Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

Emergencies & Teleconsultations Available

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Who are we

The team at Bicton and Cockburn Paediatric Dentistry are dedicated to providing Specialist Paediatric Dental Treatment for infants, children and adolescents. Our specialists and staff are committed to ensuring your child is treated with care in a friendly environment while delivering high quality dental treatment.

Our Services

We are passionate about giving your child the best chance of having healthy teeth for life. Our specialist services include:

  • Preventive Care
  • Fillings / Crowns
  • Digital Radiography
  • Nitrous Oxide Sedation / General Anaesthesia
  • Children with Special Needs
  • Emergency Care
  • Sports Dentistry
  • Infant Care
  • Child Dental Benefit Scheme
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Your Initial Consultation

It is understandable that some children are anxious so we establish trust with your child by creating a safe and happy place for them. We pride ourselves in creating a positive First Visit experience.

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Meet the team

Our registered Specialist Paediatric Dentists take pride in providing the highest standard of quality dental treatment for children.

Helpful Reading

Teleconsultations Now Available

From Monday 30 March 2020, a paediatric dentist will be available Monday to Friday to help answer questions you have on your child’s dental health via teleconsultation.  For after hour …

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COVID-19 Update 30 March2020

The Federal Branch of the Australian Dental Association has placed Level 3 restrictions on dental practices to best meet the interest of the Australian community whilst keeping dentists and staff …

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Teeth Emergency at Perth Children’s Hospital

In an article written in the West Australian Newspaper on Tuesday 18 February 2020, the Child and Adolescent Health Service Chief, Aresh Anwar stated that tooth extraction has been the …

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Have you got your mouthguard?

Sporting accidents are one of the most common causes of dental injury in children.  These dental injuries may include fractured, displaced or knocked out teeth and broken jaws.  Wearing a …

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