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City Smile Dental

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Hamilton Emergency Dentist - Dental Trauma and Emergency

City Smile Dental Centre are specialised in Trauma and Dental Emergency. B.D.S. (N.Z) Dental Surgeon

Dental Trauma and Emergency - City Smile Dental Centre are a complete Dental Practice, offering a personal, comfortable, quality service. As an experienced dentist we provide a personal, comfortable - full range of family dental services including Emergency Dentistry, Cosmetic Dentistry, Root Canal Therapy, Crown & Bridge Work, Removal of Wisdom Teeth, General Dentistry, Teeth Whitening, Veneers, Oral Surgery, Fillings, Inlays, Extractions, Dentures, etc.

City Smile Dental provides both 7-day emergency dental care and 7-day family general dentistry. We perform procedures as diverse as wisdom teeth surgery to simple orthodontic treatment - with the convenience of 7-day availability and late night dentistry and referred to specialist Dental Surgeons for complicated dental procedures.

Our dental clinic offers a full range of payment options, which may include payments by installments through Care Credit (GE Finance) - credit criteria apply.

We provide ACC treatment, and children under the age of 18 may qualify for fully subsidised dental treatment under the School Dental Benefits scheme.

Fully subsidized treatment for less than 12 year olds and subsidies for under 18 year olds.

For Dental Emergency, speak directly to Dentist 24/7

Same day appointments available - Free Phone: 0800 248 976
2 clinics - 487 Anglesea Street and 462 Victoria Street, Hamilton, New Zealand

http://www.citysmiledental.co.nzClick out to an external site
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kymmage   Review #7534 - Dated: 3rd of February, 2013
  Author: kymmage

I absolutely hate going to the dentist. I'm a big sook. A month or two back, I woke up in the night with an awful pain. I knew my top left wisdom tooth needed some work. But I was ignoring it, hoping it would be okay until I was back at work at least. The pain was so bad that painkillers didn't even touch it, and I ended up awake from 2am til the rest of the family appeared in the morning. While I was awake I looked into dentists in the area and came across City Smile Dental. I saw that they offered emergency appointments, but I was concerned about the cost still, so I rang at 7am and made a normal appointment.

I was really impressed that they were able to see me the same day. I was also impressed that the dentist who answered my call was not in the office. I called too early and got him at home. Still he was friendly, and he asked a few questions and had a good idea of what I needed right away. He was sure he had a space free in his day for me, even though he didn't have his appointment book with him. Later once I had organised my family so I could go to my appointment, we went to the Victoria Street clinic. The receptionist was friendly and confirmed my details with me.

The wait in the waiting room was short. I don't think I got through more than a page of my magazine. Then I went into the procedure room. Everything was clean, and I liked that they had TV shows going above your head so you could watch that rather than think about what he was doing. That is a good distraction for kids as well. The nurse was friendly and the dentist was clear with me about what I wanted to happen and what he would do. I mentioned I was afraid and he was very reassuring. The nurse asked if I wanted to hold her hand as well. I did feel a little silly. In the end the procedure (removing my wisdom tooth) was over within 10 minutes. It all happened so quickly! I was given a list of dos and don'ts for the week, and given a prescription for some medicine as well.

The best thing about the whole experience was the invoice at the end. Being on a limited budget at the time, I was really worried about it. The last time I had a wisdom tooth extracted it cost me over $300. Imagine my delight when the invoice was less than $200. As much as I hate going to the dentist, this is one place I would return to in future.

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