About Us

We are a dental practice with well-established roots in the Mount Lawley area. New owner, Dr James Roberts is excited to continue to serve the local community with high-quality dental care.


After 12 years working in private practices with a rigid corporate structure, Dr Roberts knew there was a better way to use his skills and experience. By working in his own practice outside of corporate dental practice, Dr Roberts can improve the smiles and lives of patients by structuring individual care plans, and by spending as much time as necessary with each patient.


The goal at Chelmsford Dental is to provide high-quality general, family and cosmetic dentistry in a well-run and friendly dental practice. Patients can feel confident that every person they interact with at Chelmsford Dental is a well-trained professional who has patients’ best interests at heart.

A Commitment to Good Dental Health

A Commitment to Good Dental Health

All dentists at Chelmsford Dental are committed to preventative dentistry, and this begins with the dental advice offered to patients. We encourage patients to work toward achieving optimal dental health by paying attention to the following:

  • Preventing dental problems
  • Good oral hygiene
  • Routine professional checkups
  • Timely repairs of dental problems
  • Make your dentist aware of anything that feels wrong

Payment Policies

Chelmsford Dental is a preferred provider for HBF and HCF. All health funds are welcome, and we welcome Medicare, DVA and MPDSS patients. All payment methods are welcome at Chelmsford Dental including Visa, Master Card, Amex. We also take payment via Afterpay and Zip Money.

Chelmsford Dental accepts all private health funds, including:

  • Medibank Private
  • Bupa
  • NIB
  • Australian Unity
  • Teachers Health
  • GMHBA
  • Defense Health
  • CBHS

The Key is Good Overall Dental Health

At Chelmsford Dental we take a patient-centred approach to dentistry. This approach includes what we feel are the most important behaviours to ensure optimal dental health:

  • Prevention – Take care of your teeth and gums and have a healthy diet.
  • Education – Learn about potential problems and their signs.
  • Practice of Good Dental Habits – Regular visits to the dentist for cleaning and check-ups. Brushing and flossing teeth twice per day.
  • Gum Care – Flossing to remove plaque and debris before problems like gum disease begin.