Month: May 2019

7 Tips to Make Your Child’s First Dentist Trip Stress-Free
22 May, 2019 7 Tips to Make Your Child’s First Dentist Trip Stress-Free

Your child’s baby teeth or milk teeth should grow out by the time they turn 2 and remain in place until they turn 6. That’s...

You’ve Lost an Adult Tooth – Now What?
11 May, 2019 You’ve Lost an Adult Tooth – Now What?

Whether you’ve had an accident during a sports game or you’ve had an accident and fallen over, losing an adult tooth in this way is...

Urgent update for all our patients

As you are aware, the coronavirus is having a devastating impact on the health and wellbeing of people across the globe

Effective Immediately

Dental on Clarendon will be closed until further notice. As directed by the Australian Dental Association (ADA), dentists can only restrict treatment to urgent or emergency care only.

The ADA defines this as:

  • Severe toothache pain (on a pain scale of 1 to 10, a 5 or more that has lasted more than 24 hours)
  • New or recent swelling of your gums or face (within the past three to seven days)
  • Bleeding in your mouth that does not stop following tooth extraction or gum surgery
  • Tooth infection
  • Recent trauma, such as a broken tooth causing pain

If you are a current patient at Dental On Clarendon please call us on 96903285 and we will attend to your call as soon as possible.

We thank our loyal patients for their understanding during this difficult time, and we will be in contact with you upon our re-opening.

Wishing everyone the best of health – stay safe! The team at Dental On Clarendon