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Dental pricing and payment

Dental fees

Dental fees are based upon the costs associated with providing treatment, and the care, skill and judgement of the particular dentist. For this reason, it is difficult to compare pricing from one dentist to another, as there are huge variations in terms of technical skill, training, experience, technology, materials, philosophy and laboratory work.

We believe you should be concerned with good value dental care – a quality service at a fair price – rather than a cheaper service which may not stand the test of time. It is also important that you feel your dentist and clinic staff are genuinely concerned with your dental health and prepared to listen to your concerns.

Contact us to find out about the pricing and costs of our different dental and orthodontic services.

Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS)

Under the Commonwealth CDBS, eligible families can access up to $1000 worth of basic dental services for each child aged 2–17 years. These include dental assessments, cleaning and scaling, digital x-rays, fillings, fissure sealing and extractions. We can do all the paperwork for you to make claiming easier.

Payment options

We accept cash, credit and debit card, and appreciate payment on the day of treatment.

We can process your private health insurance rebate with HICAPS.

We also offer payment plans for larger dental procedures such as orthodontics. These involve an initial deposit, with the balance of payment spread out over the course of treatment.