Family and Cosmetic Dentistry In Sydney’s CBD
General Dental Treatments
- Older silver amalgam fillings may not be very attractive – white fillings are a popular relatively inexpensive option to give you a nicer smile.
- Searing pain in your tooth? You might need root canal therapy to fix a tooth that has severe decay.
- Restorative dentistry such as crowns and dental bridges to rebuild and strengthen your bite.
- Stinky breath got you down and feeling self conscious. We have proven methods to reduce halitosis and improve your oral hygiene.
Cosmetic Dentistry Near Me
- Orthodontic treatment without brackets and wires – we offer both Clear Correct and Invisalign. These clear aligners are the alternative to traditional braces to straighten teeth that are misaligned or have gaps.
- Want to have your teeth whitened? Check out our teeth whitening service, to make your teeth several shades lighter.
- Have that awesome smile you’ve always desired with our smile makeovers.
- Missing teeth? You might be a candidate for dental implants to replace one or more missing teeth.
- Restore a decayed tooth with crowns (tooth caps).
- White porcelain veneers help you get a dazzling smile if normal teeth whitening treatments don’t get the results you desire.
Our dental clinic is across the street from the entrance to the Wynyard Park railway station.
Sydney is located in the government area of Sydney, which is in the state of New South Wales, and is also the state capital. Sydney is on Australia’s east coast, and extends about 70 km towards the Blue Mountains to the west and the Royal National Park to the south. There are 658 suburbs, 40 local government areas and 15 contiguous regions within Sydney, whose residents are commonly referred to as “Sydneysiders”.
The Sydney City Centre is the main commercial centre of Sydney, the state capital of New South Wales and the most populated and one of the oldest established areas in the country
Geographically bounded by:
- Circular Quay in the north
- Central railway station in the south
- Darling Harbour and the Western Distributor in the west
“Sydney City” is very occasionally used to refer not only to the City proper, but also its nearby inner suburbs such as Pyrmont, Haymarket, Ultimo and Woolloomooloo.
- Population (approx.): 5,000,000
- Geo coordinates: 33.8688°S, 151.2093°E
- 2000: Sydney
- 2020: Sydney airport
- 2127: Olympic Park
- 2006 University of Sydney
Nearby Towns and Suburbs
- Sydney contains the central business district (CBD)
- Haymarket is to the south.
- Darlinghurst is 1 km to the south-east.
- Chippendale is 1 km to the south-west.
- Balmain East is 2 km to the north-west.
- Redfern is 2 km to the south.
- Darlington is 2 km to the south-west.
- Kirribilli is 2 km to the north.
- Paddington is 2 km to the south-east.
- Milsons Point is 2 km to the north.
- Balmain is 2 km to the north-west.
Important Places Near the CBD
- Sydney Tower Eye
- Citigroup Centre, Sydney
- Rowe Street, Sydney
- Parish of St Andrew
- Parish of St Lawrence
- St Andrew’s Cathedral, Sydney
- Market Street, Sydney (near Market Street and York Street) is a street which runs from Sussex Street near Darling Harbour in the west, to Elizabeth Street at St. James railway station in the east.
- Her Majesty’s Theatre, Sydney (near Market Street and Pitt Street Mall) refers to three theatres.
- City Tattersalls Club (near Pitt Street and Market Street) is a social club formed in 1895.
- Mid City Centre (near George Street and Temperance Lane) is a small shopping centre.
- Westfield Sydney (near Pitt Street Mall and Market Street) is a shopping centre located beneath the Sydney Tower.
- Queen Victoria Building (near York Street and Mullins Street) is a late-nineteenth-century building.
- The Royal Clock (near York Street and Mullins Street) is located on the upper level of the southern half of the Queen Victoria Building.
- Pitt Street is a major street which runs through the entire city centre from Circular Quay in the north to Waterloo.
- The Strand Arcade is a Victorian-style shopping arcade between Pitt Street Mall and George Street.
- The Arcadia Hotel was a 150-room hotel occupied today by Westfield Sydney..
- The Imperial Arcade (near Pitt Street Mall and Strand Arcade) was a commercial building.
- The Soul Pattinson Building (near Strand Arcade and Pitt Street Mall) is a Victorian Italianate shopping centre.
- The Garrick Theatre (Sydney) (near Castlereagh Street and Market Street) – it closed in 1929.
- Macquarie Grammar School (near Kent Street and Market Street): Macquarie Grammar School is a private, independent, secular, non-selective, coeducational school, established in 2004, that operates within the policies of the , NSW. It is located in Sydney CBD. It was the only school to have a float in the 2014 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. (…).
- The Galeries (near Druitt Street and George Street) is a shopping centre, formerly known as The Galeries Victoria.
- The Hong Kong House (near Druitt Street and Cross City Tunnel), is a landmark heritage building and former hotel.
- York Street runs in a north to south direction only and is used predominantly by buses from the northern districts of Sydney..
- WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo which is on 1-5 Wheat Road, and has approx. 2816 reviews, with an average of a 4.1 star rating.
- Vaucluse House which is on 69A Wentworth Road, and has approx. 415 reviews, with an average of a 4.5 star rating.
- Chinese Garden of Friendship which is on Pier Street, Cnr Harbour Street, and has approx. 2957 reviews, with an average of a 4.6 star rating.
- Lower Quadrangle which is on Union Road.
- Tumbalong Park which is on 11 Harbour Street, and has approx. 386 reviews, with an average of a 4.5 star rating.
- Hyde Park which is on Elizabeth Street, and has approx. 8419 reviews, with an average of a 4.5 star rating.
- Royal Botanic Gardens which is on Mrs Macquaries Road, and has approx. 17797 reviews, with an average of a 4.7 star rating.
- Bondi Park which is on Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach and has approx. 3442 reviews, with an average of a 4.6 star rating.
- Hyde Park
- The Domain
- Farm Cove
- Parramatta River
- Nepean River
- Cordeaux rivers
- Georges River
- Cooks River
- Prospect Reservoir
- Sydney Airport
- Sydney Kingsford-Smith Airport
- Bankstown Airport
- Western Sydney Airport
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