Hygiene Department reopening
Hygiene Department reopening

Following the advice from the Australian Dental Association (ADA) and the ACT Department of Health we are pleased to announce that we are able to re-open our hygiene department. The restrictions on dental treatment has been lowered to level 1. This means that we able able to perform all our usual treatments, while still adhering to all the safety measures that we put in place when we were at level 3.

In addition, Dr Jowitt and Dr Muir are able to see those patients that were waiting for treatments such as Crowns and fillings.

Our reception staff have been busy contacting patients to let them know we are now able to continue their treatment. If you haven’t heard from us please give us a call to check about your appointment.

Safely Measures

When you attend for your appointment you will notice  some changes. In addition to our usual high standard of hygiene and sterilisation we have added more to our regime. We ask that, unless required, you attend alone and that you sterilise your hands. We will provide you with a mouthwash prior to your treatment. And while we are pleased to see you, we won’t be shaking your hand or coming too close.

We remind you that if you have any of symptoms such as a fever, sore throat, breathlessness, cough or fatigue please contact us to reschedule your appointment. This also includes if you have been in contact with a suspected case of COVID-19. It is vital that we stop the spread and ask you to take your part in this seriously.

Commencing 18 May March 2020 we will be offering hygiene appointments on Mondays through to Thursdays. 

Booking an appointment

Our reception staff are available on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

You are still able to make booking via our on line service. Please tell us the nature of the problem in the relevant field, the more detail the better. This helps us to know what the issue is and allows us to prepare.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank our patients for their understanding during this time. There is still a long road back to normal but if we work together we will get there sooner.

Please stay healthy and WASH YOUR HANDS!