A great density located in town, always offering a first class service - going out of their way to make you comfortable and confident your in the best hands. They take away all your fears of going to the dentist, are very gentle and professional
Larrisa - Palmerston
Sports mouth guards
Cone Beam CT
General and Cosmetic dentistry services
Oral hygiene and Hygiene treatment and procedures
Gum disease treatment
Fillings, dentures & crowns
Oral sedation available
Root canal treatments & extraction
Wisdom tooth removal
Teeth whitening & smile design
About Your Smile Dental
Your Smile Dental is a modern dental care practice conveniently located in Rosebery, Palmerston.
We provide individuals and families with a relaxed and friendly environment to access a wide range of dental care. From root canal treatments and fillings, to teeth whitening and dental implants, we provide it all at our Palmerston dental practice.
Along with general family dentistry, we provide restorative, cosmetic dental services and hygiene treatments. X-rays, OPG and Cone Beam CT technology is utilised by our staff. We also provide sedative options to help minimise discomfort during procedures such as tooth extractions.
In addition to our dental treatments, we provide snore appliances and sports mouthguards at our practice. We will recommend the most appropriate product for your specific mouth type.
Book your next dental appointment at Your Smile Dental Palmerston. Major health funds are supported and we are proud partners with Smile.com.au and Defence Health. Our friendly team will always make you feel welcome.
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