Welcome to Your Family Dentist Liverpool

The beautiful smile of your dreams is within your grasp. When you visit Your Family Dentist Liverpool, you will learn what so many other patients in Liverpool and Sydney have already discovered – that technical skill, years of experience, a keen artistic eye, and a commitment to personalized care truly make a difference. YFDL will deliver a dental experience unlike any other you have ever had

Your Family Dentist Liverpool is a state of art dental surgery located at the intersection of Elizabeth Drive and Bathurst Street in Liverpool, NSW. We attend emergencies 24*7. We have 4 sophisticated dental rooms and are happy to provide same day appointments for all your dental needs. We believe in providing highest standards of dentistry in a very relaxed and professional way. Our friendly team likes to welcome you with a big smile and they also make sure that you are well looked after while you are here.

We are here for the long haul to beautify and maintain your teeth and gums. If we cannot do it the best, we will work with someone who can (we organize specialist referrals to specialists we trust).

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Our Team

Dr. Shaveta Bhayani
Speciality: Principal Dentist
Degrees: B.D.S.
Experience: 8 + years
Work days: Monday- Saturday

Dr. Shaveta Bhayani has an experience of 8 years of treating happy patients. She is an Australian Certified Dentist having passed in Cairns.Currently enrolled in FRACD’S programme . Loves preventive and Cosmetic Dentistry. They intend to maintain the quality and at the same time upgrade the technology.

Dr. Nick Bhayani
Speciality: Principal Dentist
Degrees: B.D.S.
Experience: 9 + years
Work days: Monday-Saturday

Dr. Nick Bhayani was born and brought up in Mumbai, The financial Capital of Indian. he graduated and practiced in Mumbai for 5 years. He moved to Sydney in 2011 to broaden both his professional and personal Experience. He is an Australian Dental Certified Dentist having passed in Melbourne. With an unrivalled enthusasm for his profession, he is driven continually to extend the boundaries of knowledge and undertake further training programmes to stay ahead in field. They intend to maintain the quality and at the same time upgrade the technology.

Our Services



There are two simple steps to good oral hygiene and healthy teeth and gums; regular visits to your  dentist  and good home care.

Poor oral hygiene will lead to a number of problems, some of them extremely serious if left untreated.

Some signs to look for are:
• Bleeding gums
• Swollen and inflamed gums
• Loose teeth
• Receding gums
• Bad breath

Dr Nick and Dr Shaveta are enthusiastic about educating patients on the most effective ways to keep their teeth and gums healthy and long-lasting. They love advising thier patients on all aspects of dental hygiene, including the use of toothbrushes, electronic aids, dental floss and inter-dental brushes.

For patients with sensitive areas, we take extra effort to keep the appointment relaxed and pleasant by offering solutions such as happy gas, local anesthetic gel etc . Our hygienists are also happy to discuss these problem areas and provide a solution to ensure that you are comfortable throughout your appointment.

Health Implications of Poor Oral Health

Research shows a clear link between periodontal disease and the following medical conditions:
. Cardiovascular disease risk, with increased risk of stroke and heart attack. 
• Premature birth with low birth weight in babies 
• Uncontrolled diabetes in adult diabetics 
• Increased risk of pneumonia, particularly in elderly patients

How often should I see my dentist?
To maintain healthy teeth and gums, it is recommended you visit your dentist twice a year.

What will my dental hygienist or clinician do?
Your dental hygienist or clinician will examine your mouth to assess the overall health of your teeth and gums and to look for any signs of periodontal disease (see below for more information).

He/she will then do a thorough clean, scale and polish. The scale will be done using ultrasonic scaling and may be followed with hand scaling, polish and fluoride. This removes any bacterial deposits and plaque from above and below the gum surface. Once the plaque has been removed, your teeth will be polished, leaving them feeling smooth and fresh.

Your dental hygienist or clinician will then show you how to care for your teeth at home, and will recommend the correct products for you to use.

Periodontal Disease

Periodontal (or gum) disease is a process that starts with a biofilm that adheres to the surface of your teeth. Gums first become red, then inflamed and swollen. Later, the bone that supports the teeth is eaten away. In the terminal stages, this leads to tooth loss.

What is biofilm?
This is the thin layer of saliva, bacteria and food that clings to the teeth. It is often referred to as plaque.

What is tartar or calculus?
When the biofilm is not removed by professional care and daily brushing and flossing, it mineralises. Once this happens, it forms a tenacious bond that can only be removed by the hygienist or dentist.

What’s to lose?
Periodontal disease is the major cause of tooth loss in adults. However, this does not have to happen. Consistent periodontal care including examination and X-rays as needed are key to your oral health.

The Stages of Periodontal Disease

A mild inflammation of the gums, which may occasionally bleed when you brush and floss. No bone loss has occurred, so it is totally reversible.

This is the next stage of periodontal disease. Here the gums separate from the tooth allowing bacteria to invade. The toxins they produce cause additional inflammation and bleeding. Much more damaging is the bone loss that occurs, as it is irreversible damage. With early intervention and proper care, this loss can be maintained non-surgically, preserving your teeth.

Advanced stages
In the terminal stages of periodontal disease, pronounced loss of gum attachment, bone loss, pus accumulation and eventual tooth loss are exhibited. In its earlier stages, surgical intervention may be recommended. In latter stages, there is no cure except for extractions.

Periodontal Treatments

Your hygienist and/or dentist will measure the degree of any breakdown of the gums using a probe.

Routine cleaning
The teeth are cleaned of all hard and soft deposits.

Debridement/Root planing
The root surfaces of the teeth are cleansed of all deposits allowing inflammation to decrease and arresting bone destruction. Local anaesthetic may be used.

Oral irrigation
We may recommend rinses and/or gels to aid in reducing bacteria. This will ease sensitivity and promote oral health.

Some situations require a surgical intervention to re-establish optimal health. In these cases, you may be referred to a specialist.

     EXAM & X-RAYS

A dental exam and x-rays are very important beginning steps to determine the health of your teeth, gums and mouth. The dentists will examine your mouth gently and explore the state of your teeth and gums, talking you through the process step by step. 

Bitewing Radiographs are taken every two years in most individuals to pick up early decay or secondary decay.

They will take x-rays of your mouth – this will assist with initial prognosis in the exam and help with diagnosis.  our practice offer panoramic x-rays, which show a broad view of the jaws, teeth, sinuses, nasal area, and jaw joints, and reveal problems such as impacted teeth, bone abnormalities, cysts, solid growths (tumours), infections and fractures.

If you have any dental problems, it is always best to contact  Your Family dentist Liverpool for an exam and x-rays, so they can provide you with a treatment plan that is unique to you.


One of the most helpful tools for dentists is the pan-oral x-ray machine.

This machine takes a single x-ray of your head from the eyes down to your mid neck and from ear to ear. It enables dentists to get a general overview of the patient’s mouth, especially those hard-to-reach areas.

This allows us to see:

  • Any hard tissue changes in your bone that supports the teeth (checking for signs of periodontal disease)
  • All of your teeth from the crown to the bottom of root (checking for abscesses, root fractures, impacted wisdom tooth positions or ill-fitting restorations)
  • Jaw fractures
  • Changes in your jaw joint
  • Diseases of the jaw bones (such as cancer, cysts and other mouth pathologies)
  • Sinus problems


  1. Multiple Dental Tooth Implants 

    As the name suggests, this kind of procedure is done in the case of several gaps in the mouth. In case of collective missing gaps, dental tooth implants with a bridge can be done. An implant bridge will consist of the crowns on dental tooth implants as well as, pontic crowns. In case of missing gaps at various locations, then separate single dental tooth implants with dental crown or a combination of dental tooth implants with dental crown and dental bridges may be done in replacing missing gaps.

  1. Implant Supported Dentures

    As the name suggests, an implant-supported denture is an over denture supported and attached to implants. For all those who don’t know, a regular denture rests on the gums, and is not supported by implants. 

    An implant-supported denture is typically used when the patient lacks teeth in the jaw, but has enough bone in the jaw to support implants. An implant-supported denture has special attachments that hold onto attachments on the implants. They are usually are constructed for the lower jaw because regular dentures tend to be less stable there. Usually, a regular denture made to fit an upper jaw is quite stable on its own and doesn't need the extra support offered by implants. However, the patient can have an implant-supported denture in either the upper or lower jaw


As the name suggests, an implant-supported denture is an over denture supported and attached to implants. For all those who don’t know, a regular denture rests on the gums, and is not supported by implants. 

An implant-supported denture is typically used when the patient lacks teeth in the jaw, but has enough bone in the jaw to support implants. An implant-supported denture has special attachments that hold onto attachments on the implants. They are usually are constructed for the lower jaw because regular dentures tend to be less stable there. Usually, a regular denture made to fit an upper jaw is quite stable on its own and doesn't need the extra support offered by implants. However, the patient can have an implant-supported denture in either the upper or lower jaw


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Wearing braces has never been so convenient and comfortable. With recent advances in material technology, orthodontic treatments can be completed in a very short span of time, without anyone knowing about it. Gone are the days of ugly metal braces which had to be worn for years.


Invisible braces or clear aligners are wafer-thin, transparent aligners that fit snugly on your teeth and gently move them in place to give you a perfect smile. They offer you all the benefits of conventional orthodontics without the inconvenience of having to wear brackets and wires.


Computer crafted: Invisible braces are created using the latest digital mapping and molding technology.

Transparent: Invisible braces are clear so no one will know you’re straightening your teeth.

Removable: You can remove your alligners to eat, drink or brush.

Comfortable: Invisible braces have clear edges that don’t irritate your gums or cheeks.

Effective: The treatment is completed in very short span of time – 6 to 24 months and shows the most accurate results



Early Childhood Cavity

Cavity which occurs from one year to six years of kids life. This involves multiple milk teeth which often looks like teeth stains in young children. The major reason is due to prolonged breast feeding and the another major reason is also use of bottle feeding etc.


Space Maintainer

 A space maintainer is placed following early loss/extraction of milk molars. It is a fixed appliance which is place on the neighbouring tooth of the tooth which has been removed due to excessive infection and damage. It maintains the space which was previously occupied by the tooth so that when permanent tooth will erupt it will erupt in right position.


Caps in Milk Tooth

Badly damaged milk back tooth requires additional support like the tooth with large cavity or a broken tooth. It is also strongly recommended in all the milk teeth which undergo root canal treatment.

Root Canal Treatment

When tooth decay (caries) isn't treated on time, it gets deeper and the infection reaches the nerve (pulp tissue). Such teeth requires endodontic treatment (root canal treatment). This may also be required when a tooth fractures, following the injury.

Fillings in Milk Teeth

Fillings in milk teeth is done when cavity has not gone deep down and infecting the nerve of tooth. Even fracture of front tooth in children and teenagers due to accident or injury and broken tooth due to any other reasons can be treated like how they were before with right type of filling. In kids choice of filling material should be one which releases medication and which prevents occurrence of future cavitation my making the environment PH stable.


The chewing surfaces of back teeth  which have deep pit and fissures are more prone to developing cavities in children. These can be prevented by the application of pit and fissure sealants.


At Your Family Dentist Liverpool, we not only assure the health and wellness of your teeth and gums but also, strive to enhance your personality. We have facilitated our clinic with the modern day technologies to help you stand tall and confident in the current world.

We specialize in several smile enhancing services including TEETH WHITENING. 

Teeth Whitening is the most widely accepted, popular and affordable dental procedure of the contemporary times. It basically includes the cleaning and lightening of teeth using LIGHT TECHNOLOGY. Also, this helps in getting rid of stains, discoloration and yellowish teeth; granting the perfect, beautiful smile you’d always dreamt of.

However, the results may vary in case of incompatibility with other dental problems. 

In Office

  • It is a high end bleaching treatment, with special light machine.We use both Zoom and Pola Office bleaching systems .
  • We Are doing in office bleaching.
  • Call now at 96017534 to check prices as we have specials going on for upcoming formals and Christmas just around.


1. Should I have my teeth whitened?

Many people believe that teeth whitening can make them look younger and more attractive. It is for you to decide if you wish to have whiter teeth. Unattractive teeth stains can be eliminated by whitening.

2. What are the available methods for tooth whitening?

  • Professional whitening- Peroxide is the whitening agent that the dentist will use. Occasionally, a "curing light" is used with the peroxide to accelerate the bleaching process.
  • Most bleaching techniques include the use of mouth trays. These fit firmly over the teeth, but do not reach the gums. The trays are filled with a paste or gel containing bleach. The dentist will provide these trays for use in the surgery and for you to take home. The dentist will tell you how to use the trays at home, how often to use them, and for how long to keep them in the mouth. You can stop repeating the treatment when you are satisfied with the colour of your teeth.

3.Is Bleaching injurious

No not at all,infact there is evidence that bleaching makes it difficult for bad bacteria to survive and is actually good against gum disease.




Be it complex or a simplified procedure, Your Family Dentist Liverpool is determined in providing the unsurpassed treatments under expert supervision to ensure precision. Wisdom Tooth Removal is one such significant procedure that requires experience, attention and care.


Your Family Dentist Liverpool ensures step to step assistance by the specialists along with high-tech equipments to perform the surgery. After consultation with the specialists, wisdom tooth extraction takes place under local anesthesia or conscious sedation.

After surgery it is common to experience swelling and mild discomfort.



          What is a Crown ?

A crown is a porcelain or gold cap that is used to rebuild and strengthen a weak or broken tooth. Crowns can also be used to improve your smile by changing the shape and colour of your existing teeth.

What are Crowns Made of?

If a crown is required for a tooth at the front of your mouth, your fa,ily dentist dentist will match the existing colour of your teeth with a porcelain tooth. Sometimes you may choose a lighter colour. Further back in your mouth, a crown can be made of porcelain, however your dentist may recommend a gold crown because of its strength and longevity. Every case is different and your Lumino dentist will discuss all of the options available to you.

What is the Procedure to Place a Crown?

All decay and weak areas of a damaged tooth are removed and your dentist takes an impression of the tooth. This impression is sent to the laboratory for the technician to form a model of your tooth. There are many stages to forming the crown and in a few short weeks it is returned to the dental practice. During this time a temporary crown will be cemented onto your tooth to protect it. On the next visit your new crown will be bonded into position and will be ready to use straightaway.

Having a crown fitted can significantly improve the aesthetic appearance of your teeth. With a Lumino The Dentists crown fitted, you will be able to smile with confidence, content in the knowledge that no-one will be able to tell that your teeth were ever anything less than perfect.



A bridge is a solution for a missing tooth or teeth. Dental bridges bridge the gap created by one or more missing teeth. The crown replacing the missing tooth is joined to crowns made to fit over the adjacent teeth. In this way, the bridge, made up of three crowns is supported by the teeth either side of the gap. Sometimes more than one missing tooth can be replaced in this way.

What is the Procedure?

During your first visit, the teeth adjacent to the gap are prepared. These teeth are recontoured by removing a portion of enamel to allow room for a crown to be placed over them. Then, impressions of your teeth are made and are sent to the laboratory for the technician to form a model of the bridge. Your dentist will make a temporary bridge for you to wear to protect the exposed teeth and gums while your bridge is being made.

At your next appointment, your temporary bridge is removed and permanent is cemented.

Bruxism and Splints

we make all types of splints
They act as a reminder appliance and help patients to discontinue the habit.They also protect teeth from wearing down further



Dentures or false teeth are constructed to replace missing teeth and are supported by gum tissue. Traditionally, they have been removable, but modern techniques can now provide dentures that are secured in place with dental implants, giving greater stability. They also cover less tissue, allowing for an improved ability to taste compared to older style dentures.

Dentures are custom made to fit your mouth, so they take on the appearance of your natural teeth. Getting your great smile back is easy – your clinical dental technician will work with your dentist to create new or replacement dentures.

You have one or more missing teeth and are ready to fill the gaps - all your questions answered:
  • You don’t like the way that you look and you are struggling to chew your food - go to New Dentures >
  • You are about to have some or all of your natural teeth taken out and need immediate dentures - go toImmediate Dentures >
  • Your dentures are worn, discoloured, broken, or are uncomfortable - go to Replacement Dentures >
  • Your dentures are less than 4 years old but are feeling loose - go to Re-lining Your Dentures >

New Dentures
Why have dentures?
  • To get that great smile back
  • To help you chew the foods that you enjoy
  • To give you confidence when you smile and talk
  • To help you to retain your natural teeth - teeth are like books on a shelf, take one away and they all fall over
Immediate Dentures

The 4  steps
  1. Your Dentist  takes an impression of your mouth
  2. Your dentist removes your tooth/teeth and fits your dentures immediately
  3. Your dentist reviews the healing process during the first week
  4. Your dentist adjusts  and re-lines your dentures between 3-6 month
Replacement Dentures
When do you need to replace your dentures?
As you age your mouth changes shape and you begin to see lines and creases around your mouth.
So to ensure that your dentures offer good support for your cheeks and lips, and continue to fit well you will probably need to replace your dentures every 8 to 10 years.

Re-lining your Dentures
Making your dentures feel and function better.
As your mouth is slowly changing shape your dentures may need to be re-lined from time to time.
Re-lining your dentures is a simple procedure and is usually done on the day you visit.

To find out more about dentures, please contact your local Lumino The Dentists practice and arrange a consultation with a dentist or clinical dental technician.



Veneers (laminates) are thin, tooth-coloured shells that are crafted and shaped to bond to the front of your teeth. They can be used instead of a crown if your tooth is strong and healthy. Veneers are excellent for treating chipped or discoloured teeth and will give a spectacular lift to your smile. They can also be used to eliminate gaps between the teeth.

Treatment involves removal of a thin layer from your tooth and an impression being taken. Two or three visits to your clinician are necessary and an appointment typically takes between one and two hours. If you follow a good oral-hygiene routine, your veneers will be with you for many years to come.

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are an ideal solution for chipped, uneven, or discoloured teeth. The teeth are prepared by removing a small amount of the front surface of the tooth (about 0.3 to 0.5 mm — the thickness of a fingernail) to allow space for the porcelain. A thin sliver of porcelain or composite resin is then permanently cemented to the front teeth. Two or three visits to your clinician will be necessary. An appointment typically takes from one to two hours.

Good dental hygiene will extend the life of your veneers, however they do require extra care to ensure they are not damaged by hard foods. In some cases, they may require protection from excessive grinding.

Direct Laminate Veneers

Direct laminate veneers are a conservative alternative to porcelain veneers as they seldom require any removal of tooth structure. These veneers are created by applying layers of bonded ceramic composite to the surface of the tooth which cures and hardens. This is polished to create a natural looking tooth. Direct laminate veneers are easier to apply on suitable teeth, but are not as strong as porcelain veneers and may not last as long.

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