Dentists in Melbourne CBD: Holistic Dental Collins Street

Creating beautiful natural smiles with Holistic Dental, one of Melbourne’s leading dentists committed to your overall health and well-being. Holistic Dental Melbourne should be at the top of your list of the best dental clinic for Melbourne City Central employees. Call our Melbourne Central Business District Clinic on Collins Street and book an appointment today.

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Holistic Dental Melbourne CBD
Reviewed from Google

4.4 out of 5 stars

Râēle La-lune
Râēle La-lune

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

This dentist is good because it is very thorough. It likes to check where your teeth are at to make sure they get to the bottom of everything before it gets worse. I don't understand why there are a few reviews saying they're dodgy as I have not encountered that here.
I think they're great.



Whenever we eat, chew, talk, yawn or swallow the jaw joint (temporomandibular joint, or TMJ) is activated. The TMJ is the most frequently used joint in the body and whenever it is used a myriad of muscles, nerves, ligaments and tendons are also brought into play.

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During every routine examination, we check the health of your gums. Healthy gums help prevent harmful bacteria from attacking the fibres and bones that hold your teeth in place.

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At Holistic Dental, we want to help you keep your natural teeth for life, so you can smile with confidence and not need major dental interventions. Every tooth in your mouth plays a vital role in helping you eat, chew and speak properly, as well as in maintaining the structural integrity of your mouth.

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The health of your teeth and mouth can impact the many different muscle groups that are involved when we use the jaw.

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Our approach to dentistry recognises that what’s occurring in your mouth can often be a barometer to what’s happening elsewhere in your body.

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Your ‘bite’ (the way your teeth come together when you close your mouth) is a great example of how problems with your teeth can impact other areas of your health and well-being.

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