About Us


Kissing Point Dental

This very well established cosmetic, implant and general dentistry practice is operated by Dr David Osie, Dr Michael Robertson and Dr Peter Clark. We have a wealth of experience in all aspects of dentistry and pride ourselves in our commitment to excellence. This is gained from extensive journal literature research, hands on continuing education programs, attendances at local and international conferences and also from affiliated membership of the world renowned Seattle Study Club.

For your benefit we have an attractive and comfortable waiting room equipped with television and tea and coffee to order.

The treatment rooms are equipped with modern state of the art equipment enabling us to practice with the most up to date techniques.

For your comfort during treatment we offer the use of cordless headphones for Foxtel, DVD’s and choice of music.

Our Sterlisation techniques adhere strictly to all occupation health and safety guidelines.

Your wellbeing is most important to us and we promise to ensure that every effort will be made to make you comfortable at all times.

We are extremely fortunate to be supported by a fantastic team of highly trained staff members whom are both professional and personable.

Thank you for taking the time to read this web site.

Our practice

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Comfort Zone

Visiting the dentist is a very daunting experience for most of us brave enough to do it at all. A very significant percentage of the Australian population avoids going to the dentist for anything other than extreme emergencies only.

At Kissing Point Dental Group we recognize this and every effort is made to ensure your visit is as comfortable and unintimidating as possible.

We have created an environment that is welcoming, friendly and sympathetic. Be treated as a whole person with our field of expertise being the oral cavity rather than being treated as a set of teeth in gums attached to a person.