Dr Gwendolin Flanagan

What happens during a dental examination?

Dental exams allow us to monitor the health of your teeth, gums, jaw joints, bite, and to provide an oral cancer screening. We may use diagnostic x-rays to see what lies beneath the surface of your enamel. By investing in prevention, you can often avoid more serious dental conditions in the future.

To all our valued patients,

As you know we are now on a week lockdown as of 5pm Thursday, August 5th. During this time we are restricted to emergency treatments only for our patients. Please be assured that we will resume normal practice as soon as permitted. We are being guided by government directives that are handed down on a daily basis. Please follow this link to read important information from the ADA on COVID guidelines as well as what you need to know as a patient ahead of your next dental appointment.

To stay up to date with Government information around COVID-19 
https://www.health.gov.au/news/health-alerts/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-health-alert

We hope you all continue to stay safe during this period.

Dr Gwendolin Flanagan and team,