Diem Dental: treatment with a smile
For many, there’s often a sense of trepidation involved during a trip to the dentists.
Questions circling your mind; what will they do? Is it going to hurt? How much is it going cost?
Old wives’ tales or horror stories from a bygone era are a habitual cause for these fears, but with industry-leading professionals like Dr Chau Nguyen, owner and head dentist at East Melbourne’s Diem Dental, those anxieties are met with a calming reassurance you’re in the best hands possible.
Picturesquely located in the heart of Melbourne’s medical precinct at 392 Albert St, opposite both Fitzroy Gardens and St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dr Nguyen told Inner City News that through her clinic and her many associated specialists, clients of Diem Dental had access to nation leading dental care.
“We have put a lot of work in to make sure the environment our clients are greeted with is as welcoming as it can be,” Dr Nguyen said. “Coming to the dentist can be a nervous experience, so to be greeted with friendly staff, a relaxed setting and state-of-the-art facilities is incredibly important for us.”
“We offer pretty much everything you need, and if there is something we can’t do, we are spoilt with specialists around the medical precinct who we can refer you to.”
Dr Nguyen and her team of three clinicians are committed to ensuring their clients are confident and happy to visit their team regularly to improve and maintain dental health, aesthetics and complete dental care, through the use of the best and scientifically proven materials and techniques.
Diem Dental specialises in general and preventative dentistry, orthodontics, cosmetics, fillings, crowns and bridges, root canals, implants, extractions, children’s dentistry, veneers and 24/7 emergency dentistry.
Dr Ngyuen, who has more than 25 years of experience in dentistry, welcomes clients of all ages ranging from small children to the elderly, with clients often travelling from across Melbourne or Victoria to visit her clinic.
“Our clientele is quite varied. We have a lot of local workers and residents who refer their families through word-of-mouth,” Dr Nguyen said. “As we are so central, it is a convenient location for our clients who come from all over Melbourne and Victoria.”
“There is still a level of anxiety and fear in the public when comes to visiting dentists. It is getting less and less, and I find most of it comes from the older generation that have had bad experiences and have those stay with them.”
“Health has become more of a focus over the past two years more than anything. We saw people’s attitude shift and put all aspects of their health at the forefront.” •
For more information: diem.com.au