Cornubia Dental Surgery remains open during the COVID-19 crisis for emergency dental procedures only. Be assured we are following all Australian Dental Association guidelines to ensure your health is protected.

As the COVID-19 situation rapidly unfolds, we will be updating the information here. Protocol levels are changing rapidly and you should take action now based on where you fit below.

CURRENT: We are only able to see emergency clients.

Due to heightened restrictions, we are now only able to accept emergency cases. If you are currently experiencing pain, toothaches, ulcerations or tooth trauma (cracks, breaks, accidental dislodgement) — you should visit us as soon as possible for an assessment. As restrictions tighten, we (along with all dentists nationwide) may be soon forced to close and will not be able to provide any physical treatment or emergency support over an extended isolation period. It is also likely that hospitals will be at capacity. Please do not wait to contact us if you fall into this category.

We can temporarily NOT accept the following clients:

  • Due to current health restrictions, we are temporarily unable to offer routine dentistry work.

If you are experiencing any of the following — you should not visit the practice –

  • Flu like symptoms;
  • Have recently returned from overseas; or
  • Have come into close contact with anyone else experiencing either of these.

Instead, please contact us to discuss the best way forward for you.

Cornubia Dental is still open and continuing with extreme care to ensure the ongoing health and safety of both our clients and staff. We are strictly observing and conducting all precautionary measures mandated by the ADA and the Government.

We’re here for you!

If you have any questions or concerns , please contact us on 07 32877999.
We will be contacting all those who currently have appointments set and we would like to thank you for your understanding and patience as we navigate the current situation.

If you have a potentially life-threatening emergency and answer YES to any of the above, please contact your nearest emergency department or dial 000 for an ambulance and let them know you may be at risk of COVID-19.


If you have tested positive to COVID-19 or have any associated symptoms, please call your closest medical centre first, or phone the nearest hospital Emergency Department.
If you experience severe symptoms, please call 000 and advise the operator if you are in self-quarantine because of COVID-19 risk.
For more information call the Coronavirus Information line on 1800 020 080 or visit the DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH WEBSITE.

Additional Precautions

In light of COVID-19 we are actively following the advice issued by the Australian Government, and are increasing our level of already strict protocols in the following ways:
We have mandatory isolation periods: All team members returning from international travel or have been in contact with a confirmed case are to stay home for 14 days.
We are increasing our frequency of disinfection: We are cleaning and disinfecting general surfaces that people touch with their hands more frequently and our frontline employees have received
updated training to prevent the transmission of COVID-19.
We are triaging all patients before they walk in: We request all patients with a scheduled appointment to advise us prior to attending if they have any risk factors, signs or symptoms of