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Appointments

Making an appointment at Cole Dental is as simple as phoning our friendly staff

If you have a dental request, we can help. Simply call, email or submit your enquiry online via the 'Book Now' button below. Our friendly staff will respond as soon as possible and book an appointment for you.

Please be sure to phone us if you are not able to make your appointment for any reason. This allows us to make your appointment time available to another patient and keeps things flowing smoothly on the day of your appointment.

If you are a new patient visiting Cole Dental for the first time, please print out our 'New Patient and Medical History Form' below, complete the form before your appointment and remember to give your completed form to one of our staff upon your arrival. Our policies document is also available below. Should you have any specific questions please phone one of our friendly staff.

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Request an appointment

Would you like to book an appointment? Simply contact one of our helpful staff today. Convenient online bookings are coming soon.

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Patient Forms

For your convenience please fill in our New Patient and Medical History Form, print, sign and bring it along on your first visit.

Cole Dental New Patient Form and Medical history

Download and complete the New Patient Form and Medical history

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Emergencies

Toothache, lost filling, cracked or broken tooth? Do you have a dental emergency?

Call Cole Dental on 07 3205 5811 any time during our opening hours and we will strive to accommodate your emergency and offer the first available appointment.

If you, or a family member has had a tooth knocked out, be sure to try and locate the tooth.

Don’t handle it by the delicate root and resist the temptation to clean it off with water. The root membrane is delicate and is needed intact to encourage re-attachment. If the tooth is clean place it gently back in its socket immediately and apply slight pressure. If the tooth is dirty try and rinse it using milk and then place it back in its socket. Otherwise keep the tooth moist by placing it in a glass of milk or tuck it into your cheek.

Make fast tracks to the dentist. If you can be there within 30 minutes, there’s an 85% chance the tooth will survive.

Policies

Cole Dental is very careful with all patient details and will not provide your details to any third party without your consent. For full details, please read our Privacy Policy which is available for download below.

Cole Dental 2014 Privacy Policy

View our 2014 Privacy Policy

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