Dentist
Perth

Experience the best dentistry has to offer

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Looking for a dentist in Perth? Led by our principal dentist, Dr Rooshab Malde, Ageless Smiles Dental Centre offers exceptionally gentle dental care, delivered with attention to detail and compassion.

We understand how an imperfect smile can affect self-confidence and self-esteem, which is why we’re dedicated to giving you a dazzling yet functional smile. Our dental clinic uses cutting-edge technologies for the optimal management of your dental health and enhancements to your smile.

For appointments or enquiries, please contact us at (08) 9478 3598.

DENTAL SERVICES IN PERTH

Recognised as one of Australia’s top dentists, our team at Ageless Smiles Dental Centre in Perth just loves to see you smile! Our dentists are highly trained and experienced, with the expertise to provide an array of dental services, including:

  1. Cosmetic dentistry: Cosmetic dentistry aims to improve the appearance of your teeth. Cosmetic dentistry includes procedures and treatments like teeth whitening, dental braces, resin and porcelain veneers, and Invisalign.
  2. General dentistry: General dentistry includes preventative dental examinations and treatments that our dentists perform. This may be professional teeth cleaning, cavity fillings, tooth extractions, installing crowns and bridges, and so forth.
  3. Dental implants:  Dental Implants are one of our areas of expertise and are fast becoming a very popular form of restorative dentistry to replace missing teeth. Not only intended to give you self-confidence and a beautiful smile, but they also restore functionality, prevent bone degeneration and stop neighbouring teeth from moving.
  4. Dental emergencies: We also offer emergency dental treatments for dental trauma and pain, wisdom tooth removals, root canal treatments, and denture repairs.
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HOW DO YOU KNOW IF YOU’RE DUE FOR A VISIT TO THE DENTIST?

There are a few signs that often mean you’re due for a visit to the dentist:

  • Tooth or gum pain: If you experience pain in your teeth or gums, you may need to visit the dentist for an examination of your oral health. A dental professional will assess the source of the pain and provide you with treatment options to remedy the issue.
  • Loose or shifting teeth: If your teeth are loose or moving, you need to visit a dental professional. Gum disease, wisdom tooth growth, or other issues could be the cause of loose and shifting teeth.
  • Blood when brushing and flossing: Strong and healthy gums should not bleed when brushing or flossing. If you notice blood after cleaning your teeth at home, it’s probably time to visit your dentist.
  • Your gums are receding: Gum that starts to recede, or become swollen or tender may be showing early signs of gum disease. Visiting the dentist for an assessment and professional teeth cleaning and scaling to remove plaque and scale will assist with the treatment of gum disease.
  • Constant dry mouth: When your mouth is constantly dry it may be indicative, or even cause gum disease. Saliva helps wash away bacteria, and a lack of it can lead to an increased risk of gum and tooth disease.

How Often Should You Visit Your Dentist?

Regular preventative care examinations are usually required every six months to enable early detection of dental problems including decay, gum disease, infection, or jaw-related conditions. Patients with a higher risk of potential conditions may need more frequent visits of three or four months, and those with a lower risk may only require annual visits. Our dentists will recommend how often a patient needs to attend based on your unique individual oral health.

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What Financing Options Are Available?

At Ageless Smiles Dental Centre, we proudly accept all health funds, having chosen not to be affiliated with any particular fund.

Because we care about providing you with the best dental treatment available, we offer DentiCare Payment Plans as a convenient and easy way to budget and pay for your dental fees. Additionally, we are able to liaise with SuperCare for compassionate release of your superannuation funds for the payment of essential dental treatment.

Visit Ageless Smiles Dental Centre for Top-Notch Dentistry in Perth

Ageless Smiles Dental Centre is here to help you maintain your teeth, gums, and general oral hygiene. We believe in friendly, gentle, compassionate care that assists each patient in achieving a healthy, bright and radiant smile!

Our clinic is ideally situated just a 14-minute drive from the Perth CBD area and 9 minutes from Perth Airport, making it a convenient choice for everyone seeking quality dental treatments in the Perth area.

If you’re looking for a great dentist in Perth, then contact us today.

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FAQs

What should I consider when choosing a dentist in Perth?

There are currently just over 16,000 dentistsand dental practitioners operating throughout Australia. Choosing the right one can be challenging. Consider factors like these when deciding on a dentist in Perth:

  • Qualifications
  • Experience
  • Range of services offered
  • Location
  • Office hours
  • Emergency care options
  • Patient reviews
How can I manage anxiety when visiting a dentist?
Anxiety when visiting the dentist is common. The experienced team here at Ageless Smiles Dental Centre understands how to create a calming environment that will help you feel more relaxed when in the dental chair.

We also offer solutions like sedation dentistry if you need it.

How long is a dentist's check-up?
A general dental examination for our existing patients normally takes around 30 minutes. For our new patients, we reserve an hour of time for our comprehensive oral health wellness assessment.
What are the fees for a dental implant?

Dental exams are painless, easy appointments which include services such as:

  • Examination of teeth for decay and fractures
  • Examination of gums, tongue, soft palate, and throat for any signs of disease
  • Taking and review of any necessary X-rays
  • Digital scanning of teeth for ongoing monitoring and reviewing of tooth positions
  • Diagnosis of disease and discussions of treatment options when necessary

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