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Children’s Dentistry for Currambine

We Serve Patients of Every Age

Each child has unique oral health needs that are crucial to the development of their future smile. Thanks to regular care and maintenance, it’s possible for your son or daughter to enjoy a healthy smile well into adulthood.


Our experienced staff strives to meet the needs of all our young patients and put them at ease in our office.

At Smiles in Currambine, our team specializes in the care of paediatric patients. Our staff understands the unique needs of even the youngest of patients. Not only do we strive to help them enjoy a cavity-free smile – we also aim to make dental visits something that they can look forward to.

We do this by offering a variety of care options including:

  • Routine check-ups and cleanings
  • Early cavity detection
  • Tailored oral hygiene education
  • Protective dental sealants and fluoride treatments
  • Restorative fillings and crowns, as necessary

Child Dental Benefits Schedule Gladly Accepted

We are happy to accept insurance plans, including CDBS and have an on-site HICAPS machine to file all claims straightaway, so that there’s no follow up billing for your child’s dental care.

Schedule your child’s check-up and clean every six months beginning at age one to promote a lifetime of healthy teeth. Contact Smiles in Currambine today for more information.

Helping children discover good oral habits

Smiles in Currambine works closely with local early childhood service providers to present oral health education programs for 2 to 5 year old children, which they also follow up with a short Q&A session for early childhood educators.

The program is a great opportunity to engage with children and families about oral health and to embed oral health promotion within the early learning curriculum.

It’s an area Dr Neha Singh feels very passionate about, “Early childhood is a critical time when lifetime habits are established.

Research shows almost 50% of children aged 6 years and under have preventable dental cavities, Dr Neha says.

Early childhood dental decay influences long term oral health as well as general health and well-being. Our program aims to introduce little kids to healthy tooth brushing and healthy eating habits in order to avoid unnecessary dental emergencies and promote healthier smiles.

Contact us for more details or to make a booking for a visit.

Children’s Dentist in Currambine | (08) 9305 4888