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Clish James Dr

95A–95 Morayfield Rd Caboolture QLD 4510

Greenland Dental

12/8 King St Caboolture QLD 4510

Greenland John Dr

12/8 King St Caboolture QLD 4510

Lay Pollyanna Dr

95A–95 Morayfield Rd Caboolture QLD 4510

McCloy Dental

95A–95 Morayfield Rd Caboolture QLD 4510

McCloy Karen Dr

95A–95 Morayfield Rd Caboolture QLD 4510

McCloy Russell Dr

95A–95 Morayfield Rd Caboolture QLD 4510

Ooi Sam Dr

12/8 King St Caboolture QLD 4510

Shine Orthodontics

17 Hasking St (cnr Annie St) Caboolture QLD 4510

The Dental Club Caboolture

1–21 Pettigrew St Caboolture QLD 4510

Zhao Jonathan Dr

12/8 King St Caboolture QLD 4510

Caboolture Dental Group

9 Elliott St Caboolture QLD 4510, 0.3 km away

Ewing Craig Dr

9 Elliott St Caboolture QLD 4510, 0.3 km away

French Richard Dr

9 Elliott St Caboolture QLD 4510, 0.3 km away

Hausler Nirla Dr

9 Elliott St Caboolture QLD 4510, 0.3 km away

Kerr Alan Dr

9 Elliott St Caboolture QLD 4510, 0.3 km away

Mayat Munir Dr

9 Elliott St Caboolture QLD 4510, 0.3 km away

Millis Ioanna (Yana) Dr

9 Elliott St Caboolture QLD 4510, 0.3 km away

Munns Evan Dr

9 Elliott St Caboolture QLD 4510, 0.3 km away

Raniga Atish Dr

9 Elliott St Caboolture QLD 4510, 0.3 km away

Wong Angus Dr

9 Elliott St Caboolture QLD 4510, 0.3 km away

Wood Melanie Dr

9 Elliott St Caboolture QLD 4510, 0.3 km away

Wylie Mark Dr

9 Elliott St Caboolture QLD 4510, 0.3 km away

Australia Dental

3/23–31 Progress Rd Burpengary QLD 4505, 8.2 km away

Chan Sam Dr

3/23–31 Progress Rd Burpengary QLD 4505, 8.2 km away

Forrest Jennifer Dr

3/23–31 Progress Rd Burpengary QLD 4505, 8.2 km away

Pu Terry Dr

3/23–31 Progress Rd Burpengary QLD 4505, 8.2 km away

Chien Philip Dr

4/36 Main St Narangba QLD 4504, 13.2 km away

Marty Chris Dr

4/36 Main St Narangba QLD 4504, 13.2 km away

Marty Therese Dr

4/36 Main St Narangba QLD 4504, 13.2 km away

Common questions about dentists

What is holistic dentistry?

A holistic dental practice combines traditional dentistry with natural values to provide oral health care.

What is considered a dental emergency?

Needing to save a tooth, or stopping persistent bleeding or severe pain are all reasons to call an emergency dentist.

Why is fluoride important?

Applying fluoride to teeth helps to strengthen the surface, which helps to prevent cavities.

How often should I replace my toothbrush?

You should replace your toothbrush at least a few times a year, if the bristles are frayed or you’ve had a cold, flu or other illness.

When should you start cleaning a child’s teeth?

It’s good to start a routine as soon as teeth appear. Your family dentist will be able to guide you on how to do so.

What is HICAPS?

The Health Industry Claims and Payments Scheme (HICAPS) is an electronic health fund claim system for eligible recipients.

How often should I go to the dentist?

Visiting your dentist twice a year will help maintain your oral health. It may be less or more depending on the current health of your teeth.

Is gingivitis contagious?

Bacteria can be transmitted through saliva, which can impact a person’s oral health depending on their own hygiene routine.

Why do my gums bleed when I brush my teeth?

Bleeding gums when brushing can be a sign of gingivitis. It’s best to visit your dentist to ensure you’re caring for your teeth correctly.

Do all wisdom teeth need to be removed?

It depends. Wisdom teeth may not need to be removed if they’ve grown in fully, can be easily cleaned, are healthy and in a good position.

The place to find the best dentists in Caboolture.

Caboolture dentists provide an extensive range of dental care at an affordable price. Services available include crowns, dental implants, dentures, fillings, gum treatment, mouthguard fitting, teeth straightening, cleaning, whitening, extraction, veneers and wisdom tooth removal. Patients are encouraged to have regular check-ups—usually every 6 months or so. Although teeth are difficult to break, tooth decay or injury may result in a damaged tooth requiring a crown. A crown is also known as a dental cap which is bonded to the tooth using oral cement. If a missing tooth makes you feel self-conscious or causes discomfort when you are eating meals, implants may be recommended to restore your smile. Acting as an anchor in your gums, dental implants support a prosthesis, such as a crown. Artificial teeth made of acrylic or metal are ideal for filling any gaps in your grin. Damaged or decayed teeth can be restored with fillings. Infections of the gum, known as periodontitis can be treated by your Caboolture dentist. Mouthguards offer protection when you play sport and your local dentist can ensure your mouthguard is properly fitted. Teeth can usually be saved and restored but when this is not a viable option, your dentist can perform an extraction. When you’re suffering from chipped, broken or stained teeth, veneers are sometimes recommended. When your wisdom tooth needs to be extracted, oral surgery may be performed. If you receive a Government Benefit such as Family Tax Benefit Part A, your child may be eligible for a subsidised dental visit. For more information about dentists in Caboolture check out the Localsearch online guide today.

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