New Patient Information
- At Supa Dental, we respect your time. Please help us run on time by arriving 15 minutes before your appointment. Parking is available on Riddler Drive and Centenary Avenue.
- To minimise any delay in seeing you, please download, fill in a new patient form on the right side of this page and bring with you to your first appointment. Alternatively, you can email us the completed form.
- Please kindly bring your medications list and medical history from your doctor.
- The appointment is made specifically for you. If you cannot keep the appointment, please let us know as soon as possible. A minimum of 24 hours notice is required, otherwise a late cancellation or no-show fee will be charged.
- Full payment is expected on the day. We accept cash, debit and credit cards. We have a HICAPS machine which allows on-the-spot claiming from your health fund providers.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Comprehensive examination (First visit)
Please allow 45-60 minutes for this appointment. Depending on the complexity of the examination, we may not have time to give your teeth a clean. Most of the time will be spent collecting information about your mouth.
Your first visit includes:
- A thorough examination of your gums and teeth including oral cancer screening.
- A full face screening X-ray film (OPG).
- 2 dental decay screening Bitewing radiographs (X-rays).
- Dental photographs for records and discussion purposes.
Taking models of your teeth if needed.
- A complimentary second appointment to discuss results and treatment plan if needed.
- Most appointments are pre-booked well in advance. However we do allow time each day to slot you in for emergency needs. Please be mindful that we may only have enough time to address one issue during the visit.
- Treating emergencies involves finding the cause of your problem. This often includes doing a limited examination and taking a radiograph (X-ray).
- After an emergency appointment, we highly recommend a comprehensive examination so treatments can be planned properly. Treating one problem in isolation without taking into account the whole mouth can lead to substandard quality of work, increased costs and treatment time.