A trip to the dentist can often blow the family budget. But a growing number of Sydney dental practices are offering a fixed-price service. On average, a trip to the dentist costs about $215. But Dental 99 is one of a growing number of practices capping the cost at $99.
Dental 99 in the news
Dr Gamer Verdian and his team have built a business model for fixed price dentistry that targets the millions of patients who avoid dental care due to cost—and in doing so, may create a path for practice growth in a post-COVID world.
- By Rob Johnson - Bite Magazine
The Dental 99 business model provides basic dental treatments at a fixed price of $99. Having partnered with one of Australia’s largest tech companies, Dental 99 has created a platform that reduces costs and operations in a way not seen in the dental space before.
- Bite Magazine
A new start-up company is poised to take a bite out of mounting dental bills with a basic service capped at $99, giving Australia a chance to raise its declining standards of oral hygiene. Dental services disruptor Dental 99 has opened two centres in Sydney offering basic services, including fillings of any size and cleaning, […]
- By Ray Chestertonin - New Economy
Plenty of Aussies want a great white smile, but time in a dentist’s chair can be expensive. As many as 30% of Australians go without regular dental care, largely due to cost. A new startup company is shaking up the dental industry with an ‘Uber model’ capping fees at $99 for basic procedures. Dental 99 […]
- Channel 7