City Smiles Dentist Melbourne CBD

If you put in exceptional skills, you can expect exceptional outcomes. This is the philosophy City Smiles operates on and our advanced technology, skilled professionals and more efficient and effective cosmetic treatments ensure better results every time.

Comprehensive health care with a smile.

City Smiles is a dental practice in the Melbourne CBD that focuses on quality, premium care, results and value. We utilise digital dentistry to continuously improve and concentrate our efforts in finding every opportunity available to introduce digital technology, new equipment and treatments into our day.

We are happy to offer our patients a FREE initial consultation so you can receive the care you need!

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Family Friendly Dentistry

Located in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, City Smiles is a thriving dental practice that focuses on quality, care, service and results. With a reputation of being the most affordable dental practice in Melbourne, we strive to ensure all our patients gain the care they need without the added stress of excessive cost. We are transparent about our treatment processes and the affiliated expenses, and will never proceed to treatment unless you are fully informed of all aspects.

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