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Waitlists apply for all treatment other than emergency care.
Please note: These fees are effective from 1 October 2017. All fees are subject to change.

TYPE OF SERVICE WHO CAN USE IT? WHERE? HOW MUCH DO I PAY?
General Dental Care (Adult)


- Examination
- Cleaning
- Fillings
- Extractions
- Root canal treatment
Health care and pensioner concession cardholders Community dental clinics and The Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne $28.00 per visit, The most you will need to pay for a complete general course of care is $112. This includes examination and all general dental treatment.

If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander you can receive free treatment at The Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne.
General Dental Care
(Infants, pre-school children, primary school children and youth)



- Check-ups and advice every 1 to 2 years
- Dental sealants to prevent decay
- Cleaning
- Fillings
- Extractions
All children aged 0-12 years.

Children and adolescents between 13 years and 17 years if they or their parents hold a current health care or pensioner concession card.   

(Take your child to see a dentist no later than 2 years of age)

Community dental clinics and The Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne Free for children and adolescents if they or their parents hold a current health care or pensioner card.

Children aged 12 years and under whose parents don't hold a concession card pay a fee of $33.00 per child (maximum $132 per family) per course of care.

Children and adolescents without a concession card may be eligible for free treatment in some circumstances. For more information, call (03) 9341 1000
Emergencies



All children 0-12yrs




Young people 13-17 yrs with a concession card or eligible for Child Dental Benefits Schedule

Health care and pensioner concession cardholders

Non Victorian concession card holders

Community dental clinics and The Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne


Community dental clinics and The Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne


Community dental clinics and The Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne

The Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne

Free




Free




$28.00 for emergency treatment



Total cost is based on dental care provided with pre-payment of $235. Additional payment or refund is to be made at the completion of the visit.

Dentures



Health care and pensioner concession cardholders Community dental clinics and The Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne $67.50 per denture. Up to $135 for a full (upper and lower) denture.
Specialist care


- Orthodontics
- Oral and maxillofacial surgery
- Endodontics
- Periodontics
- Prosthodontics
- Paediatric dentistry
- Oral medicine   

Further information on these services >>

Health care and pensioner concession cardholders and their dentists who have had a written referral made by their health care provider. The Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne Fees for specialist services will be dependent on the treatment provided up to a maximum of $338 for a course of care.
Special needs


- Domiciliary (homebound services)
- Children with special needs   
Care is available to children and adults with special needs. Talk to your local clinic for more details. The Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne and some community dental clinics Depends on treatment needs. Cost will be discussed at your first appointment. 
Student clinic



You may be eligible for treatment by a dental student under the supervision of a senior dental professional.

To make an appointment to assess your suitability call (03) 9341 1000.
The Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne and some community dental clinics

Free for health care and pensioner concession cardholders.

Free for children aged 12 years and under.

Please note: All fees are subject to change.

Specialist dental services
  • Orthodontics – corrects teeth and jaw alignment problems using devices such as braces
  • Oral medicine – the treatment of diseases of the lips, cheeks, tongue and jaw
  • Oral surgery - diagnosis and management of oral and 'around the mouth' (peri-oral) surgical problems
  • Periodontics – treatment of severe gum disease
  • Prosthodontics – includes dentures, crowns and bridges
  • Paediatric dentistry – treatment for children with complex dental, medical and other needs
  • Endodontics – root canal treatment
  • Special needs - special care unit for people with intellectual or physical disabilities

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