Happy New Year!
from the team at Kilmore Dental and Specialist Centre

We wish you the very best for 2018.

What are your goals for 2018?
Do they include feeling great about your smile or getting proper dental care?

At Kilmore Dental and Specialist Centre, we know that every day is a great day to make a change, but there is something about the new year that makes those goals stick.

If you’re considering orthodontic treatment and you’re no longer in your teens, you’re not alone! In fact, 62% of Australian adults say they would consider orthodontic treatment.

Download our Adult Ortho guide for more about:

  • Why you should straighten your smile as an adult
  • Your orthodontic options
  • Orthodontic myths debunked
  • Adult orthodontics at Kilmore Dental & Specialist Centre, provided by Creating Smiles Orthodontics
Smiling is often considered to be one of our most important communication skills. As the name suggests, a smile makeover is a full refresh of your smile.

Download our Smile Makeover guide for more about:

  • What is a smile makeover?
  • Terminal vs non-terminal solutions
  • Procedures involved in a smile makeover
  • Smile makeovers at Kilmore Dental & Specialist Centre

Contact us to get ahead of your New Years' resolutions
and schedule a check-up in 2018!
Welcome Vinita!
Dr Vinita Goyal is a general dentist with a special interest in cosmetic dentistry. Having worked extensively in both public and private practice in India and Australia, Dr Goyal’s vast knowledge and experience dentofacial orthopaedics will be very welcome at the Kilmore Dental and Specialist Centre.
Dealing With Dental Anxiety
Have you seen our latest blog post?
Most people live with some anxiety about going to the dentist. Whether this fear is genuine or perpetrated through stereotypes and hysteria, Kilmore Dental provides sedation dentistry options to make sure everyone can have a comfortable experience.
What is dental anxiety?
Dental anxiety is simply defined as a fear of the dentist. Just being examined or sitting in the waiting room can make some patients anxious. Those with dental anxiety will have a sense of uneasiness when it comes to visiting the dentist, and exaggerated or unfound worry or fear. Dental phobia is a more serious form that is characterised by a severe fear or dread.