Bennett Dental Christmas Opening Hours
The Christmas countdown is on and we'd like to wish all of our wonderful patients a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Thank you to all of our loyal existing and new patients for your support this past year, we feel very privledged to look after you and your family’s dental health.
After a busy 2018, the Bennett Dental team is looking forward to a well deserved break over the Christmas period. Our last day for appointments is Christmas Eve, Monday 24th of December 2018. We will re-open on Wednesday 2nd of January 2019. During this period our phones will be unstaffed, but if you would like to make an appointment for the new year please call us during December before we shut down or call us after the 2nd during our normal business hours. We look forward to seeing you in the new year!
Call us today on 46391888 if you’d like to make an appointment.
Bennett Dental is now a Westfund preferred dental provider!
Bennett Dental has recently become a Westfund health fund dental preferred provider. We are now proudly participating in Westfund's Provider of Choice Network. This means our Westfund patients can benefit from no out of pocket costs on selected preventive dental services*, including check-ups, scales and cleans, x-rays, fluoride treatments, fissure sealants and mouthguards.
*Westfund members on Extras only or Combined Hospital and Extras policies are completely covered for selected preventative dental services up to their annual limit. Waiting periods may apply.
Bennett Dental is also a provider of choice for Teachers Union Health (TUH), BUPA and The Hospital Contribution Fund of Australia (HCF) health funds. Call us today on 0746391888 if you'd like to find out more about our preferred provider agreements with the major health funds. Don't forget to tell reception which health fund you have extras health insurance cover with.
Article from the Toowoomba Chronicle:
FORMER Fairholme College student Sophie Bennett has returned from an eye-opening trip to Cambodia where she provided vital dental care to some of the world's most vulnerable children and adults. Dr Bennett spent time in the third-world country and treated dozens of needy Cambodians who were suffering from toothaches - most of whom would not have been treated without her help.
"Some patients had been suffering from very severe toothaches for multiple years. I couldn't believe the agony they had been putting up with. Several patients hadn't been able to eat for weeks because the pain was so unbearable,” Dr Bennett said.
Dr Bennett provided dental treatment to dozens of young orphans from a local orphanage in the country's capital, Phnom Penh. The Toowoomba woman also visited schools and prisons in the provinces - an experience she will never forget.
"It was really difficult to see the poor living conditions and high level of poverty in the country because you just wanted to do more,” she said.
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