539 Barry Road, Dallas VIC 3047


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539 Barry Road, Dallas VIC 3047


Our number one goal is to make sure every one of our patients leaves 100% happy and with a bright, white smile on their face!


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Welcome to Dallas Dental in Broadmeadows

Our professional Dentists team in Broadmeadows are here to provide the best ongoing dental care and guidance for you and your family.

Here at Dallas Dental Group our patients come first.
We have friendly staff, a clean facility and excellent customer service.

Our dentists are all trained (graduated in Australia/New Zealand Universities) and educated (high schools/college) locally.

Our Services

We provide many exciting services that will leave you with a bright, white smile on you face!

Teeth Cleaning

Visiting a dentist on a routine basis allows him to check for any dental problems that you may not see or feel. As an example, early signs of Decay can be detected and treated before symptoms develop. Read more

Orthodontics

Some of the most challenging cases Our dentist treats are skeletal discrepancies such as severe crowding, irregular bites, flat or retrognathic profiles, and high gum lines.

Our dentist has successfully treated patients using rubber bands, headgears, Herbst, Pendex, and upper jaw expanders as auxiliaries with braces. Read more

Whitening

While at home whitening kits do offer a cheaper solution, getting it done professionally ensures consistent results on all teeth or just the few that may be affected by discoloration, and you can see the results instantly. Read more

Wisdom Teeth Extractions

There are many valid reasons that wisdom teeth may be extracted including infections associated with wisdom teeth, chronic pain or discomfort andpoor teeth alignment due to wisdom teeth impactions. Read more

Root Canals

When dental caries or cavities begins damaging the layers of the tooth through the enamel and dentin, it may make its way towards the dental pulp. Read more

Dental caries or tooth decay is caused by acid producing bacteria that breakdown the hard surfaces of a tooth.

When dental caries causes holes in teeth, it is necessary for dentists to remove the decay and restore it to prevent further decay and maintain the functionality and esthetics of the tooth.

Fillings are one of the most common procedures carried out by dentists. These days there are several options for fillings. Traditional amalgam fillings were often made from gold or silver. Read more

Extractions are performed for a variety of reasons.

One of the main reasons for extraction is when a tooth is damaged beyond repair, either from decay or becoming cracked or broken from injury.

When the prognosis of a tooth is either poor or hopeless, extractions are a considered option. Read more

Dentures are appliances attached to a removable supporting structure made to replace missing teeth.

Not only do they help improve appearance but they provide other important benefits as well.

Dentures aid in chewing ability and pronunciation in those missing only a few teeth to those missing all their teeth. Read more

Also known as ‘caps’ Crowns are a type of restoration in dentistry that completely caps a damaged tooth.

Unlike a filling which only fills in a hole, crowns essentially become the tooth’s new outer surface.

Often this procedure will be performed if the tooth has been extensively chipped, cracked or decayed so badly that the appearance and shape is compromised. Read more

A permanent solution to replacing one or more missing teeth.

The ‘pontic’ (dental term for false tooth) is fused to two crowns on either side of the space of the missing tooth to hold it in place.

As with dentures, bridges will prevent the surrounding teeth from drifting and help keep bacteria from collecting in the recesses. Read more

Implants are another solution for replacing missing teeth by permanently anchoring a prosthetic tooth to the jawbone.

A titanium rod is drilled into the bone and left to heal. Meanwhile the replacement tooth is crafted and when ready it is fit into the space and held in place by rods or screws. Read more

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Achieve a beautiful and healthy smile in a friendly environment by booking an appointment at Dallas Dental Group.

Dallas Dental Group

27/01/18

Although taking the tooth out is always a solution, preserving the tooth is also worth considering. The following signs and symptoms could mean a root canal treatment is needed. Dallas Dental Group always offer interest free payment plan. www.dallasdental.com.au #dentist #dallas #coolaroo #broadmeadows #roxburghpark #glenroy #toothache #rootcanal #paymentplan

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Dallas Dental Group

25/11/17

The lateral ceph X-ray is an essential image for our dentist to analyze before starting any orthodontic treatment. The results give us a better understanding of how the jaws and teeth are related to the face. Our dentists can therefore plan the orthodontic treatment in the most optimum possible way. www.dallasdental.com.au #dentist #dallas #coolaroo #broadmeadows #roxburghpark #glenroy #braces #orthodontic

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Dallas Dental Group

18/11/17

Most of our filling and cement materials are made so they will harden from semi solid state once activated by light. This is when our LED curing light come into place. A tool we need when doing fillings and cementing crowns and bridges. www.dallasdental.com.au #dentist #dallas #coolaroo #glenroy #roxburghpark #filling #crown #bridge

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Dallas Dental Group

11/11/17

The Child Dental Benefits Schedule helps keep your kids’ teeth in great shape. Access up to $1000 for a range of basic dental services including examinations, x-rays, routine cleaning and fillings. Please check with Medicare or at our clinic to confirm your eligibility. www.dallasdental.com.au #dentist #dallas #coolaroo #broadmeadows #roxburghpark #glenroy #medicare #cdbs

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Dallas Dental Group

04/11/17

Although most dental clinics reuse their endodontic files after cleaning and sterilizing them, Dallas Dental Group adopted a single use policy. They are discarded after they are being used on a patient. These files are used for root canal treatment. They are like 'toothbrushes' that are used to clean the inside of the teeth. www.dallasdental.com.au #dentist #dallas #coolaroo #roxburghpark #glenroy #rootcanal #instrument #singleuse

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Dallas Dental Group

21/10/17

Crowns could be made in different materials. Currently our dentists' material of choice for front teeth are full ceramic. Below is a treatment of which the porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns were replaced with full ceramic crowns. www.dallasdental.com.au #dentist #dallas #coolaroo #roxburgpark #glenroy #crowns #ceramic #paymentplan

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539 Barry Road, Dallas VIC 3047

Office Hours

Mon – Fri: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm

Sat: 9:30 am to 1:00 pm

Sun: Closed

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P: 03 9309 0009

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