We will always try to ensure you are fully aware of the costs in any treatment. Nobody likes surprises when it comes to money, so we like to create a treatment plan with the costs and item numbers. This allows you to go away and find out what your insurance will pay and calculate what the gap will be on your treatment with us. If you are attending for treatment on the day and want an idea of the costs before you start, just ask the dentist or you can call us beforehand to get an idea over the phone.
Remember when considering costs that not all treatments are created equal and whether you decide to become a valued patient of our practice or not, we would recommend that you don’t simply choose a dentist based on the cheapest price.
Dental treatment can be expensive, if money is a problem, please have a chat with our amazing Practice Manager Jenny (link) and we will see if we can organise something to help you out.
We accept all payment methods including, cash, cheque, debit and credit cards. With credit cards we don’t charge the extra 3% processing fee like some dentists do and accept Visa and Mastercard. Unfortunately we no longer take American Express (AMEX).
If you haven’t been for a while it is important to appreciate that dentistry is an expensive industry and that good treatment doesn’t come cheap. Anything that involves a laboratory fee i.e. something we need to send away to get made by one of our experienced technicians, will be proportionally more expensive because of this. This would include items such as dental crowns and bridges, anything to do with implants, dentures, splints and snoring appliances.
If you would like to know our fees, please give us a call. It would be a pleasure to discuss them with you.
We are medibank private dentists
We are a Commonwealth Bank Health scheme providers
We are BUPA dental providers
We accept dental hospital vouchers
We accept Veteran Affairs
And we accept all other health funds, so don’t worry if you have a different health insurance.
We use Hicaps on the spot claims to save you time and the hassle of having to go into a branch to claim back your rebate.