We have a dental clinics at Woolloongabba and Logan. Our aim is to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients in improving their oral health.
Our dental clinics can only be accessed by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients and their immediate family. We treat patients of all ages.
Are there fees?
Fees are charged for treatment. Concession card holders are charged a small fee for treatment.
There is ‘No Gap’ for patients with private health cover or DVA cards.
Treatment is free for all patients under 18 except treatment involving lab work.
Free acrylic dentures are provided to patients who hold an aged pension card.
Our team is made up of senior dentists, dentists, dental technicians (based in Woolloongabba), dental assistants and final year dental students.
We support the training of dental students, by providing clinical placements for final year dental students throughout the year.
We provide a range of treatments including:
1st Floor, 55 Annerley Road, Woolloongabba QLD 4102
Phone: (07) 3240 8922
Fax: (07) 3240 8993
Our Woolloongabba clinic hours are:
41 Station Road, Logan Central QLD 4114
Telephone: (07) 3029 6518
Fax: (07) 3290 5689
Our Logan clinic hours are:
After hours Dental Care
We do not provide after hours dental care. Please see your local dental hospital or private dentist.
Medical Transport is not available for Dental clients. Please make your own arrangements.
Parking is available at both clinics, behind the main building at Woolloongabba with entry via Clarence Street and out the front of the Logan Clinic. Public transport is close by at both clinics.
If a baby tooth is knocked out, DO NOT try to reimplant it. This can cause damage to the developing adult tooth underneath.
If an adult tooth is knocked out, pick it up by the crown (top), do not touch the root. Rinse the tooth with saliva (spit) or milk if dirty, and reimplant it immediately. Keep it steady with fingers, or wrap alfoil around the tooth and adjacent teeth to keep it in place. If you can not put the tooth back in the socket, keep it in milk, or in your mouth under your lower lip. See a dentist immediately.
Dental abscesses are pus-filled swellings caused by infection inside a tooth. It can cause facial swellings, and widespread infection which may be life threatening. See a doctor or dentist immediately. You may be prescribed antibiotics to reduce the infection, however antibiotics will not remove the source of the infection.