Family-friendly Practice At Canley Heights
Canley Heights Dental Care is a sister practice to our popular Cabramatta Dental Care practice.
We’ve proudly looked after Cabramatta families for the past 20 years, and we’re excited to offer the same high standard of care and meticulous approach in Canley Heights.
The team at Canley Heights is here to make every visit to the dentist affordable and as easy as possible for every patient.
We are a family-friendly practice, welcoming patients of all ages in Canley Heights and the surrounding areas.
You’ll see that we always take the time to explain the treatment options available, and why we recommend them.
That’s because we want our patients to feel confident in their choice of treatment and the expected results.
Always Available When You Need Us
Our practice is open seven days a week, which means that you’ll always be able to find a time that is convenient for you and your family for your treatments and check-ups.
You’ll also have the comfort of knowing that we’ll be able to see you quickly to have you pain-free again if you have any problems with your teeth.
Reasonably Priced Treatments
A trip to the dentist should be affordable for the whole family. Our dental treatments are competitively priced, and we have a range of no-gap general dental treatments available.
We’ll let you know exactly how much a treatment will cost. There won’t be any surprise costs hidden in a treatment plan.
Our approach to pricing
Dr Anna Cao
Bachelor of Medical Science (University of New South Wales)
Master of Scientific Studies (University of New England)
Doctor of Dental Surgery (University of Melbourne)
Dr Cao’s friendly and caring nature makes her a popular choice for our patients. She has studied extensively and enjoys being a dentist for the small difference she can make to each patient’s wellbeing.
Whether that comes from keeping their teeth healthy with regular check-ups and cleans, helping patients who want to improve the look of their teeth or restoring a tooth so that her patient is pain-free.
Dr Cao enjoys the variety that a day filled with seeing different patients brings and the challenge of treating a range of issues.
Outside the practice, she can be found at the gym, playing board games or bowling.
Dr David Phan
Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science (Griffith University)
Master of Dentistry (Griffith University)
Dr Phan was very scared of the dentist as a kid and had to be put under gas in a public hospital to get his dental treatment done.
This has inspired him to help those who are scared of the dentist to have healthy teeth and to stop dental problems before they begin. His favourite saying is “Prevention is better than cure”.
Dr Phan has grown up in Cabramatta and went to James Ruse Agricultural High School. He enjoys reading current research to make sure his procedures are less painful and more effective.
He is a member of the Australian Dental Association (NSW).
Dr Anton Tran
Bachelor of Dental Science (Hons.) – University of Queensland
Dr Tran’s gentle and meticulous approach helps patients feel comfortable and relaxed at the dentist. He has an interest in all areas of dentistry and enjoys keeping up with the literature to ensure he provides the best care to his patients.
Dr Tran is a Western Sydney local and after studying in Queensland is excited to move back near home and serve the local community.
Outside of work he enjoys going to the gym, travelling, cooking and spending time with friends and family.
He is a member of the Australian Dental Association (Qld).
Listed below are the most commonly asked questions we receive from our patients.
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Is flossing necessary?
Flossing clears food and plaque from teeth and under the gums.
If you don’t floss, the plaque will harden into tartar, which forms wedges and widens the space between teeth and gums, causing pockets. Over time, gums recede, and teeth loosen.
Does mouthwashing help?
What are the early signs of dental problems?
Why do I need dental examinations?
Regular dental check-ups help detect problems early on to prevent bigger and more costly treatments later.
One should undergo dental exams every six months, or more often if your Canley Heights dentist recommends it.
Do teeth need fluoride?
Fluoride helps strengthen teeth and prevents decay from forming. Kids should use fluoride-containing toothpaste for brushing.
Adults can also benefit from using fluoride to protect their teeth.
What do fissure sealants do?
Fissure sealants protect teeth against cavities that can form in their natural tiny holes and cracks.
Kids aged from 6 to 12 benefit from having fissure sealants painted and hardened on the chewing surfaces of the molars.
I have damaged teeth. How can I repair them?
Dental crowns improve and protect teeth by covering them in a material that looks and feels like a real tooth. They use the root and inside of the tooth as anchor, then attach with a special bonding agent.
Veneers enhance your smile by attaching a layer of porcelain or resin to the natural tooth, covering discoloured or stained teeth.