Shop 1, 7-11 Garfield Rd East, Riverstone NSW 2765

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We offer – Emergency, Invisalign, Cosmetic, Children’s Dentist, Dentures, White fillings, Gum Treatment, Wisdom Teeth and more… Visit us today so we can get your dental needs looked after.

Riverstone Family Dental was founded in 2017 by Dr Zena Chakty with the vision of developing high quality and affordable family healthcare infrastructure in Sydney’s West. Riverstone Family Dental is an accredited dental practice through QIP (Quality Innovation Performance). Accreditation involves having the strictest infection control policies in place to create a safe environment for staff and patients. You can have peace of mind because accredited practices deliver excellent care for every patient.

Look no further for innovative treatment by experienced doctors. We offer a large range of dental procedures at affordable prices for all patients. This includes: Emergency, Invisalign, Cosmetic, Children’s Dentist, Dentures, White fillings, Gum Treatment, Wisdom Teeth and more..

We bulk-bill eligible children under Medicare’s CDBS (Child Dental Benefits Schedule) scheme. This means that treatment up to the value of $1000 can be covered. Call us on (02) 8678 3538 so we can check if your child is eligible.

Another service we offer is claiming on the spot using HICAPS – simply present your child’s medicare card or if you are with a private health fund, present your card to have your claims done on the spot. HICAPS is great because it accepts all healthfunds including Bupa, Medibank, CBHS, NIB, HCF, Teacher’s and many more..

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Riverstone Family Dental

Shop 1, 7-11 Garfield Rd East

Riverstone, NSW, 2765.



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