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Kid’s Club

Our specialised Children’s dental service, for kids aged 0-17.

The Parnell Dentistry’s Kids Club will introduce good oral hygiene practices as early as possible and make your children’s visit fun and comfortable for them. 

Each examination is undertaken with our dentists, to start with we get them used to sitting in the chair and opening their mouths – so we can count their teeth! If need be we are quite happy for our VIP (very important patient) to sit on Mum, Dad, or their caregiver’s knee. We may even manage a special ride in our very clever chair. They will get their very own gift bag full of helpful information and freebies to reward them for their first visit!

Benefits to you the parent:

  • Progression of dental disease both of the teeth and gums

  • Cavities leading to tooth loss

  • Superior dental care provided in tandem with a dentist at a cost-effective rate

  • Complete access to a full range of dental care in one location

  • Oral health education is part and parcel of each visit

  • Direct communication with their caregiver will lead to improved oral health

  • Appointment times that suit you and your child. We have early morning, after school, late nights and school holiday options available

  • A full range of preventive therapies are available to ensure your child never needs a single filling

  • We take care of the reminders; your child will not get missed in our system. As childrens’ teeth develop and change so fast, (much faster than adults) we recommend most children see us twice a year for checkups

  • Less fear, greater oral health

  • More fun! Fewer fillings! Less discomfort! No early tooth loss! Prompt detection of problems, advice and timely referral to specialists should it be required.

  • Bad breath

Call us now on 09 379 0709 or book online!


Where do I start? My child has been seeing the school dental nurse? What age is best for my child to start? So, what if the baby teeth have holes or need to be taken out? They’ll still get their adult ones anyway, so why bother? How often should my child be seen? What’s a fissure seal really do? I’ve always hated going to the Dentist. Why should I put my young child through dental visits until they have to?

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