Centennial Smiles


One of Dr Dunn's core beliefs is that by seeking continuing education courses and training in the latest technology, we can provide our patients with the highest level of care that modern dentistry offers. Here are some of the ways that technology makes treatment more comfortable, accurate and enjoyable for our patients.

3-D Cone Beam

Some surgical procedures, such as dental implant placement, require precision and planning to ensure success. 3-D cone beam CT provides valuable information about bone density and health while enabling Dr Dunn to identify sinuses, the roots of adjacent teeth, other important structures, as well as locate the ideal place for dental implants.

This advanced imaging technology also improves planning for extractions, orthodontics and treatment of jaw joints.

At Centennial Smiles, we eliminate the need for a referral by providing this service in our Randwick dental clinic.


Intraoral Camera

Describing a dental condition poses many challenges. After all, most people cannot see inside their mouths, especially when looking at posterior teeth (the ones in the back of your mouth).

Intraoral cameras are small handheld devices that capture an image of your tooth, which we can display on our treatment room monitors for patients to review. Providing patients with this visual allows them to make educated choices for their dental health.

CEREC Crowns

Many of our patients lead busy lives but still want quality care. CEREC one-visit dental crowns eliminate the two to three week waiting period common with lab-created crowns.‚Äč

The results are beautiful, long lasting and convenient for our patients.

Televisions in Patient Rooms

You can pass the time watching your favourite television programme or movie while we take care of all of your dental needs.

Disclaimer: The information throughout this site is not intended to be taken as medical advice.