Dentist Rooty Hill


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We are devoted to establishing permanent relationships with our patients’ families, accommodating the dental concerns of individuals from all age brackets.

Welcome to Pearl Dental Care

We extend a heartfelt invitation to our family-oriented dental clinic, focusing on your dental well-being and comfort from the moment you step in. Our amiable staff dedicates time to detailed consultations to ensure the highest standard of treatment for you.

Secure your appointment today and become a cherished member of our dental family.

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We dedicate ourselves to creating enduring bonds with our patient’s family, addressing the oral health requirements across all life stages.

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We strive to care for our patients with the most advanced methods and technology, ensuring their comfort and ease throughout.

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Dr Mansoor Naseem

Dr Naseem is an experienced general dentist with a focus on paediatric, cosmetic, and surgical dentistry. He holds a BDS ADC accreditation and has practised for eight years, gaining extensive knowledge in all areas of general dental care.

Meet Our Senior Dentist St Marys

Dr Mansoor Naseem

Why choose Dr Mansoor?

Dr Naseem is an experienced general dentist with a focus on paediatric, cosmetic, and surgical dentistry. He holds a BDS ADC accreditation and has practised for eight years, gaining extensive knowledge in all areas of general dental care.

Expertise and Skills

Dr Naseem has a skilful and smooth hand in dental treatments and surgeries. He is known for his expertise in wisdom tooth extractions and challenging root canal treatments.

Innovative Treatments

Dr Mansoor is committed to staying at the forefront of dental science, so that his patients enjoy treatments carried out with the latest techniques and technology.

Dedication towards Dentistry

“Maintaining one’s dental health is integral to our overall well-being. I truly care for my patients, and I have treated people as I would want to be treated with respect and honesty,” says Dr Mansoor Naseem.


We offer St Marys NSW and nearby suburbs high-quality, all-encompassing dental care, prioritising our patients always.
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Afraid of the dentist? We got you covered!

We offer IV sedation, nitrous oxide gas and oral sedation to help you have a comfortable and stress-free treatment.


Join us for a check-up, then we’ll plan your next steps! Secure your dental booking online or phone us on 02 9158 6312.

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Why Choose Us?

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Immediate Assistance Available

Dedicated emergency slots ensure you receive same-day service when urgent dental care is needed.

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Accessible Setting

Enjoy complimentary car parking and our proximity to diverse amenities designed to suit your requirements.

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Valuing Your Needs

We offer treatments customised to your desires, dedicating time to grasp your individual needs and worries.

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Cost-Effective Solutions

Chosen by BUPA and NIB, we welcome all private health insurance and provide CDBS bulk billing for suitable patients.

What do our patients have to say?

I am very happy with Dr Mansoor Naseem. He did a wonderful job on my teeth which other dentists just wanted to pull out. In fact he is so professional that my son is now also going to go to his surgery.


- Marlies
What do our patients have to say?

3 days before Christmas and I break a back molar. Concerned that I may have issues I called up SNK Dental immediately and said what had happened. They squeezed me in within an hour. Both the receptionist and dentist are very friendly and professional. Being an international tourist, I found he fixed my tooth at a very reasonable rate. I would definitely recommend this dentistry to others and actually have within the hour of getting home.


What do our patients have to say?

Staff are so welcoming and friendly. Dr. Mansoor Naseem was very knowledgeable and made sure I felt comfortable and informed at all times. Reasonable prices and extra touches made me feel relaxed and at ease. So glad I found SNK dental. See you in 6 months.


- Joanne Schofield

Your Insurance Supported

We utilise Zip and Humm payment plans to help spread the cost of treatment over time. Plus, all private insurance and Medicare vouchers for eligible children are accepted.

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Reach Out Now

For teeth brightening, urgent dental situations, or additional oral care, reach out to our St Marys dental professionals. Our skilled dental crew is ready to help you secure a vibrant smile.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the procedure for getting dental implants?

Dental implants are a revolutionary dental treatment offering a permanent solution for missing teeth. Teeth implants serve as a sturdy base for lifelike replacement teeth, restoring natural appearance and functionality. With implants, individuals can enjoy eating a wide variety of foods and maintain facial contours. These titanium posts are surgically implanted into the jaw bone, where they fuse with the bone, providing robust support for artificial teeth. Understanding the procedure for getting dental implants is essential for those considering this form of dental care service.

Initial Consultation and Planning

The first step in the dental implant process involves a comprehensive evaluation at a dental practice. During this initial consultation, the dentist performs a thorough examination of the patient’s oral health, including X-rays or CT scans, to assess the density and quality of the jawbone. This stage is crucial for planning the implant placement and ensuring the patient is a suitable candidate for the procedure. The dental team will discuss all relevant dental services, treatment options, and patient care considerations during this appointment.

Preparation and Dental Procedure

Depending on the individual’s needs, some patients may require preparatory procedures, such as bone grafting, to build up the jawbone. Once the site is ready and the jawbone is sufficiently prepared, the dental implant surgery can proceed. This dental surgery involves making a small incision in the gum to expose the bone and then drilling a hole where the dental implant will be placed. The implant acts as a new root for the tooth, securely anchored in the jaw. Following the insertion of the implant, a period of healing (osseointegration) begins, allowing the implant to bond with the bone. This phase can last several months but is critical for the success of the implant.

Abutment Placement and Impressions

Once the implant has fused with the jawbone, the subsequent step entails affixing an abutment to the implant. This component acts as the intermediary link between the tooth implant and the prosthetic tooth or crown. Another minor dental procedure is required to open the gum and attach the abutment. Following the completion of gum tissue healing around the abutment, mouth impressions are taken to craft the final crown, bridge, or denture. These prosthetics will then be securely attached to the implant.

Fitting and Final Adjustments

The last stage of the dental implant process involves placing the prosthetic tooth or teeth. Once the dental practice receives the custom-made crown, bridge, or denture, the patient returns to have it attached to the abutment. The dentist makes necessary modifications for a comfortable and seamless fit. This stage marks the completion of the dental implant procedure, leaving the patient with a restored smile.

Aftercare and Ongoing Maintenance

Following the completion of the dental implant procedure, proper aftercare is essential. Regular dental checkups, proper hygiene practices, and adherence to any specific care instructions suggested by the dental team are vital for the longevity of the implant. Dental care services do not end with the implantation; ongoing maintenance and regular dental checkups ensure the health and functionality of the implant and surrounding oral structures.

What are your opening hours?

Our opening hours are Monday to Friday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, offering exceptional service, including smile makeovers and various dental procedures. On Saturday, we are available from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM to accommodate your needs.

What is the process involved in teeth whitening?

Teeth whitening is a popular dental procedure designed to lighten teeth and remove stains and discolouration. Over time, teeth can become stained from foods, drinks, smoking, and poor oral hygiene. Teeth whitening is a sought-after solution for enhancing the aesthetic appeal of the smile. It is one of the most accessible and transformative dental procedures available, significantly improving the brightness of teeth.

How Teeth Whitening Works

The teeth whitening process entails the application of a whitening agent, typically containing hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide, to the teeth’s surface. These chemicals break down, allowing oxygen to enter the enamel and dentin, the layers of the tooth, and bleach the coloured substances. The structure of the tooth remains unchanged; only the tooth colour is made lighter.

Types of Teeth Whitening Procedures

  • In-Office Whitening. Professional in-office whitening, conducted under the supervision of a dentist, is the most efficient form of teeth whitening. This procedure uses higher concentrations of whitening agents compared to at-home kits. In-office whitening can provide the most significant colour change in the shortest amount of time, often within an hour. Protective measures, such as gum shields, are also used to protect the mouth’s soft tissues.
  • At-Home Whitening Kits. At-home whitening kits involve the patient applying a whitening product using custom-made trays tailored specifically to their dental structure, ensuring a consistent and safe application across all teeth surfaces. However, results from at-home kits typically take longer to appear, and patients are advised to adhere strictly to their dentist’s guidelines to ensure the safety and effectiveness of the treatment.
  • Over-the-Counter Whitening Products. Over-the-counter whitening options, such as strips and paint-on products, offer a more affordable but less effective alternative. These products contain the lowest concentration of whitening agents and might not provide the desired results for everyone.

Factors Affecting Teeth Whitening Results

The effectiveness of teeth whitening can vary based on several factors, including the type of staining and the whitening method chosen. Yellow-toned teeth typically respond best to whitening, while brown or grey tones may not bleach as well. Additionally, whitening will not affect the colour of fillings, veneers, crowns, or caps. It is necessary to consult with a dental professional to determine the most suitable whitening approach based on individual oral health and cosmetic goals.


Note: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

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We would love to hear from you! Whether you have questions about our services, want to schedule an appointment, or just need some advice on dental care, we're here to help.

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