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Sydney CBD Haymarket Dentist

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Sydney CBD Haymarket Dentist

Dentist In Sydney CBD Haymarket | Dental Clinic

Are you in need of a dentist in Haymarket? At No Gaps Dental, we provide premium coverage for every member of your family.

Our professional staff provides a wide range of services to our clients, from basic cleaning and scraping, to dental surgery, dental implants, crowns and veneers. Our team of dentists bring a practiced eye and a steady hand, and are devoted to offering top-quality, pain-free care to every patient in our chairs.

We offer a modern practice, replete with the finest equipment available. We take care to provide a service for the long-term – we want you to be smiling on the day you visit, and for each day afterwards. We are a preferred provider for Westfund and BUPA, and we bulk bill for Medicare. We also bulk bill under the Medicare Children’s Dental Health Scheme, so Sydney’s children won’t be priced out of a healthy smile.

The benefits of good dental care are numerous, and can contribute to your overall health and your own self-confidence. If you’re in need of a dentist in Haymarket, No Gaps is ready for you.

Contact us today and book your appointment.

Types of dental services offered by No Gaps Dental in Sydney

By Appointment Only

All surgery times are by appointment only. To make an appointment, please call the clinic or book online

Cancellation Policy

Whilst we recognise that occasionally appointments may have to be cancelled at short notice, we would ask that as a general rule that as much notice as possible is given, ideally 24 hours prior to your appointment. A cancellation fee of $70 may apply if you fail to do so without a valid reason.

Payment

No Gaps Dental requires full payment on the day of treatment. We accept cash, EFTPOS, Visa, MasterCard and American Express for your convenience. We do not accept personal cheques, Diners or Bartercard.


Haymarket, located in the southern end of the Sydney CBD, was home to the city’s produce markets until the 1980s, and retains much of this character today. Home to an ever-urbanising population, the area also hosts the city’s famed Capitol Theatre.