Patient Information

This additional practice will enable us to provide a level of holistic, integrated care across a range of disciplines by adopting a proactive and preventative approach, which is supported by our established quality management model and leading-edge technology.

We are operational six days a week with an extended range of trading hours, extending to dental, medical and allied health, with the ability to accept appointments and walk-in patients with bulk-billing on weekdays and private billing on weekends.

Our friendly staff wants you to feel comfortable when you visit St Mark Group. All staff are responsible for your experience. Should you have any questions or queries, please ask any welcoming face for assistance; we are all happy to help.

Dental services include orthodontics, Invisalign, implants, general dentistry, conscious sedation, porcelain veneers, teeth whitening, sleep apnoea, snoring treatment and more.

Medical services include: family medicine, women’s health, men’s health, mental health, immunisations, travel medicine, children’s checks, health assessments for over 75-year-olds, occupational and work cover consultations, sexual health and more.

Cosmetic services include: cosmetic injectables, dermal fillers, wrinkle relaxers, non-surgical facial thread lifts, skin needling, vampire facials, chemical peels and more.

We invite you to discover what makes St Mark Dental and Medical Group a place where you will benefit from our personal and professional care visit us at your convenience to observe firsthand the level of health services we are keen to provide to our patients. We look forward to meeting you and your families.

Dental Emergencies

If you leave a message, we will get back to you as soon as possible!

All your messages will go straight to message bank, which we check on a highly frequent basis, meaning if you encounter a dental emergency, we will do everything in our power to treat you! 

In most cases, our on-call dental surgeon will be able to reply to your inquiry or call within three hours.

Do not delay to seek help if your tooth has been knocked out from trauma.

If the reason for your emergency is that your tooth has been broken or knocked out from a traumatic incident, it is important that you see a dental professional within 30 minutes. This can mean the difference between saving and losing your tooth!

Be sure to handle the tooth at the crown as touching the root can damage it. Store the tooth in a container with milk and bring it with you when you attend the emergency appointment. Do not wash or scrub the tooth as it will cause further damage.

Oral Hygiene

Good oral hygiene is critical to the maintenance of healthy teeth and gums. A healthy mouth aids the appearance of an attractive smile and eating ability and assists the prevention of tooth and gum disease, tooth loss, pain and costly future restorative procedures.

Our Dentists at St Mark Dental will thoroughly clean and polish your teeth, removing stains, debris and deposits that have built up above and below the gum level to prevent and treat gum disease (also known as gingivitis or periodontal disease), as well as offering desensitising treatments.

Your safety is our priority. We operate under the strictest cross-infection control procedures. All instruments are fully sterilised between patients using procedures according to ADA guidelines of OH&S.

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth are the last adult teeth to emerge from our gums. However, they may become a problem for you over several years as they grow and develop in each corner of your mouth. These gradual changes can cause sudden and severe pain if problems occur. Understanding why such things can happen may help you deal with potential problems before they occur.

The best approach is to visit St Mark Dental Dental and Medical Group for an evaluation where we will review your dental history, take dental x-rays and perform an examination to determine the general health of your mouth and the condition of your wisdom teeth. If a problem with your wisdom teeth is detected, our dentists may recommend surgery to remove them and to eliminate any unpleasant symptoms. Early removal is best for most patients as it usually helps to avoid more serious problems later on.

 

Disclaimer:

All treatment carries risks. Individual consultation is required with one of our practitioners to ensure that the treatment is right for you. 

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner. Contact us for more information. Rebates may vary depending on your individual health fund.