General and Cosmetic Dentist Office Near Sydney NSW
General Dentistry Treatments
- White fillings look nicer than the silver amalgam ones of past.
- Root canal therapy to fix a tooth that is badly decayed.
- Restorative dentistry such as crowns and dental bridges to rebuild and strengthen your bite.
- Emergency dental services when you have an accident or you wake up to a massive toothache,
- Orthodontic treatment without brackets and wires: we offer both SureSmile and Clear Correct. These almost-invisible clear aligners are a popular alternative to traditional braces to straighten teeth or close gaps.
- Want to have whiter teeth? Ask about our teeth whitening service, to make your teeth several shades lighter in a single office visit..
- Yearning for an awesome smile you’ve always desired? Ask about our smile makeovers.
- If you’re missing one or more teeth, then you might be a candidate for dental implants – a natural-looking permanent replacement tooth.
- Dental crowns (also known as tooth caps) can be used to restore a decayed tooth with crowns.
- White porcelain veneers can turn a smile from dull to dazzling in a couple of office visits.
How to Get to Our Dental Clinic
If you’re coming from the area of the MLC Centre, it’s a short walk to the clinic. Go along King St, passing the Pitt Street Mall and the Australian Human Rights Commission. When you get to George St, turn right. You’ll pass the Westin Sydney and the City Recital Hall. Right across from the entrance to the Wynard Park railway station you’ll find our dental practice.
- Located in the government area of Sydney.
- 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.
- Sydney consists of 658 suburbs, 40 local government areas and 15 contiguous regions within Sydney.
- Residents are commonly referred to as “Sydneysiders”.
- 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 Cities and Suburbs
- Sydney’s Central Business District is part of Sydney city.
- Woolloomooloo is to the east.
- The Rocks is 1 km to the north.
- Millers Point is 1 km to the north-west.
- Haymarket is 1 km to the south.
- Pyrmont is 1 km to the west.
- Ultimo is 1 km to the south-west.
- Darlinghurst is 1 km to the south-east.
- Elizabeth Bay is 1 km to the east.
- Surry Hills is 1 km to the south.
Fun Places and Facts About Sydney
- The MLC Centre (near King Street and Lee’s Court) is a skyscraper office building 228 metres high with 67 storeys.
- The Stockland Glasshouse (near Pitt Street Mall and Sydney Arcade) is a shopping centre in the central business district It is near The Strand Arcade, Mid City Centre, Sydney Arcade and Westfield Sydney.
- The Australia Hotel (near Martin Place and Castlereagh Street) is a former hotel, opened in 1891 and closed in 1971, then demolished. The Australia Hotel was considered “the best-known hotel in Australia”.
- The Theatre Royal, Sydney (near Pitt Street and Rowe Street): is Australia’s oldest theatrical institution. It was built in 1827 behind the Royal Hotel, by Barnett Levey, whose widow sold it to Joseph Wyatt, owner of the Royal Victoria Theatre.
- The Commonwealth Trading Bank Building (near Pitt Street and Martin Place) is an historically significant building in the Sydney CBD.
- The Soul Pattinson Building (near Strand Arcade and Pitt Street Mall) is a Victorian Italianate shopping centre and office building in Sydney’s CBD, opposite the Strand Arcade.
- The Martin Place railway station (near Castlereagh Street and Martin Place) is on the Eastern Suburbs line. If you’re in the CBD, you’ll want to find this station. It is served by Sydney Trains T4 Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line services and NSW TrainLink South Coast Line services.
- Martin Place (near Martin Place and Castlereagh Street) is a pedestrian mall in the CBD.
- The Old Registry Wing (Supreme Court of New South Wales) (near Elizabeth Street and King Street) is a heritage-listed courthouse.
- The main passenger airport serving the metropolitan area is Kingsford-Smith Airport, and is one of the world’s oldest operating airports.
- Central Station was opened in 1906, Central station, and is the largest and busiest railway station in the state.
- The University of Sydney is Australia’s first university and opened its doors in 1850.
- The State Library of New South Wales is the oldest library in Australia, opening in 1826.
- Sydney Orbital Network
- George Street
- Oxford Street
- Pitt Street
- Martin Place
- Macquarie Street, Sydney
- Parramatta Road
- King Street
- Castlereagh Street
- Western Distributor
- Parramatta River
- Nepean River
- Cordeaux rivers
- Georges River
- Cooks River
- Prospect Reservoir
- Sydney Airport
- Sydney Kingsford-Smith Airport
- Bankstown Airport
- Western Sydney Airport
- Kingsford-Smith Airport
- WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo which is on 1-5 Wheat Road.
- Chinese Garden of Friendship which is on Pier Street.
- Tumbalong Park which is on 11 Harbour Street.
- Hyde Park which is on Elizabeth Street.
- Royal Botanic Gardens which is on Mrs Macquaries Road.
- Lane Cove National Park which is on Riverside Drive.
- Bondi Park which is on Campbell Parade.
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