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YOUR TRUSTED DENTAL EXPERT IN PENNANT HILLS

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Welcome to Beyond 32 Dental

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YOUR PARTNER FOR A THOROUGH AND WELCOMING DENTAL JOURNEY

At Beyond 32 Dental, we welcome you to a professional and friendly dental experience designed to cater to all your dental health needs. Established in 2013 by the devoted husband and wife duo Dr Jeff Lin and Dr Jennifer Chung, our practice has become the choice for valued patients in Castle Hill, Glen Haven, Thornleigh, Pennant Hills, and beyond.
Our services range from routine check-ups to handling dental emergencies with utmost care and precision. Our friendly, experienced crew is committed to providing professional dental care in a comfortable environment, ensuring that your visit is a pleasant one.
Trust Beyond 32 Dental for a comprehensive approach to your dental health. With our high-quality care and friendly atmosphere, we strive to provide you with the best dental experience. Whether it’s a regular appointment or a dental emergency, we’re here for you.

For your Professional and Friendly Dental Experience

At Beyond 32 Dental, we take pride in our professionalism, the comfort of our practice and our range of services. If you’re in need of a check-up or some dental work done, then it’s time to book an appointment online today and see why we’re the dental practice of choice for our valued patients in Castle Hill, Glen Haven, Thornleigh, Pennant Hills and beyond.

Feel free to get in touch with our friendly team about any queries or concerns you might have. We look forward to working with you soon.

Beyond 32 Dental was established in 2013 by our husband and wife team-Dr Jeff Lin and Dr Jennifer Chung. Our surgery lives by the adage, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” For us, that means providing our patients with exemplary care, commitment, and comfort.

Our results speak for themselves

OUR LEADING DENTAL OFFERINGS

Porcelain Veneers

Teeth Whitening

Are you dealing with stained teeth? Feeling self-conscious about them? Tired of off-the-shelf teeth whitening products? Consider our professional teeth whitening solution, which utilises potent whitening agents.
Dental Implants

Dental Implants

Dental implants consist of biocompatible titanium rods positioned underneath the jawbone. Once fully fused with the bone, they can serve as a foundation for prosthetic teeth or as an anchor point for unstable dentures.
Orthodontics

Damon Braces

The Damon System represents a groundbreaking advancement in modern orthodontics. This low-friction, minimal force system adjusts teeth in a more biologically sensitive manner, and, importantly, it achieves results more rapidly!

WHY SELECT US?

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Unsurpassed patient comfort

Our commitment is to ensure your visit is as relaxing as possible!
We’ve equipped our practice with a dental chair that can rival the cosiest of lounge chairs, enabling you to enjoy TV during your treatment!
Furthermore, we utilise advanced techniques to minimise discomfort, and our practice atmosphere will make you feel entirely at ease.
Don’t hesitate to ask for our comfort menu during your visit and explore additional offerings!

Cutting-edge technology on premises

At Beyond 32 Dental, we pour significant resources into the most advanced equipment and technology, ensuring only the highest standard of care.
Our practice boasts 3D X-rays, a digital scanner to replace old-fashioned moulds, and happy gas, and we also provide sleep dentistry within our premises.

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Unsurpassed patient comfort
Our commitment is to ensure your visit is as relaxing as possible!
We’ve equipped our practice with a dental chair that can rival the cosiest of lounge chairs, enabling you to enjoy TV during your treatment!
Furthermore, we utilise advanced techniques to minimise discomfort, and our practice atmosphere will make you feel entirely at ease.
Don’t hesitate to ask for our comfort menu during your visit and explore additional offerings!
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Cutting-edge technology on premises

At Beyond 32 Dental, we pour significant resources into the most advanced equipment and technology, ensuring only the highest standard of care.
Our practice boasts 3D X-rays, a digital scanner to replace old-fashioned moulds, and happy gas, and we also provide sleep dentistry within our premises.

ABOUT US

Beyond 32 Dental

Inaugurated in 2013, Beyond 32 Dental is the brainchild of Dr Jeff Lin and Dr Jennifer Chung, a dedicated husband-wife duo. Guided by the timeless principle, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you,” we focus on delivering remarkable care, unwavering dedication, and unmatched comfort to our patients.

meet our dental team

Dr Jeff Liin

Dr Jeff Lin

BDSc (Qld)

Dr Jeff attributes his warm character and positive, influential charm to growing up in Dunedin, New Zealand. It was here that he obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from the University of Otago.

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Dr Jennifer Chung

Dr Jennifer Chung

BDSc (Qld)

Growing up in Malaysia, Dr Jen came to Australia
to study dentistry and graduated from the University of Queensland in 2009. It was here that Dr Jen developed a true passion for her chosen professional and, by coincidence, her practice partner and future husband, Dr Jeff Lin.

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Dr Jeff Liin

Dr. Jeff Lin

BDSc (Qld)

Dr Jeff attributes his warm character and positive, influential charm to growing up in Dunedin, New Zealand. It was here that he obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from the University of Otago.

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Dr Jennifer Chung

Dr. Jennifer Chung

BDSc (Qld)

Growing up in Malaysia, Dr Jen came to Australia
to study dentistry and graduated from the University of Queensland in 2009. It was here that Dr Jen developed a true passion for her chosen professional and, by coincidence, her practice partner and future husband, Dr Jeff Lin.

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Dr Julia Le

Dr David Attia

BDSc(Griffith), GradDipDent(Griffith), MSc(Oral Implantology)(Goethe)
GradDip(Ortho)(CoL), FICOI

Dr David Attia has been in private practice since
completing his dental degree at Griffith University, Queensland. Following graduation, David has attended numerous post-graduate courses and education programs.

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Clinic Burpengary Dentist

Dr Ashleigh Wong

Dr Ashleigh completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Queensland and holds a Bachelor of Dental Science with Class I Honours. Being born and raised in the Hills, she is thrilled to be back in Cherrybrook to look after our local community.

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Dr Julia Le

Dr. David Attia

BDSc(Griffith), GradDipDent(Griffith), MSc(Oral Implantology)(Goethe)
GradDip(Ortho)(CoL), FICOI

Dr David Attia has been in private practice since
completing his dental degree at Griffith University, Queensland. Following graduation, David has attended numerous post-graduate courses and education programs.

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Clinic Burpengary Dentist

Dr. Ashleigh Wong

Dr Ashleigh completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Queensland, and holds a Bachelor of Dental Science with Class I Honours. Being born and raised in the Hills, she is thrilled to be back in Cherrybrook to look after our local community.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can one eliminate bad breath effectively?

Bad breath (halitosis) can affect anyone at any time. It can cause embarrassment, affect confidence, and even impact social interactions. Luckily, there are several methods to manage and prevent bad breath.

Understand the Causes of Bad Breath

Identifying the root causes of bad breath is crucial in its management. Typically, it results from bacteria buildup on the tongue’s back, between teeth, or along the gum line. These bacteria break down food particles, emitting unpleasant odours. Additionally, bad breath may indicate underlying oral health problems like gum disease, tooth decay, or infections. Lifestyle choices, such as smoking or specific food and drink consumption, can also contribute to bad breath.

Comprehensive Dental Care

Preventing bad breath begins with comprehensive dental care. Maintain excellent oral hygiene by brushing your teeth twice daily, flossing to remove plaque and debris, and using an antiseptic mouthwash. Don’t forget to brush your tongue or use a tongue scraper to eliminate bacteria on its surface.

Regularly replacing your toothbrush every three to four months is also necessary, as worn-out bristles can harbour bacteria leading to bad breath.

Dental Treatments

If you still find bad breath a problem despite maintaining good oral hygiene, dental treatment may be necessary. Regular dental cleanings by a professional dentist effectively eliminate accumulated plaque and tartar. For individuals with gum disease, a deep cleaning procedure called scaling and root planing is carried out to remove bacteria and smooth tooth roots, aiding gum reattachment. In certain instances, bad breath may result from an infected tooth, necessitating a root canal to remove the infected pulp and preserve the tooth.

Oral Health and Regular Dental Check-ups

The importance of consistent dental check-ups cannot be overstated in the quest to eliminate bad breath. Regular dental visits allow for the early detection of potential issues such as tooth decay or gum disease that might contribute to bad breath. Your dentist can provide suitable advice and dental treatments based on your individual oral health needs.

Dietary Considerations

Certain foods like onions, garlic, and some spices can cause bad breath. While it may not be necessary to completely eliminate these foods from your diet, it’s worth being mindful of your intake, especially before social engagements.

Staying hydrated is also important. A well-hydrated mouth prevents bacterial growth that leads to bad breath. Drinking ample water keeps your mouth moist and flushes away food particles and bacteria.

Which individuals are suitable candidates for dental implants?

General Health Considerations

Good general health is a crucial factor for those considering dental implants. Chronic conditions such as uncontrolled diabetes or heart disease may impede the healing process post-surgery. It’s essential for individuals considering this treatment to discuss their medical history comprehensively with their dental practice.

Oral Health Requirements

Ideal candidates for teeth implants should have good oral health. Conditions like untreated tooth decay, active gum disease, or inadequate bone density in the jaw can complicate the implant procedure. An experienced dental team will conduct thorough examinations during initial dental visits to assess oral health and determine suitability for the procedure.

Commitment to Dental Hygiene and Regular Dental Visits

Maintaining oral hygiene and scheduling regular dental checkups are crucial for the long-term success of teeth implants. Consistent brushing, daily flossing, and professional cleanings promote the health and durability of your implants.

Those willing to invest time and effort into maintaining their oral health often find dental implants a beneficial solution to their dental needs.

Lifestyle Factors

Smoking is a significant factor that can adversely impact the success of implants, as it hampers the healing process and can contribute to implant failure. Ideally, candidates considering dental implants should be willing to quit smoking.

What are the reasons for gum bleeding?

Bleeding gums can be a concerning symptom that should not be overlooked. Often, it’s a sign of an underlying oral health issue that requires immediate attention.

Poor Oral Hygiene Practises

The most common cause of gum bleeding is inadequate oral hygiene, leading to plaque buildup along the gum line. Plaque is a sticky, clear substance that consists of bacteria, which can cause irritation and inflammation of the gum tissue, resulting in bleeding. If left untreated, this can lead to a more serious gum disease known as periodontitis.

Gingivitis: The Early Stage of Gum Disease

When plaque isn’t removed effectively, it can cause gum inflammation, known as gingivitis. The primary symptom of gingivitis is bleeding gums, especially when brushing or flossing. Gingivitis is reversible with good oral hygiene practices and professional dental cleanings.

Periodontitis: A Serious Gum Disease

Unaddressed gingivitis can advance to periodontitis, a more severe gum disease. Periodontitis causes the gum and bone to recede, forming pockets around the teeth.

These small spaces collect debris and can become infected, leading to gum bleeding, pain, and eventual tooth loss if not managed promptly.

Medications Contributing to Gum Bleeding

Certain medications, particularly blood thinners, can cause gum bleeding. These medications decrease the blood’s ability to clot, resulting in easier bleeding. If you’re experiencing gum bleeding and are on blood thinners, it’s crucial to notify your dentist.

Hormonal Changes in Women

Hormonal changes during puberty, pregnancy, menstrual cycle, or menopause can make gums more sensitive, causing them to bleed. Regular dental check-ups during these times can help manage gum health effectively.

Improper Brushing and Flossing Techniques

While regular brushing and flossing are crucial for maintaining oral health, using the wrong technique can also lead to gum bleeding. Hard brushing can cause the gums to recede, leading to bleeding and sensitivity. It’s recommended to use a delicate toothbrush and gentle, circular motions while brushing.

Nutritional Deficiencies

Proper nutrition plays a significant role in gum health, and deficiencies in essential vitamins like C and K can lead to gum bleeding. Vitamin C is crucial to prevent conditions like scurvy, which causes gum bleeding and swelling. Meanwhile, adequate vitamin K intake supports blood clotting, reducing the risk of easy bleeding. Maintaining a balanced diet can promote healthy gums and overall oral well-being.

Is teeth whitening safe?

Teeth whitening is generally considered safe for your teeth when performed correctly. Most whitening agents use a safe form of peroxide that bleaches the teeth to remove stains and discolouration. Whether done by a dental professional or using over-the-counter products, proper usage is vital.

However, before undergoing teeth whitening, it’s crucial to consult with a dentist. They will assess your oral health to ensure teeth whitening is a suitable and effective option for you. Prioritising the health of your teeth will help you achieve the brighter smile you desire effectively.

Can I visit a dental professional during pregnancy without any concerns?

Absolutely! Visiting a dental professional during pregnancy is not only safe but highly recommended. Pregnancy-related hormonal changes can lead to dental issues like gingivitis, pregnancy tumours, and tooth erosion, emphasising the importance of dental care.

Fortunately, routine dental work, including dental cleaning, can be safely done at any stage of pregnancy. Regular dental checkups and care can help maintain optimal oral health for both the mother and the baby.

For dental emergencies, treatment should not be delayed. Untreated dental issues can pose risks to the mother and foetus.

It is safe to visit a dental professional during pregnancy. However, it’s essential to inform your dentist about your pregnancy, any medications you’re taking, and advice from your obstetrician. This ensures your dental professional can provide the safest care possible.

Maintaining good oral hygiene at home is also crucial. Consistent brushing and flossing help prevent or minimise dental problems during pregnancy, contributing to overall oral health for both the mother and the baby.

What are the different types of teeth implants available?

Endosteal Implants

Endosteal implants are typically shaped like small screws, cylinders, or plates and are made from a biocompatible material such as titanium. The dental implant treatment involves the placement of endosteal implants directly into the jawbone. After the gum tissue has healed, a second surgery connects a post to the implant. The final step includes attaching artificial teeth individually or in groups on a denture or bridge to complete the process.

Subperiosteal Implants

Subperiosteal implants are different kinds of tooth implants that are placed under the gum but above or on the jawbone. They are used when patients lack sufficient healthy natural jawbones and prefer not to undergo bone augmentation. These implants are equipped with a metal frame that is positioned below the gum tissue, resting on the jawbone. As the gums heal, the frame becomes securely attached to the jawbone. Posts are attached to the frame, protruding through the gums to support the artificial teeth.

Zygomatic Implants

Zygomatic implants are the least common type. This option is chosen when the patient’s upper jaw lacks sufficient bone for traditional implants and bone grafting is not feasible. The implant is placed in the cheekbone (zygoma) rather than the upper jaw.

Immediate Load Dental Implants

Same-day dental implants offer the convenience of receiving a temporary tooth on the same day as your implant placement. This option is suitable when there is enough natural bone and a secure implant to support immediate placement and pressure on the temporary tooth.

Mini Dental Implants

Commonly referred to as narrow or small diameter implants, these dental implants are designed to be toothpick-sized, narrower than the more commonly used types. They are placed through less-invasive techniques and are primarily used to stabilise a lower denture.

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