Your Blackburn Dentist: How we can help
Gentle Dental Care
You’re in good hands with our gentle and empathetic dental team. We want your experience at Whitehorse Dental Blackburn to be stress-free and comfortable.
Quality Long-Term Solutions
Whether you’re in pain or simply want to improve your smile, our experienced Blackburn dentists can help you with long-term solutions for your teeth.
We welcome new patients and look forward to getting to know you in the years to come at our Blackburn dental clinic.
Improve Your Smile
Are you unhappy with your smile? Our dentists will take the time to go through your options so you can be confident and happy with your smile again.
We know pain from a broken tooth, toothache or infection is distressing and you need treatment fast. Contact your local dentist Blackburn on (03) 8838 8820 if you have a dental emergency.
Check-Up & Clean
If you want to keep your teeth healthy, regular check-ups and cleans, as well as a healthy teeth cleaning routine at home, are the answer.
Visit Our Blackburn Dental Clinic
Contact our friendly, caring team to make an appointment for your next check-up. Our modern dental practice is located in Blackburn, in the Eastern suburbs of Melbourne and we’re open 6 days a week.
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