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Dr Ross Napoli has long been working with underprivileged children in South East Asia. After many years serving the Born to Live Charity in Thailand, he continues the long tradition at Parkside Dental Clinic of providing aid to those most in need of basic medical and dental care.

There are many places which demand the skills of medical professionals like ourselves and Cambodia definitely ranks high on the list as one of these. According to the United Nations, up to 1 million children are currently under the care of institutions, charities and foster homes in Cambodia, with many more abandoned on the street and suffering from extreme poverty, malnutrition, poor parenting, dismantled or failed family structures.

Part of the¬†childrens’ suffering is dental (infection, pain, fever, poor appetite) which, in the absence of treatment, can be extremely detrimental. Many children have chronic illnesses such as Hep B, Hep C and HIV which compound their problems.
Cambodia World Family (CWF) is an organisation which provides free dental care and training to local staff in order to relieve some distress in the lives of these children and return some dignity and self-respect to both children and staff. Their local staff, together with volunteer dentists form a platform for dental treatment and provide essential nutritional and health education.


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We are a modern professional dental practice that has been providing patients with quality dentistry since being established in 1956.

Our aim is to work as a team to restore dental health with quality care and prevent future problems through continuing education.

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COVID-19 Update

Due to SA Health Lockdown Level 4 Restrictions, we will be closed until Wednesday, 28th July 2021

In case of an emergency please call:
Adelaide Dental Emergency Services
0437 733 350

Current Restrictions on Dental Practices in South Australia

Only the following dental treatments are to be managed during Level 4 Restrictions

  • Swelling of the face, neck or mouth
  • Dental trauma causing change in the position of teeth, soft tissue damage and/or significant pain
  • Significant bleeding
  • Difficulty opening the jaw and/or swallowing
  • Referral from a specialist medical practitioner for assessment or management of a patient receiving urgent medical care for medically necessary dental care
  • Dental pain causing loss of sleep
  • Ulcers persisting for 3+ weeks