Joondalup’s Leading Dental Clinic
Open during COVID-19 as per usual.
We are happy to announce that all treatments are available once again!
Our family dental clinic consistently delivers high-quality and reliable dental care to all our patients from our Joondalup practice. From emergency dental care through through to dental implants and preventative dentistry, we endeavor to provide a comfortable atmosphere for all our patients. With advanced technologies, experienced dental surgeons and state-of-the-art facilities, we’re able to deliver a variety of leading dental services in Joondalup and the northern suburbs of Perth, WA.
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At Dental at Joondalup we take your health and safety very seriously.
As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, Dental at Joondalup are taking the required steps to support the safety and well-being of our staff and customers so that we can continue to provide high-quality dental treatment.
We introduce a positive dental experience to our young patients in a fun way, so that everyone feels safe, comfortable and special.
If you or a loved one is experiencing a dental emergency, we can see patients the very same day as their first call.
At Dental at Joondalup we provide dental implants that are very natural-looking and feel as if they’re really part of your mouth
Payment Plans Available
Dental at Joondalup have partnered with SuperCare which helps you access your superannuation funds for dental treatments and procedures.
Trusted Dentist in Joondalup
As a respected dentist in Joondalup for many years, we pride ourselves on delivering family dentistry that helps to improve health, appearance and self confidence amongst all our patients. That’s why we consistently receive word-of-mouth referrals and have maintained a strong, loyal customer base over the years – backed up by our extremely positive reviews online (if you’ve used us before, we would love it if you can leave a review on our Dental at Joondalup Google listing). We are also preferred providers of all major health funds, so we can offer personalised dental care that can be claimed through your health care provider with ease. So, whether you’re in need of general dental, teeth whitening, cosmetic dentistry or our orthodontic services including Invisalign, you can rely on our team of leading dentists to provide the best possible service for convenient and trustworthy dentistry.
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Dental at Joondalup Services
Dr Akhil Chandra
Dr Chandra is a skilled, gentle dentist who genuinely cares for his patients and endeavours to make each appointment a pleasant one. Dr Chandra enjoys all aspects of dentistry and is pleased to offer a wide variety of services to his patients.
Got Questions? We Have Answers
- First of all, don’t panic. Often a chipped or broken tooth is not a dental emergency, and can usually be repaired.
- Chipped/broken teeth may be a sign of underlying tooth decay, so please organise an appointment so we can assess your teeth.
- We will do our best to fit you in as soon as possible, however there may be a wait depending on the circumstance. The dentist may place a temporary filling initially and get you to return for further treatment – your dentist will discuss this with you.
- There are many potential causes for pain within the mouth and surrounding areas. Avoid self-diagnosis as this can be misleading when we assess your pain.
- Pain may originate from teeth, gums and surrounding regions of the mouth or face, eg. jaw joint.
- Pain may range from mild to severe, however the severity of dental pain may not accurately indicate the severity of the underlying problem.
- The most common cause of bleeding gums is plaque build-up on the teeth, resulting in gum inflammation (gingivitis).
- Bleeding gums is usually a sign that your oral hygiene technique may need some improvement.
- If your gums are bleeding, try brush to the gum line of every tooth twice daily and floss once a day.
- Bleeding gums may also be a result of gum disease (periodontitis) or other less common causes.
- Please book an appointment for a check up and clean so that we can assess the health of the gums.
- As a rule of thumb it is time for a dental visit when your baby’s first tooth becomes visible or they reach 12 months old – whichever comes first.
- If you notice anything you think is out of the ordinary before this time it’s better to be safe than sorry, so book an appointment straight away.
- The earlier your child visits the dentist the better. Prevention is better than cure and early dental visits will help protect your child from tooth decay.