Dr Sidhom graduated from the University of Sydney in 1985 with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) degree. He is a member of the Australian Dental Association, the Australian Endodontic Society, the Australioan Society for Conservative Implant Dentistry and is a Certified Invisalign Provider. He has been in practice in Penrith for 27 years now, although Smith Street Dental has been servicing the Penrith community for more than 35 years now.
“My philosophy is to encourage my patients to try to keep their teeth for as long as possible by promoting good oral health practices. This involves using the latest techniques and materials available to save their teeth and restore masticatory function”.
Dr Sidhom is a keen tennis player and enjoys expanding his knowledge by attending courses in orthodontics, implants, endodontics and cosmetic dentistry.
Dr Looyschelder graduated from the University of Sydney in 1983 with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery degree with an Honours Level of achievement. He has worked serving the Penrith community since his graduation, with 33 years served in Smith Street Dental. Dr Looyschelder is a member of the Australian Dental Association for 35 years. Dr Looyschelder likes to expand his knowledge by attending the Dental Education Program.
Dr Looyschelder prides himself on providing affordable conservative dental treatment that is tailored for his patients. He believes in educating his patients to retain their teeth through active oral hygiene techniques. This will allow his patients to be happy with their appearance and enjoy any culinary pleasures.
Dr Looyschelder maintains an active lifestyle, starting with a daily early morning walk whilst removing the litter from his neighbourhood, with this often being repeated in the night. He loves to play golf at least 2 times a week as well as ski with his wife & 3 sons during winter. He loves to go crabbing & fishing with his sons.
Dr Stephen Snars has practiced in Penrith for 39 years and, since graduating from Sydney University in 1979, has been banging on about good oral hygiene and keeping your teeth the whole time. His focus is on prevention of dental disease and, where possible, simple and affordable solutions. He believes in conservation of natural structures as much as possible, early diagnosis and intervention and the role of education in treatment of disease.
Outside of dentistry he sails, surfs, plays guitar and likes old cars. He is president of a community theatre company, directs and acts in stage plays, and occasionally is an extra or bit player on TV. He is married with two adult children and all are involved in performing arts.