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The team at Westpoint Dental Clinic work closely with patients in order to provide a variety of treatments. From general dentistry, through to root canal therapy and orthodontics, our team will work with you to help you receive the treatment you need.

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Every patient’s oral health needs are different—some patients may only require a general check-up, clean and scale every so often while other patients should come in every 6 months to ensure their optimal oral health. Dr Frank and the team at Westpoint Dental Clinic look forward to helping you receive the treatment you need to maintain a healthy smile.

Westpoint’s dentists are among some of the most experienced and renowned dentists in Blacktown NSW, and they strive to take a more personalised and hands-on approach to dental care, that takes into consideration the unique needs of the patient. Specialising in the most in-demand areas of dentistry like cosmetic dentistry, restorative dentistry, children’s dentistry, and even emergency dental treatments, our dentists in Blacktown are equipped to deal with distinctive cases in oral treatment.

Treatment plans are custom made according to the needs of the patient, be it a general check-up, or a root canal treatment, or even aligning and correction of the dental structure. Our dentists encourage you to visit us once in at least 6 months, so we can ensure the optimum oral health and a beautiful smile to brighten your life! At Westpoint your best oral health and hygiene is possible in the able hands of people like Dr. Frank and other stellar doctors.



At Westpoint Dental Clinic we use microscopes to provide patients with precision dental treatments. The advantage to our patients of using microscopes is that it helps to avoid possible treatment complications. We use this technology for treatments as simple as check-up and clean through to dental implants and dentures.


When it comes to straightening teeth, traditional metal braces are the tried and true method. Metal brackets are bonded to your teeth and over time (usually 12-24 months) are tightened to straighten your teeth. Straight teeth are healthier for you because they are easier to clean, and better for your jaws and gums.


Restorative dentistry is any form of dentistry which is designed to restore your oral health. So, if you have a chipped or cracked tooth, a dental veneer or dental crown (depending on the severity of the damage) will restore the tooth. Restorative dentistry is more about the health of your teeth rather than the aesthetics.


Prosthodontics is the area of dentistry which focuses on dental prosthetics; for example dental crowns, bridges, dentures, dental implants and dental veneers. So if you were to have root canal therapy and need to strengthen the treated tooth, a dental crown would be an ideal option.


At Westpoint Dental Clinic, the health and safety of our patients and team is of utmost concern to us.

We are closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and our staff are well trained in medical grade infection control procedures. We will not only continue to uphold our high clinical and sanitation standards, but have put in place further measures to minimise the risk and spread to our patients and staff.

Our dental surgery are stocked with masks, gloves, gowns and santisers even though there is a global shortages.

Our dental team will continue to regularly disinfect surfaces not only in our treatment rooms but also in our reception areas. We also have placed hand sanitiser readily available for our patients.

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We are proud to announce that Westpoint Dental Clinic has been awarded full accreditation against the NSQHS Standards for Introductory Dental Practice Accreditation. We are also a proud Local Business Awards Finalists for 2 years running ~ 2019 & 2020 for Outstanding Health Improvements.
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    Hossein Zamani

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    Amazing service. Dr Amir is very friendly and professional. Reception was also friendly and accommodating.

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There are many reasons which trigger bad breath. It could also be an indicator or a bigger dental issue.  This bad breath is usually caused by bacteria which survive on the tongue and throat. Even gum disease, sinus infections, build-up of plaque on teeth, dry mouth and smoking can lead to bad breath. Hence it is essential to maintain a proper oral hygiene, regular dental check-ups at a Blacktown dental clinic, flossing and cleaning is important.  Call 02 9621 5566 to get your bad breath treated today!

The pain arising at the root of the tooth’s nerve causes toothache or irritates the neighbouring tooth. There could be several reasons for the toothache like, dental cavity, crack in tooth, abscess, exposed nerve or root. Sometimes, it can be even caused by the food getting stuck in the gums or due to a bacterial infection. Even gum disease can be a reason for the toothache. Severe toothaches require treatment by a dental professional from Blacktown dental clinic to find the cause and resolve the pain. Call 02 9621 5566 to fix an appointment with the dentist today!
STEP 1: Using a soft-bristled toothbrush, clean the outer surfaces of each tooth. Angle your brush along the other gum line. Then gently brush back and forth. STEP 2: Brush the inside surfaces of each tooth, where plaque may accumulate most. Brush gently back and forth. Use the tip of your brush to clean behind each front tooth, both top and bottom. Then, you need to brush the chewing surface of each tooth, gently brushing back and forth.
No, wisdom teeth do not have to be removed always. Healthy wisdom teeth that fit in your mouth are usually not extracted. Wisdom teeth that are in a good position or not erupted can also be left in your mouth. However, wisdom teeth should be removed if they cause repeated symptoms or show signs of disease on examination by the dentist in Blacktown or if removal is required by some other dental condition.
A cracked tooth can arise due to biting hard objects and pressure from teeth grinding. At times, heavy tooth fillings also weaken the tooth’s integrity. Especially a tooth filled with amalgam is at higher risk of cracking. Chewing on ice or hard candy, biting on hard food or nuts, blows to the mouth due to an accident or fall cause the teeth to crack. Call 02 9621 5566 to talk to the 24 hour dentist Blacktown.
To keep up the teeth & gums healthy and to lower the risk of dental problems, it is essential to undergo regular dental check-ups and professional cleanings by a professional dentist Blacktown. If you have a good oral health, you need to visit the dentist once in six months, while those with more dental problems will require check-ups more often. Meanwhile, you must visit your dentist immediately if you have a swelling in the gums, pain in teeth or bleeding in gums. Call 02 9621 5566 to get an appointment to maintain good oral hygiene and health.
Yes, gum diseases will affect the tissues that support the teeth and keep them in place. If the gum disease is not treated, it would simultaneously damage the jaw bone, and cause small pockets/spaces which exposes between the gum and teeth. When this pocketing becomes severe, it gets infected and causes the teeth to become loose, which ultimately leads to extraction of tooth. Hence it is important to get your teeth treated by dentist Blacktown. Call us at 02 9621 5566 to request an appointment!
The dental microscope uses zoom lenses which provide us with more control over what we see and how we see it. There are a wide range of treatments that use the dental microscope, from your regular check-up to treating gum disease, root canal therapy and other restorative dental treatments. Our dentist in Blacktown’s two favorite uses for the microscope includes 1. Diagnosing super difficult-to-see problems like hair-line fractures 2. Refinement of teeth right before we take our digital impressions for restorations or before finishing up. This latest technology helps to provide more accurate treatments for the patients.
A regular visit to the best dentist in Blacktown is important because they can help spot dental health problems early on when treatment is likely to be simpler and more affordable. They can also help prevent many dental problems from developing in the first place. Visiting your dentist in Blacktown regularly is also important because some diseases or medical conditions have symptoms that can appear in the mouth.