Our child friendly team of dental professionals provide comfortable, quality dental care, check-ups and treatment for children.
Sunbury and Cobaw Community Health prides itself on being an autism friendly environment; our dental professionals are well experienced in providing care to children with varying needs.
We also provide information about oral hygiene and diet. We support the development of healthy oral health habits to help your children keep their teeth for life. We recommend that your child has their first dental check-up no later than 2 years of age.
There is no wait list for children and young people.
We are here 5 days a week, 8.30am – 4 pm Monday to Friday. Call 9744 4455 to book.
Will I have to wait?
There is no wait list for children and young people 0–17 years of age. We will see emergencies quickly.
Who is it for?
Children 0–12 years of age.
Young people aged 13–17 years who hold a Health Care or Pension Concession Card.
For most families our dental services will be of no cost to you.
Children 0–12 years General Treatment:
- Free for Healthcare/Pensioner Card Holders
- $34.50 for a course of general care ($138 max, per family per year) for those eligible that do not have a Healthcare/Pensioner Card
Emergency treatment is free. Dental fees are subject to change, as per Dental Health Services Victoria’s fee schedules. Cost as at 1 October 2020.
Eligible Young People 13–17 years General and Emergency Treatment:
What is the Child Dental Benefit Schedule (CDBS)?
We are happy to be relaunching the Child Dental Benefit Schedule (CDBS) from 1 December 2020.
What does this mean? If you have a child or teen between 2-17 years, who is eligible, there are no out of pocket costs for your child’s dental care. It will be bulk-billed through Medicare.
You can check your child’s eligibility through your Medicare online account at my.gov.au or by calling Medicare on 132 011.
Learn more or book a place
Call 9744 4455
Visit us at 12-28 Macedon Street Sunbury