No GAP Check-up & Clean

No Gap Payment on Check-up & Clean

For all health fund members with available dental extras cover, we offer a no gap check-up and clean. This means, you won't have any out of pocket costs.

Take advantage of your health fund

Usually health funds cover check-up and cleans every 6 months (twice a year). Please ask one of our staff members or check with your health fund to see what is included in your cover.

Unfortunately health benefits do not roll over each year. Which means you should take advantage of the yearly benefits covered during the 12 months.

No Gap Check-up & Clean

We offer a No Gap Check-up and Clean for members of ALL private health funds with available dental extras cover. You can use your health fund app, check your membership benefits online, or give your health fund a call to find out how much you have available.

The No Gap promotion applies to all our Coastal Dental Care practices.

Importance of a Check-up & Clean

Having your teeth professionally cleaned and checked is extremely important to your overall health, and can help with the prevention and detection of oral health concerns. A professional clean and checkup is designed to detect dental problems such as gum disease, as well as a host of other dental and general health problems.

How often do you need to visit the dentist?

We recommended visiting the dentist for a check-up and clean every 6 months. As well, your Coastal Dental Care dentist will discuss the appropriate dental hygiene routine with you.

Maintaining a proper oral hygiene routine, and attending regular dental visits, will help prevent dental problems. This means, you may also maintain your natural teeth for life.

Get started on your smile journey today

Give us a call or book an appointment to discuss your treatment options today

Our locations

We have over 15 Coastal Dental Care practices across Queensland and Northern New South Wales.

Find your closest practice by searching the map or by using our convenient practice locator tool below.

Our Blogs

Browse our latest blogs and stay up to date with our company news, treatments, and helpful information about dentistry

What is tooth remineralisation?

What is tooth remineralisation?...

Sep 11th, 2019

Remineralisation is a naturally occurring process which helps to...

How to tell if you have gum disease

How to tell if you have gum disease...

Aug 27th, 2019

Periodontitis or gum disease causes inflammation of the soft...

What is gum contouring?

What is gum contouring?...

Aug 19th, 2019

Gum contouring is a dental procedure which is conducted in order...