To our lovely patients of Perfect Dental, we wanted to share an update with you about our ongoing commitment to you, your family and loved ones throughout this challenging time.

We are open for business

Your health and well-being are our number one priority during this time. It is business as usual for us at Perfect Dental and we remain open.

We have excellent hygiene and infection control standards

Rest assured, we are following the situation very closely. As a dental practice, we already maintain extremely strict hygiene procedures and infection control. With the COVID-19 outbreak, we are increasing our standards to safeguard the health of both our team and patients.

We take our hygiene practices seriously

  • We clean and tidy the front reception between patient visits, including wiping all surfaces such as chairs, reception desk and door handles. We use a hospital grade disinfectant
  • We mop the whole clinic daily
  • We have alcohol hand sanitiser at reception for all patients to use
  • In our treatment rooms, we disinfect all surfaces between patients
  • We adhere to strict disinfection and sterilisation cleaning protocols
  • The autoclave (sterilising machine) is regularly serviced as well as tested daily
  • All instruments are sterilised (or single use) for every patient
  • Our dentists and staff are highly trained in hygiene practices and infection control
  • We wear appropriate personal protective equipment – masks, gloves, safety glasses and protective clothing
  • We wash our hands thoroughly before and after every patient

Maintaining your oral health during the coronavirus outbreak

Common dental issues such as bleeding gums, gingivitis or chronic periodontis can leave your mouth more exposed to a viral infection. Oral health plays a vital role in overall health including your immunity to fight off infection.

Maintaining oral health and therefore your overall health will allow your body to put up its best defence against any virus or infection.

Tips to avoid getting or spreading coronavirus

There are many ways you can prevent catching or spreading viruses like coronavirus in your day to day life:(1)

  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
  • Stay home when you are sick
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the rubbish
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe

Contacting us

We are providing additional support for dental emergencies and patients who are unable to visit us at this time. You can contact us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Perfect Dental will continue to follow all official guidelines and will monitor and act on the guidance of the Australian Government Department of Health and World Health Organisation.

(1) Sources: Department of Health, Australian Government