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Pain and Anxiety Management


We can Help you Overcome your Fear and Anxiety

Dr Tony Younis is an accredited member of the Australian society of Dental Anaesthesiology.

He completed his graduate diploma in clinical dentistry (conscious sedation and pain control) at Sydney University Westmead Hospital. He has special interest in Conscious Sedation and Hypnosis and their application to clinical dentistry.

Our philosophy of care is to ensure a high standard of physical and emotional care during your treatment. Safety and support of each person are emphasized and their individual identity, dignity and need for privacy are maintained.

We employ the latest techniques and drugs to help you feel comfortable and relaxed in our practice.


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One Appointment Dentistry

One Appointment Dentistry is also available - to have all dental work in one visit either under IV or oral sedation in our rooms or under General anaesthetic.

You can get the dental treatment you've been putting off for so long, whether it's a routine dental hygiene visit or a restorative procedure.

Who Can Benefit?

  • People with anxiety and fear before dental appointment which stem from many Reasons
  • Difficulty to get numb.
  • Strong gag reflex.
  • Having oral surgery and wisdom teeth extractions

How Does it Work?

Oral sedation: you take two tabs of oral sedative 1 hour before your appointment.

Sometimes we give you two more extra tabs before giving local anaesthetic to help you feel more relaxed.

IV sedation: one or more drugs are administered into a vein. The amount of drugs varies according to the individual weight and needs. Afterwards local anaesthetic is administered, so patients will not feel pain during the procedure and afterwards. Patients are constantly monitored to ensure the optimum level of sedation is achieved.

Conscious sedation is very safe and effective. It is not a replacement for General Anaesthetic, at no time is the patient unconscious during the procedure and will respond to command from clinical staff and may even hear the conversation but may not recall it after due to amnesia (loss of memory of the events).