Melbourne dentists with a difference

Welcome to d-spa, Melbourne's first dental spa. We have three convenient locations in Melbourne CBD and South Yarra.

Our modern dental clinics combine state-of-the-art technology with caring, compassionate staff and soothing, spa-like surroundings. We want patients of all ages to have a positive and memorable experience when they visit us, so we can help you to maintain the highest standard of oral health.

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A patient-first approach

All three of our Melbourne clinics combine the technology and expertise of a dentist's office with the comforts of a serene spa. We want to help you have a dental experience that’s comfortable, convenient, and even relaxing.

Our warm and friendly staff will guide you through every step of your dental journey. We always strive to make sure you have the information you need to make informed choices about treatments, and we're always happy to answer any questions you have.

Find out more about our teams at:

2 Collins St

Phone

(03) 9650 0870

Address

Alcaston House
3/2 Collins Street
Melbourne
Victoria 3000

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538 Collins St

Phone

(03) 9090 1515

Address

538 Collins Street
Melbourne
Victoria 3000

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South Yarra

Phone

(03) 9826 6700

Address

3/210 Toorak Road
South Yarra
Victoria 3141

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Our treatments

The experienced dentists and hygienists at d-spa can provide a wide range of dental services, from regular oral health assessments and preventive dentistry to restorative and cosmetic treatments.

We'll explain what to expect and discuss any costs or risks involved with your treatment during your consultation. Our treatments include:

We also offer after-hours services if you have a dental emergency and need urgent advice or assistance.

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If it's been over 6 months since your last dental check-up or you want to talk to our friendly team about the dental treatments we offer, contact your local d-spa clinic today.

Call us on (03) 9650 0870 or get in touch online.

* Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding with a surgical or invasive procedure, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

Have you had a dental emergency?

If you have a dental emergency—either severe pain requiring root canal (also known as endondontic treatment) or a lost tooth—call our surgery straight away and we’ll do our best to find a time to see you.

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