Mitcham Dental Clinic

Be surprised at how brighter your smile can be with composite fillings
Business Summary
Dr Ron Fulop, Dr Yvonne Karpinski, Dr Stephen Torney, Dr Sarah Nguyen & Dr Melissa Chew, Dr David Trinh
About Us
What We Do

We offer a complete range of dental services that can be tailored specifically for you and can also assist in maintaining your health and well-being.

How can I make my teeth whiter?
We offer an in-chair or take home treatment to whiten teeth.
What are dental implants?
Dental implants are a permanent way to replace missing teeth so you can smile, eat and speak with confidence. A dental implant is a titanium screw implanted into the jaw bone so an artificial tooth can be attached and act as a natural tooth. It is the closest alternative to your original teeth.
I have a row of teeth missing, how can I fix this?
There are multiple treatment options if you have suffered from the loss of more than one tooth. These include: bridges and crowns, implants (including mini-implants and All-On-Four) and Snap On Smile. Arrange a consultation with us to see which treatment would work best for you.
I have unsightly amalgam fillings, can I replace them?
Yes, we can restore your outdated fillings with tooth-coloured composite resin fillings that will restore the aesthetics of your smile. Composite fillings are a durable option and pose no health concerns to the body. These fillings are easily completed in the one visit.
What can I do to prevent cavities and save my teeth?
At the Mitcham Dental Clinic, we employ preventative oral health methods to ensure the health of your teeth. We also have an in-house hygienist who scales any built-up calculus away from the teeth and gums, using deep cleans and polishes. Most importantly, our hygienist can educate patients on preventative measures to ensure oral and gum health.
I have breathing issues that wake me at night. Is this sleep apnoea and how can dentistry help?
If you sometimes wake up tired and breathless in the middle of the night, you may suffer from Sleep Apnoea. Sleep Apnoea occurs when the tissues in the back of the mouth become so relaxed that they collapse, blocking the airways and disrupting breathing patterns. Contact us to learn more about the treatment options we can provide.