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

 

Clinic is closed between 7/1/19-20/1/19
Clinic reopens 8:30am    21/1/19

Smoking

  • A major problem of smoking is that it tends to disguise the damage taking place to teeth and gums. 
  • Smokers are six times more likely to have serious gum (periodontal) disease that can involve not just the pink gum but also the supporting bone and the membrane that holds the teeth in place. 
  • Most important to understand is that smoking can hide the signs of gum disease for years and the condition can be very advanced before a smoker notices any damage.

Piercings and alcohol use

  • Nerve damage is a possibility with tongue piercing, affecting facial movement and the ability to feel the affected area. 
  • Teeth can be chipped beyond repair to due force inflicted by facial piercings – especially tongue and lip piercings. 
  • While you’re drinking alcohol try to swish a mouthful of water around every so often to increase the saliva flow and rinse away sugars and acid in your mouth. 
  • After drinking alcohol chew sugar-free gum to stimulate saliva flow and clear the mouth of harmful sugars and acid.

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