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Wyndham Dental Solutions

Wyndham Dental Solutions

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19 Princes Highway, Werribee, Melbourne, Victoria, 3030Australia

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Monday09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday09:00 - 17:00
Thursday09:00 - 17:00
Friday09:00 - 17:00
Enquire for a fast quote ★ Very Good ServiceScore™ 7.3 from 35 votes ★ 1 verified patient review. Visit our Dentist - 19 Princes Highway, Werribee, Melbourne, Victoria, 3030, Australia.

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About Wyndham Dental Solutions

Werribee in Melbourne is the location of this dental clinic where patients of all ages are welcomed by a gentle and professional team. The team creates and environment where patients feel at ease from the first visit. A wide range of high quality dental services are available at the clinic. The clinic has served the needs of patients for over 20 years. Services offered include examinations and professional dental cleaning, children’s dentistry, general dental care, the cosmetic improvement of smiles, child and adult orthodontics and fitting protective mouth guards to prevent teeth injury or erosion.

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Anonymous, South Africa
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Hospitality at the clinic was excellent

4 50 Veneers

I went to Wyndham Dental Solutions to have porcelain veneers done. The clinic was reasonably close by and it popped up on my internet search. Overall I’m happy with the work.

The doctors were really friendly. Hospitality at the clinic was excellent!

See what others think about the clinic's customer service:

Mary, Australia04.01.2015
Email received , Thanks
Andrea, Australia16.10.2014
Just asked me to call office. Didn't provide a quote or cost for consultation
Norm, Australia30.05.2014
Denis, Australia20.05.2014
Very helpful, informative and able to answer all questions


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Tooth straightening to improve function and appearance. In some complex cases - usually involving oral surgery, orthodontics or implants - we arrange consultation with specialist practitioners.

Cosmetic Dentist Consultation


Dental Bonding

The surface is then painted with a bonding liquid that sets firmly when a special light is shone on it. A putty like resin is moulded onto the tooth and shaped. The light is again used to harden it. Finally, the set resin is trimmed and polished.

Dental Bridges

Bridges replace on or more missing teeth. They consist of an artificial tooth anchored to the adjacent natural teeth. If a tooth is lost through an accident, or is too badly decayed to save with a crown, a bridge may be the treatment of choice.You should ask your dentist or prosthodontist about your implants, which are another way of replacing missing teeth. Crowns and Bridges are often made of porcelain and metal alloy. Porcelain is strong and can be made to match the colour of natural teeth. It is resistant to staining and can be cleaned if it becomes stained. Metal alloy is used for its strength, hardness and durability. It is especially useful for molars, which must withstand the forces of grinding and crushing. Metal alloy and porcelain are well tolerated by the gum and cheek.

Dental Checkup


Dental Crowns

Tooth decay may severely weaken a tooth, with a high risk that the tooth may fall apart. Root canal treatment, where the pulp of the tooth containing nerves and blood vessels are removed, can also weaken a tooth, especially if it has large fillings. Teeth may wear down over time. An artificial crown is often the best way to save a tooth and strengthen it. It fits over the prepared existing tooth and replaces the natural crown.

Dental Implants

An implant fixture is inserted into the jaw bone to provide a base for supporting and attaching the prosthesis.

Dental X-Ray

For diagnosis of decay and bone loss associated with periodontal gum conditions. They are routinely used every 18 - 24 months.

Dentist Consultation



There are two main types of dentures. Both Complete Dentures and Partial Dentures are finely crafted, custom-fitted. If you properly maintain your dentures they will appear natural and provide a perfect smile. Additionally, dentures help strengthen muscles controlling your expressions that require the support of your teeth, rid you of pronunciation problems caused by missing teeth and aid with chewing.




After preparing the tooth, your dentist will place layers of the composite filling into the area to be repaired. Each layer of the composite material is hard-end by exposure to a special light. Once the cavity or defect is filled, your dentist can trim the composite to fit the tooth and then polish it to reduce discolouration or staining.

White Filling


Gingivitis Treatment


Gum Surgery


Implant Dentist Consultation


Mouth Guard

It generally happens during sleep, but some people experience it when they are awake. Bruxism can be a physical expression of stress; for example, susceptible people may tend to grind their teeth when they are angry, concentrating hard on a particular task or feeling anxious. Generally, the person doesn’t realise that they grind their teeth in their sleep. The spouse or partner who shares their bed (and hears the grinding noises at night) is often the first to notice the problem.

Orthodontist Consultation


Periodontitis Treatment

Periodontitis is an advanced gum disease that may occur if gingivitis is not treated. The gum margin, – the part of the gum that seals to the tooth, – is weakened and spaces form between the tooth and the gum. These spaces are called ‘periodontal pockets.’ Bacteria and their products become trapped in these pockets causing further inflammation (redness and swelling). The structures affected by periodontitis include the covering of the tooth root (cementum), the bone and the fibres that connect the cementum to the bone (periodontal ligament). As the disease progresses and bone is lost, larger spaces begin to form between the tooth and the gum. Signs of periodontitis include bleeding, swelling and receding gums together with bad breath, a bad taste in the mouth and loose teeth.

Root canals

A rubber dental dam is placed and the tooth is then drilled to the pulp area either through the top or the back of the tooth. The actual root canals are measured after some of the pulp has been removed. This is done so that the dentist can clean the entire canal, and so that enough of the filling material will be used to completely fill the canal. The actual measuring is done with either x-rays or electronic imaging devices. All of the diseased pulp in the tooth is removed, and the canal is cleaned out thoroughly with an antiseptic solution. This solution will clean all of the canals within the tooth. The canals are then filled with gutta percha, a flexible plastic material. A temporary filling is then put on top of that. A crown or permanent filling will be done after there has been no sign of infection. Crowns are most common since the root canal procedure weakens the tooth. The crown is usually placed as soon as possible, within a month or less.

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Teeth Cleaning


Teeth Whitening

Tooth whitening must be monitored by your dentist and only done after a comprehensive exam and hygiene cleaning. The whitening process can last for a number of years if maintained properly. Beverages such as coffee, tea, cola and wine will reduce the lasting effect. Remember if it could stain a white shirt, it will stain your smile!

Laser Teeth Whitening




Porcelain Veneers

An appointment typically takes from one to two hours depending on the number of teeth to be treated. To prepare each tooth, your dentist will remove a thin layer, about the thickness of a fingernail, from the surface of the tooth. This allows room for the veneers to be glued into place later. A local anaesthetic may be required during this step. An impression is taken of your teeth and sent to a dental ceramist, who manufactures the veneers to fit your teeth. Cementing of the new veneers occurs at the next appointment and many take a few hours. Your dentist will check on the colour and fit before finally bonding them into place. The teeth are cleaned with a chemical that helps bond the veneer to the tooth. After a cement is placed between the veneer and your tooth, a light beam activates the cement to bond the veneer firmly. Colour can be altered by using varying shades of cement, so it is important that you discuss any changes you require before the final cementing is done. Once the veneer is bonded to the teeth, the colour cannot be changed. After the veneer has been bonded, it is trimmed and polished. These are thin, tooth-coloured porcelain (ceramic) shells carefully crafted to bond to and cover the front of unsightly teeth. They are a more conservative treatment than a crown and can often be used as an alternative if the underlying tooth is strong and healthy.
Wyndham Dental Solutions - Dr Tarcilio Cavalcante

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Dr Carmine Cameriengo - Dentist at Wyndham Dental Solutions

Dr Carmine Cameriengo

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Carmine was born in Adelaide. H

e graduated from Adelaide University in 1977. Carmine moved to Melbourne in 1980 and commenced practice in Station Street Werribee.

Dr Tarcilio Cavalcante - Dentist at Wyndham Dental Solutions

Dr Tarcilio Cavalcante

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Tarcilio has been practicing dentistry for 20 years now, the last 10 years at Wyndham Dental Solutions.

Dr Silvia Cavalcante - Dentist at Wyndham Dental Solutions

Dr Silvia Cavalcante

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Silvia graduated in 1992 and had been working at Wyndham Dental Solutions since 2005.

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19 Princes Highway, Werribee, Melbourne, Victoria, 3030Australia