Fees / Insurance


At Complete Smile Dental, we are preferred providers for NIB, HCF and CBHS. We also welcome all other health funds. Plus, we provide Medicare Child Dental Benefit Scheme gap free dental care for children between 2-17 years of age.


Please check Terms and Condition page: https://completesmiledental.com.au/no-gap-payment/


When deciding on what type of dental insurance you need, you will have to consider your age, current oral health status and situation in life, as well as your budget.

The-Gap-Complete-Smile-Dental-cbhsFor example, if you are a young single or couple and your oral health is good, general preventative dental cover is usually sufficient to cover your needs and prevent more serious oral health complications. However, if you have a family or are over 40, you may need to consider extras cover options for major dental work such as implants, braces and dentures. There is a higher cost involved in extras cover but in the long term, you can avoid expensive dental fees and save more money.

The-Gap-Complete-smile-dental-hcfOther factors that you should consider include out-of-pocket expenses, “no gap” options, annual limits and waiting periods.

The-Gap-Complete-Smile-Dental-nib-insurance-coverIn Complete Smile Dental, if you would like some help in deciding which health fund is suitable for you and your family from a dental perspective, then please do not hesitate to contact our practice manager. We will be more than happy to help and assist you.

The Child Dental Benefits Scheme (CDBS)

We provide CDBS gap-free dental care for children 2-17 years of age. The Child Dental Benefits Schedule is a government funded dental benefit program (through Medicare) that provides access for eligible children aged 2-17 to dental services from all public and private dental clinics in Australia. The CDBS benefit covers a range of basic dental services, including: dental examinations and cleaning, X-rays, fissure sealing, fillings, root canal treatments and extractions.

The CDBS benefit cap is $1,000, and it can be used over a two year period. This access period commences on the first day of the calendar year, when your child attends their first eligible dental visit.