National Cabinet approves the move to Level 1 restrictions
On 8 May 2020, National Cabinet approved a move to Level 1 restrictions for dentistry.
Under Level 1 restrictions, ALL DENTAL SERVICES CAN BE PROVIDED (as long as dental practice applies standard precautions for people who do not meet epidemiological and clinical risk factors for COVID-19 infection transmission).
Port Macquarie Dental Centre remains vigilant in its application of Level 1 restrictions and ensures the safety of our dental team and patients.
Our Practice & Core Values
We are a small welcoming practice conveniently located at 38 Buller Street, Port Macquarie.
Close to the town centre but far enough from the hustle and bustle! You will have no problem looking for a car park as we have ample onsite car parking.
The purpose built NEW modern surgery was specially designed with the aim to create a relaxing and calming atmosphere for our patients.
From the floor to ceiling windows overlooking the river and Westport Park to the traditional Japanese Zen garden outside surgeries and specifically handpicked furniture in the waiting room.
We have aimed to create the most relaxing and stress free experience for our patients.
Port Macquarie Dental Centre utilises the latest dental technology available to help our patients achieve their dream smile.
Our Dental Team
Our team is composed of dentists and staffs that are patient-focused, always putting the best interests of the patient first – always.
Port Macquarie Dental Centre
Looking for a dentist in Port Macquarie?
If you are searching for a best dental clinic in Port Macquarie, Port Macquarie Dental Centre is your no.1 choice. Contact us today our dentists Port Macquarie are ready to help.
Our brand new surgery is conveniently located close to the centre of the town of Port Macquarie.
We have recently moved next door to 38 Buller St in Port Macquarie from the previous location.
At Port Macquarie Dental Centre, we promise you the most honest and caring dental services for your whole family.
Stop the Spread of COVID-19: A Simple Guide from Port Macquarie Dental Centre
With the COVID-19 outbreak, health care professionals are urging people to refrain from touching their face. Is it too much to ask?