COVID-19

MEDICAL AND DENTAL SERVICES
DURING COVID-19

Our team at MC Medical & MC Dental Docklands have decided to continue operating during the pandemic. 

COVID-19 Update

MC Dental Docklands will remain open and the reception will contact existing patient appointments if necessary. MC Medical will remain open via a telehealth service.

Please take note of the following- 

>Full-faced masks must be carried at all times and must be worn indoors.

> Do not visit MC Dental Docklands if you are unwell. Instead, contact reception to reschedule your appointment.

> MC Dental Docklands will continue to uphold a high standard of infection control measures.  

For new appointments and treatments, please book online or contact reception at 8608-8968. (dental) and 9988 2839 (medical)

What is new in medical?

To our medical patients,

We have launched our new telehealth service.

We offer video call consultations with:

– ability to provide clinical information ahead of time, aimed at providing higher quality and efficient consults

– option to provide written plans

– eScripts (scripts sent via SMS)

– electronic pathology and radiology referrals

– electronic referrals

If your consultation is not suitable for telehealth, your doctor can assess and advise you early in the consultation, and you will not be charged.

To book, please click on the following button below:

If you would like assistance in booking an appointment over the phone, please call: 03 9988 2839

What is new in dental?

Dental Services during COVID-19

The following treatments and procedures are available during COVID-19:

Did you know that we accept dental payment plans?

At MC Dental, we offer payment arrangements through Zip Pay and Zip Money. 

Call us on 1800-962-181 today for more details on paying your next dental bill. 

Please note that the dental department is open on public holidays and the medical department is closed on public holidays.

Dental Emergencies

We are OPEN every day and ready for urgent dental care and dental emergencies!
Our staff are highly trained in infection control and are taking extra measures to ensure the safety of patients and staff.

What is a dental emergency?

Common emergencies include:

Lost filling
A broken or fractured tooth
A loose tooth
A missing tooth
Tooth abscess
Gum abscess
Toothache
Impacted wisdom teeth
Braces or retainers that are irritating
Knocked out tooth
Injury to the jaw
Bitten tongue or lip where bleeding doesn’t stop
Objects wedged between the teeth

For more information about dental emergencies, please visit here.