Our Services

Edwardes Street Dental offers a wide range of treatment for adults, teenagers & young children

  • Check up and consultations for adult and children
  • White fillings, crowns, bridges, veneers
  • Orthodontic tooth alignment- CFAST
  • Digital Xrays
  • Root canal treatment
  • Extractions
  • Scale and clean
  • Tooth Whitening
  • Wisdom teeth assessment and extraction
  • Dental implant and implant crowns
  • Sports mouth guard
  • Occlusal splint
  • Emergency treatment and pain relief

We also provide dental treatment for

  • Medicare Child Dental Benefit Scheme
  • Vic Emergency Dental Scheme / Vic General Dental Scheme vouchers
  • Department of Veteran’s Affairs 

Opening Hours

Monday 8:30am - 5:30pm
Tuesday 8:30am - 6:30pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 5:30pm
Thursday 8:30am - 5:30pm
Friday 8:30am - 5:30pm
Saturday By appointment
Sunday Closed

Drinks

  • Most of the soft drinks we sip throughout the day contain a large amount of sugar and all of them contain tooth-eroding acid – try to stick with water. 
  • After drinking sports/soft drinks don’t brush your teeth for an hour after you’ve finished – the acid in them temporarily softens your tooth enamel and brushing too early will harm it.

Toddlers

  • A child's first teeth are as important as permanent teeth and require daily care. 
  • Make brushing fun! Sing nursery rhymes or play a favourite song while you help your child brush their teeth. 
  • Consider a battery-powered tooth brush when cleaning your child’s teeth, this adds novelty when brushing.
  • A child who understands that teeth have to last a lifetime is more likely to take care of them. 
  • The average child has a full set of 20 primary teeth by the age of two to three years. Your child’s first visit to the dentist should be within six months of the eruption of their first tooth, or by their first birthday. 
  • Thumb sucking is a natural reflex in babies and young children. Most children lose interest in thumb sucking and dummies between two to four years of age. 
  • The appearance of primary teeth is commonly called ‘teething’. Many babies experience some discomfort during teething.

Tips & information prepared by the Australian Dental Association - visit www.ada.org.au for further information.