Bellarine Community Health Dental Service is based in a state of the art facility at our Point Lonsdale site. A professional team of dentists, oral health therapists and dental assistants are committed to providing the best dental care using the latest techniques.
BCH Dental Service can provide general and emergency dental care for both public and private patients.
Public Dental Care
Eligible patients of all ages are able to access treatment through the public dental program.
The following people are eligible:
• All children under the age of 13
• Young people aged 13-17 years who are health care or pensioner concession card holders or dependents of concession card holders.
• Adults aged 18 years and over who are health care or pensioner concession card holders or dependents of concession card holders.
This is a public dental program. Different fees and eligibility apply to different age groups. See Fees & Charges to find out more.
Children aged up to 17 years with no concession card may still be entitled to receive free dental care through the Child Dental Benefits Schedule.
For more information click here.
Appointments - Phone 5258 0828 for all dental appointments.
Priority Access - Children and young people and pregnant women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, refugees and asylum seekers and registered clients of mental health and disability services have priority access to dental care.
For more information on Child Dental Services click here.
For more information on Dental Services for Youth click here.
For more information on Adult Dental Services click here.
Private Dental Care
Bellarine Community Health Private Dental Services offer emergency dental care as well as full range of general dental services to private patients.
Dr. Dieu Huynh has been passionately helping his patients achieve healthy smiles throughout Australia for over 25 years.
He takes great pride in ensuring his patients are comfortable throughout the appointment, informed of the treatment options available and satisfied with the service he provides.
Dr. Huynh along with Bellarine Community Health firmly believe that quality affordable dental care should be accessible to all.
Dr. Huynh practices all aspects of general dentistry including:
Prevention and Maintenance
Replace missing teeth - implants, crowns, bridges & dentures
Fluoride and Fissure sealants
Dr. Huynh regularly attends international symposiums and courses to be able to offer his patients the very latest in conservative treatment choices.
Areas of particular interest to Dr. Huynh include aesthetic dentistry, replacing missing teeth with implants and the removal of impacted wisdom teeth.
The private service is available on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 8.30am to 5.00pm.
All private health funds are supported for immediate claiming at the time of your appointment.
All private dental appointments can be made on 5258 0828.
Autism Spectrum Disorder - Pilot Dental Project
Bellarine Community Health is launching a pilot dental project for people with a formal diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
The trial will provide a personalised dental service for patients with Autism, as well as providing autism training for the dental team at Point Lonsdale.
The service will be available to anyone with a ASD diagnosis. There is no age or location restriction.
The project will run from the BCH Dental Clinic at Point Lonsdale.
BCH is inviting families/carers with 'lived experience of autism' to complete an online 10 minute survey to help the project team design the best possible ASD dental service.
Click here to complete the survey.
ASD Dental Community
BCH has established a special online community forum for more information about the ASD dental service with blogs and discussions.
To join the community you need to create an account through the sign in button on the BCH home page. Once you have an account, log back into the BCH website, sign in, and then you can join the ASD Dental Project Community on the Communities Page.
Click here to go to the homepage.
The new ASD dental service with commence in July 2019 and run until December 2019. The project is being developed in partnership with the Department of Health and Human Services.