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COVID-19 Change to Oral Health service information

In March 2020 Gold Coast Oral Health Service postponed all non-urgent dental appointments due to the COVID pandemic. As restrictions have now been lifted, we are recommencing our services to schools within our community.

Eligible patients can now access general and emergency dental care at the Southport Health Precinct Dental Clinic, Robina Community Dental Clinic, Palm Beach Community Dental Clinic and at this time six school based mobile dental clinics. Visit the mobile dental clinic page.

Clients who have had appointments postponed will be contacted and rebooked according to clinical need.  Please be aware that due to the COVID-19, the waiting times are currently longer than usual. We are unable to provide a timeframe at this stage.

If you need urgent care, please call 1300 300 850.

To enquire about oral health services or to make an appointment phone 1300 300 850.

Appointment information

To make an appointment, phone the Gold Coast Oral Health Client Service Centre—a call centre for urgent and general public oral health services for eligible children, adolescents and adults in the Gold Coast region:

1300 300 850 Cost of a local call. Calls from mobiles may be charged at a higher rate. Please check with your service provider.

Our friendly staff will help you make an appointment at a time and location convenient to you. You can choose from a number of oral health clinics throughout the region.

What to bring

You should bring to all appointments:

  • your current concession cards
  • medicare card
  • photo identification
  • Authority to Care letter (if applicable)
  • details of any medication you are taking.

Book your child’s FREE dental check

Regular check-ups are important for maintaining good oral health.

  • Book your child’s FREE dental check: 1300 300 850 

What to bring

You should bring to all appointments:

What will happen at the appointment?

A dental examination (check-up) including x-rays (if necessary) will be conducted for your child. 

Any treatment required will be discussed and consent from the Parent or Legal Guardian will be required before any further treatment is provided.

Last updated 05 Nov 2020