ATSICHS Brisbane Jimbelunga IYHS

Our dental services

We have dental clinics at Woolloongabba and Logan and a mobile van located at the Murri School.

Am I eligible?

To be eligible for appointments at our dental clinics you must:

We encourage kids to get their health check prior to their dental appointment. We have a dental van at the Murri School that specialises in children’s dental care. We can also see kids at our two other clinics.

If you are a non Indigenous patient with an Indigenous spouse you may be eligible for care. Please contact our dental team for further information.

What if I’m not an ATSICHS Brisbane client?

If you do not currently attend one of our ATSICHS Brisbane medical clinics, you are invited to transfer your medical records and become a regular ongoing medical patient. If you prefer not to attend one of our medical clinics, you are unable to access the dental clinics at Woolloongabba or Logan.

What are my alternatives?

Other choices for dental care are:

Access and fees

Our team

Our dental team consists of dentists, oral health therapists, dental assistants, dental technicians and a dental prosthetist.

We support the training of dental students, by providing clinical placements for final year dental students throughout the year.

Our services

Our services include:

Dental services are available at our Woolloongabba and Logan clinics.

All services are provided in the clinics and staff are supportive of visiting and participating in community days and other special events to provide information on dental care and disease prevention.


Woolloongabba Clinic

Level 1, 55 Annerley Road, Woolloongabba QLD 4102
Phone: (07) 3240 8900
Fax: (07) 3240 8993

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Our Woolloongabba clinic hours are: 

Monday 8.30am-5.00pm
Tuesday-Saturday 8.30am-4.30pm


Logan Clinic

41 Station Road, Logan Central QLD 4114
Telephone: (07) 3240 8900
Fax: (07) 3290 5689

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Our Logan clinic hours are:  
Monday 8.00am-4.30pm
Tuesday-Saturday 8.30am-4.30pm

After hours dental care

We do not provide after hours dental care. Please see your local dental hospital, private dentist or call 13HEALTH (13 432584)


Medical transport is not available for dental clients. Please make your own arrangements.

Parking is available at our Woolloongabba Dental Clinic behind the main building. Entry is via Clarence Street.

Parking is available at our Logan Clinic at the front of the shopping centre or at the train station.

Both clinics are easily accessible by public transport.

Dental emergency advice

Always seek advice if a dental emergency occurs. This includes any accident involving your teeth or mouth, toothache, swellings in your mouth and around your tooth/teeth and facial swellings. Contacting a dental professional for treatment will improve the chances of either saving the tooth or teeth and/or preventing infections becoming more serious.

If an after hours emergency occurs, attempt to seek care from the 13 HEALTH (13 432584) number for advice, your local GP, emergency after hours private dentist or the emergency department of your closest hospital.

Dental Safety and Quality

ATSICHS Brisbane dental clinics follow strict health and safety, and infection control processes developed in accordance with ISO AS/NZS ISO9001:2015, of which the organisation is certified in. More information can be found in the reception area at each of our clinics.

We use the Australian Charter of Healthcare Rights, which applies to the entire health care system and allows patients, consumers, families, carers and health care providers to have a common understanding of the rights of people receiving health care, as our foundation in determining how we work with our patients. Click here to download a copy of the Charter..

More information can be found at the following site:


ATSICHS Brisbane Dental values feedback and the opportunity for patients to let us know about their dental experience. Ask the reception staff for a feedback form or go to

ATSICHS Brisbane Dental recognises the importance of improving quality of care by responding to the needs and preferences of patients. Seeking feedback and consulting with patients and carers is an integral part of providing quality care. Considering their feedback allows us to make sound decisions about improving the way our practice operates.