Roger Gomez | Dentist in Burwood, Sydney inner west, and Fairfield
Roger Gomez Dental Surgery, located in Burwood and Fairfield in Sydney NSW, provides a range of general dental, preventative dental and cosmetic dental care in English and Spanish with an emphasis on using the most modern techniques and technologies.
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Our Dental Services

Roger Gomez Dental Surgery provides top quality dental care in Burwood and Fairfield in Sydney NSW, with a range of dental services including general dental, teeth straightening and orthodontics, dental implants, crowns and bridges, root canal treatments, dentures and teeth whitening.

Meet our team

Roger Gomez and his staff provide highest quality general, preventative and cosmetic dental care in English and Spanish, using the most modern techniques and technologies.

What are mini implants?

single tooth implant
Mini implants or Small diameter implants have been in use since the mid 1970s. These implants were initially used to increase the stability of dentures. However its use has largely spread to the areas of fixed restorations (crowns and bridges).

Latest dental news from our blog

Take responsibility for diseases that start at home

I want to use this subject as an example of modern diseases that start at home. In other words diseases for which we are responsible. We cannot blame the State, Federal Government or at this stage as thinking adults blame our parents....

The evolution of dental treatments: Always ask the tough questions

In this blog post Dr. Roger Gomez explains why you should take with a grain of salt some of the latest and popular business innovations in the dental and medical industries. Always ask the tough questions to your practitioner, even if you are not paying the full price or upfront for your treatment, remember that, in some cases, you get what you pay for, and what you pay for might not necessarily mean you get the level of treatment that you need....

Caries in Kids

In this blog entry, Dr Johanna talks about cavities, tells us what causes them and gives some nutritional and general advice to parents to avoid cavities in your kid’s teeth....

The risks of losing your child’s baby teeth at an early age

Dear Readers, Continuing with these informative commentaries, it still strikes us the increasing number of children presenting more carious lesions, or having lost baby teeth at an early age; a situation that cannot be quite explained by the parents. Likewise, we observe a larger number......

Update to the existing Medicare Child Dental Benefit Schedule

On 23 April 2016, the Australian Government announced its intention to close this program from 1 July 2016. This program will be replaced with the ‘Child and Adult Public Dental Scheme’, which you can find more information on In the meantime, if your child......

Meet our dentists: Dr Johanna

Dr Johanna is part of our team of dentists; she has worked in the dental industry for 9 years and has a special interest in preventive dentistry, crown and bridge work, cosmetic Dentistry and Orthodontics....

Latest Dental news in 2016

Medicare's CDBS (Child Dental Benefit Scheme) is allowing a large number of eligible children to receive a good level of dental work....

Bisphosphonates and Dentistry

“Osteoporosis is a disease that causes the bones to become weaker and easily broken.” The bones are very dynamic tissues, constantly in a process of remodeling and require to be formed and destroyed....

How to tell if your kid needs braces

There are many reasons why a child might benefit from braces. You should have your child start seeing a dentist within six months of the first tooth erupting or by age one....

Diabetes and your oral health

A couple of friends have been admitted to hospital not long ago, one of them has already been in for the last 4 weeks and the second one for about 2 weeks. They were admitted due to foot ulcerations that were not healing. They did not know they have Diabetes....

What are Mini Implants?

These implants were initially used to increase the stability of dentures. However its use has largely spread to the areas of fixed restorations (crowns and bridges)....

Teeth grinding (Bruxism)

Bruxism is the habit of clenching, gnashing or grinding your teeth. Bruxism happens during sleep, but some people also suffer from this when awake....

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