Preventative Care

Ensuring Healthy Smiles for Life

Learn how to keep your teeth and gums in good condition


Your Path to Lifelong Oral Health

Preventative Dental Care

At Winning Smiles Dentists, we believe that prevention is the key to maintaining optimal oral health. Our comprehensive preventative dental care is designed for everyone, and we are committed to providing friendly and easily understandable information.

Are you looking to keep your recently treated teeth in great shape? Wondering how to maintain healthy teeth and avoid frequent dental visits? We’ve got you covered. Our team will guide you through effective oral hygiene practices, including proper brushing and flossing techniques. We also offer services such as dental sealants, fluoride treatments, and mouthguards to protect your teeth from decay, damage, and injury.

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Brushing and Flossing

Tooth brushing – Brush your teeth at least twice per day. The most important time to brush is before going to bed because during the night, plaque bacteria can build up and cause cavities and gum disease.

Flossing – Daily flossing is the best way to clean between your teeth. Believe it or not, floss covers more of your tooth than your toothbrush! That is, if you are properly wrapping the floss in a C-shape around your tooth and sliding it below the gum and wiping the side of your tooth between your tooth. Your toothbrush can only clean above the gum line, but dental floss gets below it, where the bacteria and plaque resides.


What is a Dental Sealant?

A dental sealant is a plastic coating that is applied to the grooves and pits of teeth on the chewing surface. Grooves in back teeth can be so narrow that toothbrush bristles can’t get inside them to clean them properly, but guess what does? Bacteria. Bacteria that cause tooth decay. By having the plastic sealant coating placed over the teeth, we can prevent the most common cause of tooth decay in both kids and adults.


Fluoride is the most effective agent to help prevent tooth decay and sensitivity. It works in two ways.

  1. Topical Fluoride strengthens teeth after they have erupted by seeping into the outer enamel surface and making the tooth more resistant to decay. Fluoride is in toothpaste, rinses, and gels. Professionally applied fluoride, in the dentist’s office, is recommended twice a year during your cleaning/check up appointment.
  2. Systemic Fluoride strengthens teeth that haven’t yet erupted, and teeth that have already erupted. The most common source of systemic fluoride is in our municipal water supplies. Parents need to watch children when they brush their teeth to make sure they do not swallow their toothpaste. Excess fluoride causes fluorosis, which causes white spots and sometimes even dark brown spots on teeth.

Mouth guards

TMJ or Grinding Splints can be made for people who grind or clench their teeth. Splints basically protect the teeth from wear, which at times can be severe if not treated. The bite guard is worn at night when most unconscious grinding and subsequent damage to the teeth occurs. People who find they grind their teeth during the day, may also wear their guard as needed.

  • Sport Mouthguards
  • Athletic Mouthguards

Protection of the front teeth is critical when playing contact sports, such as soccer, football, hockey, and even baseball. We can make custom made mouthguards in lots of different colors for the athlete in the family. All it takes is a simple impression. We do the rest.

Winning Smiles Dental Surgery serves to resident around Blacktown, Denham Court, Galston, Parramatta, Penrith, Liverpool, Rooty hills, Marsden park, Stanhope gardens, Baulkham hills, Westmead, Windsor, Richmond, Leppington, Gregory Hills,Edmondson Park, Gledswood Hills, Campbelltown, Narellan, Mount Annan, Carnes Hill, Ingleburn, Minto, Oran Park, Harrington Park, Austral, Raby, Kearns, West Hoxton, Hoxton Park, Carnes Hill, Horningsea Park, Prestons Castle hills NSW, Dural, Middle Dural, Glenorie, Kenthurst, Arcadia, Cherrybrook, Hornsby, Hornsby Heights, Asquith, Castle Hill and the surrounding communities.