Sydney / Kellyville / Castle Hill
Bulk Billing for Eligible Kids up to $1,000
We are proficient dentists, orthodontist, hygienists with supportive staff at Cosmetic Dental Point dedicated to caring for the oral health of children in Sydney / Kellyville / Castle Hill. We provide state-of-the-art dentistry and orthodontics in a kid-friendly, fun and magical setting. Come experience the Kids Dental difference!
Call Cosmetic Dental Points and one of our qualified dentists will see you as soon as possible. Cosmetic Dental Point accepts most dental insurances and have flexible payment options for patients in Sydney (Kellyville and Castle Hill) with no insurance coverage.
Call 02 8883 0800 / 04 2222 2027 to speak to a dentist in minutes or:
Your child’s exam and cleaning
After the initial introduction and x-rays comes the exam itself. Your child’s dentist will count their teeth, look for any tooth decay, and inspect their gums, bite, and jaw. Once the exam is complete, the hygienist will professionally clean your little one’s teeth with a fluoride paste to ensure they are in tip-top shape before you leave. Depending on your child’s age and comfort level, you will be able to hold your child in your lap or stand next to their chair while the dentist and his staff examines their mouth. Along with ensuring your little one is comfortable and relaxed, the dentist will ask you about any concerns you may have, such as teething or thumb sucking. Don’t forget to schedule their next six-month appointment on your way out!
At Cosmetic Dental Point, we pride ourselves on making your child’s experiences with the dentist as pleasant as possible. To schedule your little one’s first dental appointment at our convenient office in Sydney (Kellyville and Castle Hill), call us today
Kids dental FAQ
Who is Cosmetic Dental Point?
Cosmetic Dental Point is a leading, regional provider of pediatric dental services in Sydney (Kellyville and Castle Hill). Our dentists and dental staff are knowledgeable, passionate, and specially trained to provide the best dental care possible to every child, including those with special needs. We strive to make children feel calm and comfortable during their visit with the dentist. We also provide a fun atmosphere before being seen by the dentist.
Why choose a pediatric dentist vs. a family dentist?
Pediatric dentists are specialists in treating the unique needs of children. Pediatric dentists are skilled at using smaller equipment designed for a child’s mouth and better understand the intricacies and importance of baby teeth in a growing child. They also focus more attention on educating patients and parents about preventive care to help children avoid complications such as decay, infection, speech problems, and cosmetic issues. Furthermore, Cosmetic Dental Point completes a detailed risk assessment on each patient so it can provide additional support and services to the children who need it the most.
How often should my child see a pediatric dentist?
It's recommended that children start seeing a dentist every six months, by their first birthday or once their first tooth emerges.
What kind of fillings do you use on patients?
Cosmetic Dental Point is proud to use white, not silver, fillings on our patients. There are a variety of reasons why our dentists choose to use white fillings versus silver fillings. For instance, white fillings are mercury-free, and mercury is viewed by some as being toxic. There is also less removal of the tooth structure when using white fillings. If done correctly, the white filling is less sensitive to hot and cold, making it a better filling for children. Silver fillings tend to weaken the teeth and make them more susceptible to breaking, while white fillings bond to the natural tooth and restore most of its strength. The best thing about white fillings, and why our dental staff choose them, is that they match the natural color of the patient's other teeth. No one can tell that a filling is even there!
How can parents help prevent tooth decay?
Parents should take their children to the dentist regularly, beginning with the eruption of the first tooth. Then, the dentist can recommend a specific program of brushing, flossing, and other treatments for parents to supervise and teach to their children. These home treatments, when added to regular dental visits and a balanced diet, will help establish a lifetime of healthy habits for your child.