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How often should you go to the dentist?

Most dentists recommend seeing the dentist once every 6-12 months according to the Australian Dental Association (ADA). However, this may vary according to patient dental needs as well. Studies have shown that people with no dental issues can visit the dentist near them once a year, while those with oral health issues should get checked every 3-4 months. This can include Regular Dental Exams, Preventative Dentistry, Cleaning, Flossing and General Dental Check-Ups.

How long does teeth whitening last?

Most of the time, the effects of teeth whitening can last up to 2-3 years with proper care after a teeth whitening procedure. However, this also depends on avoiding or cutting down things that can stain the teeth, for example coffee, tea, avoiding smoking, and brushing after consuming foods that may stain the teeth like colored fruits or vegetables.

Does medicare cover dental?

According to HealthDirect, the "Australian Government does not cover the costs of most dental services in the way it does with other health services." Medicare does not cover most routine dental procedures such as dentures, wisdom tooth extraction, teeth cleaning, or filling. However, Medicare does cover some essential dental services for eligible children under the Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS) and adults who are eligible. The CDBS program pays $1,000 over 2 calendar years for children aged 2 to 17 for basic dental services, including dental check-ups, x-rays, cleaning, sealing cracked teeth, fillings, root canals and extractions.

Do dentists bulk bill?

This depends on each dental clinic. While most dental clinics bulk bill for children upto the amount covered under the Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS). For eligible adults, some dental clinics may cover emergency dental services or some additional services. It is best to find a dental clinic near you in Australia and ask them about bulk billing dentistry services.