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We are the Careful & Caring Dentists near Lilydale.


We are Chinese-speaking dentists near Lilydale.
English, Cantonese, Shanghainese and Mandarin Chinese spoken.

Our clinic is 21.1 km - about 26 mins - from Lilydale 3140.

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Dental Care Today - Careful & Caring Dentists
Dr. Desmond Yiu, Dr. Michelle Ang, Dr. Sophia Jing
244 Canterbury Road, Forest Hill 3131
Tel: (03) 9894 2233, Email: smile@dentalcaretoday.com.au

Our services include Made in Australia ceramic crowns, dental implants and braces

Affordable crowns, dental implants and braces in Melbourne eastern suburbs




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Holiday dental at Forest Hill
Posted on Thursday December 18, 2014

With Christmas just around the corner, Dental Care Today, the Careful and Caring Dentists in Melbourne Eastern Suburbs, wishes all our patients a merry Christmas, a happy New Year, and a joyful holiday season.  The dentist in Forest Hill will be open throughout December and January, except for the main public holidays.  We invite you to call on the Forest Hill dental clinic for all your dentist needs this Christmas and New Year period.





Latest posts from Caring and Careful Dentistry blog:

Cobalt chrome partial denture
Posted on Thursday November 13, 2014

There are two materials commonly available for the fabrication of removable partial dentures – acrylic or cobalt chrome alloy (CoCr).  In the case of a patient with sound remaining teeth, the preferred material is CoCr.  The main advantage of CoCr is that, with a properly designed framework, the retention and support of the denture during […]

Porcelain fused to metal bridge
Posted on Thursday October 02, 2014

The patient had a history of periodontal disease and a number of excessively mobile teeth had been removed in recent months.  The periodontium of the remaining upper teeth was deemed to be compromised but stable.  In this context, we discussed with the patient the options to restore her missing teeth.  While the long-term treatment plan […]

Seven-unit monolithic zirconia bridge
Posted on Friday August 15, 2014

The patient presented with a lower partial denture replacing three lower incisors.  The adjacent teeth were heavily restored, prone to breakdown and unsightly.  The patient requested options for a fixed prosthesis, and we proposed either dental implants or a bridge.  Due to the patient’s request to complete her treatment within a tight schedule, and keeping […]

Dental implants – size comparison
Posted on Monday June 09, 2014

Patients who are interested in dental implant procedures are often anxious about the size of the implant.  Perhaps they see the over-sized educational models in the waiting room and mentally visualise enormous metallic rods being hammered into their jaws. The reality is that a dental implant is similar in size to a natural tooth root, […]

Empress porcelain veneers
Posted on Thursday May 08, 2014

Selection of materials for porcelain veneer cases should take into account the needs of aesthetics and strength.  The two readily available materials to choose from are conventional feldspathic porcelain or leucite-reinforced pressed porcelain (e.g. Empress).  Feldspathic porcelain has the highest aesthetic potential and, in the hands of a skilled dental technician, can be used to […]

1 new photo (December 11)
Posted on Friday December 12, 2014

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1 new photo (December 11)
Posted on Friday December 12, 2014

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1 new photo (December 11)
Posted on Friday December 12, 2014

Dentist Newswire

1 new photo (December 11)
Posted on Friday December 12, 2014

Dentist Newswire

1 new photo (December 11)
Posted on Friday December 12, 2014

Dentist Newswire




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Dental abscess
Posted on Monday November 10, 2014

Dental abscess cutaway

An abscess is a collection of pus that surrounds the end of the root.  It can cause severe pain and swelling.  If left untreated, the infection can worsen and affect the bone surrounding the root.  Without treatment, the tooth will have to be removed.

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Dental Care Today is based near Lilydale, an eastern suburb of Melbourne, Australia




Drive 21.1 km, 22 min

Head west on Maroondah Hwy/State Route 34 towards Main St
18.2 km
Turn left onto Springvale Rd
1.9 km
Turn right onto Canterbury Rd
Destination will be on the left
1.0 km





Walk 20.9 km, 4 h 27 min

Head west on Maroondah Hwy/State Route 34 toward Main St
17.5 km
Turn left onto Rooks Rd
Go through 1 roundabout
800 m
Turn right
400 m
Slight left towards Springvale Rd
1.2 km
Turn left onto Springvale Rd
32 m
Turn right onto Canterbury Rd
Destination will be on the left
1.0 km





Bicycle 25.0 km, 1 h 28 min

Head west on Maroondah Hwy/State Route 34 toward Main St
1.7 km
Turn left onto Mooroolbark Rd
1.7 km
Turn right onto Hull Rd
2.5 km
At the roundabout, take the 1st exit
54 m
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Cambridge Rd
31 m
Turn right towards Ervin Rd
500 m
Continue straight onto Ervin Rd
350 m
Turn right onto Timms Ave
300 m
Turn left onto Churchill Way
600 m
Turn right onto Mount Dandenong Rd
220 m
Turn left onto Trawalla Rd
450 m
Turn right towards Dorset Rd
900 m
Turn right towards Dorset Rd
200 m
Turn left onto Dorset Rd
3.2 km
Turn right onto Dandenong Creek Trail
2.1 km
Turn right to stay on Dandenong Creek Trail
450 m
Turn right to stay on Dandenong Creek Trail
3.3 km
Slight right to stay on Dandenong Creek Trail
1.3 km
Turn right onto Eastlink Trail
60 m
Turn left towards Boronia Rd
900 m
Turn left onto Boronia Rd
25 m
Turn right onto Boronia Rd/State Route 36
1.3 km
Turn left onto Boronia Rd
170 m
Boronia Rd turns slightly left and becomes Canterbury Rd
300 m
Turn left to stay on Canterbury Rd
Destination will be on the left
2.7 km

 
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