Our Services: Here you will find a list of the services we offer and a brief description for each treatment.
Contact Us: Details of our address, telephone number, opening hours and our e-mail contact form for appointment requests or general dental enquiries.
FAQs: This section contains some information on our fees, tips on reducing your dental bills, Extras cover for dental treatment and other common questions.
Patient Information: Helpful oral care advice and summaries about common dental problems - dental decay, periodontal (gum) disease, crack-lines and non-carious cervical lesions. Also contains basic information on dental emergencies.
Location Map: A handy Google map to help you find us.
The Australian Dental Association Victorian Branch has advised that dentists can provide treatment according to ADA Level 1 guidelines. This means normal dental care (i.e. no restrictions) for low-risk patients. The level of dental practice restrictions may change on short notice and is dependent on the risk of COVID-19 infections in the community.
Please note that we have limited personal protective equipment available and can only attend to low-risk cases (see below).
NOTES REGARDING COVID-19:
For the health and safety of the community, we have introduced some precautionary measures at our practice. These include temperature checks, hand sanitisers, pre-procedural mouthrinsing, social distancing in the waiting room, regular disinfection of surfaces and door handles, and asking patients to attend their appointments with minimal accompanying persons.
Low-risk case: A person with no clinical or epidemiological risk factors.
Clinical criteria: Fever (≥37.5°C), or history of fever (e.g. night sweats, chills) OR acute respiratory infection (e.g. cough, shortness of breath, sore throat) OR loss of smell or loss of taste.
Epidemiological criteria: In the 14 days prior to illness onset:
• Close contact with a confirmed or probable case
• Passengers and crew who have travelled on a cruise ship
• Healthcare, aged or residential care workers and staff with direct patient contact
• People who have lived in or travelled through a geographically localised area with an elevated risk of community transmission, as defined by public health authorities
Confirmed case: A person who tests positive to a validated specific SARS-Cov 2 nucleic acid test or has the virus identified by electron microscopy or viral culture.
Suspected case: A person who has symptoms or signs (fever ≥38°C, night sweats, chills, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat) of COVID-19 and who is being tested for infection but has not found out the results of the tests yet.
Close contact case: A person who had face-to-face contact for more than 15 minutes or sharing a closed space for more than two hours with a confirmed case of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) during their infectious period.
We do not have the personal protective equipment required to attend to patients who are confirmed, suspected or close contact cases of COVID-19.
If you have an appointment with us and feel unwell, have a fever or any flu-like symptoms (e.g. cough, sore throat, runny nose) on the day, please cancel and reschedule the appointment. We will not be able to treat you if you or any accompanying person present with any symptoms at the practice.
For more information about COVID-19 in Victoria, please visit https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus.
Online Appointment Booking
Note: Online booking is currently unavailable.
Please call 94972606 or send us an email.