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We place great emphasis on ensuring your treatment is customised to meet your needs and requirements.
Meet Dr. Richard Solomon
Dr Richard Solomon graduated with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery at the University of Sydney. Dr Richard has had extensive years of successful practice in all aspects of general dentistry and brings with him over 40 years of experience. Dr Richard continues to expand on his vast knowledge and skills through continued learning, training and development in dentistry. Dr Richard has also had the pleasure and great joy of teaching and mentoring dental students at the University of Sydney, Westmead Hospital.
About Our Clinic
Our practice aims to provide both essential and preventative dental care for the health and well being of all people through continued professional development of all personnel and practices that ensure that high standards of clinical excellence and quality care are given to each patient, meeting their needs, fears and concerns.
Why Choose Us
With busy work and lifestyle schedules, it can be very difficult to find the time to ensure that we take care of our dental health. At Oran Park Dental Care and Harrington Park Dental Care we aim to provide our patients access to dental treatment when they need it. We are open late nights and weekends so that you can find an appointment time that is convenient to your busy schedule. Call our friendly team on 0246 042 400 to discuss how we can help find a time that is right for you.
Patients can suffer from toothache, broken teeth, swelling or pain that keeps you awake at night. These can be some of the indicators that you need to see a dentist right away. Our dentists understand that these dental problems can be very painful and distressing to the patient. That is why our practice welcomes emergency appointments so that we can attend to your dental needs immediately without having to wait for an available appointment. If you have a dental emergency, call our friendly team today on 02 46 042400.
Our practice understands that the costs of dental treatment for some patients can seem unattainable. However, we have many payment options than can assist your budget so you can receive the dental treatment you need.
Immediate Health Fund Claiming – Each practice has Hicaps that allows patients to make on the spot claims from their health fund and only the gap is payable at the time of your treatment.
Interest free Zip – Zip gives patients who are eligible access to funds so they can receive the dental treatment they need without having to pay any interest and pay funds back directly to Zip over a selected time period.
Feel free to discuss your budget with one of our dentists – Your dentist can also put together a dental treatment plan and outline the costs involved. The dental treatment can be completed over time so that you can be assured you can complete your dental needs and make payment at the time of your treatment that is affordable to your budget.
Government Vouchers – Our dentists are registered with South West Sydney Local Health District and we accept patients issued with a dental voucher.
Unfortunately, our practice is not able to take accounts. Payments must be made at the time of your treatment. For your convenience, we accept Eftpos, Mastercard, Visa and American Express.
Please call one of our friendly team members on 0246 042 400 for more information on how we can assist you with your budget requirements.
We aim to provide dental services to all members of our community. Our friendly and caring team are here to help.
Wheel Chair Friendly – All of our practices are wheelchair friendly. Dental treatment can be performed from your wheel chair for your convenience and comfort.
Aged Dental Care Services – As the population ages, the oral health becomes more and more critical to the long-term retention of the teeth. The reason for this is that the soft tissue that surrounds the teeth recedes slowly away exposing the roof surfaces. The roof surfaces have no enamel coating and are less resistant to the bacteria in your mouth. In addition, our immune system that helps resist decay slowly diminishes, and as a result, the teeth become more susceptible to decay on the exposed root surfaces. By attending the dentist regularly and following a strict oral hygiene regime it is possible to prevent the onset of this disease.
Maintaining Your Dentures – Patients who wear dentures are even more at risk because the denture retains the bacteria in close proximity to the root surfaces and as a result decay takes hold. Another issue with the ageing population is Denture Stomatitis. This is where a fungal infection invades the soft tissue of the mouth and causes discomfort and sometimes a general malaise.
Call our friendly team members today on 0246 042 400 so one of our dentist can help you.