Q: What are your fees like?
This is a very common question that we get asked about. Since it is impractical to list our fees for all the services we offer, we will only provide information on the most common procedures as a guide.
Fee guide*

 Reason for visit

 Normal fees

 Consultation only (item code 014)

Note: There will be additional cost if radiographs are required.


 Comprehensive oral examination (item code 011)


 Removal of calculus (item code 114)

Note: It is a requirement that a cleaning session must be carried out together with an oral examination.


 Intraoral x-ray radiograph (item code 022)


 Tooth-coloured filling (depends on whether it is a front or back tooth, and the size of the filling)

 $160 - $520

 Dental emergency visit (depends on whether it is a consultation only or including emergency treatment)

 $60 - $420

* Fees are applicable from 1st January 2018 and are subject to change without notice.


If you have Extras cover with either Medibank Private, BUPA or HCF, special rates apply. Depending on the policy that you have, there may be no out-of-pocket expenses for some treatments.

Q: How much will my private health insurance contribute to my dental bills?
The rebates payable on dental fees depend on the type of insurance policy that you have. With the many changes that have been introduced by the health funds in recent years, we can no longer tell what benefits you may be entitled to.

Q: Why does Charisma Dental not provide fee estimates for item codes provided by other dentists?
The fee comparisons are useless when our recommendations differ from the other dentist.
It is better to have a consultation visit to get a second opinion, whereby an examination can be carried out and a treatment plan proposal made with accurate fee estimates.
Q: How often should I visit my dentist
For the average person, we recommend 6-monthly checkup and clean visits. Depending on the status of your oral health on examination, we may change the recommendation to anything from 3 months to 12 months. 
The whole idea here is to help everyone to remain in the low risk group for dental problems. Generally, the risk increases the longer you delay your checkup visits.