Rochedale Dental Group

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Contact us 07 3341 4344
Our Location

Our Location

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Opening Hours

Opening Hours

Mon:8am – 5:30pm
Tue: 8am – 5:30pm
Wed: 8am – 5:30pm
Thu: 8am - 7pm
Fri: 8am – 5:30pm
Sat: 8am - 3:30pm


If you have any questions regarding our dental treatments and services, please contact Rochedale Dental Group on 3341 4344.

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Here are a few of our frequently asked questions

View MoreWhy is replacing a missing tooth so important?

Picture a bookshelf full of books. If you remove a book from the book shelf, the other books topple forward into the missing book's space. The same thing happens with a mouth full of teeth.

  • When a tooth is missing the surrounding teeth drift into the incorrect position.
  • Additionally, spaces from missing teeth can cause your surrounding teeth and gums to become far more susceptible to tooth decay and gum disease which can further compound problems in your mouth.

View MoreWhat are my options to replace missing teeth?

Rochedale Dental Group offers many replacement options including bridges, dental implants (crowns for example) and dentures. See services section

View MoreI avoid dental visits because of anxiety. Is this Normal? Can you help?

Thousands of people all over the world suffer from some degree of dental anxiety; if you are one of them Rochedale Dental Group can help you to overcome your fears.

  • Your Treatment Coordinator gives you the opportunity to chat about your concerns and will find ways to help you overcome your fears.
  • There are many options to assist you feel less anxious while you are having treatment. These include Nitrous Oxide (Happy Gas), medication that can be taken a few days before your treatment appointment, televisions in every room, soothing music through our inhouse entertainment system.
  • There is no need to think that you are making your Dentist's job harder than it needs to be, as this is in fact part of their job, and they are there to make sure you feel comfortable and happy with your treatment.

View MoreI have not been to the dentist in years and I am ashamed to let a professional to see the condition of my mouth.

Your Dentist is a trained medical professional who has seen countless people with extremely poor oral health. You will be absolutely nowhere near the worst that they have seen.

  • Even if your mouth is in a bad condition, your Dentist is trained to help you and will go about your treatment in a professional manner.
  • If you feel that your mouth is this bad, then this is a great reason to visit your dentist!

View MoreCan I finance my dental work?

It is our practice policy to give patients full information about the cost of their dental work before any treatment is undertaken.

  • A written estimate and treatment plan will be provided for all dental treatment during your first comprehensive examination at the practice.
  • We offer patients a range of payment options, depending on their needs through GE Care Credit with our 6 and 12 monthly interest free payment plans.
  • Please speak with a Treatment Co-Ordinator to find out more about this service.

View MoreI have dark fillings-can you help?

We can remove unsightly dark amalgam fillings and replace them with white composite or ceramic fillings to restore the look of your original tooth and to remove the risk of amalgam toxins.

  • White fillings are made of a composite resin, or porcelain ceramic material that can be coloured to exactly match your existing tooth colour.
  • These fillings are extremely durable and offer the additional benefit of not carrying the potential toxicity of older amalgam (silver) fillings. White fillings can revive your smile, making it appear younger and healthier.

View MoreWhy do I need X-Rays?

Radiographic or X-ray examinations provide your dentist with an important diagnostic tool that shows the condition of your teeth, their roots, jaw placement and the overall composition of your facial bones.

  • X-Rays can detect decay between the teeth while it is still manageable and before irreversible damage is done to the nerve or pulp of the tooth.
  • X-Rays can help your Dentist determine the presence or degree of periodontal disease, abscesses and many abnormal growths, such as cysts and tumours. X-rays can also show the exact location of impacted teeth.
  • They can pinpoint other signs of disease that may not be possible to detect through visual examination (such as changes in the jaw bone structure as a result of systemic disease).