Would you like to book an appointment with a friendly dentist at Kingsgrove Dental? If so, then we’d love to hear from you. Just fill out the form below with your inquiry or get in contact with us using the details on the right.
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Kingsgrove Dental FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
We offer a variety of payment options: cash or EFTPOS, credit card and patient finance. For more information head to our payment options page.
* Payment is required at the time of treatment unless prior arrangements have been made.
We welcome members of all private health funds for treatment. For health funds participating in the CSC Healthpoint electronic claims system, we can process your rebate on the spot and only the ‘gap’ payment is required at the time of treatment.
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Please bring the following items with you to your appointment:
- Identification such as Driver’s License, Passport or Photo ID.
- Health insurance card (if applicable).
- A list of any medication that you take regularly.
We follow the ADA recommendation of a routine check-up every 6 to 12 months, but the general approach does not necessarily work for everyone.
Some may need to visit a dentist more or less frequently and we will advise how often a check-up is required specifically for you.
You can book an appointment:
- By phone
- Online booking
The best way to prevent any teeth problems is by having a balanced diet, maintain an oral care routine twice a day and visit the dentist regularly.
Conditions such as diabetes or HIV/AIDS can also affect your dental health, as well as medications and certain types of chemotherapy.
Talk to your dentist about those problems and any others that may affect the health of your mouth.
In case you already have been diagnosed with tooth decay or gingivitis the best is to always take care of them as soon as possible.
A tooth can be sensitive for many reasons, including:
- Receding gums
- Tooth grinding during sleep
- Chipped or fractured teeth
- Teeth whitening
The best way to know what is causing tooth sensitivity is to book a check-up so the dentist can assess the affected teeth and recommend the best treatment for it.
The ADA recommends that children have their first dental check-up by their first birthday.
This also recommended so that the kid can have a healthy habit of going to the dentist and will reduce the dentist anxiety and phobia at an older age.