20 Jun
Posted by Sherl

The Whole Tooth Dental Surgery in Surry Hills has now extended it's Saturday opening hours to include Saturday afternoon as well...

In the early days of dental doings, we were open 9 - 5 Monday to Friday. Then Dr. Sherl extended those hours to include 7:30 am to 6:00 pm most days and threw in Saturday mornings as well for good measure.

Not satisfied with working all Saturday morning, Dr. Ash has decided to stay open Saturday afternoon so that all you busy people who cannot get out of work during the week, or secure one of the much sought after early or late spots, can now organise tooth treatment on a Saturday afternoon. Hard to think of a better way to while away a Saturday arvo isn't it?! 

13 Jun
Posted by Sherl

Our very own Tiff, a hygienist of the highest quality, is also as may know a superlative skater of fine figure. Tiff has jumped at June to take an Australian tilt on the European ice figure skating circuit. She promises to tell us all about it when she gets back and display the medal haul on the Board at Surry Hills, Whole Tooth Dental Practice - as you do - which should be early July. But judging by the navigation to the event itself, keep watching this space before you book in!

Go Tiff - may you look incandescent on ice and burn your way onto the judges score sheets!

28 Jan
Posted by Sherl

Ashleigh is acing her Masters in Sleep Medecine Course... She doesn't like to blow her own trumpet, so I'll have to do it for her...

End of last year, whilst working full time as a dentist  and pretty full on as a mother of 2, she achieved a High Distinction brace of marks with 95 and 98 respectively. Way to go Ash!!!

05 Jan
Posted by Sherl

Sherly, in conjunction with Drs. Kevin Todes and Martin Fine have combined to form a Wilckodontics Wonder Works team in Sydney. So what is a Wilckodontics? Just about the most exciting scientific advance in orthodontics of this decade - that's what! Wilckodontics achieves the same result as normal braces but it only takes between 25 - 33% of the normal time required!!! Conventional Braces cases range from simple to complex and with normal braces systems, take from 1 to 2+ years to complete. But with Wilckodontics, it can be as little as 3 - 8 months from woah to go.This evidence-based  scientific advance is recent to Australia and we believe that as of now, this is the only Wilckodontics team in Sydney and indeed Australia. We already have several of our patients who have completed the Wilckodontics program and are thrilled with the result. This is accelerated braces that get where you want to go before you feel you are missing out on steak and apple!


03 Nov
Posted by Sherl

The Whole Tooth Dental Practice in Surry Hills closed its' doors to our clients today so everyone - from dentists and hygienists to front desk and nurses - attended a Cynergex Emergency Treatment Course.

We have learnt medical facts nobody had a right to know from how to treat a patient suffering anything from anaphylaxis to epilepsy to stroke to cardiac event and everything in between including how to commit absolutely undetectable murder. So go ahead... Throw a fit at the front desk for all the wrong reasons and we'll jump the counter and get stuck in. Fancy an adrenalin shot, a defib electric hit, or a thump or two in aid of cardio pulmonary? Give us a shot - we need the practise. You're in SAFE hands!!! 

20 Oct
Posted by Sherl

The Whole Tooth in Surry Hills has long been regarded as being at the forefront of perio and oral hygiene. Our goal is to avoid bad breath and expensive dental treatment through preventative hygiene maintenance on gums and teeth. We have long placed importance in finding the best hygienists who really understand their craft and who can work in with and under the auspices of Sherl and Ash.
When we lost Vitor, as his family moved to Newcastle, we searched high and low for a suitably superior successor to complement our Top Team of Terrific Tiff and Bodalicious Bianchia. We have ended up with not one, but 2 new Team members who enjoy our Dentists complete confidence and round out The Whole Tooth Hygiene Heaven...
The first to join us recently was Sif, the sylphlike hygienist, who is also qualified to treat children. She has now been joined by the Magnificent Meticulous Matt, our long time Portenos stalwart and master mouth cleaner!
We can't contemplate hygiene happiness getting any better than such a spiffing selection as this!

12 Aug
Posted by Sherl

Quoting the Sydney Morning Herald Column 8 of last week..."Male dental receptionists are indeed rare, but Geoffrey Leeson of Stanmore tells us that the ever-cheerful Neil of The Whole Tooth Dental Surgery in Surry Hills is indeed a male receptionist." Thanks Geoffrey for :

- getting the word out there about The Whole Tooth and locating us geographically on planet earth

- regaling the world with the news that cheer can be found even in a dental surgery

- and confirming Neil is indeed male, although according to said Neil, this was already an established fact.

And whilst talking of The Sydney Morning Herald, it remains home to many fine and interesting writers of talent along with our other favourite media institution, the ABC  which should be nurtured and left alone!!!

11 Aug
Posted by Sherl

We are really excited to welcome Sherl's erstwhile colleague, Swedish Fred, back to Australia. Sweden's loss is definitely our gain as Fred is a seriously talented dentist as well as being a really good bloke. The only weird thing about Fred is he is passionate about root canal work - but then as Christine Keeler said, "He would say that, wouldn't he?!" as  he is the right side of the drill. Levity aside, Fred will be at The Whole Tooth dental Practice in Surry Hills 2 out of every 4 Saturdays and we highly commend Fred to one and all as a good and ethical dentist with a sense of humour who fits in as well here as a patient who can enjoy a laugh!

03 Aug
Posted by Sherl

Tiffany fractured her wrist whilst ice skating, as you do when trying to execute an ariel triple twist with front somersault... She was due in at The Whole Tooth Dental Surgery in Surry Hills that afternoon, but took the unprecedented step of cancelling all her patients for that afternoon whilst she had XRays taken and wrist bandaged.

Taking a leaf out of her patients annals, Tiff was back at work the very next morning at 7:30. "Well, it is my left wrist", she said and providing a nurse can hold onto the suction, I'm in business!"

They don't build them like The Tiff anymore folks.