Carnarvon Dental Health

The Carnarvon clinic offers dental services every Thursday from 8:30am-2:30pm. There are two emergency spots available in the morning and the rest are by appointment only.

Maintaining healthy teeth, mouth and gums is important for your general health and wellbeing.

The main goal is to prevent complications to your oral health such as tooth decay (cavities and gum disease).

Good oral health practices such as brushing and flossing as well as regular visits to dental health professionals can help you prevent oral health problems and have a pain-free mouth.

Regular dental check ups are important to help keep your teeth and gums healthy. It is recommended that you visit the dentist at least every 6 months or as instructed by your dental professional.


To be eligible for dental services you must be a current clinic client with a healthcare card, pensioner concession or department of veteran’s affairs card OR be of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent.

Referrals to see the dentist

To see the Dentist you must book your appointment at the Reception.

If you are unable to see dentist on your appointment day, you must inform our reception staff beforehand. Please note if you miss your appointment your appointment has to be rescheduled to a later date.

If you are in pain, please let us know so that the registered nurse can assess your needs. If it is appropriate, the registered nurse may arrange for the Doctor to see you so we can triage your needs further. In the instance that you need to see the Dentist urgently, the Doctor will refer you to the Carnarvon hospital on the days the Dentist is not at the Carnarvon clinic.

The Doctor will only arrange the referrals and complete the necessary paperwork for you to see the Dentist at the Carnarvon Health Campus if you require either emergency care or urgent care.