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Dental Health Services Victoria was set up in 1996. It is the leading public oral health agency in Victoria. The Victorian Government funds Dental Health Services Victoria to provide clinical dental services.

DHSV provides dental services through The Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne (RDHM). It also purchases dental services from over 50 community health agencies throughout Victoria.

Do you have a question about any of the services or programs provided by the DHSV Victoria?

Call

(03) 9341 1000 Melbourne metro or 
1800 833 039 outside Melbourne metro area

Email your question to us at enquiries@dhsv.org.au


DHSV uses its leadership role to add value to its relationships with agencies to improve oral health and provide as many oral health services to as many eligible people as possible.

We are also guided by Victorian and national oral health plans, regional oral health plans, evidence-based oral health promotion resources and research publications.
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About DHSV

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About The Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne
 Exterior of The Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne, 2003-

The history of The Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne dates back to 1890 when dentists began providing voluntary services out of premises at 225 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne. Known then as the Melbourne Dental Hospital, it moved to 189 Lonsdale and then 193 Spring Street, before Victoria’s first purpose-built dental hospital was opened in Grattan Street, Parkville, in 1963. In 1969 its name was changed to The Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne. In 2003 the Hospital moved to its current location at 720 Swanston Street, Carlton.

The Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne is Victoria’s leading dental teaching facility, working in partnership with The University of Melbourne, RMIT University and La Trobe University in the education of dental and oral health professionals.

The Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne visitors' guide and contact numbers