Amidst the uncertainty of the Covid-19 pandemic, The Dental Station is committed to doing what we can to maintain the health and safety of our patients and staff. Following advice released by the Australian Dental Association on 23rd March 2020, The Dental Station will be adjusting its operations in line with the ADA’s recommendations. The Dental Station will be open for the emergency dental treatments by appointment only. All non-essential dental treatment will be postponed. This will remain in place until 30thApril 2020, but is subject to change.
Examples of Emergency Dental include:
- Constant severe dental pain that is disturbing sleep, not responding to painkillers
- A fractured tooth that is sharp to the tongue
- Any dental trauma that is resulted in fracture or loss of an adult tooth.
Please contact us via the whatsapp widget on this page. Alternatively, you may call us on 9923 2478 and we will provide you with a telehealth consultation prior to creating an appointment for you.
The health & safety of our patients and staff is paramount.
Stay safe during these difficult times and please also remain calm and responsible.
That's how all of this started for me. I was 13 years old, playing sport at school, when I found myself on the ground, battered and bruised, with two of my teeth lying next to me.
“Quick! Get those teeth into some milk!” That was some fast thinking on my teacher’s part.
That bowl of milk saved my smile.
Since milk has just the right nutrients to keep a tooth alive while it’s AWOL, my dentist was able to reassemble my smile and make it as good as new with my real, original parts.
I was fascinated.
And that was the day it began. I’ve been a dentist at heart ever since.
We often treat the mouth like it’s a completely separate part of the body. But if you think about it, it’s really the gateway to everything! By caring for your mouth, you’re helping prevent heart disease, stroke, respiratory problems, and even diabetes.
Taking care of your teeth and gums is as important as eating well and exercising. And just as one might consult a nutritionist or a personal trainer, as a dentist, I get to be a different kind of coach-working with you to make sure we’re being proactive about your whole body’s health from a dental perspective.
Having a beautiful smile feels really good. But feeling great comes from the inside.
Looking forward to your visit,