Patient Care

The goal of our team is to provide excellent care for our patients. 
We are committed to improving and maintaining dental health through exceptional quality of services and empathetic patient care. 
We endeavour to provide to patients all potential options for treatment to best improve their oral function and aesthetics, whilst respecting their individual circumstances and choices. 

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Rebates


Our practice is equipped with HICAPS for you to claim all private health insurance rebates at the time of treatment.

Our fees are in line with those identified by the Australian Dental Association, and reflect the time and dedication involved over many years of study to be able to carry out general and specialist dentistry. Fees are charged for services provided and reflect the time and experience needed to perform these services. Often our treatment involves considerable laboratory time when our patient is not present.

We are happy to provide treatment of eligible children under the Child Dental Benefit Schedule (CDBS). This provides your child with $1000 for Medicare funded dental treatment over 2 years.

We often work with the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (DVA) and the Australian Defence Force.

We also work with smile.com.au© as a service for our patients with or without private health insurance to access affordable treatment.

Dental X-ray Examinations


Radiographic examinations of the mouth and teeth are important in the diagnosis and management of many dental conditions. Using radiographs, your dentist can detect problems that may not be seen during a routine exami­nation, and sometimes before symptoms appear.

Oral cancer, cysts, infections, hidden caries, impacted teeth and bone loss due to gum disease are among the many conditions that can show up during examinations. With early detection, a problem can be treated before it becomes serious, requiring treatment that is more involved.

Radiographs are often necessary before procedures such as tooth extraction, fitting of removable pros­theses, fitting of braces, placement of crowns and bridges, and root canal treatment. Information from the radiograph assists your dentist in planning the procedure.

After an injury to the teeth and jaws, a radiographic examination helps your dentist diagnose the full extent of damage.

For more information download the pamphlet below.

Download PamphletDental X-Ray Examinations - A Guide for Patients