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Knox Terrace Dental

Unit 6/426 Burwood Highway
Wantirna South, VIC, 3152

Opening Hours

monday: 8:30 AM - 8:00 PM

tuesday: 8:30 AM - 8:00 PM

wednesday: 8:30 AM - 8:00 PM

thursday: 8:30 AM - 8:00 PM

friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

saturday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

For more than 30 years, we have been proud to provide the people of Wantirna south with affordable, high quality dentistry in a relaxed environment.

  • Digital X-Rays: Our  digital x-ray machines are invaluable when it comes to diagnosing potential issues with your teeth. Producing just a tenth of the radiation of conventional x-rays, the digital x-ray projects images  on an overhead monitor giving you the most efficient service possible.
  • OPG:Our digital Orthpantomograph, or OPG, is an advanced x-ray machine that gives our dentists an overall view of your jaws, teeth, and joints. It helps us diagnose diseases of your teeth and bone, and is of great use for patients who need surgical, periodontal, or implant treatment.
  • Cone Beam CT Scanner: Our Computed Tomography (CT) scanner combines a rotating x-ray machine with a computer to give us 3D imagery of your hard and soft tissues.  This is an invaluable investigative and diagnostic tool. The CT scanner’s clear images help us diagnose problems that may have otherwise required specialist referral. 3D images are also an integral part of implant planning.
  • Dental 4 Windows: Knox Terrace Dental is fully computerised with the latest dental software which allows us to better perform in areas that will further improve your appointment visits.
  • Infection Control: At Knox Terrace Dental your safety and well-being are our top most priority. We are fully equipped with the latest sterilisation machines and technology and take every precaution to ensure the highest quality infection control processes are used.
  • Digital Impression Scanning: Digital impressions are a scan of your mouth taken with an intra oral camera that obtains an accurate recording of your teeth size and shape.  These 3D records can be used to construct crowns, splints, dentures and even implant crowns to greater accuracy than those made from  the traditional  mouth moulds.