We are actively monitoring the COVID-19/Coronavirus situation and taking steps to help keep our staff and patients safe. Read More
When patients hear the term dental implants, they usually associate it with a lengthy and painful—not to mention expensive treatment but this is not actually...Learn more
Bad breath also known as halitosis is a nasty and common occurrence that affects countless Australians each day. It is one of the more embarrassing forms...Learn more
World Cavity-Free Future Day (WCFFDay) is on Wednesday, 14th October and is the international day of promoting the fight against cavity also known as Caries...Learn more
Having healthy gums is just as important for your oral hygiene as having healthy teeth. While most of us are conscious about teeth brushing, it is often...Learn more
Are you sick of looking in the mirror and being unhappy with your smile? Thinking about getting veneers?
There may be certain things about your...
With one of Dr David Bassal’s best mates and fellow Dentist, Dr Ned Restom being a lucky survivor of his own cancer battle, along with so many of us...Learn more
With the stress COVID-19 has placed on everyone's lives, it is now more important than ever to look after your overall health and wellbeing. This September,...Learn more
At Warnervale Dental, we are your implant destination. Your days of needing to travel for quality dental treatment are over.
Did you know that Warnervale...
We understand that undergoing dental treatment can be a scary experience especially if you tend to get a bit anxious when it comes to visiting the dentists,...Learn more
Dental Health Week 2020- August 3rd - 9th
Navigating the cereal aisle and trying to choose a healthy cereal can be a confusing process. A simple...
For some people, wisdom teeth may grow and not give you any issues for your entire life, for others however they can a big pain! Are you looking for wisdom...Learn more
Warnervale Dental is delighted to continue to be actively supporting the local community and has once again partnered with local sporting clubs and groups...Learn more
We are delighted to introduce you to our new Oral health Therapist, Georgia Littler.
Georgia is passionate about preventative dental treatment...
Did you know that people with diabetes have a higher risk of tooth and gum problems?
The good news is prevention is in your hands. Learn what...
Now more than ever is the perfect time to enhance your smile!
Have you been considering dental treatment but not exactly sure where to start?
Looking for Dental Implants on the Central Coast? Dental implants are biocompatible titanium screws that are made to replace missing teeth and roots....Learn more
Do you wish you had straight teeth and keep putting off having them fixed? Well there is good news: a beautiful, straight smile is now easier to achieve...Learn more
There is nothing more important to us than your health, which is why staying on track with your dental appointments and treatment whilst maintaining...Learn more
We are proud to be able to offer Central Coast residents in this difficult time emergency dental care services. If you are suffering from a...Learn more
Oral health during COVID-19: Now more than ever it is highly important and necessary to fit caring for your teeth and gums into you and your family’s...Learn more
Doing the floss has become very popular, the dance craze however, not actual teeth flossing. Now more than ever it is critical to do everything we can...Learn more
So, the Easter bunny and the delicious treats he leaves every year is fast approaching. The good news is this: With proper precautions, you can enjoy...Learn more
As a dental practice we take infection control very seriously on a day to day basis, however with the recent global events we are now stepping it up even...Learn more
Our team and patient’s health and safety are our top priority. We are closely monitoring all official announcements regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) and...Learn more
A root canal is the name of the dental procedure that cleans out the decay in your tooth’s pulp and root. The aim of root canal treatment is to save a...Learn more
Did you know that sporting injuries are one of the most common types of dental injury? Every year, thousands of Aussies are treated for dental injuries...Learn more
Access your Super to replace missing teeth Using Your Superannuation to Pay for Dental Treatment Going to the...Learn more
For years dentures have been the go-to option for replacement teeth and if you've ever had a tooth replaced, you likely have dentures. While dentures allow...Learn more
Some people live with their wisdom teeth for their entire lives; however, this is not the case for many people who experience significant pain and discomfort...Learn more
Our wonderful receptionist/dental nurse, Kathleen is the heart and soul of Warnervale Dental and the person who will always greet you with a smile. She...Learn more
Are you in pain? Are you suffering from terminal decaying teeth and infection? Have...Learn more
Diabetes is a common disease affecting just under 2 million Australians. The first signs and symptoms of diabetes can occur in the mouth, so it is important...Learn more
The team at Warnervale Dental strongly believes that everyone, no matter who they are deserves a healthy beautiful smile. One of our lovely patients...Learn more
Have you been considering cosmetic dentistry but are wanting to find a dentist who truly cares about you as a person not just as set of teeth? Patients...Learn more
If you are embarrassed to show your smile because you have lost teeth over time, All-on-X dental implants can make you smile again. The All-on- X dental...Learn more
Warnervale Dental is passionate about improving the oral health of those in need and promoting the critical role it plays in a person’s quality of life....Learn more
The team at Warnervale Dental are highly passionate about caring for the oral health of the local community, particularly the kiddies and have been visiting...Learn more
If you are like most people on the Central Coast, you’re probably keeping track of a big, long list of things you need to or should be doing. Cars needing...Learn more
Warnervale Dental is delighted to be actively supporting the local community and have partnered with local sporting clubs and groups including Wyong...Learn more
Local dental practice, Warnervale Dental has partnered up with mobile dental services provider Teeth N Smiles who deliver free dental care to students...Learn more
Good oral hygiene should begin at an early age. That’s why it’s important to ensure your children learn how to properly look after their teeth from...Learn more
For some time now you haven’t been happy with the appearance of your smile and wish there was something that you could do about it, but you don’t know...Learn more
From early as 1,or when their first tooth erupts, little ones should make visits to the dentist, who aim to make what can be a nervous experience, a beneficial...Learn more
That trip to the dentist is often an adventure one may not look forward to. Dental hygiene however plays a big role in our overall health and is essential...Learn more