Bupa Dental Parramatta
Regular visits to your dentist, along with good oral hygiene, are important for keeping your mouth healthy for life. We recommend visiting your dentist every six months, which can prevent uncomfortable and often expensive oral health treatments, sparing you unnecessary stress.
We understand that it’s not always easy to find time for these regular visits, which is why we open early throughout the week. It’s also why we have lunchtime appointments available. To help make dental care even more accessible to the Parramatta community, our clinical staff (dentists, oral hygienists, and dental nurses) can speak a variety of languages (jump to detailed list).
Our experienced professionals and modern facilities help us deliver high-quality dental treatments that cater to a large range of needs. Some patients may only need basic, preventive care, such as check-ups and cleans, while others may require more extensive treatments like root canals or crowns. No matter what your circumstances might be, we carefully tailor your treatments based on your oral health needs and your preferences where possible, making sure to explain each step and your possible options in an easy-to-understand way.
We aim to make your dental visit as pleasant and seamless as possible, which is why we prioritise quality treatments and a fantastic customer experience. From our friendly, helpful staff to a handy location near Westfield Parramatta, you can depend on Bupa Dental to help take the worry out of maintaining a lifelong, healthy smile.
How to get here
We are within walking distance to the Parramatta transport interchange, which is a major public transport hub. 50 bus services and four train lines all service the transport interchange. The transport interchange is also wheelchair accessible.
The Parramatta shuttle bus is a free service that runs every ten minutes each day. The shuttle operates on a loop around the city centre, allowing you to catch the shuttle from the Parramatta transport interchange to the Macquarie Street West bus stop, which is a two minute walk from the practice. Click here to access more information on the shuttle bus.
The ferry wharf is a ten minute walk from the practice and allows patients to catch the ferry to and from the city.
Westfield Parramatta is located in the heart of Parramatta CBD and offers free parking for the first three hours. Valet parking is also available for an additional $8. We are a five minute walk from Westfield, directly down Marsden Road.
Secure parking is also available at the following locations:
Meet the team
Dr Lily Huang
Graduating with honours, Dr Lily Huang earned her Bachelor of Dental Surgery from the University of Sydney in 2004.
After graduation, Dr Huang spent years working in Newcastle and helping patients achieve healthier smiles. Dr Huang is excited to continue using her experience and education to strengthen and protect the smiles of her Parramatta patients.
She has special interests in preventive, periodontal, restorative dentistry and dental implants. Building on her interest in dental implants, Dr Huang completed an implant training course with the Australian Society of Implant Dentistry in 2007.
With diplomas in music composition and both the violin and piano, Dr Huang spends her free time exploring her passion for music.
Dr Simon Wright- Specialist Oral Surgeon
Dr Wright graduated with BDS (Hons) from University of Manchester, UK in 1998. In 1994, he was awarded the prestigious Medical Research Council (MRC) Scholarship in which he completed a BSc (Hons) in Pathology. As part of his specialist training Dr Wright also has a medical degree, achieving MBChB from University of Manchester, UK in 2009.
Dr Wright has been trained in some of the most recognised hospitals in the UK; Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, King’s College Hospital, London, Eastman Dental Hospital, London and Edinburgh Dental Institute, Edinburgh.
Prior to moving to Sydney, Australia Dr Wright was appointed Consultant Oral Surgeon at the Royal South Hants Hospital, Southampton for the past 5 ½ years and also the Clinical lead for the Oral Surgery department for the last 3 years.
Dr Wright holds both Fellowship with the Faculty of Dental Surgery at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow and Membership with the Faculty of Dental Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
Shadi Essam - Hygienist
Graduating with distinction, Shadi has completed her Bachelor of Oral Health in 2014 at the University of Newcastle, as well as a Bachelor of Science (Immunobiology) at the University of Sydney in 2011.
Shadi passionately believes that oral health is an integral part of general health and that healthy choices made by individuals and families can contribute to their overall wellbeing and quality of life. Shadi believes that healthy eating and drinking, as well as regular visits to the dentist, can prevent her patients from many unnecessary oral conditions.
In her spare time, Shadi enjoys listening to music and going to concerts as well as spending quality time with her family and friends.
Salik Faniad - Hygienist
Born and raised in Afghanistan, Salik migrated to Australia with his family at the age of 16. He completed his high school education in Western Sydney then moved on to complete his Bachelor of Oral Health at the University of Newcastle, graduating in 2014.
Prior to joining our team in August 2014, Salik worked alongside a periodontal specialist. During this time he obtained a huge interest and skills in treating and maintaining periodontal disease. He is focused on providing a high standard of care and education to his patients to help them maintain healthy, happy smiles.
He’s a bit of a joker and in his spare time likes to play soccer and also coaches his local junior soccer club.
We offer the following languages:
- Afghani: Salik Faniad (hygienist)
- Estonian: Kaire Aavelaid (dental nurse)
- Hokkien: Dr Lily Huang (dentist)
- Macedonian: Malisa Kalevski (practice manager)
- Mandarin: Dr Lily Huang (dentist)
- Persian: Salik Faniad (hygienist)
- Russian: Kaire Aavelaid (dental nurse)
- Serbian: Marija Jankovic (dental assistant)
*Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.