1. I am scared, will it hurt?
Should you require anaesthetic, we always use topical numbing gel prior to minimise any discomfort associated with it.
We also have Penthrox, a medical gas that help to reduce anxiety during your dental appoinment. We also can prescribe anti anxiety medication should you require it.
We also offer Intravenous Sedation
2. How much will it cost?
Our Consutation fee is $60. This fee is sometimes waved depending on the treatment you are getting done.
Costs will vary depending on the treatment provided. We can assure you that we provide friendly and superior service, using the latest technology and materials at a competitive price.
Our staff always let patients know the cost involved prior to any Dental treatment.
3. How long will that take?
• That will varie depending on the treatment you are getting done.
• Check up, clean, fillings & extractions can be done on the day.
• Smile makeovers, including crowns, bridges, veneers and dental implants will often take two appointments over a two week period, after the initial consultation.
• Invisalign will often take 12 months, while braces varies froom 6-15 months.
4. What to do if I want a nicer smile?
You can start by calling Best Western Dental Centre on 47314655, one of our friendly staff will schedule an appoinment that suits you.
Please arrive to your first appoinment a few minutes early at our centre to fill out a Medical history questionaire form.
During the first appoinment our Dentist will do a comprehensive examination of your teeth and gums, taking radiographs, we may also take photos and the mould of your teeth to formulate a treatment plan that suit you. Depends on your needs, we may be able to start treatment right away.
5. Will dental treament cover by Medicare?
Yes, we bulk bill Medicare the Child Dental Benefits Schedule from 1 January 2014
The Child Dental Benefits Schedule provides a capped benefit entitlement for basic dental services for children aged 2-17 in families who meet a means test. The means test will be the same as the existing Medicare Teen Dental Plan, which requires receipt of Family Tax Benefit Part A or other certain government payments.
Services for basic essential dental treatment, such as check-ups, x-rays, fillings and extractions will be included, and patients will have access to dental benefit entitlements capped (indexed annually) over a two calendar year period. For 2014, the benefit is capped at $1000 per child.
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