Dentist Middle Park

Dentist Middle Park – A fun trip to the dentist!

OPENING August 2018!

(03) 9699 3909
104 Canterbury Rd, Middle Park

Proud member of the Australian Dental Association.

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*We offer a 5 year warranty on all of our work.


Middle Park Dental – Find us at:

Conveniently located at Level 3, 104 Canterbury Road, Middle Park, Melbourne 3206 – 1 minute walk from Middle Park Tram Stop

Next to Middle Park Hotel | Parking available on Canterbury Road | Catch the 96 tram to Middle Park, Armstrong Street.

Opening hours:

Monday to Friday:
9:30am to 7:00pm

9:30am to 2:00pm


Public holidays:

Meet the proud owners and dentists:

Dr. Julie Vo

Dr Julie VoMy goal has been to deliver my patients the best cutting edge, painless, proven dental treatments.

Opening Middle Park Dental to you has been a dream 10 years in the making since I graduated from University of Adelaide Dental School in 2005.

I can now offer you the unique, friendly and professional service I’ve always wanted to give.

I am as passionate about life and family as I am about continuing dental education. You’re in great hands, let me ensure your smile to a gift that leaves a terrific first impression.

Dr. Reginaldo DeSousa

It’s little surprise I became a dentist. It’s in my family and they clearly passed on the gene and the passion.

My dental career started half a world away at the Royal London School of Medicine and Dentistry in the United Kingdom. I graduated in 1994.

I’ve previously owned a practice on Harley Street and a large family practice in Kensington, London.

It’s been exciting developing Middle Park Dental from the ground up. I can’t wait to open the doors for you and your family and help you experience great dental care and service.

I have a dedication and zeal for cosmetic and implant dentistry.

On a personal note it’s great to watch my kids attend local schools and sports clubs in Middle Park.

Australian Dental Statistics 2015

1 in 2 | 12 year olds had tooth decay in their permanent teeth.

3 in 10 | Adults aged 25 to 44 have untreated tooth decay.

1 in 7 | Aged under 15 had a toothache in the last year.

60% | The percentage of adults who visited a dentist in the last year

Tooth decay | Major causes are the increase in sports drinks and soft drink consumption.

Dental board of Australia

Our professional dental services include:

Preventative dentistry

  • Examinations & checkups

  • Children’s dentistry

  • Mouth guards

  • Bruxism/night splints

  • Fresh breath therapy

  • Dry mouth therapy

  • Gum treatment

  • Dental x-rays

  • Oral cancer screening

Cosmetic and Reconstructive Dentistry

  • Composite fillings

  • Amalgam replacement

  • Porcelain - Crowns bridges & veneers

  • Professional teeth whitening

  • Teeth straightening with invisalign (no braces)

  • Smile makeover

  • Gummy smile treatment

  • Dental implants & Complete & partial dentures

Pain and Emergencies

  • Extractions

  • Wisdom teeth removal

  • Abscessed teeth

  • Root canal therapy

  • Trauma & sports injuries

  • Tooth recontouring

  • Cracked teeth

  • Sedation dentistry

What should you expect from your dental healthcare professional?

Your dental healthcare checklist should include:Teeth 2

  • Twice daily brushing and flossing (change your tooth brush every three months)
  • Regular dental check ups (once every 6 months)
  • Ensure your dentist uses the latest techniques and technology
  • Wearing a properly fitted mouthguard while participating in sports
  • Seek ongoing dental education about your oral health

Remember, your dental needs change as you age…

Children’s dental needs:

ChildDid you know…

Your child’s “baby teeth,” are just as important as their future adult teeth.

Baby teeth help kids chew and speak and hold space in the jaws for permanent teeth that are growing under the gums.

Ensuring your child has an early dental examination may help identify potential problems they may get in later life.

Active children may also benefit from dental fitted mouth guards particularly if they play ball sports.

Adult dental needs:

GirlAs an adult it’s important to continue to visit your dentist regularly.

Professional cleanings and checkups are essential to ensure your teeth are not developing cavities and head off other problems such as gum disease which can lead to serious problems.

Three out of every 4 Australians will suffer from gum disease at some point in their life.

90% of tooth loss is due to decay or gum disease.

Senior dental needs:

Older adultWith proper home care and regular dental checkups we aim to make your teeth last a lifetime.

In your senior years you may face challenges and issues when it comes to your oral health, even if you brush and floss regularly.

Taking medications, wearing dentures, chewing and sensitive teeth are amongst the general oral health conditions and issues many seniors face.

Luckily, we can help you meet and manage most of these challenges.

Middle Park Dental

We provide professional dental care for patients of all ages and employ the latest proven technologies and equipment to enhance your dental care to make your visit a pleasant experience.

We work hard to ensure our continuing dental education and professional excellence will bring you the best in family dentistry including preventative, restorative and cosmetic that includes everything from a check up, clean and whitening to crowns and bridges, root canal treatments and dental emergencies.

Our promise to you:

We will provide you with a first-rate treatment plan to ensure you have all the information you need including:

Step 1 – Check up, cleaning and oral health education.

Step 2 – If more work is recommended we will discuss all the options available to you and help you to make the best decision for your needs going forward.

Step 3 – Undertake required work outlined in step 2 and give helpful instructions and recommendations about your treatment.

Step 4 – Final stage of the treatment plan. We’ll follow up to ensure all is well and provide any information if follow-up visits are required.

The best treatment plan for you is one that is directed to enhancing oral health, the prevention of disease and freedom from pain and discomfort – Dentist Middle Park.

Payment options

DenticateYou can easily and conveniently make payments by:

  • Cash
  • Eftpos
  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • Amex and;
  • HiCaps (see below for details of participating health funds).

If you would like to find out more about payment options please contact us directly.

Payment options

Hicaps logo


means no more filling in health fund claim forms.

HICAPS is an electronic health fund claiming service. It provides participating health fund members the convenience of processing and claiming payments at the end of each appointment.

We are participating providers for HBF, Medibank Private, MBF, HBA, Mutual Community and other funds that are part of BUPA.

Opening hours and contact details:

Contact details:

Middle Park Dental
Level 3, 104 Canterbury Rd,
Middle Park,
Melbourne, Victoria 3206

Ph (03) 9699 3909



ABN: 72 605 673 550


Opening hours

Monday: 9:30am to 7:00pm

Tuesday: 9:30am to 7:00pm

Wednesday: 9:30am to 7:00pm

Thursday: 9:30am to 7:00pm

Friday: 9:30am to 7:00pm

Saturday: 9:30am to 2:00pm

Sunday: Closed

Dentist Middle Park

Middle Park Dental is conveniently located next to the Middle Park Hotel near the corner of Canterbury Road and Armstrong Street, Middle Park. Plenty of parking is available along Canterbury Road and Armstrong Street.

You can also easily get to your appointment on the Route 96 Tram. Jump out at the Middle Park Tram stop and cross Canterbury Road. It’s a 1 minute walk.

We respect your busy lifestyle and value your time so, we operate on extended hours for your convenience. Saturday appointments are also available on request. Emergency treatment is available for you.

Dentist Middle Park – As a dentist in Middle Park we attract patients from Melbourne CBD, Albert Park, St Kilda, St Kilda West, Port Melbourne, Prahan, Windsor, South Yarra, South Melbourne and Elwood.

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