Patient-Friendly Payment Options
Flexible Payment Options Available
Zip – up to $30k limit, 12 months interest free, no upfront
Denticare – up to $12k limit, 12 months interest free, 20% deposit
Supercare – early release superannuation
Call or email us to discuss your procedure, situation and options in more detail.
Pay For Your Dental Treatment Using Your Superannuation
Superannuation can be used to pay for essential Dental Treatment under the ATO’s Compassionate Release of Superannuation program. SuperCare streamlines the application process that is required to access Superannuation to pay for Dental treatments and all out of pocket expenses including private hospital fees, travel and accommodation. SuperCare operates on a no fee – no approval basis and is our preferred provider of Compassionate Release of Superannuation support.
SuperCare can facilitate the funding required for various treatments, including:
- Implants and Dentures
- Oral and Maxillofacial surgery
- Braces and Orthodontics
- Root Canal
- General Dentistry
Educational Dental Articles
Things You Should Avoid After Teeth Whitening
Pearly whites are always in style — but they can get stained too, just like white clothing. Teeth whitening has become one of the go-to dental services all across the globe. It can boost your confidence, and it’s an effective way to elevate your facial appearance. While it’s quick, simple and pain-free to get bright teeth, there are some things you should avoid after whitening teeth to be able to enjoy the sparkling results longer. To make this process a little easier, we have compiled a list of teeth whitening do’s and don’ts for you to keep in mind about the food you should and shouldn’t eat and other daily maintenance tips.
Dental Bone Grafting: Everything You Need to Know
If you’re considering a dental bone graft, then you’re in the right place. In this blog post, we will discuss everything you need to know about this procedure – from what it is, how it’s performed, to the benefits it can offer.
We’ll also dispel some of the myths that are often associated with dental bone grafting, so that you can make an informed decision about whether or not this treatment is right for you.
Invisalign Versus Braces: Which Is Perfect for You?
So, you’ve made the decision that you want straighter teeth and a smile you can feel confident in. Excellent, what’s next? There are two options available for orthodontic procedures and crooked smile correction: traditional dental braces and Invisalign. But how do you decide what option is right for you, and who comes out on top in the matchup of Invisalign versus braces?
7 Things You Should Know Before Getting Veneers
Considering veneers? Then there are a few things you need to know! At Sydney Road Dental, we can answer your questions & help you get the veneers you want.