The best dentists in Canberra

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Dr Rick Luu, Fiona Ligertwood

Dr Rick Luu and Dental Hygienist Fiona Ligertwood pride themselves on their outcomes based approach at Oasis Dental, one of Canberra’s best dentists. Photo: Michelle Kroll.

For many, the thought of visiting the dentist can come with a wave of anxiety. But even when you do build the courage to make an appointment, choosing a dentist can come with its own difficulties. Making sure you have the right dentist looking after your oral health is vital in saving you money and time in the future.

It is more important that your dentist is willing to be held accountable for the work completed and the end result, than it is to find a nice dentist with flexible hours and a convenient location.

An experienced dental surgery will work with you to establish a pattern of early intervention, identifying issues before they become serious and helping you avoid larger, more costly future problems. However, an average dentist who only patches up your tooth problems could prove to be a painful investment (and experience!) later down the track.

Throughout the Canberra region, there are no shortages of qualified dentists and dental practices. When you do start the process of finding the dentist, it’s important to think long-term, for your overall oral health – finding the practice that will work with you to achieve the right outcome.

Asking friends or family often results in them advising you to see their dentist because they are nice – but how do really you know which dentist to choose? If you’re stuck, there are a few things to keep in mind to help make your decision a little easier.

What makes a great dentist?

  • Transparency and accountability. Do a bit of research and see what you can find online, or get in touch directly with a dentist you may be considering. If it’s easy to find information about services and prior treatments, it should give you more insight and confidence in their skillset and performance. When it comes to accountability, a picture paints a thousand words. Why not ask for the dentist’s ‘before and after’ examples, to get a first-hand look at their quality of work. Great dentists, like the rest of us, like to show off what they can achieve.
  • Commitment and consistency: Like a hairdresser or doctor, a dentist should be a long-term commitment and it’s a relationship that should be equal. A great dentist will be committed to your care and should make sure you are following dental instructions and attending appointments. They will be just as responsible for your oral health as you are. In turn, you will be rewarded with a continuity of care, which will be far more beneficial to your long-term oral health. With any professional service, consistency also matters. You must be confident that your dentist can get great results all the time, every time. This is helped if the practice allows you to see the same dentist each visit, as they will know your specific needs.
  • Experience and qualifications of the dentist. The more experience a dentist has, the more likely they are to know how to fix your problem. If your dentist is a new graduate, ensure they are working under the supervision of a more experienced dentist at the practice who can help guide their work. As with experience, the qualifications of the dentist matters. Have they pursued further postgraduate or professional studies to hone their skills and keep up-to-date with the latest research? Just because a dentist offers a service does not mean they are good at or specialise in it.
  • Investment in the practice. Like investing in their qualifications and further professional development, a good dentist will also invest in their practice and equipment. Advances in dentistry equipment have resulted in more predictable treatment outcomes with better results and less risks. A well-equipped modern dental practice is an essential advancement that differentiates a great dentist.
  • Value. Cost is a number whilst value is what you get for that number. The best investment is unlikely to cost the least, so choosing a dentist based purely on the cheapest price will almost certainly mean the result is compromised. The best value is when you get a great return on your investment, and that is no different when it comes to dentistry. Ensuring your dentist is focusing on the value and outcome achieved rather than the price of your visit will result in the best possible service.

The best dentists in Canberra

RiotACT’s editorial team has combed through 20 years of on-site comments to compile a list of the most recommended businesses according to you.

To be listed in our Best of Canberra series, each business needs to have consistently received positive feedback on RiotACT and Facebook as well as maintaining a minimum average of 4/5 stars on Google.

Oasis Dental

Oasis Dental

Oasis Dental has 14 years’ experience in looking after dental patients throughout the Canberra region. The practice has a strong reputation for its care and takes an innovative approach by ensuring patients are also well-educated and invested in their own oral hygiene.

The practice has the ability to make strong relationships with its patients and takes a holistic approach to dental care, acknowledging that oral health is intrinsically linked to systemic health. Its staff work closely with their patients towards an end goal which is outcomes based, cost efficient and best practice. This approach measures success of treatment in achievement of the patient's desired dental outcome, rather than the dental procedures performed.

The clinic offers a full range of dental services; it is particularly well known for its comprehensive cosmetic procedures specifically Veneers. But with every procedure and patient, Oasis Dental is meticulous in its processes and is committed to delivering the best possible outcomes. This is demonstrated through the detailed pre-treatment photos and x-rays, which are compared with post-treatment photos and x-rays, to give the patients a first-hand look at their journey and to guarantee the work of the dental practice.

The clinic is located at the Kingston Foreshore in purpose built premises with ample private off street parking.

The well-established clinic is proud of its reputation throughout the region and values itself on feedback from patients, like Riotact commenter Mayo Popish who says, "I can’t recommend Dr Rick enough! He is is totally focused on overall dental hygiene, rather than just a “quick fix”. He’s so lovely to deal with, incredibly professional, and his entire team is absolutely fabulous!"

G01/50 Eastlake Parade
Kingston Foreshore ACT 2604
Molonglo Dental

Molonglo Dental

Since opening in 2019, Molonglo Dental Surgery strives to set themselves apart from other dental practices in Canberra. The team of professional dentists take great pride in delivering highly precise and clinical – yet personalised – dental care in a comfortable and relaxing environment.

Molonglo Dental Surgery believes that dental treatment doesn’t have to be expensive, but ignorance to dental health can be. For this reason, they offer treatment first-pay later options, helping patients better manage their dental care without the financial stress.

The Surgery has flexible opening hours, staying open on weekends and into the evening, as well as 24-hour emergency services.

Molonglo Dental Surgery has created unique ways to reduce dental-anxiety, with their paediatric Dino Chair aimed at relaxing nervous children and those with special needs, to the range of pain-free options for treatments and the ceiling-mounted TV screen with Netflix and ChromeCast.

Molonglo Dental Surgery

As Michele Girdlestone wrote on RiotACT, "Dr Monica Sharma at Molonglo Dental Surgery in Coombs is fantastic. Never felt so comfortable at a dentist before."

Unit 5, 110 Woodberry Ave
Coombs ACT 2611

Bespoke Dental

Bespoke Dental believes great dentistry involves a comprehensive approach. The clinic was the brainchild of two experienced Canberra dentists who wanted to provide the best care in an environment which gave them the time to talk to patients, consider treatment pathways and perform the best possible dentistry. Bespoke Dental offers a full range of dental procedures, which are delivered to the highest quality.

Luke J recommended their service on Google, saying, "All the staff at bespoke are friendly, non judgmental, warm & welcoming. They've helped me improve my overall dental hygiene & address some long term unaddressed concerns."

Canberra Dental Care

Canberra Dental Care provides a full range of dental services and incorporates the latest advancements in dentistry to give patients the best possible outcomes. The team understands results are just as important as a positive patient experience, and staff go out of their way to ensure all patients are comfortable, even during a standard check-up.  The clinic prides itself on running on time, to ensure there is no inconvenience for patients.

Google reviewer, Joe Petroni, left a glowing review for this practice saying, "Quite honestly the best dentist I've ever had and - I never say this but - I'll be back."

Woden Dental Centre

For 45 years, Woden Dental Centre has been helping patients improve smiles, relieve pain and discomfort, and treat dental and mouth concerns. The team is friendly, caring and always put patients first. Services include fixing toothaches and gum problems. The Centre also handles dental implants, crowns, bridges and other dentistry needs.

On Google, Hunter wrote, “The best dentist I have been to in Canberra ... I was able to make an emergency appointment the same day which was a life saver!”

Preventive Dentistry

Preventive Dentistry has been serving the Canberra region for 57 years and takes a preventive approach. The practice prides itself on the longstanding service it provides to each patient and goes the extra mile to make sure each patient receives personalised care. It encourages regular examination and hygiene treatments and staff always offer honest and straightforward advice. Preventive Dentistry offers a full range of dental procedures including general and cosmetic dentistry.

One RiotACT commenter had some positive feedback for Preventive Dentistry saying, "Dr Scott Park at Preventive Dentistry is the man. All my family and many friends have been going to him for almost 10 years. Each visit was excellent."

If you’re after more information on the great dental services Canberra has to offer, our articles on the best emergency after hours dentists, the best teeth whitening services, the best cosmetic dentists and the best orthodontists in town may be helpful to you.

Your experience with dentists in Canberra

Thanks to our commenters who have provided insightful feedback. If you believe we have got it wrong, please let us know.

Have you had experience with any of the dentists listed above? If so, share your feedback in the comments below.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do any Canberra dentists offer bulk billing?

Several Canberra dentists offer bulk billing services. It’s best to check with each dentist to find out if your treatment is eligible for bulk billing.
Read our article about the best bulk billing dentists in Canberra for more information.

How often should I visit the dentist?

According to the Australian Dental Association it’s recommended you should visit the dentist for regular examinations and hygiene treatments every 6-12 months. This may vary depending on the health of teeth and gums.

When should my child first visit the dentist?

The Australian Dental Association recommends taking your child for their first dental appointment by 12 months of age or when their first tooth becomes visible.
If you notice anything that seems out of the ordinary before either milestone is reached, you should make an appointment.

Can I get cosmetic dentistry work done in Canberra?

Most clinics these days, will offer a vast array of cosmetic procedures, alongside general dentistry. It’s best to check in with your practice and ask for a recommendation if they don’t offer the procedure you are looking for.

Are there emergency dentists in Canberra?

Most dentists will offer appointments for emergency cases. Read our article about the best emergency dentists in Canberra for more information.

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Veronica Mary Rainbird9:57 am 20 Jan 22

Wisdom Dentistry has been extremely helpful, professional and most important offered me the best in dentistry care. I have seen them for general check up, seeing their hygienist, and for new Veneers. My Veneers are 15 years old and needed repair. Dr Rick Worboys offered friendly, honest and superior approach. They didn’t ask me to undertake unnecessary tests. I would highly recommend them for general and cosmetic dentistry. They are located in Belconnen. January 2022. https://wisdomdentistry.com.au/

Michael Mcdermott4:22 pm 21 Oct 21

I have been seeing Capital Dentistry in Ngunnawal for a long time who offers great service, very professional and the whole team are very friendly especially Dr. Joseph Jho and always friendly receptionist Apple. I cannot recommend them enough. 🙂

After 25 years of non attendance to any form of dentistry, I can’t recommend Dr Rick at Oasis Dental enough. My first appointment was for a root canal and not only was it an absolutely painless experience, but semi enjoyable as I watched Netflix while they did their job. Fully consultative and explained everything in the lead up. Highly recommended.

Best ever Dental Clinic in Canberra is Northside Family Dental in Gungahlin and Best ever Canberra Dentist I totally recommend there is Dr Shilpa Kalburgi.

Jennifer Nailumu3:54 pm 18 Nov 20

Hands down – Civic Dental is the best Dental practice in Canberra. They are located in the Bright Consulting Building, London Circuit. My personal favourite is Dr John Coi – he delivered world-class service, he is definitely a magician when it comes to any dental work or procedure. I highly recommend Dr John Coi , the best dentist in Canberra.

I can’t recommend Dr Rick enough! He is is totally focused on overall dental hygiene, rather than just a “quick fix”. He’s so lovely to deal with, incredibly professional, and his entire team is absolutely faaaabulous!

Thanks Dr Rick! 🙂

I have had many dentists over many years but Rick Lui at Oasis Dental is easily the best. His work and his approach is outstanding and he was recommended to me by one of the top specialists in Sydney some years ago.

Best Canberra Dentists definitely recommend Northside Family Dental above Commonwealth Bank in Marketplace Gungahlin in the Kmart building. Nothing but the best experience everytime we have come across for our family & a few friends going there for a few years now.

Myself and my family have been going to Civic Gentle Dental Care as well and highly recommend. Being scared of going to the dentist, they live up to their name in being gentle which for me personally is a massive help to put me at ease. Conveniently located in the city as well with parking nearby at Canberra Centre. I see Dr Kim and her team at https://www.civicgentledentalcare.com.au/

Can’t recommend Kim and her team at Civic Gentle Dental Care highly enough. https://www.civicgentledentalcare.com.au/

We’ve been living in the Weston area in Canberra all our life and when it comes to dentist in Canberra, I’d personally recommend Nithya and her team at http://www.westondental.com.au. Been using them for years and Nithya’s work has been more than impressive.

Dr Scott Park at Preventive Dentistry is the man. All my familes and many friends have been going to him for almost 10 years. Each visit was excellent.

Hi Mate,

One of my mates little one had filling to be done , the family dentist they use to go was in Tuggers when they lived that side of the town.

They recently moved to Bonner and were recommend the dentist named Jo, it was in civic some where near that fountain in civic mall. Would surely recommend them as the little one did not have any more fear going to the dentist. I had to drive him couple of times but he seems not to have any issues !

Good old google helped – http://www.justdentistry.com.au/ .

My 2 cents.

I would highly recommend Carmello Bonano at Gadal Chambers Woden. I am petrified of the dentist and have spent many an appointment there this year fixing teeth that haven’t been touched for over twenty years becasue of my phobia. Both hom and his staff are fantastic, it’s also the only dentist I know off that never charges for a consultation and is extremely open and honest about each process and provides an upfront quote for work that is required. Another great thing is that procedures can be done under sedation which is what I always do and it’s fantastic.

Mawson dental care

nickcostandi1:30 pm 26 Oct 14

Hello, my wife and I are new to Canberra – recently moved from Greece – Can you please suggest an excellent Dentist in Belconnen Town Centre or Barton area? Would be ideal to find a friendly dentist and hygienist in the same practice. Thank you all.

dungfungus said :

So how do you go about finding these super Bangkok dentists?

Do a Google search and then check forums to see if feedback is positive or otherewise.
I hear a good one is Dr Phil Mai-Fang.

😀 yes, heard very good things about Dr Phil

rosscoact said :

dungfungus said :

rosscoact said :

Maya123 said :

For those who travel overseas for their dental work, have you checked out their hygiene procedures? For instance, do they autoclave all the equipment between patients? It’s only relatively recently this has been practised here. If they don’t autoclave the equipment between patients, you are taking a big risk re diseases such as HIV.

I’ve been getting dental work done in Bangkok for eight years and every single thing about the experience is superior to any dentist I’ve ever been to in Australia. That includes equipment, staff, training, professionalism and ability to do the work correctly the first time. I purposely didn’t mention cost because I would go to my dentist in Bangkok in preference to a dentist here in Australia even if they were the same cost.

I have friends who do the same thing; mainly implants (which cost about $5,000 a tooth in Canberra).
I get exactly the same feedback as you are posting and even the airfare and accommodation are well covered.
This is what you call smart thinking. It’s great value.
I am wondering if the dentists you go to overseas were trained in Australian universities? If they were and they paid top dollar (no Aussie student concessions for them), how come they can do the same work as Australian dentists for a fraction of the price?.

Most of the qualifications I’ve seen there come from the US

That’s interesting.
I did some Google searches and it appears the cost per year in the USA for a 5 year course is $100K compared with $50K in Australia (for foreign (off shore) students).
I don’t think the USA has a different tuition fee structure for USA citizens.
Based on this, dental treatment costs in the USA appear that they could be twice that in Australia.

housebound said :

rosscoact said :

Maya123 said :

For those who travel overseas for their dental work, have you checked out their hygiene procedures? For instance, do they autoclave all the equipment between patients? It’s only relatively recently this has been practised here. If they don’t autoclave the equipment between patients, you are taking a big risk re diseases such as HIV.

I’ve been getting dental work done in Bangkok for eight years and every single thing about the experience is superior to any dentist I’ve ever been to in Australia. That includes equipment, staff, training, professionalism and ability to do the work correctly the first time. I purposely didn’t mention cost because I would go to my dentist in Bangkok in preference to a dentist here in Australia even if they were the same cost.

So how do you go about finding these super Bangkok dentists?

Do a Google search and then check forums to see if feedback is positive or otherewise.
I hear a good one is Dr Phil Mai-Fang.

dungfungus said :

rosscoact said :

Maya123 said :

For those who travel overseas for their dental work, have you checked out their hygiene procedures? For instance, do they autoclave all the equipment between patients? It’s only relatively recently this has been practised here. If they don’t autoclave the equipment between patients, you are taking a big risk re diseases such as HIV.

I’ve been getting dental work done in Bangkok for eight years and every single thing about the experience is superior to any dentist I’ve ever been to in Australia. That includes equipment, staff, training, professionalism and ability to do the work correctly the first time. I purposely didn’t mention cost because I would go to my dentist in Bangkok in preference to a dentist here in Australia even if they were the same cost.

I have friends who do the same thing; mainly implants (which cost about $5,000 a tooth in Canberra).
I get exactly the same feedback as you are posting and even the airfare and accommodation are well covered.
This is what you call smart thinking. It’s great value.
I am wondering if the dentists you go to overseas were trained in Australian universities? If they were and they paid top dollar (no Aussie student concessions for them), how come they can do the same work as Australian dentists for a fraction of the price?.

Most of the qualifications I’ve seen there come from the US

housebound said :

rosscoact said :

Maya123 said :

For those who travel overseas for their dental work, have you checked out their hygiene procedures? For instance, do they autoclave all the equipment between patients? It’s only relatively recently this has been practised here. If they don’t autoclave the equipment between patients, you are taking a big risk re diseases such as HIV.

I’ve been getting dental work done in Bangkok for eight years and every single thing about the experience is superior to any dentist I’ve ever been to in Australia. That includes equipment, staff, training, professionalism and ability to do the work correctly the first time. I purposely didn’t mention cost because I would go to my dentist in Bangkok in preference to a dentist here in Australia even if they were the same cost.

So how do you go about finding these super Bangkok dentists?

They need to be in an expat area, not a tourist area. I did a google search back in the day and there was plenty of info. But perhaps I just got lucky.

My family and I use DC-one in Silom.

rosscoact said :

Maya123 said :

For those who travel overseas for their dental work, have you checked out their hygiene procedures? For instance, do they autoclave all the equipment between patients? It’s only relatively recently this has been practised here. If they don’t autoclave the equipment between patients, you are taking a big risk re diseases such as HIV.

I’ve been getting dental work done in Bangkok for eight years and every single thing about the experience is superior to any dentist I’ve ever been to in Australia. That includes equipment, staff, training, professionalism and ability to do the work correctly the first time. I purposely didn’t mention cost because I would go to my dentist in Bangkok in preference to a dentist here in Australia even if they were the same cost.

So how do you go about finding these super Bangkok dentists?

rosscoact said :

Maya123 said :

For those who travel overseas for their dental work, have you checked out their hygiene procedures? For instance, do they autoclave all the equipment between patients? It’s only relatively recently this has been practised here. If they don’t autoclave the equipment between patients, you are taking a big risk re diseases such as HIV.

I’ve been getting dental work done in Bangkok for eight years and every single thing about the experience is superior to any dentist I’ve ever been to in Australia. That includes equipment, staff, training, professionalism and ability to do the work correctly the first time. I purposely didn’t mention cost because I would go to my dentist in Bangkok in preference to a dentist here in Australia even if they were the same cost.

I have friends who do the same thing; mainly implants (which cost about $5,000 a tooth in Canberra).
I get exactly the same feedback as you are posting and even the airfare and accommodation are well covered.
This is what you call smart thinking. It’s great value.
I am wondering if the dentists you go to overseas were trained in Australian universities? If they were and they paid top dollar (no Aussie student concessions for them), how come they can do the same work as Australian dentists for a fraction of the price?.

cross said :

Wow ! you can afford to go to a dentist

Good grief man, toughen up and take charge of your life!
Anyone can afford to go to a dentist. It’s a matter of prioritising what is more important than anything else.
Good health generally, or “wellbeing” (if you must call it that), is the most important thing in life and having good teeth is part of that. Believe me, going into old age without reliable choppers is nothing to look forward to.
Eating and enjoying a variety of food needs good teeth and regular maintenence to ensure they stay that way. I am sure everyone no matter their income can arrange to have good teeth as their number one priority.
I am getting sick of people whinging on the media about how students will now never be able to pay back their HELP loans because of the government’s change to loan arrangements when in fact they can be paid back at anytime; the “minimum” amount is just that.
Also, people complaining that they will never have enough super to retire on because the money paid by their employer (it is not a salary deduction) isn’t enough. Anyone can contribute their own money (up to certain limits) to embelish their superannuation for retirement by foregoing expenditure on other items that are not vital. It is not called salary sacrifice for nothing.
It’s getting that way in this country that unless the government pays for something an individual screams “I can’t afford that”.
Read some posts on this thread about how some people care for their teeth and get motivated.

I’m pretty sure Chris Quoy is still there. The For Rent sign is for the suite next door.

Maya123 said :

For those who travel overseas for their dental work, have you checked out their hygiene procedures? For instance, do they autoclave all the equipment between patients? It’s only relatively recently this has been practised here. If they don’t autoclave the equipment between patients, you are taking a big risk re diseases such as HIV.

I’ve been getting dental work done in Bangkok for eight years and every single thing about the experience is superior to any dentist I’ve ever been to in Australia. That includes equipment, staff, training, professionalism and ability to do the work correctly the first time. I purposely didn’t mention cost because I would go to my dentist in Bangkok in preference to a dentist here in Australia even if they were the same cost.

Does anyone know what happened to Chris Quoi, the dentist who practised on the corner at the Ainslie Shops?

For those who travel overseas for their dental work, have you checked out their hygiene procedures? For instance, do they autoclave all the equipment between patients? It’s only relatively recently this has been practised here. If they don’t autoclave the equipment between patients, you are taking a big risk re diseases such as HIV.

Anyone got any experience with this ‘Smile’ dental plan thing? (You pay an annual fee and then get ‘discounted’ dental care at the selected dental practices.)

NoImRight said :

54-11 said :

Roksteddy said :

I just got back from a trip to the dentist. My Canberra dentist was too expensive so I went to Thailand.

Yep, that’s the way to do it, although I went to Vietnam. One-tenth the price, quality just as good, get a holiday as well, and the dentist was actually quite a funny guy.

Don’t get that here. All we have here is over-servicing and stratospheric prices (got to pay for the dentist’s X5 somehow).

You know youve just opened yourself up to a lecture about saving Australian jobs and this is why Holden closed etc? Someone sooner or later will blame Rudd for expensive dentists too. Any left right debate that follows? All your fault. 😉

It’s called a free market economy. And I was pumping some money into a 3rd world country as well, so no qualms whatsoever.

The age of entitlements for dentists is over….

VYBerlinaV8_is_back said :

cross said :

Wow ! you can afford to go to a dentist

Can’t you? Australia is one of the richest countries in the world, and Canberra one its wealthiest cities. It’s not like you go that often.

The problem with stats like that is they are skewed by the top 10 or 20% the fact is the vast majority of Australians do not earn 6 figure salaries.
I have always suspected dentists don’t study dentistry because they actually like it or do it to help the community.

Roksteddy said :

I just got back from a trip to the dentist. My Canberra dentist was too expensive so I went to Thailand.

This is definently the way to go for anything beyond a minor checkup. You save a fortune and get a holiday. Australian dentists are just too greedy.

And while we’re on it, any dentists in Qyeanbeyan?

54-11 said :

Roksteddy said :

I just got back from a trip to the dentist. My Canberra dentist was too expensive so I went to Thailand.

Yep, that’s the way to do it, although I went to Vietnam. One-tenth the price, quality just as good, get a holiday as well, and the dentist was actually quite a funny guy.

Don’t get that here. All we have here is over-servicing and stratospheric prices (got to pay for the dentist’s X5 somehow).

You know youve just opened yourself up to a lecture about saving Australian jobs and this is why Holden closed etc? Someone sooner or later will blame Rudd for expensive dentists too. Any left right debate that follows? All your fault. 😉

VYBerlinaV8_is_back said :

cross said :

Wow ! you can afford to go to a dentist

Can’t you? Australia is one of the richest countries in the world, and Canberra one its wealthiest cities. It’s not like you go that often.

I thought people went to Thailand to go to the dentist. And have a holiday as well for the price.

Roksteddy said :

I just got back from a trip to the dentist. My Canberra dentist was too expensive so I went to Thailand.

Yep, that’s the way to do it, although I went to Vietnam. One-tenth the price, quality just as good, get a holiday as well, and the dentist was actually quite a funny guy.

Don’t get that here. All we have here is over-servicing and stratospheric prices (got to pay for the dentist’s X5 somehow).

VYBerlinaV8_is_back7:29 pm 25 Feb 14

cross said :

Wow ! you can afford to go to a dentist

Can’t you? Australia is one of the richest countries in the world, and Canberra one its wealthiest cities. It’s not like you go that often.

Wow ! you can afford to go to a dentist

tiliqua said :

Preventative Dentistry 1/5 McKay Gardens Turner 6162 0512
http://www.preventivedentistry.com.au

Can’t recommend them highly enough.

tiliqua said :

Preventive Dentistry 1/5 McKay Gardens Turner
http://www.preventivedentistry.com.au

I can’t recommend them highly enough.

Or often enough?

pptvb said :

random said :

My impression from these dentist recommendation threads is that everyone in Canberra is awesome because every response will name someone different.

I endorse Preventive Dentistry (in Turner). Everyone there is great: http://www.preventivedentistry.com.au/
Preventative Dentistry 1/5 McKay Gardens Turner 6162 0512
http://www.preventivedentistry.com.au

Can’t recommend them highly enough.

Thoroughly agree. Scott is your man.

+1

Absolutely agree about Britta. I used to top the fear stakes, and only went to the dentist if I absolutely had to. Now no fear at all, and go regularly. Highly recommended.

I just got back from a trip to the dentist. My Canberra dentist was too expensive so I went to Thailand.

For the squeamish, there is a butcher in Dickson who for $20 will fix a broken filling. Tooth removal is a permanent way to avoid going to dentists.

random said :

My impression from these dentist recommendation threads is that everyone in Canberra is awesome because every response will name someone different.

I endorse Preventive Dentistry (in Turner). Everyone there is great: http://www.preventivedentistry.com.au/
Preventative Dentistry 1/5 McKay Gardens Turner 6162 0512
http://www.preventivedentistry.com.au

Can’t recommend them highly enough.

Thoroughly agree. Scott is your man.

Eddy Truong at Lasting Impressions Dental. They’re on University Avenue in the city.

My impression from these dentist recommendation threads is that everyone in Canberra is awesome because every response will name someone different.

I endorse Preventive Dentistry (in Turner). Everyone there is great: http://www.preventivedentistry.com.au/

Preventive Dentistry 1/5 McKay Gardens Turner
http://www.preventivedentistry.com.au

I can’t recommend them highly enough.

Preventative Dentistry 1/5 McKay Gardens Turner 6162 0512
http://www.preventivedentistry.com.au

Can’t recommend them highly enough.

Dr Britta Hannaford at Preventive Dental Options in the City. 100%

Mrs OverLord is morbidly afraid of the dentist, but Dr Britta talks you through everything before she does it, very calm and professional and gives you all the options and works out plans with you.

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