How much will my treatment cost?

This is a difficult question to answer as it depends on the treatment that is required for you. The best way to find out exactly how much your treatment will cost is to come in and have a comprehensive examination and consult. This may be covered partially or completely depending on your private health insurance status. Often a small x-ray may need to be taken for proper diagnosis. After a thorough examination we will be able to give you your options and a full quotation, which you may be able to present to your health fund.

What health funds are accepted?

We accept all health funds. We are also BUPA, Medibank Private, NIB and CBHS network providers. We also accept NSW Oral Health Fee For Service Vouchers.

How much will I get back from my private health insurance?

This depends not only on the insurance company you have selected, but also what level of cover you have opted for. For some health funds, we are able to give you an on-the-spot quotation with our HICAPS terminal. For others we cannot. We can provide you a written treatment plan, which you can furnish to your health fund for the most accurate quotation.

Do you provide gap-free dental treatment?

We do not provide gap-free dental treatment. We are proud to provide quality treatment and excellent customer service to all our patients and we will take the time to communicate with you so we can settle your issues, concerns and questions.

What payment methods are accepted?

We accept cash and card payments (Visa, Mastercard, Eftpos). There is a transaction surcharge for American Express, but not for the other modalities.

How long will my treatment last?

This is a difficult question to answer unfortunately. Like anything to do with your body and health, no absolute guarantees can be placed. The best thing you can do for your teeth is to brush them regularly, floss and have them professionally checked by a dentist at least twice a year. That way any complications can be addressed before they escalate.

Why do I need an X-ray?

An x-ray is almost always required for a proper diagnosis and is essential prior to any tooth extraction. This is because x-rays will often show us infections occurring underneath the gums, or any unusual anatomy or pathology.

What’s the earliest age I should bring my children to the dentist?

As early as possible! The earlier they get used to the sights and sounds of the dental clinic, the more accustomed and comfortable they will get when they get on the dental chair.

"The information in this website may be simplified in nature and does not replace professional advice. Risks and consequences may apply to any treatment. Always seek a second opinion when considering complex treatment. A referral to a specialist may be required in certain situations. Quotations can only be given after proper clinical assessment and so pricing details cannot be given over the phone."