Update – 29th July 2021
We regret to inform you that our clinic will be shut on Friday 30th July due to a planned power outage. Western Power is carrying out electricity maintenance in our area, and we will be without power for the whole day.
We will reopen as usual on Monday 2nd August. You can still leave us a message by ringing us on 08 93074033 or 08 94073800, or via the contact form on our website; and we will get back to you once we are back in the office.
Update – 12th July 2021
Due to the eased restrictions in Perth, wearing a mask will no longer be mandatory when visiting our clinic. However, please continue to check in via the SafeWA app or the paper-based contact register when you arrive. Remember to let us know if you are feeling unwell and we will reschedule your appointment.
Thank you to everyone and stay safe!
Good Toothbrushing Award
Our practice has a ‘Good Toothbrushing Award’ programme. Every month, Dr Pang and our clinical staff will select the patient who has the best oral hygiene and we reward them with a very special Good Toothbrushing Award. This consists of a gift voucher and your (first) name on display in the waiting room. More importantly, you will have started down the road of good oral hygiene for life. Come on, try and get your name on the monthly winner list.
Our latest winner, for June 2020 is Charlotte, May 2021 is Elley, and for April 2021 it was Gemma. The winner for March 2021 was Chloe. Congratulations Charlotte, Elley, Gemma and Chloe! Great effort, keep up the good brushing!
Waiting room at our Whitfords Clinic
Have you seen the changes to our waiting room furniture? We have decided to give the place a little bit of colour, so out with the old black waiting room chairs and in with some colourful blue, grey and white chairs. The chairs not only look better, they are also easier to wipe down and keep clean. Come in and check them out.
iTero Intraoral Scanner
Another addition to our practice is our new iTero intraoral scanner. Dr Pang and our dental therapists have started using it recently, after undergoing training and a clinical workshop on utilising it in orthodontics, specifically in relation to Invisalign treatment. The scanner is used to scan our patients’ teeth and surrounding structure instead of taking dental impressions using a ‘tray’. Our intraoral scanner has the capability to capture 3D accuracy of the entire dentition in high resolution, creating records of the hard and soft tissue. This helps Dr Pang in diagnosis and treatment planning and is an important advance in our capabilities. We are very excited about this latest bit of technology to come our way!