Dentistry

Good dental health is an essential part of your general health, but going to see a dentist can be a difficult and even intimidating task.

Regular visits to the dentist are an important way of preventing tooth decay, gingivitis and periodontal disease, which are among the top ten secondary conditions for people living with intellectual disability that cause limitation in daily life.

The dentists at Minda's Southern Disability Support are specialists in dental care for patients with intellectual disability.

Our dentists can improve your oral health, which can help with:

  • Clearer speech
  • Prevention of pain
  • Normal digestion
  • The enjoyment of a variety of foods

The team also gives general care information and advice to help improve oral health practices, preventing decay and the need for fillings and tooth extractions.

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Create a list of services you're interested in by using the "Add to My Choices" button. Then submit the form to Disability Choices and Minda will help connect you with services.