Experienced dentists in Highgate with a focus on quality care
Located near Highgate, Maylands Dental Center is a family dental office. Offering both general dentistry and cosmetic dentistry, the clinic is dedicated to serving clients with quality care and service that reaches the industry standard.
Our commitment to customer service has driven us to invest significantly in advanced technology, training, and office equipment to ensure that you have the best possible experience when visiting us.
Our Dental Services at Maylands Dental Centre
A trusted dental clinic in Highgate, Maylands Dental Centre, is widely known for its excellent dental care services. Our friendly staff take pride in offering quality dental care that will make you smile the moment you step out of our door. We provide general dentistry services aimed at preserving existing tooth structures and preventing oral health problems such as periodontal disease and tooth decay.
We are dedicated to performing preventive and restorative procedures to provide a lifetime of healthy teeth and effective oral hygiene.
Maylands Dental Centre
Highly Trained Dentists and QIP Accredited
0% Payment Plan Options & Accepts All Health funds
Easily Accessible and In-House Sedation
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We strive to provide the best possible care to all our patients, regardless of their health insurance coverage. Healthfund providers are welcome to use our services, and HBF, HCF, NIB, and CBHS are among our preferred partners. There are also HICAPS machines available for straightforward claims processing.
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Frequently Asked Questions
A dental cleaning procedure involves cleaning around the gum line on the back and front of your teeth to remove plaque and tartar. Usually, the dentist will begin by removing any calcified plaque deposits stuck on the teeth.
A scaling device, such as an ultrasonic scaler, can help loosen and remove sticky substances. This is combined with a micro-spraying of cool water to remove plaque from between your teeth as well as food debris.
After the dental cleaning, your dentist will polish them. A slow-speed handpiece is used for polishing, which features a soft rubber cup that spins at the end. Prophylaxis paste is scooped into the cup and swirled around on the teeth to make them smooth and glossy.
After the scale and clean, your dentist will provide dental health care tips and instructions to help you maintain good oral hygiene. You may also opt for an additional fluoride treatment.
We often see dental anxiety preventing people from getting the dental treatment they need, resulting in the worsening of their existing conditions. To avoid this, we offer the option of sedation dentistry with the use of IV sedation, administered and supervised by a qualified, experienced, and medically trained anaesthetist.
The anaesthetist uses sedative drugs (local anaesthetic, general anaesthetic) and pain-relieving drugs to put you into a calm, relaxed state while you undergo dental treatment, which is often known as “conscious sedation.”
Oral sedation can be taken the night before or an hour before your dental procedure, depending on the level of sedation needed. Additionally, we provide nitrous oxide (laughing gas) for individuals who wish to have a continual boost throughout the dental procedure.
At Maylands Dental Centre, we believe that every person of our community deserves access to the highest-quality dental care provided by fully qualified experts. We offer a variety of payment options to make your care more reasonable.
- All healtfund providers. We have HICAPS machine available for fast on-the-spot claims
- All major credit cards
- Child Dental Benefit Schedule also known as CDBS
- DVA card holders
- MPDSS or Metropolitan Patients Dental Subsidy Scheme
Payment Plan Options
- Fund My Dental
We also offer a $300 professional check-up and clean for new patients. Click our offers page to learn more.
The average price of a regular dental check-up that includes a regular scale and clean treatment is typically between $200 and $275 per appointment, depending on the severity of the problem and the plaque build-up. If an x-ray is needed, the cost could range between $300 and $400.