The RPA Dental Clinic provides a range of dental services to patients with serious medical conditions and inpatients at RPA.
Please check if you are eligible for care in the public oral health service by clicking here.
For more information on the eligibility criteria of specialist services please refer to the current NSW Health Policy.
If you have a significant medical condition and require hospital based care your medical specialist can refer you to our service. This would normally be a doctor working at RPA.
To find out what you should bring to your appointment, see what to bring.
The clinic is located at:
Level 4 QEII Building
57-59 Missenden Road
CAMPERDOWN NSW 2050
Monday to Friday 8:00AM to 4:30PM
For more transport information see the RPA website.
When you arrive for your appointment you will be asked to provide your Centrelink Concession Card and complete a medical history form. You will normally have an x-ray of your teeth carried out in the radiology department before meeting your dentist.
The dentist will talk to you and discuss reasons for your appointment and whether you have any dental problems or concerns about your appointment and find out some more information about you and your health.
The dentist will then examine your mouth and teeth and discuss with you the condition of your teeth and gums and suggest a treatment plan. They may need to order further x-rays or blood tests.
The dentist may need to discuss this treatment plan with your referring doctor or other specialists that are involved in your care before finalising it and scheduling an appointment for treatment.
You will meet our receptionist, your dentist, and dental assistant.