• T+C’s Community Day 2019

    T+C’s Community Day 2019

    Free Dental Care Community Day 2019 The treatment we will be performing on Saturday 9th November (8am – 5pm) is emergency care to help as many people in pain as we can. The types of treatments that will be available are; Extractions – Straightforward and will not include impacted wisdom teeth Fillings – Basic but

  • Free Dental Day 2019

    Free Dental Day 2019

    This our sixth year in a row now we’ve held a Free Dental Care Day. It’s the biggest day of the year for us, all our staff volunteer their time, skills and dedication to help families in need, if we can help ease the pain before Christmas we’ll do our best. Please note this day

  • Patient Survey

    Patient Survey

     We would really appreciate it if you could please spare a couple of minutes to give us feedback about the care you’ve received at Dental On Raffles. powered by Typeform

  • Late Night Dental Care

    Late Night Dental Care

    We realise that it can be difficult at times to take time off work or you have family commitments so we are now offering late night dental services. As of 27th April we will now be open every Thursday night except week 3 of every month we will be open Wednesday night instead. Remember, we will

  • Child Dental Care for under 13’s

    Child Dental Care for under 13’s

    Recently we have had an increase in phone calls from parents/caregivers who don’t know where to take their young ones or where to register them or even who to get in touch with regarding Dental Care so we thought we’d list Hawke’s Bay Dental Therapist contact details for you all. Here at Dental On Raffles

  • Hawke’s Bay Magpies Mouthguards

    Hawke’s Bay Magpies Mouthguards

    We’ve just kitted out the entire Junior Hawkes Bay Magpies crew with mouthguards. Tell us your child’s name and sport they love to play and they will go in the draw to WIN a well-fitted not to mention very comfortable mouthguard. It surely makes a difference. Here’s to a good season for each team!  https://dentalonraffles.co.nz/concussion-and-mouthguards/

  • Tooth Decay In Children

    Tooth Decay In Children

    Did you know that Tooth Decay is the single most chronic childhood disease – five times more common than asthma. Tooth decay occurs when bacteria in the mouth make acids that eat away at the tooth. If not treated, tooth decay can cause pain, infection, and tooth loss. It can easily be prevented by brushing

  • Just pull it out…WAIT!

    Just pull it out…WAIT!

    Have you ever thought “It would be better just to pull out the tooth…”, after all  it would save time and money right?…. WRONG! Consider the consequences of missing teeth before opting for tooth extraction over ‘saving your natural tooth’.  If your natural tooth can not be saved, these consequences may may give you sound