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Shop 1-3/82 Buckland Rd Nundah QLD 4012
with free parking available

Stress-free dentistry

Nitrous oxide, or happy gas, is a key part of our approach to making dental visits more comfortable, particularly for patients with dental anxiety.

Intra-oral camera

Our Nundah dentists employ state-of-the-art intraoral cameras, enhancing our ability to comfortably and accurately assess your oral health. This technology is crucial for early diagnosis, catching potential problems that traditional methods might miss.

Extended opening hours

To accommodate our patients’ busy lives, we offer extended opening hours, including Thursday evenings until 7:00 pm and Saturdays until 2:00 pm, ensuring you can access dental care at times that suit you best.



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High-quality treatment

Our clinic is committed to delivering high-quality dental treatments, utilising advanced techniques for optimal oral health outcomes.

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Friendly team

Experience the warmth and friendliness of our dental team, committed to providing a supportive and reassuring environment for every patient.

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Transparency

Our commitment to transparency means informing patients about all costs upfront, avoiding any surprises when your treatment concludes.

What We Offer

Discover our comprehensive selection of dental treatments, designed to cater to every aspect of your oral care.

The skilled team at our Nundah Central Dental clinic is ready to assist with all your dental requirements, from routine check-ups to full-mouth restorations and everything in between.

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About our clinic

Nundah Central Dental, a friendly practice in Queensland, strives for stress-free visits. Our experienced dentists focus on individual care, aiming for lifelong oral health. Understanding dental fears, we ensure a comforting experience. We’re excited to meet you and provide quality service for a pleasant dental journey.

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About Our Nundah Team

Our team at Nundah Central Dental Clinic is our greatest asset. Committed to ongoing training, we stay abreast of the latest dental treatments and techniques, ensuring high-quality care for our patients.

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Dr Andy Chung
(Principal Dentist)

Dr. Andy Chung, a dedicated dentist with over 16 years of clinical experience, earned his Bachelor of Dental Science degree from the University of Queensland. Fluent in both English and Mandarin, he has served diverse communities in Toowoomba, Mount Isa, and Bracken Ridge.

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Zoey Wan
(Practice Manager)

Zoey's journey in the dental field started alongside Dr. Andy Chung, where she worked as a receptionist and dental assistant for many years. Her close collaboration with Dr. Chung has not only honed her skills but also fueled her passion for improving patient care and practice management.

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Rose Sheppard
(Clinic Coordinator)

My dental journey began in 2016 when I discovered my passion for patient care. Starting with a traineeship at QLD Health, I’ve been committed to helping patients achieve and maintain their best smiles.

Hear From Our Patients

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Came here for a check up and clean, it was so nice and stress free! The staff are so lovely and make you feel so comfortable. Would definitely recommend!
Lauren

Lauren

3 weeks ago

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Had a great time! Very lovely staff and super chill environment
Bona

Bona

8 months ago

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A+ Dental Service. Friendly staff. Highly recommended

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Phill

9 months ago

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Experience the comfort of modern dentistry with our array of technological advancements designed for a more pleasant dental visit.

A Few Of The Confident Smiles We’ve Helped Create

What is a dental emergency?

A dental emergency is a significant issue concerning dental health that necessitates immediate attention. These emergencies are situations where immediate action is required to alleviate severe pain, treat infections, or prevent long-term damage to oral health. Recognising and addressing a dental emergency promptly is crucial for effective dental treatment.

Various Forms of Dental Emergencies

Common types of dental emergencies include severe toothaches, broken or fractured teeth, avulsed (knocked-out) teeth, significant bleeding of the gums, infections like abscesses, and lost or damaged dental restorations like crowns or fillings. Each situation demands urgent dental services to manage pain, treat the underlying issue, and mitigate further oral health risks.

Importance of Prompt Dental Services

Emergency dental services play a vital part in the immediate management of such conditions. Quick and appropriate dental treatment is essential for saving teeth at risk, controlling infection spread, and relieving severe discomfort. The timely intervention of dental professionals can significantly influence the outcome of dental emergencies.

What is preventive dentistry?

Preventive dentistry refers to dental care practises and procedures designed to prevent oral health issues before they start or to address them in their early stages. This approach includes regular dental examinations and professional cleanings, which are essential for detecting and mitigating potential dental problems. Dentists and hygienists provide guidance on effective oral hygiene routines, such as proper brushing and flossing techniques, and advise on lifestyle choices that affect oral health, like diet and tobacco use. Preventive measures also often incorporate fluoride treatments and dental sealants to protect teeth from decay. By prioritising preventive dentistry, individuals can significantly reduce their risk of developing cavities, gum disease, and other oral health concerns, ultimately contributing to their overall health and well-being.

What is gum disease?

Gum disease is a prevalent condition affecting the health of the gums and, in advanced stages, the jawbone. This condition is primarily triggered by the accumulation of plaque, a bacterial film that forms on teeth, leading to infection of the gum tissues.

Progression and Severity of Gum Disease

Gum disease typically progresses through two major phases:

  1. Gingivitis: The initial stage, characterised by red, swollen, and bleeding gums. At this stage, the damage is usually reversible, and professional dental care can restore gum health.
  2. Periodontitis: When gingivitis is left unaddressed, it can escalate to periodontitis. This more severe stage involves the development of pockets between the gums and teeth, leading to infection, bone loss, and eventually, tooth loss if not managed effectively.

Prevention and Management

Preventing gum disease involves maintaining diligent oral hygiene, including consistent brushing and flossing, and routine visits to dental practices for check-ups and cleanings. Advanced cases require comprehensive dental treatment plans and possibly lifestyle adjustments to manage the condition effectively.

How to improve oral health?

Adopting a Comprehensive Oral Hygiene Routine

Good oral health begins with a consistent and effective oral hygiene routine. This involves brushing at least twice a day using fluoride toothpaste and flossing daily to remove food particles and plaque from between your teeth and under the gum line. Additionally, using an antimicrobial mouthwash can help reduce bacteria and plaque activity, which causes gum disease and tooth decay.

Regular Dental Visits

Visiting a dental practice regularly, ideally every six months, is crucial for maintaining oral health. These visits allow for professional cleaning to remove tartar build-up and early detection of any potential oral health issues. Dentists and hygienists can provide personalised advice and treatment plans, forming a critical part of preventive dentistry.

Balanced Diet and Oral Health

A balanced diet plays a significant role in oral health. Foods high in sugars and starches increase the production of acids that cause tooth decay. Incorporating fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains can help protect your teeth and gums. Drinking plenty of water, especially after meals, can help wash away food particles and neutralise harmful acids.

Avoiding Harmful Habits

Smoking and excessive alcohol consumption can negatively influence oral health, leading to gum disease, tooth decay, and even oral cancer. Quitting smoking and moderating alcohol intake are vital steps in improving oral health.

Protecting Your Teeth

For those engaged in sports or prone to grinding their teeth, using mouthguards can prevent tooth damage and loss. They act as a barrier against impact, pressure, and potential injury.

Which main suburbs are your patients from? 

Our practice mainly serves patients from Nundah, Toombul, Northgate, Wavell Heights, Hendra, Kalinga, and Clayfield.

Are you connected with any corporations or organisations?

Our clinic is a proud member of the Australian Dental Association.

Note: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

Preferred Partners

TUH
Govt-Government
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Medicare CDBS
Metro North Hospital and health service
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