Adelaide Family Dental

Financial Info

How to Pay | Health Funds

Payment Options

We accept multiple payment methods to give you the flexibility to afford the treatment you need.

  • Cash
  • Cheque
  • Visa
  • MasterCard
  • AMEX
  • Afterpay



Afterpay | Payment over 4 installments  

Afterpay allows you to enjoy your smile now and pay for it in four equal fortnightly payments. With Afterpay you can spread out the cost of your treatment interest. Visit our Afterpay page to learn more about how to register.  


Private Health Funds

Having Private Health is a great way to ensure you get regular affordable dental care. We accept a wide range of private health funds: 

  • Bupa Members First Platinum
  • HBF Member Plus Provider
  • Medibank Private Members Choice
  • HCF More for Teeth
  • CBHS Choice Network Provider
  • NIB First Choice



Dental Coverage Memberships -

We are a practice. What this means for you is that if you are part of you will have reduced treatment fees, can be used without a health fund to reduce fees up to 40% and even more if you are part of a health fund. 



Government Funded Dental

Our clinic puts your health first and takes all patients eligible for government-funded dental including; 

  • Department of Veteran Affairs
  • Child Dental Benefits Schedule government schema (CDBS)

South Australia Government Dental Schemes

  • Emergency Dental Scheme (EDS)
  • General Dental Scheme (GDS)
  • Pensioner Denture Scheme (PDS) Metropolitan Dentists


Frequently Asked Questions

We welcome patients of all ages to our clinic! We are happy to discuss your scheduling needs, so just give us a call and speak to someone from our friendly front desk staff!

We recommend that you brush your teeth at least twice daily using good technique. Our skilled oral therapists will be happy to review your technique with you and give you pointers to help you improve to get the most out of your home-care routine.

For most patients, we recommend twice-yearly visits for cleans and exams. If you are currently being treated for a particular concern, we may recommend that you visit us more often.

Coming in for regular cleanings will help keep your gums in great shape, but what you do at home matters as well. Brush twice daily and floss every evening. Our team will be happy to show you proper brushing and flossing techniques.

Other steps you can take to prevent gum disease include:

  • Don't smoke or chew tobacco.
  • Eat a healthy diet full of fresh fruits and vegetables.
  • Use an antiseptic mouthwash. We'll be happy to recommend one.
  • If you have a health condition that can affect your dental health such as diabetes, heart disease, or cancer, please let us know so that we can take extra steps to help keep your gums healthy.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.