Fees and Bulk Billing

Affordable Dentistry

Here at Complete Dentistry, we strive to keep everything as affordable as possible. We keep our pricing to the Australian Dental Association’s guidelines, and always explain exactly what the costs are before commencing any treatment.

We treat both DVA and eligible Medicare patients. If you don’t have any private cover, we also offer afterpay to help spread the cost.

We also offer reduced treatment fees to those patients signed up to Smile.com.au *


Under the government’s Child Dental Benefits Schedule initiative, we are bulk billing for services for basic essential dental treatment for eligible children aged 0-17 years. Services include check ups, x-rays, cleaning, fillings and extractions.

For more information, please see the Child Dental Benefits Schedule webpage.


Complete Dentistry proudly accepts DVA Gold or White Card patients. You can visit us without the need for a referral from a doctor, and can claim anything from general dental to crowns and dentures.

For more information on claiming dental services under the DVA, please visit their website by clicking here.

"Our aim at Complete Dentistry is to create an environment where you feel comfortable and relaxed, and where the service is as gentle as it is thorough and effective."

Queensland Health - Outsourcing Program

Complete Dentistry accept vouchers* when referred from Metro North Oral Health
- General Vouchers
- Emergency Vouchers
Patient must present voucher or electronic voucher number, ID and Concession card.


If you are not claiming a rebate or bulk billing, we require payment in full on the day of treatment. We accept cash, credit card, EFTPOS and afterpay.
Interest free payment options now available through GEM.
We will never proceed with a treatment without making sure you are happy with both the planned procedure and the associated cost. If you have any concerns, simply talk to a member of staff.

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Afterpay now available

Simply ask to use Afterpay as your payment method when you see our receptionist.

Health Funds Accepted

Patient Rights Policy

Within Australia, the Australian Charter of Healthcare Rights (ACHR) applies to the entire healthcare system, and it allows patients, consumers, families, carers and healthcare providers to have a common understanding of the rights of people receiving healthcare. The rights included in the ACHR relate to access, safety, respect, communication, participation, privacy and comment.


It is each individual dentist’s responsibility to warranty his or her own work. Complete Dentistry is not responsible for the warranty of the individual dentist who provides treatment. No dentist has any obligation to rectify another dentist’s work.