Media Archives - National Dental Care

Today National Dental Care (NDC) launches fundraising efforts to support farmers in drought.

The initiative has hundreds of dentists in over sixty locations from the city, to coast, to regional areas launching a collaborative effort to raise funds to help Australian farmers.

All funds raised will be given to the Royal Flying Doctor Service, a decision that National Dental Care representative Dr Antony Benedetto says was made because “the Flying Doctor has a 90-year tradition of helping families who are in drought-affected areas.”

You can donate at any of our practice, or by clicking here.

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We are proud to announce that National Dental Care Newstead have just opened their doors to patients in Fortitude Valley, New Farm and Newstead areas.

Conveniently located in Newstead, we’re delighted to provide our patients with the same outstanding choice, value and service as in all our other National Dental Care locations. … read more

National Dental Care, (NDC), is expanding into Western Australia following the acquisition of Perth-based DB Dental, which owns 17 dental practices across metropolitan Perth.

National Dental Care is Australia’s fastest-growing Dental Group, with over 60 practices across Western Australia, Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, the Northern Territory and South Australia. … read more

As seen in Bite Magazine December 2015

National Dental Care looked at dentistry and thought, let’s build dental practices that patients might actually want to go to! The results of that plan are starting to appear all around the country.
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As seen in Bite Magazine December 2015

National Dental Care’s radical new approach to the dental profession is encompassed in everything from the reception desk to patient communications. And it’s all about giving patients what they want.
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By Tijana Fisher, CCO
CEREC restorations have been around for 30 years. During this time, CEREC technology and clinical concepts have made enormous contribution to computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided milling (CAM), all ceramic material science and bonding science. It is due to this trailblazing technology that other, more robust, commercial systems were developed for our laboratories. This enabled us to use CAD CAM in a hybrid way, using analogue processes in the surgery and digital in the lab. … read more