The mouth can reveal findings of additional systemic problems or diseases which can impact on your overall health. As part of your comprehensive oral examination, your dentist will make a record of the findings which involves a comprehensive oral mucosal examination (oral cancer check), a full charting of your existing oral condition, treatment planning, radiographs (x-rays) and photographs (as required). Your dental professional will present you with all the information recorded and discuss your needs with you.
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Emergency dental care 24/7 hotline- 0480 261 192
The health and safety of our patients, team and local community is our priority.
Following recommendations from the Australian Dental Association, we have increased our response to the need for emergency dental as a result of lockdown measures.
We are here to support the community, so whether you’re an existing patient or new, if you need emergency care, we will do our best to help you.
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We will respond as soon as we can and organise appropriate care for you.
Keep safe and well.