The man and the team
About Dr Finkelstein
There's nothing more important to me than helping my patients smile; from a relaxing and fun experience to providing the highest quality of treatment and care.
Dr Michael Finkelstein
Hello, I’m Dr Finkelstein.
I have been 100% focused on Dentistry for the past 20 years in Sydney. I live and breathe dentistry and love providing my patients with a high standard of dental care. I am now located in the heart of Sydney’s CBD and I welcome both new and existing patients to my practice to stay in control of their oral health.
A holistic approach to oral health
I follow a patient-centric approach focused on your overall health. This begins with removing anxiety to make your dental visits a breeze and continues by listening to you and answering your questions to providing peace of mind. I provide modern treatments that consider the short and long-term impacts health.
An artist and a craftsman
I believe your smile is a very functional fashion accessory. My mission is to provide you with the most natural, healthy and great looking smile possible. I go to great lengths to ensure a quality finish that looks great and provides long-lasting results.
A lifetime of learning
Despite having a loving family and a great network of friends, I spend a great deal of my spare time in dental lectures. I can be found gathered with dental experts in seminars from Brazil to Bundaberg! Whether it be to validate new treatments or dispense with the outdated, you can be certain I am aware of the very latest proven techniques in dentistry to discuss with you as it relates to your treatment.
I can reassure you a visit to my practice will be a positive experience. If there is anything extra my team or I can do to make your experience anxiety and hassle free you only need to ask.
The Finksta Feed
The Finkelstein Files
Dentistry is full of myths from brushing technique to the tooth fairy. We bust some common dental myths.
Are dental x-rays safe? What do they reveal, and how often do I need them? We explain dental x-rays including newer digital x-rays.
Some believe root canals should be avoided, others say it’s safe. A bridge or dental implant may also be proposed for some patients. So, what’s the deal?