Below is a list of the top and leading Dentists in Melbourne. To help you find the best dentists located near you in Melbourne, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
This article is updated every 3-4 months.
Melbourne’s Best Dentists:
The top rated dentists dealing with dental and oral care:
- Dr Russell McDonald – Collins Street Dental
- Dr Mary E Miller – Women in Dentistry
- Dr Julian Moore – North Melbourne Dental
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Collins Street Dental
Dr Russell McDonald graduated with honours in 1996 from the University of Queensland, where teaching standards for dentistry are world-renowned. Widely known for his friendly, gentle and caring nature, one of Dr Russell’s primary concerns is to help people maintain an optimum level of comfort during their appointments. He enjoys getting to know his patients individually, combining high-quality personalised service with the utmost professionalism.
One of the most rewarding aspects of dentistry for Dr Russell is seeing his patients happy with the results of their successful dental treatment. He likes working with the rest of the Collins Street Dental team to continuously improve patient care, staying up-to-date on the latest treatments and techniques.
Prevantative dentistry, Cosmetic surgery, Children’s dentistry, Dental implants, Root canal therapy, Extractions and Sedation dentistry.
“So far my Invisalign have been going really well. I’m up to my fourth tray and already have seen movement in my bottom teeth. And so many people don’t notice I have them in! The staff at Collins Street Dental have been amazing to deal with and readily available to answer any questions. Would highly recommend Invisalign if you’re looking for an alternative to braces.” – Kate T.
Women in Dentistry
Dr Mary Miller graduated with a Bachelor of Dental Science (First class honours) from the University of Melbourne in 1975. While there she was awarded the title of top student of the year, the William Leslie Elvins Prize for Oral Surgery and the Francis Grey Prize in Conservative Dentistry.
After graduation, Dr Miller worked in a Geelong private practice, an Essendon orthodontic practice and a general practice on Collins Street in Melbourne. She gained valuable experience, then decided it was time to open her own general dentistry practice, Women in Dentistry.
Children’s dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, dental implants and root canal treatment