Check-up & Clean

$38.25 Check-up & Clean with Afterpay

For all patients with no health fund, we offer a $38.25 Check-up & Clean over 4 payments with Afterpay. Total cost of $153.

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Check-up & Clean with Afterpay

At Coastal Dental Care we offer a $38.25 check-up & clean over 4 instalments with Afterpay. This includes check-up, scale, polish, fluoride and x-rays. This means, whether you are an existing or new patient you can redeem this offer.

If you’re with a health fund and you have available dental extras cover, we offer a no gap check-up and clean. This means, no matter which health fund you are with, you won’t be out of pocket if we are not preferred provider for your fund.

Payment plans at Coastal Dental Care


About Afterpay

Afterpay allows you to split your payment in four fortnightly interest-free payments. For example, if you decide to pay for your $153 Check-up and clean with Afterpay, you will make 4 instalments of $38.25.

To sign up, you can download the Afterpay app on your phone or sign up online. Before you come in for treatment, you can check your spend limit in the Afterpay app. After your treatment, you use the app to generate a barcode for our front desk staff to scan. Instantly, Afterpay will debit your first instalment from your chosen bank card. In the app, you can see your payment schedule for the remaining three payments.

Afterpay Summary

Why do I need regular a check-up & clean?

Having your teeth professionally cleaned and checked is extremely important to your overall health. This is because, regular dental visits can help with the prevention and detection of oral health concerns.

A professional check-up and clean is designed to detect dental problems such as gum disease, decay as well as a host of other dental and general health problems.

How often should I visit the dentist?

It is generally recommended to visit your dental professional for a clean at 6-month intervals. When you visit a Coastal Dental Care practice your dentist will discuss your regular dental hygiene routine and the frequency of dental cleans required.

If you follow the appropriate at-home oral hygiene routine and visit the dentist regularly, you will have a greater chance of preventing dental problems. This in turn, will help you maintain your natural teeth for life.

How long does a check-up and clean take?

For patients who visit the dentist often, a check-up and clean usually takes between 20 and 30 minutes. However, depending your teeth’s condition, and whether x-rays are needed, treatment can take up to an hour.

If you are concerned about your at home oral hygiene routine, your dentist can help to provide recommendations. Some suggestions might be brushing and flossing technique, nutrition or diet.

Does the dentist need my medical history?

If you are visiting a new dentist or it is your first dental visit, they will need your medical history. One example of where a patients’ medical history is extremely important is if the patient has a history of gum disease. This way, the dentist can provide solutions for your case.

It is also good practice to keep your dentist up to date with any medications you are taking. As some prescriptions can affect the environment within our mouths and make us more susceptible to dental problems.

Get started on your smile journey today

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We have over 11 Coastal Dental Care practices across Queensland and Northern New South Wales.

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