In Box Hill South, VIC
At Burwood Dental Care, We believe in compassionate and effective dental care for every single one of our patients.
Modern & Family Friendly Boxhill South Dentist
Your smile is the first thing that people notice about you. If your teeth are damaged, stained or misshapen, it can affect your confidence and self-esteem.
The ideal solution to your dental problems is not always clear. You may have heard about veneers and orthodontics but aren’t sure what they do or how they work. Our practice offers a wide variety of treatments so we can help you achieve any goal for your smile!
At Burwood Dental Care our team of dentists and hygienists will take the time to understand all of your concerns in order to create an individualized treatment plan just for you! We offer a number of services including digital smile design, teeth whitening, braces (Invisalign), implants, root canal therapy and much more! We want every patient who walks through our doors to feel welcome from start to finish.
Our Most Popular Dental Services
Want a healthy smile for a lifetime? We offer a range of dental services, from teeth whitening to extractions. If you’re in need of a local dentist, you’ve come to the right place. Our friendly dental team is here to help.
We specialize in dental braces for children and adults . Braces have a reputation for being uncomfortable, and even somewhat embarrassing. But with our team of experienced doctors and staff, the process is as painless as possible. And we do everything to help make our patients feel comfortable throughout the process.
Veneers are a thin shell of porcelain that are bonded to the front of your teeth. They are typically used to improve the appearance of your teeth. Veneers can be used to close gaps between teeth or to cover discoloured teeth
Why Choose Burwood Dental Care
At Burwood Dental Care, we offer a broad range of dental services so that you can be confident that your entire family is receiving the best dental care for the best value. Our experienced and friendly Burwood Dentist is committed to providing you with the most thorough, yet affordable dental care possible. Our goal is to provide a positive dental experience for each of our patients.
At Burwood Dental Care, our patients are our number one priority. That’s why we’ve put together a caring and dedicated team to offer you the highest standard of dental care. We want to take the time to get to know you, understand your dental needs, and ensure that every visit to us is as comfortable as possible. We’re proud to call the vibrant, close-knit, family-friendly suburb of Burwood home.
Meet Our Dentist
At Burwood Dental Care, we have a team of dentists who are committed to providing the highest standard of dentistry to meet your individual needs. Our clinic includes dentists, hygienists, and dental care specialists who are friendly, caring, and highly skilled to ensure your comfort and well-being at all times. We pride ourselves on providing the best service to our patients, and we are committed to ensuring your visit to us is a positive and enjoyable experience.
Dr. Ash Sagar
Growing up, Dr Ash always wanted to be in the medical field, and decided that dentistry was the perfect profession that would allow her to be creative yet scientific. Since graduating from Mumbai University (MUHS) in 2006, Dr Ash Sagar has worked to build caring, quality and effective relationships with her patients.
In order to provide the best care for her patients, Dr Ash stays up to date with the latest advancements in the field through continuing professional development courses and seminars each month. As well as has diploma in Progressive Orthodontics, Clear Correct, C fast,Smile fast, Myo braces, Full mouth rehabilitation (FMR), Digital Smile Design (DSD), Soft Tissue LASER.
Dr Ash speaks English, Marathi and Hindi. She remains a current member of the ADA and the ADAVB.
Dr. Phil Au
Dr Phil is a vivid academician. While he got his Doctor of Dental Medicine from University of Western Australia, he also holds a degree in Biomedical Science, an Honours degree in Science and a Ph.D which were all offered at the University of Melbourne. He is also a writer of more than 10 publications and a certified provider of Invisalign. Phil is enthusiastic about proceeding with proficient schooling and upgrading his abilities.
Dr Phil’s way of understanding and handling patient’s care is by being truthful, kind and consistently having the patient’s wellbeing as the top priority. His delicate and caring mentality empowered him to effectively finish the treatment of many pleased patients in both countryside and metropolitan Western Australia, New South Wales and Victoria.
He is likewise enthusiastic about offering back to the society by doing dental volunteering work in emerging nations.
FAQ's About Our Dental Services in Burwood
We offer various payment options such as Eftpos, Credit Card, and Cash. We are also affiliated with all major health fund providers.
We have a HICAPS facility for convenient on-the-spot dental claims processing for private health fund and medicare.
The cost of a Dental checkup will vary depending on the individual situation. The standard cost of a check-up is $200, but this can go up to $400 if your dentist discovers any problems that need to be addressed during the appointment. These costs can be even higher if you need to have a number of X-rays.
Medicare offers rebates for both children and adults to access dental care in certain scenarios.
You can cover children through the Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS). Children must be between two and 17 years old, be eligible for Medicare, or receive a Centrelink payment like the Family Tax Benefit A to be eligible.
These benefits are capped at $1,000 for children every two years, and cover services like teeth exams, x-rays, cleanings, fissure sealing, fillings, and extractions, but not orthodontics or cosmetic dentistry.
Eligible adults can also be covered if they have a Commonwealth Health Care Card, a Pensioner Concession Card, or a Commonwealth Seniors Health Card. Eligibility and treatment options can vary based on the state or territory of residence.
Although it’s never too early to start building a great relationship with your child’s dentist, there are some guidelines that can help you know when it’s time to visit the dentist. The Australian & New Zealand Society Of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that children should see a dentist at least once a year from age 1 to 2 years old, twice a year from age 2 to 6 years old, and once every six months from age 6 to 12 years old.
Going to the dentist can be an uncomfortable experience for any adult, but it can be downright scary for a child. At the same time, it is just as important for children to visit the dentist as it is for adults.
Here are some of the top reasons for the importance of children visiting the dentist early on:
Poor oral health is often caused by an unhealthy diet and a lack of dental care. If you don’t take the time to see the dentist, it is difficult to change your poor oral health habits. Poor oral health can lead to more serious problems such as heart disease, diabetes, respiratory disorders, and tooth loss.
It’s best for both you and your child if you can find a positive dental practice where your child will feel comfortable.
Most dentist are closed during night so if the pain is unbearable. Please visit the Victoria Emergency Dental Care page for information on what steps you need to take.
Looking for your next family dentist is a very important choice to make. You and your family dentist will be long-term oral health care partners; therefore, you should find someone you can be comfortable with. To find a suitable dentist to meet your needs, consider asking the following questions as a starting point:
- What are the office hours? Are they convenient for your schedule?
- Is the office easy to get to from work or home?
- Where was the dentist educated and trained?
- What’s the dentist’s approach to preventive dentistry?
- How often does the dentist attend conferences and continuing education workshops?
- Does the office appear to be clean, neat, and orderly? Do all surfaces and equipment in the treatment room appear clean?
- Is the dental staff helpful and willing to answer your questions?
- Do you observe the dentist and staff wearing gloves and other protective gear during actual patient treatment?
See your dentist as soon as possible about your toothache if:
- You have a toothache that lasts longer than 1 or 2 days
- Your toothache is severe
- You have a fever, earache, or pain upon opening your mouth wide
Proper identification and treatment of dental infections is important to prevent its spread to other parts of the face and skull and possibly even to the bloodstream.