Telehealth consultations during COVID-19
Eligible members can book telehealth consultations with the Health Centre team to talk about their optical and dental concerns.
Telehealth appointment enquiries
Please note: Telehealth consultations aren’t a substitute for your regular eye exams or dental check-ups.
If you need emergency treatment, please get medical attention right away. Here are some dental and optical symptoms to watch out for, and where to go for help.
Symptoms: facial swelling, trauma or excessive bleeding. If possible, go to a dental hospital. Otherwise, head to your local emergency department.
Tips for staying healthy at home
Tips from a Teachers Health Centre optometrist on protecting your eyes and looking after glasses and contact lenses.
Using screens a lot lately? Learn how to protect your eyes from digital eye strain (also known as computer vision syndrome).
We have five state-of-the-art centres across New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia – all providing first-rate dental and eyecare services. They're open to everyone: Teachers Health members, members of other funds, even those without Extras cover.
Teachers Health members get up to two fully covered preventative dental check-ups* each calendar year at our centres. If you're with another fund, you can still use your cover and claim on-the-spot at our centres.
- oral exam
- scale, clean and polish
- fluoride and other preventative treatments
At our Surry Hills and Parramatta centres, you can also see dental specialists, including:
^ Only offered at Surry Hills centre
Time for an eye test? We use the latest technology to check your eyes* and test for a range of conditions.
Other services include
- designer frames and sunglasses
- contact lenses
- prescription sunglasses
- prescription goggles
* No Gap checks are subject to your level of cover and remaining limits.