WOODVILLE ROAD

Medical & Dental Centre

Providing you with advanced medical and dental healthcare from experienced GPs and dentists in Australia. Our holistic and patient-centred approach will help every patient feel the true meaning of healing. Get the care you deserve in our clinic in Merrylands and other suburbs, including Guildford, Chester Hill, Auburn, Granville and the wider Western Sydney Area.

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Timing Schedule

Dental & GP

8.00am – 7.00pm

9.00am – 5.00pm

Medical And Dental Services​

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Healthcare emergencies can happen any day and at any time. There’s no denying that medical bills can be taxing to handle, especially when it’s something that happened so suddenly. With Woodville Rd Medical & Dental Centre, you don’t have to worry.

Our clinic can help you lodge your claim with your worker’s compensation, ensuring you don’t have to spend out-of-pocket expenses. We also have lawyers who have high success rates for claiming worker’s compensation benefits.

For local GP services in Merrylands, NSW, Woodville Rd Medical & Dental Centre is here with our team of experienced GPs who can give you healthcare that is reliable and unparalleled. In our local GP clinic, you can find all the healthcare needs you’ve been looking for—from general medical care, men’s health, family planning, immunisations, and even travel health advice.

Having growing wisdom teeth can be uncomfortable handle for many people. They sometimes tend to be aching, painful, and uneasy to handle. If you are one who has been enduring this ache for some time now, a wisdom tooth removal can be the solution you’ve been looking for.

Kids love to eat varied lollies, making them vulnerable to getting different dental issues. When these aren’t prevented in the earliest stages, it can become worse for your child. Let our professional dentists help you and your child fight those dental issues for a future that’s filled with confident smiles and laughter.

All GP consultations are bulk billed for your convenience

About us

Woodville Road Medical & Dental Centre is the go-to healthcare clinic for anything related to general and dental health. With our clinic, we have combined the convenience of your local GP and dentist under one roof. We are located at the heart of Merrylands, NSW, but you can also visit our clinics in Parramatta, Woodville, Granville, and Guildford regions.

Medical

Men’s health

Medication management and review

Weight Loss Clinic

Mental Health Help

Medical Certificates

TeleHealth Appointments

Skin Clinic and Skin Checks

OSHC and International Visitors

Hearing Test

Implanon

Dental

Root Canal Treatment

Fillings

Extractions

Crowns & Bridges

X-rays

Cosmetic Veneers

Dentures

Teeth whitening

Dental implants

Braces

Invisalign

Other

Varicose Vein Sclerotherapy

Iron Infusion

Pre-Employment Checks

Anti-Wrinkle Treatment

Payment Plans (ZipPay)

Hospital Vouchers

Ear Syringing

Allergy Testing

Pregnancy Testing

Physiotherapy

Podiatry

Surgeon

Dietitian

Chiropractor

Child Dental Benefits Scheme

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What We Do

Warranty on all treatments

We Provide Warranty on all treatments provided you come in for your regular 6 month Check up and Clean!

$150 NO GAP Check up and Cleans 7 Days a week!

Lifetime Discount!

We offer Life Time Discounts for all loyal Patients. Ask our reception how to get up to 30% off treatment

Payment plans up to 50k

We Accept AfterPay, Zip Pay and SmileRight to help you finance the treatment you need!

10% Price beat on all treatment

With a valid treatment plan from another dentist we Provide a 10% Price Beat!

Free consultations for Veneers, Invisalign, Implants, and Braces

We Offer Gap-Free Consultations for Veneers, Invisalign, Implants and Braces

Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I visit my dentist?

Dental visits should be typically done every 6 months to maintain good oral health. A dental check-up enables our dentists to monitor your dental health and allows for early detection of many problems, meaning simpler and less expensive dental treatment.

An example is that in general, over a 6-month period, decay in a tooth has grown half a millimetre, and gum disease can have already shrunk your gum by 1.5mm. With this in mind, children, teens, and adults should visit the dentist at least twice a year.

With specific dental problem maintenance such as gum disease, you might need to visit us every 3 months until the gum stabilises.

Try using a toothpaste for sensitive teeth, like Sensodyne. Rub a little toothpaste into the sensitive area before going to bed to protect the surface.  Take at least an hour after eating before brushing your teeth, and avoid strongly acidic food and drinks.  If the pain continues, it’s best to have a consultation with our dentists.

No need to rinse your mouth after washing. Spitting out and not rinsing leaves a protective layer of fluoride on your teeth. The same principle applies to mouthwash.

X-rays help your doctor monitor any changes that could be happening in your teeth between appointments. Woodville Rd provides in-house X-rays, so you do not have to go to another X-ray clinic. We usually take an X-ray during your first consultation visit.

There can be a number of reasons why you still have bad breath. The first step you can do is to visit the dentist for a dental checkup and cleaning to remove tartar and plaque buildup. Maintain having healthy teeth and gums by brushing twice a day and flossing daily to remove bacteria. Don’t forget to brush your tongue as well.

Discoloured or yellowed teeth may be a result of poor oral hygiene. Some foods and products also contribute to it because of their staining ability, including coffee, tea, red wine, antibiotics and tobacco. If you’re concerned, reach out to our dentists today for a consultation on your approach to teeth whitening.

We recommend that children start to visit the dentist once they get their first tooth and no later than the age of one. Teaching children dental care from an early age gets them into good habits and makes it easier for them to maintain good oral health. During a dental procedure, we normally get your child to sit with their sibling or parent to make them comfortable.

Stick with a toothbrush that you get on well, regardless if it’s a manual one or electric. If you’re regularly missing areas of plaque or have poor dexterity, then an electric toothbrush may be a better choice for you. However, we find that some patients who have moved on to using an electric toothbrush tend to lose their manual dexterity when they go back to their manual toothbrush. In these cases, we recommend using an electric toothbrush in the morning and a manual toothbrush at night.

Bleeding and swollen gums are signs that you may have dental issues. This is often related to gum disease. It is one of the leading causes of tooth loss, so it’s important to act right away.

Without dental treatment, gum disease will get worse and can cause bone erosion and tooth loss – sometimes with no associated pain! Fortunately, gum disease in its early stages can be easily reversed.

Dental treatment often consists of regular scaling and root planing to remove plaque. Our dentists at Woodville Rd will show you how to improve your brushing and flossing skills too. With good dental care at home and regular visits to your dentist, your gums should soon return to normal.

We understand that unforeseen things happen that cause you to cancel your dental appointment. In this case, please let us know as soon as possible, preferably 24 hours before, so that we can reissue that appointment time to another patient.

If you do fail to give notice or don’t have a valid reason, then we may have to charge you an inconvenience fee of $50.00.

An appointment is required for your GP to issue a medical certificate for medical conditions requiring time off work. Medical certificates cannot be backdated.

Our doctors may be running late if they are delayed by urgent or complicated cases, or if earlier patients have themselves arrived late. We thank you for waiting and apologise in advance.

We offer appointments to reduce waiting times. While we strive to accommodate your preferred time and doctor, it may not always be possible. The standard appointment times take 15 minutes. If you wish to have extra time or if multiple people will be seen, please inform out receptionist.

Walk-ins are also welcome, but those with appointments and life-threatening symptoms are prioritised. Please call us to cancel any appointments you cannot attend.

The occurrence of moles is the result of cells within the skin growing in clusters rather than being spread out over the skin’s surface. These cells, known as melanocytes, are responsible for giving your skin a natural tone. Most moles develop during childhood and young adulthood and are less likely to form after the age of 25. Excessive sun exposure can result in the darkening of existing moles, particularly during the teenage years and pregnancy.

In most cases, moles are not dangerous. Signs to look for include moles that look different compared to others on your body. When a mole evolves too quickly, it’s better to get them analysed by a professional.

Other warning signs to keep an eye out for include any discharge from a mole such as blood or pus, or finding that certain moles become itchy or tender to the touch. If there are changes in existing moles’ colours, shapes or sizes, please speak with a specialist or doctor to evaluate them.

Surgical removal uses a scalpel to cut out the area of concern, causing some bleeding and requiring stitches. This may also leave a scar. In contrast, laser mole removal targets and ablates mole cells without bleeding or stitches, offering faster healing and minimal discomfort. This method is simpler, more efficient, and ideal for mole removal.

Iron infusion is a procedure where iron is delivered through IV infusion to treat iron deficiency anaemia. While dietary changes and oral supplements are common treatments, doctors may recommend iron infusions in some cases.

Your doctor will give you specific instructions for preparing for your first iron infusion treatment. Some basic things you can do to be prepared on the day of your infusion include:

  • eat your breakfast and lunch, as there is no need to fast for an iron infusion
  • take your regular medications
  • know how to call for help during your infusion in case you have an adverse reaction


Some patients may feel nervous about their iron infusion. You can help reduce anxiety by discussing the procedure with your doctor first. Our GPs are Woodville Rd can recommend ways to help you stay comfortable and relaxed during the procedure.

Iron infusions at Woodville Rd are a $200 practice fee; this fee is not covered by Medicare and is usually not reimbursed by private insurance. Injections are not yet included in the price and should be bought from the pharmacy at our clinic.

If one of our GPs has referred you for an iron infusion, you can book your session with us at Woodville Rd Medical & Dental Centre. You will be booked with both the doctor and the nurse then you will be guided through the process.

If you are being referred by another GP and you decide to do the iron infusion at our clinic, please carry along your blood test results or referral from your GP. We will verify these on our side and guide you through the process.

Yes, the GP will verify your blood test results/referrals and give you a prescription to proceed with the iron infusion.

Iron infusions usually take 30 minutes from the moment you see the nurse. You will be idle when the injections are administered.

Please book an appointment with our GP to proceed with an iron infusion if you are pregnant, as this depends on the case and the duration of the pregnancy. It is best if you are advised by the doctor to proceed or not.

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