Ticking a dental checkup off your “To Do” list is now a whole lot easier with MC Dental’s patient-comfort approach to dentistry.

MC Dental has analysed every part of the patient experience and takes special care to ensure your visit is made as comfortable as possible.  From the moment you walk into our waiting room, you’ll notice the difference. Our friendly team are at the desk to welcome you with a smile and the offer of a refreshing beverage.

We understand that your time is just as important as ours, and we take every measure to ensure our booking schedule is kept to plan and that your time in the waiting room is kept to a minimum.

Once in the consultation room our highly experienced dentists have your wellbeing at the forefront of their minds.  We’re happy to explain every step of the consultation to you, or you can choose to watch a movie on our specially designed headset whilst our team works on your teeth.

If your teeth require attention beyond a simple check-up and clean, you can rest assured that MC Dental is equipped to effectively and efficiently address your needs.  The MC Dental clinic boasts the latest in modern dentistry including the renowned CEREC crown system, so that you can have the desired result with minimum disruption to your daily activities.


Open seven days a week in Melbourne’s CBD, MC Dental provides a range of dental services, from orthodontics to cosmetic dentistry and general dentistry. Call MC Dental on 03 8608 8968 to arrange an appointment.

MC Dental are providing quality care to children as part of a new Medicare initiative that covers dental treatment for children aged 2 – 17.

This is a fantastic opportunity for parents to ensure their children receive essential dental attention that will set them on the right path for a life of good dental health. With Medicare covering the costs for many popular services there is no better time to take advantage and book an appointment for your child.

The friendly team at MC Dental are experts at working with children and take special steps to ensure children have a positive experience. To find out how your children can access the Medicare Child Dental Benefit Scheme contact MC Dental on (03) 8608 8968

Important points:

  • Services that receive a benefit under the program include examinations, x-rays, cleaning, fissure sealing, fillings, root canals, extractions and partial dentures.
  • The total benefit entitlement is capped at $1,000 per child over a two calendar year period.
  • Benefits are not available for orthodontic or cosmetic dental work.
  • You can confirm your child’s eligibility by calling the Medicare general enquiries line on 132 011. The Medicare Child Dental Benefits Scheme has a means test, which requires receipt of Family Tax Benefit Part A (FTB-A) or a relevant Australian Government payment.

Also known as tooth decay, dental cavities are caused by acid erosion of tooth enamel. When bacteria and plaque build up on teeth, optimal conditions are created in the mouth for tooth decay to occur, which is why it is essential to prevent or treat dental cavities early on.

How Will I Know If I Have Cavities?

The only way to diagnose cavities is to visit your dentist for a check-up, preferably every six months. By maintaining a regular dental check-up schedule, any problems such as cavities can be diagnosed in the early stages and treatment applied before the problem escalates.

What Are The Symptoms?

Dental cavities often present no symptoms. If left untreated however, cavities will continue to erode the teeth and get larger, sometimes resulting in symptoms at a later stage when you may find your teeth are more sensitive to sweet foods or hot and cold temperatures.

How Can I Prevent Cavities?

Maintaining a healthy oral care routine at home is important. As well as brushing your teeth at least twice daily to remove food particles, plaque and bacteria, flossing daily will ensure you reach between the teeth and gums to clean those areas that are hard to reach with a toothbrush.

What Treatment Is Available?

The standard cavity treatment is a dental filling. The decayed matter will first be removed, and then the cavity filled – usually with amalgam or composite resin. For extensive cavities, more complex treatments such as crowns or root canal may be required to save your tooth.

Worried About Dental Cavities?

If it’s been more than six months since your last check-up, pay a visit to your dentist as soon as possible. MC Dental offers general and cosmetic dentistry, teeth whitening and sleep dentistry. To make an appointment call, (03) 8608 8968.

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Shop 254, Level 2,

211 La Trobe Street,

Shop 10, 677 La Trobe St


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