Oral Health & Dental Diseases


5 Facts and Myths about Preventative Dentistry

Preventative dentistry is one of the most important aspects of oral health and can help save you from tooth decay and gum disease. It involves improving poor oral health to prevent dental problems from developing in the first place. The aim is to help prevent you from...

Teeth Whitening: Is It Safe?

There’s nothing better than showing off a clean, bright smile full of white teeth. However, this sort of standard of teeth is made difficult to actually achieve by Hollywood, as many stars have porcelain veneers to achieve that ‘perfect’ smile. If you love your smile...

The Importance of Preventive Dental Care in Mona Vale

While we hopefully now approach the end of the pandemic, it is the perfect time to have your teeth checked and restore proper oral health care. Preventive dental care services help thwart damage, decay, and disease to the teeth and gums. In recent months, we've seen...

How To Take Care Of Your New Ceramic Dental Crown?

So, you've got your ceramic dental crown? If that same crown(s) now gives you more confidence to smile your way through life, showing off your pearly whites to as many people as you can, that's fantastic.  However, keeping things this way takes work. You can't simply...

How Does A Dental Crown Work?

Did you know that 89% of Australians have experienced some form of tooth decay in their lifetime? A staggering statistic for a country that enjoys one of the highest living standards in the world. Luckily, there are numerous methods and solutions for treating decayed...

Cosmetic Dentistry Trends for 2022

A smile you love goes with any outfit, and it never goes out of style. A great smile is one you love and want to show off. If you are not happy with your smile, you may be more self-conscious about smiling or even hide your teeth when smiling. Fortunately, cosmetic...

7 Advantages of Cosmetic Dentistry in 2022

What Is Cosmetic Dentistry? Cosmetic dentistry isn't just for celebrities anymore. In fact, cosmetic dental procedures have become increasingly popular and more accessible than in the past. In fact, an Australian Dental Association survey found that about 1 in 5...

How Veneers Can Help to Improve Your Smile?

The benefits of keeping proper care of your dental health can go beyond physical health. Dental veneers can help you feel more confident about your smile and solve any imperfections you wish you could erase. The more you love your smile, the more confident you will be...

7 Reasons Why You May Need To Wear Dentures

If you're missing teeth, you may be considering getting dentures. Dentures are false teeth that replace missing teeth. Dentures help to restore a patient's teeth to help them eat and speak more easily than they did with gaps. If you are bothered by the appearance of...

10 Reasons Why You May Need Your Wisdom Teeth Removed

What Are Wisdom Teeth? Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are the last four molars to develop in humans. They often begin to come through into the mouth from 18 - 25 years of age.  They're located in the back of the mouth, behind our first molars and second...


Helpful Info


Beaches Dental Mona Vale is part of HICAPS allowing us to process most health fund claims at the time of your appointment leaving only the gap for payment. We do need your card to swipe it to make the payment so make sure you have it with you at your appointment.

We also provide you with a treatment plan outlining the relevant item numbers for you to be able to check with your health fund prior to your appointment to know exactly what will be covered and what your rebate will be.

Please note – Not all health funds are covered under Hicaps (it does cover all major and most minor health funds though). In the case your health fund is not covered you will need to pay the fee in full and claim back from your health fund.


Veterans Affairs provides extensive cover for Gold and White card holders (full and partial cover) we are happy to except both at Beaches Dental Mona Vale as we appreciate the service given by the men and women of the Australian Armed Forces.

The government is allowing $1,026 (if 2022 is year one of the 2 calendar year period) of dental treatment over a two year period for eligible children through your local dentist. MEDICARE should notify you of your eligibility (based on your income for that year) but our reception staff can check for you.

Here at Beaches Dental Mona Vale we are committed to patient safety and following infection control guidelines. Our nurses are all trained in infection control and our sterilising team have 2 autoclaves with surgical tracking to make you to feel safe and confident when receiving treatment.


Please feel free to click here to download our patient information and medical history forms to fill out at home and bring to your appointment

Please feel free to click here to download and read Beaches Dental Mona Vale`s covid-19 Vaccination Policy.
mother and daughter smiling because they recently visited their Mona Vale dentist in Northern Beaches