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Martin Place Dental Health

Martin Place Dental Health

Show Phone NumberSuite 1001, Level 10, MLC Centre, Martin Place, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000Australia
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Opening Hours

Monday08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday08:00 - 17:00
Thursday08:00 - 17:00
Friday09:00 - 14:00
Saturday
Sunday

Popular Treatments

Dentist Consultation
Dental Implants
Braces
Veneers
Teeth Whitening
Dental Crowns
Dental Bridges
Extractions
Root canals
Fillings
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About Martin Place Dental Health

Patients of all ages are welcome at this dental clinic located at Martin Place in Sydney. The family oriented team strives to create en environment where patients and their families feel comfortable and cared for. Evening appointments are offered for the convenience of busy patients. All services are personalized by the highly trained and experienced team according to the individual requirements of patients. Services at the clinic include examinations and oral hygiene services, children’s dentistry, general dental care, emergency dentistry, sedation dentistry, implant dentistry, treatments for sleep apnoea and cosmetic smile makeovers.

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Dentistry

Premises

Public transport access

Patient bathroom

Clinic Services

Emergency service - Dr. Adam Alford: 0400 022 833

Dentistry

 
Bad Breath Treatment
 
Braces
 
CEREC Dental Restorations
CEREC stands for Ceramic (CE) Reconstruction (REC). The process uses Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacture (CAM) to produce an extremely high quality ceramic restoration in a single visit.
 
Cosmetic Dentist Consultation
 
Dental Bridges
Bridges are used to fill gaps permanently where teeth have been lost.
 
Dental Checkup
 
Dental Crowns
Dental Crowns (sometimes referred to as Dental Caps) are single unit covers that are placed over heavily broken down, filled or root treated teeth. They look and feel just like real teeth. A crown literally wraps around the tooth just like a hat wraps around a head, thus strengthening the underlying tooth structure by holding it all togethe
 
Dental Implants
Inserting dental implants is a relatively minor oral surgical procedure. It is usually done in the dental surgery, under local anaesthetic. Post-operative discomfort is usually minimal and normal activities can generally be resumed after 24 – 48 hours. After the dental implants are inserted into the jaw, a certain amount of time is left to allow the implant to integrate with or “bond” to the bone. This process is known as osseointegration. After the prescribed healing time, a tooth or teeth are either screwed or cemented to the implant. The prosthetic teeth are usually fixed to the dental implants and cannot be removed. The false teeth are looked upon as being a permanent restoration. The teeth supported by the dental implants look and feel like natural teeth. Dental implants require post-operative care. However, this is usually carried out during your normal dental check up.
 
Dental X-Ray
 
Dentist Consultation
 
Endodontist Consultation
 
Extractions
 
Fillings
 
Fluoride Therapy
 
General anesthesia for dental treatments
 
Hygienist Session
Make an initial assessment of gums to establish the current condition; Remove the bacteria responsible for Gum Disease; Apply fluoride solutions to prevent decay; Take periodic x-rays to establish the condition of pre existing restorations and assess gum health; Demonstrate techniques most suitable for you to keep your teeth and gums healthy in between visits; and Provide dietary advice relating to the prevention of oral conditions.
 
Inlay or Onlay
 
Mouth Guard
 
Paediatric Dentist Consultation
 
Periodontitis Treatment
 
Root canals
 
Sedation for dental treatments
The IV sedation is administered by a medical physician who comes to our practice for the dental appointment. His role is to administer the sedation and to monitor the patient while the dentist does the treatment. This means 2 independent providers will be treating the patient. At the duration of the appointment, patients have very little memory or recollection of the dental procedure. Patients are usually ready to go home after a short recovery period.
 
Teeth Whitening
The active ingredient used in teeth whitening is Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2). The oxygen element penetrates the teeth and oxidises the stains and pigments within their structure. The basic chemical action involves the long chain colour molecules to break down into shorter chains therefore changing the optical appearance of the molecules, which in turn makes the teeth appear lighter in colour. The shade of the teeth is improved, without altering the structure.
 
Home Whitening Kits
 
Treatment of Orofacial Pain
 
Veneers
 
Porcelain Veneers
The porcelain veneers not only improve the physical look of the teeth, but can also improve the strength of the teeth. The ceramic used is bonded to the underlying tooth structure. The bonding is literally super-gluing the ceramic to the tooth and the glue forms a medium between tooth and ceramic which adds strength both to the teeth but also to the porcelain veneer. In preparation, a very thin amount of tooth structure is removed. Impressions are then taken, which are sent to a professional lab technician to make the porcelain veneer. At the second appointment, the veneer is tried in and, if perfect in shade and fit, it is bonded to the tooth surface.

Ear Nose and Throat

 
OAT - Oral Appliance Therapy
 
Sleep Apnea

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Private Patients Welcome

Dr Adam Alford

Job Title:
  Dentist
Biography:

In 2000 I graduated from the University of Sydney with Honours.  I have worked extensively in Country, General Family, Cosmetic Dentistry and Dental Implants practices, in both Australia and the United Kingdom.

I have strong beliefs in offering patients options with supporting information on the positives and negatives of these options.  This enables you, as the patient, to make an educated decision and to decide the treatment that best suits your particular circumstance.

I started my career in North Richmond, on the outskirts of Sydney.  Here, I developed the skills to organise and plan treatments across the many dental mediums involved in large reconstructive cases.  I also worked closely with the principal dentist and maxillofacial surgeon, to improve and enhance my oral surgery skills.

My next location was on the lower north shore, at Wahroonga.  During this time I concentrated on high quality restorative and preventative treatment, with an emphasis on offering treatment options for long term success.  Here, I started to research Snoring and Sleep Apnoea issues, and Fluoride supplementation guidelines for prevention.  I also started to research new, more aesthetic materials which still offer the same long term success as the older style materials.  For example, using ceramic crowns instead of the older metal fused to ceramic crowns, and ceramic restorations instead of the tooth coloured plastic materials.

During 2004 I moved to London to follow my wife’s career.  Here, I joined a Cosmetic Dentistry and Dental Implants based practice in Richmond, London.  I soon enhanced my knowledge in these areas.  I spent time with the principal dentist, specialising in the placement of Dental Implants and reconstructive cases with implants, and learning the often neglected skill of planning.  Whilst in London I researched and compiled a study on Teeth Whitening for an Australian dental.

Dr Todd Verner

Job Title:
  Dentist
Biography:

Dr Todd Verner graduated with a Bachelor of Dentistry in 2008 from The University of Sydney. Todd also has a PhD from The Sydney University’s Faculty of Medicine in Neurophysiology. Todd has worked for several years within the dental industry and has developed a special interest in endodontics, general and preventative dental. Todd has completed post graduate courses in composite artistry and endodontology.

Todd has a gentle nature and confident eye for detail which makes him an excellent dentist and asset to MLC Centre Dental.

Ms Emma Clifton

Job Title:
  Dental Auxiliary
Biography:

Emma started her dental career in 2008 in Sydney’s North West as a Clinical Assistant. Emma has successfully completed her Certificate III in Dental Assisting making her an excellent asset to our Sydney CBD practice. Emma has a warm and friendly personality and is always complimented on her ability to put even the most apprehensive patient at ease.

Ms Kellie Krause

Job Title:
  Dental Auxiliary
Biography:

After gaining invaluable experience as a clinical coordinator for an implant and cosmetic dentistry practice in Sydney’s lower North Shore, Kellie then made the transition to Hygienist. Kellie graduated from Newcastle University with a Bachelor of Oral Health. Kellie has worked as a Hygienist in specialist orthodontics practices in Chatswood and Randwick along with general preventative, family and dental implant practices. Kellie is dedicated to patient education and quality care.

Show Phone NumberSuite 1001, Level 10, MLC Centre, Martin Place, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000Australia