently.
A reputable full-service dental practice like ours is equipped to handle all kinds of emergencies. We understand the dental needs of patients and have the necessary resources to provide instant relief and appropriate treatment solutions.
General dentistry encompasses a broad range of services focused on the maintenance of healthy teeth and gums. It’s the primary care realm within dentistry, ensuring that individuals of all ages maintain optimal oral health. Below are some of the core services that fall under general dentistry.
Dental anxiety is common, and general dentistry recognises this. Our dental practice offers sedation options and employs gentle techniques to ensure that even the most anxious patients feel comfortable and at ease.
Bleeding gums are often a sign of underlying oral health issues. Common causes include gingivitis, which results from the buildup of plaque at the gum line due to inadequate brushing and flossing; periodontitis, a more severe form of gum disease that affects the bone and tissues holding the teeth; brushing too hard or using a hard-bristle toothbrush which can cause trauma to the gums; flossing irregularly or with improper technique; and certain medications, such as blood thinners, which can increase the likelihood of bleeding.
Note: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.
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