Northland Dental Group
We've created a welcoming environment that allows us to focus on what matters most - you and your comfort

The practice was established by Drs Darrel Peachey and Andrew Kikuts when the Northland Shopping Centre opened in October 1966. It changed ownership in 1985 when it was moved within the Northland Shopping Centre and was then owned and run by the partners A/Profs Ian and Neil Hewson.

 

Dr Kiril Vaskoski joined them as a partner in July 2012. More recently A/Prof Ian Hewson and A//Prof Neil Hewson have retired as partners. The NDG was relocated from the Northland Shopping Centre to the current building at 197 Southern Road in November 2006. 

Today you will find the same friendly service lead by Dr Kiril Vaskoski with enthusiam and work ethic to deliver on quality dental care.

At the Northland Dental Group our patients’ needs are placed first and foremost and so the NDG is committed to providing the very best and most appropriate dental care at reasonable fee levels. For these reasons the NDG is an independent practice and has no contract or relationship with health funds which necessarily favour their business interests. So we are not a "preferred provider" which only have such status because as they have entered into a financial agreement with a health insurance company. The only contract we wish to enter is the one with you to provide your dental care to the best of our ability 

We’ve thought about every detail of your visit so you don’t have to.

Combining the new technology, with great design and a warm friendly staff, we've created a welcoming environment that allows us to focus on what matters most - you and your comfort. We promise to strive for exceptional service and personalised approach.

 

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Your Health Information

and Our Privacy Policy

Our practice respects your right to privacy and it has systems and processes in place to ensure it complies with the Australian Privacy Principles. We realise that it is important that you understand the purpose for which we collect details about your health, as well as how this information is used at our practice and to whom this information might be disclosed. This statement is a brief summary of the practice’s privacy policy. The complete policy is available on request.
 
The policy of Northland Dental Group is to follow these procedures:
 
1. The information collected will be used for the purpose of providing health services to you. Personal information such as your name, address and health insurance details will be used for the purpose of addressing accounts to you, as well as processing payments and writing to you about any issues affecting your health care. We may collect information from third parties providing the collection of that information is necessary to provide you with health care.
 
2. We may disclose your health information to other health care professionals, or require it from them if, in our judgement, that it is necessary in the context of your treatment. In that event, disclosure of your personal details will be minimised wherever possible.
 
3. We may also use parts of your health information for research purposes, in study groups or at seminars as this may provide benefit to other patients. Should that happen, your personal identity will not be disclosed without your consent to do so.
 
4. Your medical history, treatment records, x-rays and any other material relevant to your treatment will be kept here. The practice privacy policy sets out how you can access your records or seek correction of your records.
 
5. If you choose not to provide us with information relevant to your care, we may not be able to provide a service to you, or the service we are asked to provide may not be appropriate for your needs. Importantly, if you do not provide information that may be relevant to your care or that is otherwise requested by us, you could suffer some harm or adverse outcome.
 
6. The practice privacy policy sets out how you may complain about a breach of privacy and how the practice will deal with such a complaint.
 
7. As part of its electronic records system, the practice may rely on cloud storage providers located outside Australia. The practice will ensure that any offshore transfer complies with its obligations under Australian Privacy laws.