We offer in-clinic treatment and paediatric general anesthetic (GA) if required.
* A referral is not required to book an appointment.
Dental check ups
Our comprehensive dental consultation includes identification of any oral health problems and education about your child's overall dental hygeine.
Fissure sealants & fillings
Fissure sealants are a protective measure taken to prevent cavities and are important to protect teeth with large grooves and pits.
Fillings are required to prevent cavities from worsening into an infection.
Pulp therapy is a form of treatment to save an affected tooth. Depending on the condition of the tooth, the dentist will remove affected pulp to salvage the tooth and will place nerve regenerative substances.
Treatment of dental injuries
Please contact us immediately if your child has any urgent dental injuries or contact the Royal Dental Hospital Melbourne (9341 1000) Or Royal Children's Hospital (9345 5522).
Stainless steel crowns
Stainless steel crowns are tooth-shaped caps that fit over an entire tooth. They are typically used to preserve teeth that have significant decay or damage and are a long-lasting form of treatment
Preventative dental care
Our preventative dental care visits include a thorough dental examination, cleaning, and application of fluoride.
Bitewing X-rays may also be required to ensure there are no hidden cavities.
Mouth guards are used to help protect teeth and gums from injury, in case they come into contact with anything. They are typically used for kids playing contact sports.
Space maintainers are used if a child has lost a tooth too early, to assist in maintaining that space. It is a small metal appliance that goes into your child's mouth to hold space for an adult tooth that has not yet erupted.
Nitrous oxide (Happy gas)
Our clinic offers treatment under nitrous oxide for anxious children. Your child will be awake for the entire duration of the treatment. This form of sedation has no lingering effects.
Your child does not have a blocked nose/ear ache on the day.
Treatment under General Anaesthesia (GA)
Treatment under general anaesthetic occurs in a private hospital setting, where your child will be in a controlled state of unconsciousness. It is recommended for children who require treatment but are unable to cope well enough for the dentist to complete treatment safely in the chair.