Paediatric Dentistry in Mundaring

Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre strives to make dental visits a fun experience for kids. We understand that going to the dentist can be daunting for young children, which is why we go the extra mile to make sure they feel comfortable and safe in our care.

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Paediatric Dentistry Offers Dental Care For Your Child In A Comfortable and Friendly Environment

Parents want to do what’s best for their children, but may not know the benefits of taking their kids to the dentist.

A child’s oral health needs to start off on the right foot. Neglecting oral care at an early age can lead to problems down the road. Not bringing your child in for regular dental check-ups can lead to several serious oral health problems in the future. 

Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre offers comprehensive dental health services for children of all ages in a comfortable and friendly environment. We understand that many kids are apprehensive about going to the dentist, so we take extra care to make sure they feel at ease. Our dentists are experienced in caring for children’s teeth and gums during all stages of childhood. We provide gentle and effective dental treatment for children. Our team will work with you and your child to develop a treatment plan that meets their individual needs.

Our Paediatric Dentistry Services

Get your child’s teeth checked today at Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre. Our goal is to give your child a healthy smile for life by taking care of their teeth and gums.

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Why choose
Mundaring dental
& implant centre

We listen to your concerns for your smile, and dental health. We help make your treatment choices in simple, and non judgemental way, and deliver your chosen treatment with a fast, efficient, and caring touch.

Convenient Quality Dental Care

With over 50 years of combined experience, our team of professionals continues to provide high-quality dental services, from general dentistry and dental implant services to restorative and cosmetic dentistry.

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A Compassionate Team Utilizing Modern Technology:

Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre offers the latest dental implant technology and techniques to provide you with the best possible results. Our state-of-the-art equipment makes your dental implant experience as easy and stress-free as possible.

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Easily Accessible

Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre is proud to offer flexible payment plan options to make sure that everyone receives the dental care they need.

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Same-day Dentistry and Fast Turn Around Time

Mundaring Dental & Implant Centre offers same-day service for various dental treatments, including dental crowns. You can get high-quality dental care and more natural-looking crowns in just one visit!


Your baby can get cavities as soon as they have teeth. As a general rule, children should have their first dental visit within six months of their first tooth erupting, or at around the age of one. By taking proactive steps toward their dental health today, you can help your child keep the perfect smile for life.

A child’s first dental appointment is primarily about familiarising the child with the dentist’s chair and educating the parent about the best way to care for their child’s teeth. Your child’s first dental appointment may include a complete oral health examination, which generally lasts 30 minutes to an hour. 

This dental procedure may include checking your child’s teeth for signs of disease, removing stains, plaque, and tartar, and polishing them. The dentist will show you how to floss your child’s teeth properly and how you can use fluoride appropriately. They will most likely discuss your child’s dental hygiene practices, diet, and prevention of mouth injuries.

It is ideal for children and adolescents to visit the dentist every six months. The dentist may recommend fewer or more frequent visits depending on your child’s oral health.

Taking care of your child’s oral health when their first tooth appears should be a priority. Although baby teeth eventually fall out, they create space for your child’s permanent teeth, and your child’s mouth must still be healthy when the adult teeth arrive. Even infant teeth might decay and develop various issues if they’re not taken care of properly. This includes painful teeth and gums, difficulty sleeping, gum disease, and embarrassment when speaking.

A common chronic dental disorder in children is caries (also called tooth decay or cavities). Cavities that go untreated can cause discomfort and infection, causing difficulty eating, speaking, and learning. Children with poor oral health are more likely to miss school and receive lower grades than those who do not. There are also other potential problems, such as mouth ulcers, gum disease, grinding of the teeth, misaligned teeth, cracked or chipped teeth, and missing teeth.

You can teach your child oral hygiene at home by following these tips:

  1. Get your child started early. Encourage your children to brush with fluoride toothpaste at least twice a day. Be sure your child brushes, flosses, and pays attention to the back teeth. Let them brush their teeth for at least 2 minutes a day, twice a day. Kids younger than eight can swallow toothpaste, so supervise them while brushing.
  2. Show them the way. Children learn from observation. Hence, setting a good example is one of the most effective ways to teach kids good dental hygiene from the very beginning. Try brushing your teeth with your child present twice a day. Encourage them to watch and ask questions.
  3. Recognise healthy habits. As a parent, you know the benefit of recognising and rewarding good behaviour. By rewarding your kids when they keep their teeth clean and healthy, you can teach them that hard work pays off.
  4. Take them to the dentist every six months. It will make your child more comfortable at the dentist and more confident. The development of adult teeth will also be monitored with regular check-ups.

Sugars from foods and drinks are food for bacteria in the mouth. The acid produced by these bacteria damages the enamel. When the damage to a tooth is greater than what can be repaired through saliva, it leaves a cavity.

Baby teeth can be damaged by putting a baby to sleep with a milk bottle. Sugar from formula milk, or juice that remain on a baby’s teeth for hours can erode their enamel. If this happens, the front teeth can become discoloured, pocked, and pitted, a condition known as “baby bottle tooth decay.” Cavities may develop, and teeth might need to be removed in severe cases.

The Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS) is a program through Medicare that covers an array of treatment procedures, such as examinations, routine cleaning, fillings, and root canal treatments. 

Medicare may pay a portion or all of the cost of dentistry services for eligible children. These benefits are available to children who meet all requirements and are eligible for Medicare, are 2-17 years old on at least one day of the calendar year, and are receiving or are members of a family receiving a government payment like Family Tax Benefit A.

Children are eligible for up to $1,000 per child over a two-year period.

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