We’re very happy to announce that we can now move down to Level 1 restrictions for dental treatments!
This means that we can now offer ALL dental treatments to patients who:
We will still continue to screen patients prior to their appointments, be practicing social distancing, conducting temperature checks and requiring hand sanitisation on arrival, and continuing environmental measures/modifications to our waiting rooms.
Thank you all for your ongoing support and understanding!
The Oasis Dental team is so excited to announce that we will be reopening all practices from Monday, April 27th to resume most dental treatments!
We’re very happy to be able to see our patients again now that Government restrictions have been reduced back to Level 2, but we will, as we always have, still be implementing the highest standards of infection control to ensure the safety of all patients and staff.
Appointments will fill up quickly, so don’t hesitate to book now with one of our incredible dentists!
Book online, or give us a call:
We can’t wait to see you all soon!
Coronavirus: Major Changes to Our Operations
Due to the Level 3 Government and Australian Dental Association (ADA) restrictions that are currently in place, we can only treat toothaches and dental emergencies for the foreseeable future. As a result, we have decided to temporarily close our Chirn Park and Palm Beach dental practices while seeing emergencies at our Broadbeach dental practice only.
Essentially, we can only treat issues that are causing pain or are likely to cause pain in the near future, such as:
Medically compromised or high risk patients may still require more routine care. If unsure, please contact our reception team.
We will be triaging those who are in pain over the phone – both existing and new patients. We will also be asking COVID-19 screening questions to confirm you haven’t been overseas in the past 2 weeks, and haven’t been in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19/tested and awaiting results.
For our safety and yours. Dental staff are at a much higher risk of contracting Coronavirus due to working in the mouth with air and water spray which creates aerosols. Furthermore, by limiting dental procedures, it will reduce the number of people entering the practice daily, in alignment with the nation-wide social distancing strategy.
We will have to defer all routine treatment until government restrictions are lifted. A staff member will be in touch to reappoint you as soon as we resume normal operations.
If it is not currently causing pain or discomfort it is likely that that issue will be okay for the short term. If unsure, please contact our reception team.
Should your problem develop into a severe toothache or swelling, please call us so we can provide emergency care on 07 5526 8722.