DB Dental

Dentist - North Fremantle, WA

DB Dental Can Put A Smile On Your Face - 17 Convenient Locations

Cnr Tydeman & Pensioner Guard Rds 2 Pensioner Guard Rd, North Fremantle WA 6159

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Lynn M.

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22 Nov 2012

Had I written this review immediately after my visit, it would have been a four star rating. Unfortunately the days that followed saw me grimace and moan about how sensitive my for…

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About Us

About DB Dental

  • Exceptional level of service
  • Using state-of-the-art technology
DB Dental is Australia's largest privately owned dental group providing the complete range of general dentistry procedures.
Being privately owned means we can ensure that our very high standards of professionalism and service excellence are delivered consistently in every practice. And it means that our dentists and staff are not franchise operators but rather dedicated healthcare professionals. We now have 17 locations around Perth so there is a DB Dental waiting to assist your Dental needs near you!

Our Speciality:

DB Dental has 16 convenient locations. For bookings and any information, there is only one number you need to know - 13004 TEETH. This number will put you through to our call centre where a friendly member of staff will answer any questions you have, fill you in on the latest procedures and services that DB Dental has to offer you, provide information on costs and health fund rebates as well as make bookings to see one of our many highly skilled and experienced dentists and dental staff.

DB Dental is open 6 days a week for quality, affordable dental care, including:

  • General Dental
  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Children's Dentistry
  • Dentures
  • Mouthguards
  • Tooth Whitening

Patient Care:

We focus on providing high quality, professional dentistry to our patients and, as a result, DB Dental has built a reputation for its exceptional level of service. This not only keeps patients satisfied, but also very loyal.

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Products and Services


Cosmetic Dentistry, Endodontics, Family, General Dentistry, Oral Surgery, Orthodontics, Periodontics, Sedation Dentistry, Sports Dentistry


Abrasion, Bite Correction, Caps, Composite Fillings, Dental Bridges, Dental Crowns, Dental Extractions, Dental Implants, Dentures, Fillings, Porcelain Veneers, Relines, Restorations, Root Canal Treatments, Smile Makeovers, Straightening, Tartar Control, Teeth Cleaning, Teeth Whitening

Dental Concern

Abscess, Chipped Teeth, Cracked Teeth, Crowded Teeth, Dead Teeth, Discoloured Teeth, Dry Mouth, Gum Disease, Infections, Pressure, Swellings, Tooth Decay, Tooth Sensitivity, Wisdom Teeth

Age Group

Adults, Children, Infants, Teenagers


Anaesthetics, General Anaesthetic, Root Canal Surgery, X-rays


Computer Imaging, CT Dentascan


Hygienists, Oral Surgeons


Digital X-Ray, Lasers


Braces, Brackets, Mouthguards, Mouthwashes, Prostheses, Toothpastes


Colgate, Invisalign, Sensodyne, Zoom


Department of Veterans' Affairs, Parking, Wheel Chair Access

Service Option

By Appointment, Consultations, Examinations, No Referral Necessary

Insurance Accepted

ADF Family Health, Bupa, Defence Health, GMF Health, HBA, HBF, Health Care Insurance, MBF, Medibank Private, NIB

Payment Concern

Interest Free, Medicare, Payment Plans, Pensioner Discounts




Bonded, Registered, Warranties

Hours of Operation

Flexible Hours, Open Saturdays


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  • What is a bridge?

    A bridge is an appliance permanently fixed in the mouth to replace missing teeth. It uses remaining teeth to support the new artificial tooth or teeth. A conventional fixed bridge consists of crowns that are fixed to the teeth on either side of the missing teeth and false teeth are rigidly attached to these crowns. An enamel bonded bridge uses a metal or porcelain framework, to which the artificial teeth are attached, then resin bonded to supporting teeth.

  • What is Cosmetic Dentistry?

    In today's age of technology, your dentist has a range of options to help your teeth look great. Stained teeth, dark teeth, chipped teeth, crooked teeth, and even teeth that are missing altogether, can be repaired or replaced. Cosmetic or aesthetic dentistry is the broad heading under which many dental procedures that improve the appearance of teeth may be described.

  • What is a crown?

    Dental crowns (also sometimes referred to as 'dental caps' or 'tooth caps') cover over and encase the tooth on which they are cemented. Dentists use crowns when rebuilding broken or decayed teeth, as a way to strengthen teeth and as method to improve the cosmetic appearance of a tooth. Crowns are made in a dental laboratory by a dental technician who uses moulds of your teeth made by your dentist.

  • What can I do if I'm scared about dental treatment?

    The best way to overcome your fear is to discuss your concerns with your dentist. Experiences as a child may become distorted by time and reinforced by out-dated media presentation of stereotypes. Much has changed, thanks to technology and education, and dentists are skilled professionals in dealing with patients who are apprehensive about seeking treatment. This will obviously be a team approach between you and your dentist and his/her staff.

  • What are Dentures?

    A denture is an appliance that replaces teeth. You remove it to clean it and it may be replacing all the teeth (full denture) or some of them (partial denture). Removable dentures are those dentures (plates) the wearer can remove and replace at will. These types of dentures can replace one tooth, all your natural teeth, or any number of missing teeth in between. A crown or a bridge is fixed or cemented in place and cannot be removed.

  • What is a filling?

    A filling is a material (amalgam, GIC, porcelain or metal) that is used to restore functional and lasting structure to a tooth that has been disfigured by, for example decay or accidental breakage. Can all teeth with holes or fractures be filled? Most teeth with small to moderate decay or fractures are easily restored to function with fillings. Where decay is extensive or fractures are large, more complex treatment may be required.

  • What is a dental implant?

    A dental implant can be thought of as an artificial tooth root that is submerged into the jawbone. When dental work such as a crown, fixed bridge or a full set of dentures is added, one or more missing teeth can be replaced. A dental implant is fabricated from a very strong, biocompatible material placed in a simple procedure that, generally, is as convenient as a tooth extraction.

  • What is a mouthguard?

    A mouthguard is a removable, soft and flexible shield placed over usually the upper teeth. It is also a strong material to withstand the rigors of sporting injury situations. Teeth are at risk of damage when playing sport and can result in long and potentially expensive treatment to restore them to normal function and appearance. Mouthguards also help to reduce the risk of jaw fractures and concussion caused by a collision.

  • What does root canal treatment really mean?

    Root canal or endodontic treatment is a process whereby inflamed or dead pulp is removed from the inside of the tooth, enabling a tooth that was causing pain to be retained. Once a tooth is fully formed it can function almost as a well as a normal healthy tooth, after it has been root canal treated, and can remain in service for many years.

  • Should teeth be white?

    Teeth in adults contain a mixture of yellow, red and grey colours, and between individuals there is a wide range of tooth shades that are normal. There is no one "correct" colour that teeth are supposed to be. It is normal for healthy unfilled teeth to darken and yellow with advancing age. Moreover, because of natural aging process within teeth, the effects of tooth whitening cannot last forever, and in several years there may be a need for a "touch up" whitening treatment.