Niddrie Dental Clinic
Dentists - Niddrie, VIC
Niddrie Dental Clinic is a General Dental Practice which offers all aspects of dentistry to Patients and to make their experience gentle and comfortable.
At Niddrie Dental Clinic, we pride ourselves on offering quality dental care and variety of innovative treatment options to meet all your dental needs for you and for your family.
Our highly experienced dentists, dental assistants, and reception staff are committed in ensuring, you experience a comfortable and satisfactory outcome every time. We aim to take care of this in a timely and efficient manner, where you endure a stress free and memorable experience meeting your expectations and always “giving you a reason to smile”.
Moreover at Niddrie Dental clinic our dentists understand the importance of preventative dental care from an early age, hence we take pride in Children’s dentistry as we create the right environment for your child so that on each visit your child leaves with a memorable experience.
Taking care of your teeth is vital for good health and your overall well-being.
We understand the fear some people might have with going to the dentist therefore we take our time to put you at ease before and after treatment and make every experience comfortable and pain free. The convenience of our Online Booking, After hours appointments, and Weekend Appointments, gives you the flexibility to fit your dental appointment around your busy lifestyle.
As part of our commitment to improve your oral health, we offer a complete range of services from general, family and cosmetic dental treatments including preventive dental care services such as dental check-up, scale and clean, x-rays, dental care for children, crowns, veneers, tooth whitening, custom-made mouth guards and dentures.
Moreover, we offer after hours and weekend appointments not only for general dental treatment but also for dental emergencies. Common problems which may warrant an emergency visit include toothache, wisdom tooth pain,and broken tooth or knocked out teeth, trauma injuries to the mouth (sporting, accidents and fall), lost or broken veneer/crown, gum diseases, inflammation of gums/swelling of face, broken fillings and abscesses.