Patient Experience

From your first point of contact our professional team at Sandy Bay Dental Centre are committed to ensuring that your experience with us is a positive one. Our front desk co-ordinator will always treat you with the up most respect, taking time to assess your individual requirements and tailoring our services to ensure that you achieve the optimum results in the maximum comfort. We value your time and will always strive to provide efficient, quality service.

First Visit

With a desire to keep you informed on what to expect during your experience with Sandy Bay Dental Centre we have briefly outlined what will take place during your first visit to our practice.

  1. Our front desk co-ordinator will welcome you upon entering our practice. If you would like to arrive early you may take advantage of our massage chair and enjoy a massage before going into the surgery. We pride ourselves in having up to date magazines and reading material to suit the reading enthusiastic.
  2. We will then request your new patient form. If you haven’t already filled this in online (click here for online version) we will ask you to take just a few minutes to complete it before you appointment.
  3. You will then be shown through to one of our surgeries and introduced to your experienced dentist, who will complete a Comprehensive Dental Assessment. This will include,
    • Comprehensive Examination
    • Diagnostic X-Rays (if required)
    • Treatment Planning
    • Professional Clean and Polish
    • Fluoride Application
  4. Following this, your dentist will discuss with you the findings, any potential problem areas and their professional opinion and recommendation. You will be provided with all the information and treatment options (if required) so you can make an informed decision regarding you dental health.

Your Medical and Dental History

As a new patient we want to gain a comprehensive overview of your medical and dental history. This helps us in developing a strong and lasting relationship with our patients so we can provide you with dental and oral care of an exceptional standard. In order to facilitate this we will request you complete a Medical and Dental History Form, detailing your medical and dental history.

For your convenience we have made this form available to fill in online so the answers will be sent straight to our practice. Or else you can download it to email or fax back. However, if you don’t get a chance to do this, simply complete it in just a few minutes upon arriving for your appointment.

Download New Patient Form here.

Please email complete forms back to info@sandybaydentalcentre.com.au or fax it to (03) 622 400 70.

Any information that you provide to our practice will be held in the strictest confidence and used only to facilitate high quality dental and personal care during your appointments.

HICAPS

At Sandy Bay Dental Centre we accept health funds. With our HICAPS machine we can process your requests in just a few minutes so you only have to pay the difference. If you’re a member of a health fund, bring your plastic swipe card to your next appointment. We can swipe your card for a quote for your treatment plan.

Payment Options

For any payment you make to Sandy Bay Dental Centre we accept cash, cheques, credit cards and EFTPOS.

Special Care for Anxious Patients

Our caring staff understand that many patients experience phobias, fear or anxiety when attending the dentist. For this reason our experienced team has numerous options in place to help ensure that your experience with us is a stress-free, positive one.

Smile Choice Payments

Sometimes dental treatments can be an unexpected expense, but that doesn’t mean you need to choose between your oral health and your budget.

New Patient Offer

We would like to invite you to visit our dental practice with this exclusive new patient introductory offer of a Comprehensive Dental Assessment for $200 (valued at $285).

BUPA Members First

Sandy Bay Dental Centre teamed up with Bupa and become a Bupa Members First Dental Practice. What does that mean for you as a patient?