We have six state-of-the-art centres across NSW, Vic and SA – all providing quality dental and eyecare services, and a range of member-only offers (more on these below).
Our centres are open to everyone: Nurses & Midwives Health members, members of other funds and people without Extras cover.
For health and safety reasons, all services are by appointment only for now. So, to avoid disappointment please book in advance.
Nurses & Midwives Health members get up to two fully covered preventative dental check-ups each calendar year at our centres (subject to your level of cover and remaining limits).
If you're with another fund, you can still use your cover and claim on-the-spot at our centres.
At our Surry Hills centre, we offer IV sedation for patients who are anxious or need major treatment.
- oral exam
- scale, clean and polish
- fluoride and other preventative treatments
At our Surry Hills and Parramatta centres, you can also see dental specialists, including:
^ Only offered at Surry Hills centre
Time for an eye test*? We use the latest technology to check your eyes and test for a range of conditions.
Other services include
- designer frames and sunglasses
- contact lenses
- prescription sunglasses
- prescription goggles
*Tests are bulk billed where Medicare provides a benefit (this generally doesn’t include contact lens consults)
Member-only eyecare offers
- 50% off optical frames1
- 25% off sunglasses and contact lenses2
- No gap frame and lens packages3
- FREE retinal photo and OCT scans4
1 Up to a maximum discount of $250 (including GST), frames must be purchased with prescription lenses
2 Up to a maximum discount of $250 (including GST)
3 No gap services subject to your level of Extras cover and available benefits
4 When you have an eye test at a Teachers Health Centre
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