As a family based practice we have treated many generations of patients and treat children of all ages. We have a fun child play area with books, toys and colouring for your child to explore and relax in before their appointment.
Birth to six months of age:
Six to 12 months of age:
Twelve to 24 months of age:
Proper care of a child’s deciduous teeth (also known as “baby” or primary teeth) is very important as these teeth hold space for the future eruption of permanent teeth.
Most children begin losing their baby teeth around the ages five or six–usually the front teeth first. They continue to lose baby teeth until the age of 12 or 13 when all of the permanent teeth finally come through, except for the third molars (wisdom teeth). These molars begin to appear around age 17 to 21.
Monday to Friday
7.00am to 6.00pm
8.00am to 12.00pm
Dr sean kebritiDr Sean Kebriti graduated from the University of Sydney with First class honours
dr tanya wiendelsDr Tanya Wiendels graduated from McGill University, Montreal with a Bachelors
Dr john wongDr John David Wong Oral Surgeon
Keith AndertonDental Prosthetist Dip.Dental Technology(Syd)
Dr Stephanie LittleDr Stephanie Little graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Health Science