• Cnr Clyde Street and Manukau RdEpsom, Auckland
  • (09) 529 0600Call us today!
  • Opening HoursMon - Fri: 9:00 - 18:00

Things you may want to know.

Where are we located?

On the corner of Clyde St and Manukau Rd, Epsom, Auckland.

How do I book?

You can book via the Contact Us page, the Make an Appointment section on the home page or use our phone number: 09-529 0600

Is there free parking?

Yes! 😀

Do I need to arrive early for my first appointment?

Yes. Please arrive 10-15 minutes early to fill out any patient forms.

Why should I floss, isn't brushing enough?

Flossing gets rid of the bacteria and plaque stuck between your teeth that the toothbrush can’t get to. Without flossing, plaque builds up and hardens into tartar, which only dentists can remove.

How can I prevent cavities?

Regular brushing for two to three minutes, twice a day and floss at least once a day. Avoiding sugar and food that sticks to your teeth, as well as, routine dental visits.

What are some signs I should see a dentist?
  • Sensitive teeth
  • Bleeding gums
  • Tooth aches or pains
  • Persistent bad breath or bad taste in your mouth
  • Pain or swelling in your mouth, face or neck
  • Difficulty chewing or swallowing
  • Smoking
  • You are unhappy with your smile/teeth
I'm not having any symptoms. Do I still need to see a dentist?

Yes. Regular dental visits will also help prevent problems from developing and there are dental health problems that only a dentist can diagnose.

What can I expect during a dental checkup?

You will be asked about your recent medical history and your mouth will be examined. The staff will check for gum disease, tooth decay, and plaque build-up before evaluating your overall dental health. X-rays will be taken if necessary.

How often should I visit a dentist?

At least once a year. More often if recommended by a dentist.


Nursing a sore or sensitive Tooth?

Don't wait for it to get worse. Book now and save yourself from future pain and hefty dental bills!

Oral health only gets more expensive and painful the longer you wait, so it pays to visit a dentist regularly or if you’ve noticed a persistent pain, to stay ahead of any arising issues.

Get a check-up today!