A regular check-up with your dentist is an important part of maintaining good oral health. Prevention or early intervention is the best approach and regular check-ups will ensure that no small developments are taking place. Regular visits will also allow your dentist to clean any build up of calculus.

X-rays help the dentist to examine areas not always visible to the naked eye such as the space between the teeth. They also allow the dentist to see below the enamel surface of the teeth and help the dentist to locate areas of decay and to check bone levels surrounding the teeth. X-rays are not normally required each visit.

We offer many options, for single teeth, upper or lower arches, or both depending on which teeth you show when you smile. The Dentist will advise the best method for each patient and give instructions where necessary.

Sensitivity can be caused by many things and a consultation with the Dentist would be required to determine the cause. Depending on the cause of the sensitivity the Dentist will offer an appropriate treatment. The various treatments range from simple, non-invasive solutions to fillings.

Yes, accounts are required to be settled on the day of treatment. However, where a treatment plan requires multiple visits we like our patients to meet with our Dentists for a short consultation whereby the full treatment plan is explained and quotes for different options are provided.

There are many different mouth rinses available for different conditions, so it is best to discuss your needs with the Dentist.

We have modern autoclaves (sterilisers) and use special instrument tracking systems to ensure that all instruments have been fully sterilized prior to use on a patient.

Yes. However, depending on the specific needs of the patient we may refer the patient to a Specialist.

Yes, and they receive prize bags! We recommend that parents make their child's first appointment at around 3 years of age. However, if you have any concerns at all, it is best to consult your Dentist immediately.

Yes. Chewing dental approved gum encourages saliva production, which helps to clean teeth and neutralise mouth acids, especially after meals. However, overuse may result in excessive wear to the teeth and cause sore jaw problems.

Yes, acidic drinks are a very common cause of non-decay related loss-of-tooth structure.

Each situation must be assessed on a case by case basis by the Dentist.

Yes, however depending on the complexity of the case, we may refer the patient to a specialist Endodontist.

Yes. By making an appointment we can ensure that our patients have ample time to discuss their treatment plan with the dentist. Also having set appointment times also allows our dentists and patients to enjoy a more relaxed treatment experience.

At our Caboolture Practice, we are preferred provider with MBP, BUPA, NIB, SMILE with participating provider for HCF.

At our Stafford Practice, we are preferred provider with NIB and participating provider for HCF.

At out Griffin Practice, our preferred provider status is yet to be confirmed.

Yes, we will swipe your private health insurance card on the day of your appointment. This can be done for almost all private health insurers.

Yes. Please advise our receptionist when making your appointment if you are covered by any of these schemes.

Yes, we provide our patients with many different cosmetic dentistry options. Please contact us to make an appointment to discuss which option is most suited to your particular needs.

No, we do not insist on giving the patient a local anaesthetic injection. The patient is given the choice of whether to receive an injection or not.