Boroondara Dental Clinic was established in the 1970s and has been offering dental care to residents of Kew East and nearby areas for over four decades. No matter if you’re a new or current patient, we aim to go above and beyond your expectations, delivering a positive experience on each visit. As a community-oriented dental clinic, we’re committed to providing you with the best possible care and may refer you to specialists if we believe they’re better equipped to address your concerns.
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At Boroondara Dental Clinic we believe proper dental care and good oral hygiene are essential to maintaining overall wellness. As a caring and experienced team of dental professionals, we understand that visiting the dentist can sometimes feel daunting, but we are here to help make the process as comfortable and stress-free as possible.
Understanding the relationship between oral health, overall health, and both is important. Studies have shown gum disease, a dental problem, can increase the likelihood of developing other health problems like diabetes and heart diseases. Maintaining good oral hygiene through regular dental appointments can reduce the risk of developing these and other problems. Regular dental visits are a great way to maintain good oral health. Our team of caring and experienced dental professionals is dedicated to providing personalised care that meets your specific needs and goals.
At Boroondara Family Dentist, we offer gentle and respectful dental care for children of all ages in Kew East and the nearby suburbs.
We strive to teach children good oral habits to help them maintain a healthy mouth for a lifetime. Through the Child Dental Benefits Scheme, Medicare provides $1000 of dental care over a 2-year period for eligible children.
Dental care is crucial for children’s overall well-being. There has been a rise in cases of tooth decay among children in Australia. In 2010, decay was found in the baby teeth of 55% of 6-year-olds and in the permanent teeth of 48% of 12-year-olds.
We suggest that children begin visiting a dentist around the age of three or four. Regular dental check-ups ensure our teeth remain healthy. Waiting until pain arises can result in a traumatic initial experience for a child and may lead to long-term fear issues in the future.
Boroondara Family Dentist is a reliable cosmetic dentist that offers high-quality dental care to patients in Kew East and the nearby regions.
Are you concerned about the appearance of your smile? Are you bothered by that misaligned tooth that is always visible? Do you notice that your teeth appear slightly discoloured? Is it affecting your self-confidence?
Your smile is one of the most distinctive characteristics of your face and is often the first thing people notice. It conveys your mood, sociability, and overall sense of well-being. According to the Australian Society of Orthodontics (ASO), more than half of Australians feel self-conscious about their smiles.
The good news is that cosmetic dentistry can have a significant impact on the aesthetics of your smile.
At Boroondara Family Dentist, we are delighted to have a team of dedicated and highly skilled dentists who are passionate about providing outstanding dental care to patients of all ages. Our experienced dentists bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to our practice, ensuring that each patient receives individualised treatment and achieves the best possible oral health outcomes. Whether it’s routine check-ups or complex dental procedures, our dentists stay abreast of the latest developments in dentistry and adopt a gentle approach to ensure a comfortable and positive dental experience for all.
For over 15 years, Beata Dabrowska has been an integral part of our dental team, serving as our principal dentist. With a wealth of experience and a commitment to providing high-quality treatment, Beata takes pride in her exceptional attention to detail. Originally from Poland, she graduated with honours from the medical academy in Wroclaw in 1988 before starting her private practice in Australia in 1993. Beata strongly believes that each patient deserves the highest level of respect and attention. She emphasises open communication and actively engages patients in discussions about their treatment options and associated costs, ensuring they are empowered to make informed decisions throughout their dental care journey.
Jaina Chhanabhai is a highly regarded member of our dental team, deeply committed to providing comprehensive care to her patients. After completing her studies at the University of Adelaide in 2013, Jaina gained invaluable experience working in Tasmania and regional Victoria. Embracing all aspects of general dentistry, Jaina takes immense pleasure in helping patients overcome dental anxiety. She has developed a keen interest in cosmetic dentistry and thoroughly enjoys discussing various options to achieve smile transformations. Whether it’s clear aligners, braces, or other orthodontic appliances, Jaina is dedicated to assisting patients in reaching their smile goals and regaining their confidence.
For regular cleanings and checks, it is recommended that you visit your dentist every six months. You may need to visit your dentist more often if you are at high risk or have a history with dental problems.
Your dentist will check your teeth and gums to see if there are any signs of dental issues such as gum disease or oral cancer. The dentist may take X-rays in order to detect issues that are not immediately visible.
Brush your teeth twice a day for two full minutes, and floss at least once a day. Using fluoride toothpaste and mouthwash can also help to prevent gum disease and cavities.
The most common dental issues are tooth decay, gingivitis, and cancer of the mouth. It’s crucial to maintain good oral hygiene and a healthy eating plan, as well as visit your dentist regularly for cleanings and checkups.
A professional teeth cleaning can eliminate tartar and plaque build-up, protecting your gums from disease. And with surface stains removed, your smile will look whiter and brighter.
We offer nitrous oxide, commonly called happy gas, to help diminish your anxiety levels. It’s a colourless, odourless gas that acts as a gentle sedative and can be administered to both children and adults.
Cosmetic dental procedures such as teeth whitening, veneers, and bonding can help improve the appearance of your teeth. Your dentist can help recommend the best option for you based on your specific needs and goals.
If you’re dealing with a dental emergency, such as severe tooth pain or a knocked-out tooth, it’s essential to get treatment right away. Contact your dentist immediately for prompt attention.