We are open 6 days a week.
Please call our team to arrange a time or use our online form:
105 Beach Street
Port Melbourne, Victoria 3207
Monday – Friday 8.30am – 6pm
Saturdays 8.30am – 3pm (Fortnightly)
Late Nights – Wednesdays & Thursdays
To help with payment processing, we provide facilities to instantly claim from ALL private health funds through the HICAPS service.
(03) 9044 0777
73 Keys Rd – Moorabbin
- Located 10 minutes from the CBD, South Melbourne and Albert Park
- Next to Beacon Cove IGA Supermarket and Medical Clinics
- Plenty of free parking available on Beach St
- Close to the light rail station Tram No. 109 and Bay St, Port Melbourne
- Enjoy the seaside cafes and restaurants in the local area
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The Beacon Cove Dental Group is located near the waterfront in Beacon Cove, Port Melbourne – behind the Beacon Cove IGA Foodstore, and just a few doors down from Rex Hunt’s Delish Fish.
Our dental surgery overlooks the bay of South Melbourne, just a short stroll from the beach, cafes, five star restaurants, medical centre, food-store, Bay street Port Melbourne, gymnasium and health club, light rail tramway station direct to the city and Station Pier, a central port for cruise ships and passenger ferries, including the Spirit of Tasmania.
Our surgery is conveniently located close to the 109 Light Rail / Tram Stop in Beacon Cove, and there is ample parking on Beach Street and adjoining residential streets.
Dealing with Emergencies
Please contact our team immediately if you need emergency treatment, we will help you on the phone and do our best to see you on the same day.
If your need is out of hours please see the following notes which may help:
A very persistent toothache is always a sign that you need to see your dentist as soon as practicable.
In the meantime:
- try to obtain relief by rinsing the mouth with water;
- try to clean out debris from any obvious cavities;
- use dental floss to remove any food that might be trapped within the cavity (especially between the teeth);
- if swelling is present, place a cold compress to the outside of the cheek;
- take pain relief if necessary
Knocked out tooth:
If a tooth is knocked out, time is critical for successful replanting:
- Try and get to your dentist within 30 minutes
- If the tooth is dirty, rinse the tooth in milk holding it by the crown (not roots).
- If milk is not available, rinse the tooth in water for a few seconds only, or have patient suck it clean,
- If possible put the tooth back in the socket.
- If the tooth cannot be replanted, wrap in cling wrap or place it in milk or in the patient’s mouth inside the cheek.
You should go to your dentist as soon as practicable after breaking a tooth.
- Try to clean debris from the injured area with warm water.
- If caused by a blow, place a cold compress on the face next to the injured tooth to minimize swelling.
- Try to find all the bits that are missing and bring them to your dentist, keeping them moist.
- Some broken bits can be bonded back onto the teeth almost invisibly.