Sydney Dental Hospital offers a special oral health nutrition service for patients.
A healthy diet is very important for general and dental health. Dental problems may be partly caused by food choices and eating habits. Sometimes dental treatment can affect your ability to eat a wide range of foods.
The Dietitian can help you to identify dietary risks and provide the most up to date information about good nutrition for health. Advice will be tailored to meet your needs.
Please check if you are eligible to use the nutrition service in the public oral health service by clicking here.
For more information on the eligibility criteria of our services please refer to the current NSW Health Policy.
Your Dentist or Oral Health Therapist may recommend an appointment with the Dietitian
You can request an appointment with the Dietitian at the clinic you attend.
The Dentist or Oral Health Therapist will complete a referral form.
The receptionist will then book an appointment for you to attend this service.
You do not need to bring anything to this appointment.
To plan your journey to the clinic click here to find the best way of getting here.
The dietitian office is located on the 2nd floor of Sydney Dental Hospital.
You will meet with the dietitian who will explain how food and eating habits are related to dental risk. You will have an opportunity to discuss your food choices and any concerns or issues that are associated with diet and health.
The dietitian will offer personal advice and suggestions to meet your needs.
Useful information and resources are also provided.
How long will the appointment take?
30- 40 minutes
What if I cannot attend the appointment?
Please call the number provided as soon as possible, but at least 24 hours before the appointment. (02) 9293 3230
You will meet your Dietitian.