We understand that not every patient can attend a dental appointment during normal working hours. That’s why we are open bit late in the evenings. We also understand that patients who are genuinely in a dental emergency need priority attention. That’s why we try to keep some space available in the appointment books every day for patients with a dental emergency. Our dentist will also try to attend the emergency even she will not be working.
Supernova Medical Centre dentist is located in highly accessible location on the Sayers Road near Wyndham Village Shopping Mall. We do have onsite huge car parking for patients with wheel-chair friendly access.
To provide best possible care to the patients we provide general dentistry such as check-ups, whitening, scales and cleans and fillings. In case, specialist treatment is required, we do refer patients to the best possible specialist.
For most patients, the most affordable and cost-effective approach to dental care is good dental hygiene, a healthy diet and regular visits to the dentist for check-ups and cleans. To assist in making those regular visits (and indeed all dental services) as affordable as possible, our dentists have Preferred Provider Arrangements with major health funds and some participate in government funding schemes such as Veterans’ Affairs and The Child Dental Benefits Schedule.
All of the dentists provide written estimates for all treatment plans before treatment commences so that patients are fully informed as to expected fees and charges.
When you visit Dentist at Supernova Medical Centre, our care and service starts from the moment you walk in the door or call us on the phone. Our friendly staff and dentists are trained and motivated to provide you with outstanding personalised care and service at every interaction, whether it be at the Reception Desk, in the surgery or on the phone.
You need to feel absolutely safe and secure when you visit the dentist at Supernova Medical Centre, you can be assured that our Centre is compliant with Australian infection control legislation and regulations. We even have sterilisation tracking systems to track individual instruments to individual patients. We have also invested in digital x-ray systems that minimize radiation exposures to patients when taking x-rays. Our commitment to quality, compliance and safety also extends to our strong focus on workplace safety.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.
Prior to your first appointment, the Supernova Medical Centre reception staff team will request you to complete a Medical History Questionnaire. This will assist your Dentist understand your medical history prior to commencing any dental treatment. When your Dentist is ready, your Dentist or Dental Assistant will call your name and lead you from the waiting room through to the dental surgery. The Dentist and Dental Assistant will introduce themselves and ask if you have any specific concerns or issues with your teeth, gums or appearance of your smile. With the help of the Dental Assistant, your Dentist will then assess the current condition of your teeth and gums.
The Dentist may request that digital dental x-rays be taken of your teeth and gums during your check-up. A dental x-ray is the only accurate way that the dentist can ‘see’ between the teeth and under fillings.
Your Dentist may also offer you a scale and clean to remove tartar build-ups. A professionally applied fluoride application may also be offered to assist in the reduction of dental decay and decrease the sensitivity of your teeth.
At the end of your check-up, your Dentist will discuss the condition of your teeth and gums and outline any suggested treatment options with you. They will provide you with all the information required for you to make a decision if treatment is required. Prior to any future appointments or commencement of work, your Dentist will provide you with a personalised treatment plan outlining treatment options, necessary appointments and fees.
At the conclusion of your appointment, your Dental Assistant will lead you back to reception for payment, health fund claiming and booking of additional appointments.
If you do not need to make additional appointments for treatment, you can either make an appointment for your next six monthly check-up at this time or wait until you receive an appointment reminder.
If you have any questions regarding your first appointment, please contact us at 03 88665544.
The Child Dental Benefits Schedule provides eligible families with children aged 2-17 years old with access to a benefit of $1000* for eligible dental services over a 2 calendar year period.
Benefits are not available for orthodontics or cosmetic dental work and cannot be paid for any services provided in a hospital.
The CDBS continues to be means tested, which requires of Family Tax Benefit Part A or a relevant Australian Government payment.