212 Drummond

Your Visit & Comfort

Dentistry @ Ballarat will change your impression of visiting the dentist. After a warm and friendly greeting, you can relax in style. Our tranquil reception area is designed to settle nerves and make your visit extra special. Select the day’s newspaper then relax in fully air-conditioned comfort, enjoying a premium ground filter coffee, herbal or regular tea or 100% natural juice.

Your comfort is our priority, and we aim to ensure you receive a relaxed and informative consultation. Our rooms provide a tranquil environment where we can help you overcome any anxiety or uncertainty about your appointment. In fact, we also offer sedation dentistry, to help you relax while having dental treatment. You can also watch DVDs or listen to calm, relaxing music!

Having our own families, we also understand children’s apprehension. The Dentistry @ Ballarat team takes an empathic approach that will allay fears, and children can have fun playing or watching DVDs in our custom-built kids’ centre.  


Changes in appointment.
Your time is reserved exclusively for you.
So, we would really appreciate 48 hours notice
should you need to change your appointment

The Comprehensive Exam

If you’ve had dental work in the
past that really hasn’t addressed
your concerns or goals and you
want to do things properly once and
for all, a great place to start is with
our comprehensive examination.

Financial Information

We offer a wide array of payment options for on the day payment. For more extensive treatment, payment plans can be organised in advance through our treatment coordinator. We also offer GE financing and for your convenience HICAPS where you can claim your Private Health insurance rebate on the spot.




Why do you take an hour for the first exam, when other dentists don’t? Why do I need to see a hygienist? Can’t the dentist just clean my teeth? Will they cost more? I haven’t been to a dentist in years & I’m worried about what they might find. What’s the difference between a porcelain filling
and a cheaper one?
How do our dentists look
aftertheir own teeth?
Why do I need X-rays?
Do they do me any harm?
If it isn’t currently broken,
do I need to get it fixed?