Phone: (03) 8468 0096 | South Morang Corporate Centre. Level 1, Suite 108 2 Murdoch Road, South Morang, VIC
Smile Ville based in South Morang offers modern, advanced dental care in a friendly atmosphere. We truly care about our patients and perform only the most thorough and comprehensive services available.
Smile Ville offers modern, technologically advanced dental care in a friendly and relaxing atmosphere. We truly care about our patients, and perform only the most thorough and comprehensive services available.
Every patient receives a personalised treatment plan that is centred on their needs and dental health.
We will talk to you about your goals for dental care and which options best fit your goals and lifestyle. Smile Ville holds your comfort as a high priority, we utilise the m....
Phone: (03) 8418 6838 | 29 Gorge Rd, South Morang, VIC
Plenty Valley family dental is a dental clinic based in South Morang servicing the community in South Morang and surrounding suburbsDentists South Morang Orthodontist South Morang Dentist South Morang Dental South Morang Dental Clinic South Morang
Phone: (03) 8682 8658 | 58 Mernda Village Dr, Mernda, VIC
United Smiles in Mernda provides complete to most thorough and up to date dentistry available.
United Smiles is conveniently located in the heart of Mernda Village with ample parking available at the rear of the building. Wheel chair access is also available from the front of the building and all of our surgeries have been built to accommodate this.
United Smiles has been operating in Mernda since April 2013. We are a busy, modern and patient oriented practice. Our modern facilities enable us to complete to most thorough and up to date dentistry available.
Phone: (03) 9717 6667 | 3/95 Hazel Glen Drive, Doreen, VIC
Comprehensive general dental care encompassing fillings,extractions,crowns,veneers. We also offer lasers,which means no needles for majority of the fillings. An OPG is on the premise too.Doreen DentistsDentist Doreen Dental Clinic Doreen Dental Surgery Doreen
In Australia the university training will take around 5 to 7 years depending on the pathway you take.
Yes, dentists that are practising in Australia need to be registered with the Dental Board of Australia to be able to legally practice.
Dental work in Australia is not generally covered under Medicare for adults. There is a scheme called the Child Dental Benefits Schedule operated by Medicare which covers some dental treatments if you meet the requirements which are: Be aged 2 to 17 years old for at least 1 day that year, be eligible for Medicare and also getting a payment from Centrelink at least once a year eg Family Tax Benefit Part A
It is recommended to see a dentist at least once a year. Regular visits allow you to keep on top of your teeth and gum health and identify any issues early on. Discuss the frequency of visits with your dentist as you may need more regular visits if you have at risk conditions or a family history of dental problems.
Yes, dental treatment is cover under the extras component of may private health insurance policies. The level of cover will vary depending on how extensive your policy is. Some may cover routine checks up while others will cover treatment work also.
The gap is the difference between what the dentist charges and what your private health insurance will pay. eg. If a dentist charges $120 for a service and your health fund pay $70 for that service then the gap would be $50. The percentage that your private health will cover will depend on your policy.
A dental clean is a clean of your teeth when you visit your dentist. It is a more intensive clean than you can achieve at home and will involve remove plaque and tartar build up on your teeth. Often the teeth will also be given a fluoride treatment after a clean is performed.