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Karratha Dental Care

Local Dentists for the Karratha & Pilbara Region

Enjoy quality dental care in a relaxed setting for the whole family.

Our highly trained dentists offer the most modern treatments using state of the art equipment at our dental surgery in Karratha. We have a team of four dentists and four auxiliaries, with a combined 60 years’ dental experience in general practice. Contact our friendly staff today to request an appointment at our dental clinic. Both male and female dentists available.

Emergency Dental

Even if it’s after hours, late at night or on public holidays.Read More

Teeth Whitening

In-chair professional treatments and take-home whitening trays.Read More

Wisdom Teeth

Are your wisdom teeth causing you discomfort?Read More

Custom-Fitted Mouthguards

Protect your smile while playing contact sports

Enjoy playing a contact sport but would like to protect your teeth? Custom-fitted sports mouthguards help to reduce the risk and severity of dental injuries sustained from playing contact sports.

Dr Brin Pandey

Consultant Dentist

Dr Brin Pandey graduated from Sydney University in 1994 with a bachelor of Dental Surgery. This makes him one of the most experienced clinicians and dental surgeons available in the Pilbara.

Crowns Successfully Placed

Dr Brin Pandey

Frequently Asked Questions

The more you ask the more you know!

Why do my teeth hurt?
Tooth pain can be caused by many oral health issues that range in severity. In its mildest state, tooth pain can occur due to sensitivity or be caused by gingivitis (gum disease). Gingivitis results from a build-up of plaque around the teeth and gums due to a lack of adequate oral hygiene. A more serious form of gum disease known as periodontitis can also cause tooth and gum pain.

Ongoing tooth pain combined with jaw pain could be caused by bruxism. While an infection to the tooth pulp may require a root canal treatment.

It’s best to make an appointment with Karratha Dental Care for a comprehensive oral examination to diagnose your tooth pain. Once a diagnosis is reached, we can create a customised treatment plan for you. Call us on (08) 9185 5600.

Why are my teeth yellow?
Teeth can have a variety of shades which differ from person to person from a pearly white colour to a more yellow hue. There are a number of factors that influence the colour of your teeth including genetics, age, stains and general health. Your tooth enamel thickness also plays a part in the colour appearance. Thinner enamel is more likely to show up the colour of the dentin underneath, which is pale brown.

Lifestyle factors such as chewing tobacco, cigarette smoking, drinking red wine, coffee and tea can stain the surface of your teeth.

Various medications such as antibiotics, medically prescribed-mouthwash and anti-acne medication represent intrinsic stain factors, as do antihistamines and blood pressure medication.

You can help prevent yellowing teeth with the right diet and keeping to a good oral hygiene routine to avoid plaque build-up.

If you already have yellow teeth, you might consider professional teeth whitening treatment. The team at Karratha Dental Care are experienced in administering in-chair professional teeth whitening to whiten the shade of your teeth. For a number of reasons, not all patients are eligible for teeth whitening. Make an appointment with us today to see if you are an eligible candidate. Teeth whitening results may vary from person to person due to the reasons mentioned above.

How often should I visit the dentist?

For optimal oral hygiene, it is recommended that you visit the dentist for a check-up and professional clean every six months (twice a year). A regular visit to the dentist aims to avoid the risk of tooth decay and helps to prevent any serious oral health concerns from developing further.

In some cases, your dentist may require you to visit more frequently due to your individual oral health care needs. Your dentist will provide you with this advice at your next appointment.

Do you offer sedation?

Karratha Dental Care use local anaesthetic for various dental procedures. Local anaesthetic works to numb the localised area in order to reduce pain and sensitivity.