Welcome to Sleep Dentistry Melbourne

Melbourne's Leading Sedation Clinics


A leading state-of-the art facility that was purpose-built for sleep dentistry and caters to a large array of dental procedures for Adults and Children. The team at Sleep Dentistry Melbourne is dedicated to offering the highest level in patient care, which is part of the reason sedation and anaesthetic treatments for dental procedures are offered at our purpose-built facilities. The range of treatments offered at our clinics may help patients improve and maintain their oral health – or help enhance their smiles.

Why Choose Us?

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At our state of the art facilities for sleep dentistry in Melbourne, our experienced specialist anaesthetists use sedation and full general anaesthetic techniques using TIVA techniques (Total Intra-Venous Anaesthesia) that are not only safe, but also reliable. These techniques can be employed to assist patients remain comfortable for a range of dental procedures, and can also be used in paediatric dentistry.


The department for sleep dentistry at our Melbourne clinics is run by specialist anaesthetists who administer the anaesthetic and provide specialist medical supervision. Our anaesthetists have extensive experience in various anaesthetic techniques and IV Sedation, assisting in a broad range of adult and paediatric dentistry treatments. Having worked in some of Australia’s largest university hospitals, their additional experience in Intensive Care and airway management underlines the level of expertise and safety that can be expected at the clinic.

Frequent Questions

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I haven’t heard of sleep dentistry before. Is it new?

No. Sleep Dentistry at our Melbourne clinics involves the use of anaesthetics at a level that still allows patients to be responsive. It is used for a range of medical procedures, including endoscopies, bronchoscopies and colonoscopies. The type of medication and levels used depends entirely on the patient and their treatment. Not all clinics offer sleep dentistry in Melbourne as it is rather a specialized service requiring an extensive range of equipment, anaesthetists and trained staff. Our unique, purpose-built facility allows us to provide this service for a wide range of dental procedures.

Wouldn’t I only choose sleep dentistry for major procedures?

Although we often think of different types of anaesthesia in terms of what treatments they are best suited to, it is perhaps better to think of dental sedation as patient-specific, rather than treatment-specific. IV sedation can be used in combination with other pain and discomfort-reducing medications, depending on the nature of dental procedures being undertaken. For patients who are nervous at the prospect of relatively minor treatments, sedation can simply allow you to relax and to not remember the procedure once you’re awake. Needle phobics will be asleep and unaware of the use of any needles throughout their treatment. It can also be used in paediatric dentistry to help calm nervous or uncooperative children if deemed appropriate.