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About Us

The Perfect Dental Team

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PRACTICE MANAGER

Amy Barker

Amy is a highly experienced practice manager with previous roles at some of Sydney and Brisbane’s leading dental practices.

Amy has a passion for ensuring the best customer service experience for her patients, and instills a culture of family, love and passion within her team. At Perfect Dental, you will be well looked after by Amy and her team.

Amy is also a strong advocate for empowering women in the dental industry and providing a support network for dental workers. At the age of 22, Amy founded the ‘Virago Group’ which builds high performing and rewarding workplaces in the dental industry.

Amy holds a Certificate III in Dental Nursing and Business Administration and has also studied Biological Sciences, Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of the Sunshine Coast.

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SENIOR DENTIST

Dr Nael Malik

Dr Nael Malik is a highly qualified dental practitioner with over 15 years of experience.

Nael graduated with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery from the University of Adelaide, one of the top dental schools in the world.

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DENTIST

Dr Caroline Gohar

Dr Caroline Gohar is a highly talented Cosmetic Dentist who has achieved amazing “smile makeovers” for many patients.

She also has extensive experience in all areas of general dentistry, with special interests in root canal treatment, surgical extractions and working with kids.

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DENTIST

Dr Najebeh Jangavar

Dr Najebeh Jangavar is passionate about ensuring the residents of Fairfield are in a good state of oral health and is amazing with young kids!

Dr Naj is fluent in English, Arabic and Persian (Farsi).

DENTIST

Dr Mohammad Fayeh

Doctor of Dental Medicine, Bachelor of Pharmacy

Dr Fayeh completed his Doctor of Dental Medicine at The University of Sydney where he first completed his Bachelor of Pharmacy.

Dr Fayeh is a local who prides himself on his approachability, high ethical character and his passion for helping others. He is an excellent communicator and always ensures the patient is fully informed of their treatment needs and various options. His treatment philosophy entails patient education as he believes prevention is better than cure. His calm and relaxed nature paired with his charisma create a positive ambiance which eases anxious patients.

His main interests include crown and bridgework, veneers and cosmetic restorations, wisdom tooth extractions and emergency dentistry.

Outside of work Dr Fayeh enjoys; spending time with family and friends, history and travel, and is an avid reader. His favourite activities include spending time at the beach and playing soccer.

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CLINICAL ASSISTANT

Dunya Al Bahnoo

Hi, I’m Dunya! I love helping people and have always been obsessed with teeth. I have a Certificate III and IV in Dental Assisting.

When I’m not helping create amazing smiles, I love spending time with my family and friends. My favourite food is my Mum’s Dolma!

OFFICE ASSISTANT / RECEPTIONIST

Olivia Botris

Hi, I’m Olivia, the Office Assistant and Receptionist at Perfect Dental Fairfield.

I attended and graduated from Bossley Park High School and am currently studying a Bachelor of Psychology at Macquarie University.

I am inspired to motivate change in the right direction and gain fulfilment in making others happy. Most importantly, I strive to be a helping hand to the community and to better those around me in any way I can.

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-Tooth Decay or Gum Disease: If your cold-sensitive teeth also hurt when you aren’t eating or drinking something cold, you could be in the early stages of tooth decay or gum disease. so switch to a toothpaste that’s good for your gums to treat sensitivity at the source.- Overzealous Product Use: Factors that could cause cold-sensitive teeth include brushing your teeth too hard, overusing tooth whitening treatments, or acids from everyday food and drinks that can cause irreversible loss of your tooth enamel.- Grinding Teeth & Stress: Cold-sensitive teeth also can develop if excessive tooth grinding wears away the tooth enamel and exposes nerves. - Exposed Nerve Roots: The nerves in the pulp make teeth sensitive to cold when tooth roots become exposed due to receding gums or gum disease. - Cracks in Teeth: The cracks provide another pathway to the nerves, making the teeth sensitive to cold. - Receding Gums: Receding gums can make it easier for feelings of hot and cold to travel to the nerves in your teeth.ℹ️ For More Information Inbox Us NOW💳 Payment Plans Available📞 Phone: (02) 9755 7755🌎 Website: www.perfectdental.com.au📧 Email: hello@perfectdental.com.au#fairfield #fairfielddentist #liverpooldentist #canleyvaledentist #cabramattadentist #BeforeAndAfter #DentistAustralia #cosmeticdentist #CosmeticDentisty #cosmeticdentistsydney #Newsmile #dentalpractice #westernsydneydentist #dentalcheck #dentalhygiene #crowns #dentalimplant #veneers #childdentistry #dentistforkids #familydentist #teethwhitening #smilemakeover #smiledesign #filling #toothfilling
If eating ice cream and drinking cold drinks makes your teeth hurt, you are probably suffering from cold-sensitive teeth.Home Remedies for Cold-Sensitive Teeth Avoid Cold and Acidic Foods: If you have teeth sensitive to cold, try to avoid biting into very cold foods—for example, lick your ice cream instead of biting into it.Use a Soft Toothbrush: A soft-bristled brush can help reduce the gum irritation that may make teeth sensitive. Use a Toothpaste for Sensitive Teeth: Sensitivity toothpaste is designed to reduce the cold sensitivity in teeth by treating it at the source: your gum line.ℹ️ For More Information Inbox Us NOW💳 Payment Plans Available📞 Phone: (02) 9755 7755🌎 Website: www.perfectdental.com.au📧 Email: hello@perfectdental.com.au#fairfield #fairfielddentist #liverpooldentist #canleyvaledentist #cabramattadentist #BeforeAndAfter #DentistAustralia #cosmeticdentist #CosmeticDentisty #cosmeticdentistsydney #Newsmile #dentalpractice #westernsydneydentist #dentalcheck #dentalhygiene #crowns #dentalimplant #veneers #childdentistry #dentistforkids #familydentist #teethwhitening #smilemakeover #smiledesign #filling #toothfilling
Happy Father's Day from Perfect Dental to all of the great dads out there! Hope you had an awesome day yesterday ❤#fathersday #perfectdental
MAKE REGULAR TRIPS TO THE DENTIST!Making regular visits to the dentist for oral examinations and cleaning is one of the best ways to reduce the risk of tooth decay developing. The Australian Dental Association recommends that children should have an oral health assessment once they have developed their first tooth or when they are 12 months old. Ensuring regular trips to your dental practitioner can assist in diagnosing and treating any oral conditions that could cause damage to your family’s teeth.DR. Caroline loves to work with kids. Book an appointment with her on Wednesdays at Perfect Dental Fairfield!!ℹ️ For More Information Inbox Us NOW💳 Payment Plans Available📞 Phone: (02) 9755 7755🌎 Website: www.perfectdental.com.au📧 Email: hello@perfectdental.com.au#fairfield #fairfielddentist #liverpooldentist #canleyvaledentist #cabramattadentist #BeforeAndAfter #DentistAustralia #cosmeticdentist #CosmeticDentisty #cosmeticdentistsydney #Newsmile #dentalpractice #westernsydneydentist #dentalcheck #dentalhygiene #crowns #dentalimplant #veneers #childdentistry #dentistforkids #familydentist #teethwhitening #smilemakeover #smiledesign #filling #toothfillin
It’s best for children to avoid eating sugary foods, but it’s understandable that they want to have an occasional treat from time to time. If this is the case, here are some steps you can take to prevent damage to your children’s (and your own) teeth when they consume sugar:- Drink plenty of water.- Consume treats over short periods of time.- Drink soda with a straw.- Brush and floss at least twice a day is recommended, as well as flossing several times a week. - Visit a Children’s Dentist:One of the most effective ways to combat tooth decay is to visit the dentist regularly. Your child’s first dental appointment should be scheduled as soon as the first tooth erupts. He or she should attend regular dental cleaning and exams every six months following the first appointment.#fairfield #fairfielddentist #liverpooldentist #canleyvaledentist #cabramattadentist #BeforeAndAfter #DentistAustralia #cosmeticdentist #CosmeticDentisty #cosmeticdentistsydney #Newsmile #dentalpractice #westernsydneydentist #dentalcheck #dentalhygiene #crowns #dentalimplant #veneers #childdentistry #dentistforkids #familydentist #teethwhitening #smilemakeover #smiledesign #filling #sugar
Since you were a kid you have probably heard the expression “sugar rots your teeth” several times. Although sugar does not do the damage to your teeth itself, it does contribute to dental decay!Sugar plays a harmful role in tooth decay. The bacteria that forms together to become plaque uses sugar as a form of energy. They multiply faster and the plaque grows in size and thickness. Some of the bacteria turns the sugar into a sort of glue that they use to stick themselves to the tooth surface. This makes it harder for the bacteria to get washed away with your saliva.#fairfield #fairfielddentist #liverpooldentist #canleyvaledentist #cabramattadentist #BeforeAndAfter #DentistAustralia #cosmeticdentist #CosmeticDentisty #cosmeticdentistsydney #Newsmile #dentalpractice #westernsydneydentist #dentalcheck #dentalhygiene #crowns #dentalimplant #veneers #childdentistry #dentistforkids #familydentist #teethwhitening #smilemakeover #smiledesign #filling
What Is Tooth Discoloration?Tooth discoloration is when the color of your teeth change. They don’t look as bright or white as they should. Your teeth may darken, turn from white to different colors, or develop white or dark spots in places.Treatment options to whiten teeth can vary depending on the cause of the discoloration and may include:- Using tooth brushing and flossing techniques- Avoiding the foods and beverages that cause stains etc.#fairfield #fairfielddentist #liverpooldentist #canleyvaledentist #cabramattadentist #BeforeAndAfter #DentistAustralia #cosmeticdentist #CosmeticDentisty #cosmeticdentistsydney #Newsmile #dentalpractice #westernsydneydentist #dentalcheck #dentalhygiene #crowns #dentalimplant #veneers #childdentistry #dentistforkids #familydentist #teethwhitening #smilemakeover #smiledesign #filling
Coffee. Most of us live and die by the bean. But what is it doing to our oral health?1. STAINAfter drinking coffee, rinse your mouth with water or mouthwash, then brush your teeth 30 minutes after drinking coffee.2. DRY MOUTHDrink more water! A lack of saliva in the mouth will cause an increase in your susceptibility to cavities and bad breath.3. CAVITIESWhen drinking coffee with creamer and/or sugar, you’re creating an environment that promotes cavities. The bacteria in your mouth that cause cavities  feed off these items. If you must use a sweetener, use one that’s 0 calories as the bacteria in your mouth can’t process them.4. ACID EROSIONAlthough coffee is not as acidic as drinks like soda or lemonade, it is still worth mentioning. Therefore, wait at least 30 minutes after consuming an acidic beverage before brushing your teeth. Rinse your mouth with water prior to brushing as well.#fairfield #fairfielddentist #liverpooldentist #canleyvaledentist #cabramattadentist #BeforeAndAfter #DentistAustralia #cosmeticdentist #CosmeticDentisty #cosmeticdentistsydney #Newsmile #dentalpractice #westernsydneydentist #dentalcheck #dentalhygiene #crowns #dentalimplant #veneers #childdentistry #dentistforkids #familydentist #teethwhitening #smilemakeover #smiledesign #filling
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