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Coronovirus update - we are now on Level 3 Restrictions which means patients can only access emergency dental treatments

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Hi, it’s Michael Filosi here from Fullarton Park Dental.

We just wanted to give our patients a bit of an update on the current state of play.

We’re still seeing emergency patients.

So if you have a severe toothache or a dental problem which is significantly affecting your sleep or your quality of life, please give us a call.

We’re happy to help and we’re still here and available.

Unfortunately, the restrictions in place mean that we can’t see any non-urgent or non-super painful problems at the moment.

So routine, your hygiene cleans, examinations, as important as they are, by law at the moment, we actually can’t be doing those.

But fingers crossed, we’re hopeful that the restrictions will be lifted sometime soon but we’ve just got to follow the instructions that we’ve been given and go from there.

I hope you’re all staying safe and enjoying life and enjoying this last bit of sunshine and things

We’ve been busy here.

Andrew’s got, I’ll try and give you a look, a new chair which is pretty cool.

So here’s the green machine which is nice.

So yeah, all going well here.

We’ve still been busy concentrating on providing the best level of care that we can.

The more we can do to keep getting better at what we do.

We’ve all still been busy little bunnies here.

Even though when the patient flow has been reduced, we’ve still been here working hard and working on the care that we provide and how do we make sure that we continue to be the best dental practice in Adelaide for our patients and the community.

Yeah, if you’ve got any questions, please touch base, leave a comment below.

Anything else we can do to help you, please let us know.

Otherwise, stay safe and talk to you soon.

Okay, bye.

Hello to our Fullarton Park Dental Family,

We would love to check in with you all, and update you on our current Government guidelines and what this means for you and your dental care.

During this COVID-19 epidemic, Australian Government restrictions have been put on dental surgeries to only treat emergency patients.

But what does this include?

Emergency dental treatment is classed as anything that is causing pain or discomfort to the point that it is actively impacting every day life, or it is likely to become life-threatening within the next 4-6 months (we know it is hard to assess, so we are more than happy to discuss it with you on the

To help you decide whether you are eligible to receive treatment we have included some examples of emergency situations:

  • Facial swelling
  • Dental trauma
  • Uncontrolled bleeding
  • Broken filling or tooth that is causing pain or damage to the tongue or cheeks
  • Pain that is keeping you awake at night or impacting your ability to eat
  • Treatment that has been recommended by your doctor
  • Loss of a crown
  • If you fit into any of these categories, or would like to have a chat about what we can do to help you, give us a call on 8272 5271.

    Make sure you continue to monitor your emails as it is the easiest way to keep you updated through these continually changing times.

    There also might be the opportunity for phone/video consults in the future.

    Best wishes in these trying times,
    The Fullarton Park Dental Team


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