Unrelenting dental discomfort? Severe toothache? Terrible jaw pain? Ways our emergency dentist at Northern Beaches Dental can help

Nobody likes a toothache; especially when it stops you from eating, drinking or sleeping. When that dull ache in your tooth changes into a raging, stabbing sensation, it is time to visit our emergency dentist in Mackay.

At Northern Beaches Dental, our team of emergency dentists can help you relieve the discomfort of a dental emergency on the same day, allowing you to get on with your day! We aim to see all of our emergency patients the same day, and if we are unable to accommodate you, we will ensure you receive treatment at our other dental surgery, Walkerston Dental.

Our emergency dentist in Mackay is trained to promptly assess and diagnose the source of your discomfort and relieve it during the initial emergency check-up. Depending on the cause of the discomfort, you may be required to come back at a later date to see us again, in order to conclude your treatment.

Whatever the cause of your dental emergency, our dentist in Mackay will have you feeling better in no time!

Curious about what constitutes a dental emergency? Read on to find out more!

Pain or swelling

We have all had minor dental pain at one time or another, but when this pain seems to be never ending, and feels like stabbing, burning or pulsating, and leaves you unable to function properly, then you need to see our team as soon as you can.

Dental pain can be indicative of many conditions, but when it is combined with a sudden swelling in the mouth, it may be an abscess; this is an infection due to decay reaching the pulp of the tooth and can be extremely uncomfortable. If you suspect you have one, and are developing a fever, you must be seen the same day. Untreated, abscesses can be dangerous, but our team can stop the discomfort, treat the source and stop the infection.

Cracked tooth

Common amongst those who play sport; chipped, cracked or damaged teeth require an emergency appointment, even if they are not hurting. This is due to the likelihood of bacteria infiltrating the tooth through the crack and infecting the pulp. Nobody wants an abscess!

Lost filling or crown

Lost fillings and crowns can be an annoyance but, similar to the chipped tooth, even if you are in no discomfort, it is vital you have the filling, or the crown, replaced as soon as you are able.

A lost filling is usually the result of a long-term loose filling. Loose fillings often allow bacteria and decay to settle underneath them and, left untreated, the decay can dominate the tooth, making the job of restoring the tooth a lot harder for our dental team.

When you feel that something isn’t quite right with your teeth, call our team at Northern Beaches Dental!

Disclaimer– All procedures carry risks. You will require a meeting with one of our dentists to discuss which treatment is right for you.

Prevention is always better than cure General dentistry that our dental surgery can provide

While it may not be as glamorous as having a dental makeover, or receiving a new set of gleaming teeth, a trip to our general dentist in Mackay is the backbone of the entire dental system; without good basic dentistry, we cannot perform our striking cosmetic procedures.

Dentist in Mackay

Our dentist in Mackay provides all of the general dentistry you could ever need, and at Northern Beaches Dental in Mackay, we take as much pride in our frontline dental work as we do in all the other types of dentistry we provide.

While most people are aware that general dentistry involves a regular biannual check-up, what other procedures does our dentist in Mackay perform in the day to day running of our surgery?

Scale and polish

Typically performed by a member of our dental hygienist team, a scale and polish is considered a preventative procedure, as well as a cleaning one.

This treatment usually revolves around the removal of hardened plaque, above and below the gumline, and also allows the hygienist to remove any stubborn staining present on the surface of the teeth.

Fillings

At Northern Beaches Dental, we perform fillings daily; they are indeed a very common type of general dentistry.

Though most people know what fillings are, we are able to offer our patients a ceramic or composite filling, that is visually the same colour as your teeth and so makes them hard to spot. This will give your restored tooth a more natural look, while our dental team also remove all decay.

Root canal treatment

A somewhat unpopular (but necessary) procedure that we perform is that of a root canal.

When you have extensive decay, the decay may spread to the pulp or root of the tooth, causing a very unpleasant infection. When this occurs, we are able to remove the pulp, treat the infection and fill the tooth to prevent reoccurrence.

In simple terms, we restore your infected tooth without needing to remove it; very useful for keeping your smile intact.

Tooth removal

While no one wants to have a tooth removed, it can be necessary at times to prevent infection, discomfort and even to allow fitting of orthodontic braces.

Having teeth removed is usually performed with the injection of a numbing agent, and if your removed tooth is in a noticeable area of your mouth, we will be able to provide a temporary prosthesis, while you decide the next step towards filling the gap.

Remember, all of our more extravagant types of dentistry, such as cosmetic procedures, can only be performed in a mouth that ticks all the boxes for having good health. Regular check-ups, fillings or root canals keep your mouth in the best shape to minimise pain, promote functionality and to look great.

If you need a basic dental check-up, call our team at Northern Beaches today!

Disclaimer– All procedures carry risks. You will require a meeting with one of our dentists to discuss which treatment is right for you.

Do you want a straighter smile? With Invisalign, our dentist can help you achieve your dream smile!

Everyone wants a straight, ice white, healthy smile, regardless of what it may take to get one.

But when, as an adult, our dentist in Mackay  mentions braces, perhaps you instantly change your mind and decide that you can probably tolerate your slightly crooked teeth? After all, as an adult, you have to appear more professional, and orthodontic braces can really impact on your appearance.

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Our dentist in Mackay is aware that orthodontic treatments can seem daunting to people, but as dentistry has advanced, so has the variety of aligners and braces we can now offer our patients.

At Northern Beaches Dental in Mackay, we are proud to be able to offer our patients advanced orthodontic and cosmetic treatments, combined into the popular and famous Invisalign aligner.

But what makes the Invisalign aligner so special? Our dentist in Mackay has been told by our patientsof the many benefits that this treatment has to offer, so we have compiled a list of the advantages of Invisalign.

Comfortable

The Invisalign aligner is without doubt, an extremely comfortable brace. It is custom fitted to slip over your teeth and as your teeth move throughout treatment, you will be able to move on to a different aligner to complete the next stage of treatment.

As it is not made of metal, and is flexible, it sits snugly in your mouth and does not cause discomfort from rubbing against your braces or tongue. Many patients are able to sleep with their aligner in without issue.

Discreet

The aligner is made from a clear, flexible plastic, making it a very discreet way to straighten your teeth.

It is in the family of ‘invisible braces’, meaning that, unless your friends and family are looking extremely hard at your teeth, they are unlikely to spot it! Perfect!

Removable

Although you will have to wear the aligner for up to 22 hours a day to gain the full benefit, it is removable.

This allows you to carry on with your regular dental routine, allows you to eat certain foods, without fear of them becoming stuck in your teeth, and even allows you to take them out during a dental check-up.

Predictable

The Invisalign system is combined with computer technology, in order to explore the simplest way to rearrange your teeth.

You will be fully aware of these movements before your treatment begins, and will have a better idea of how each stage of the treatment will look, eliminating any unexpected results.

Fast

The Invisalign aligner has an average treatment time of around 12 months, with some patients requiring less time than this.

This is an incredibly fast turnaround when compared to other orthodontic aligners in the market, meaning you can have more time to show off your gleaming, straight new smile.

Disclaimer– All procedures carry risks. You will require a meeting with one of our dentists to discuss which treatment is right for you.

Need a new dentist near Mackay? 5 reasons to visit our dental practice at Northern Beaches Dental in Mackay today!

Whether you are new to the area or are simply looking for a new dental practice, it may seem that every dentist in Mackay is similar.  If you only visit your local surgery for a bi-annual check up, and are blessed with perfect teeth, then it may not seem relevant which dental surgery you choose, but if you are looking for a bit more from your dental surgery, the join Northern Beaches Dental!

Dentist in Mackay

At Northern Beaches Dental, our dentist in Mackay strives to provide you with a friendly, family oriented atmosphere, equipped with the latest dental technology, while also being able to offer an array of dental procedures.

Whether you want a general check-up, a filling or even dental implants, our team at Northern Beaches Dental can provide all of this, and more, to you and your family, all under one roof!

If you are still unsure, here is our list of top 5 reasons you should visit Northern Beaches today!

Technology

Our dentist in Mackay is continually investing in the latest equipment, to give you and your family the most comfortable dental experience.

Our team are continuously undertaking additional training, to ensure that we are kept up to date with the most recent dental techniques and practices, meaning that when you sit down in our dental chair, you will receive the highest standard of care.

Comfort

We know that many people do not particularly enjoy dental check-ups, which is why we have specifically invested to provide you with the most pleasant experience possible.

In each of our surgeries, we have installed an overhead television, to allow a pleasant distraction from the procedure you are undertaking. We are also fully equipped to help those with poor mobility, or those with a restricted range of movement, to undertake all dental procedures in the highest level of comfort.

Family orientated

We actively encourage families to use our practice, and provide specific services for younger dental patients. We help children of all ages feel good about having their check-ups, and always aim to provide a compassionate atmosphere.

If your child is worried about their upcoming check-up, simply let us know beforehand and we will aim to make them more comfortable.

Advanced cosmetic options

Cosmetic dentistry is booming, and at Northern Beaches, we can offer you everything from dental veneers, Invisalign, to dental implants. If you want to give your smile a makeover, we can help you.

Nervous patients

For those patients who are less than enthusiastic about their dental trip, we can offer you a general anaesthetic at our neighbouring hospital, the Mater Hospital.

We want to make your visit as stress free as possible, so simply tell us what procedures or steps you want us to take to make you feel more comfortable.

Disclaimer– All procedures carry risks. You will require a meeting with one of our dentists to discuss which treatment is right for you.

Want to have some missing teeth replaced? Let our dentist restore your smile with dental implants

Nobody likes having missing teeth; they can reduce the functionality of your bite and can cause embarrassment when you smile.  Missing teeth can stop you from eating the food you want to eat. Traditionally, restorative dentistry involved good old-fashioned dentures to help improve the bite, while also filling the gaps. But many people found they were not particularly well suited to dentures and sought something a bit more permanent.

Dentist in Mackay

Today, our dentist in Mackay can offer all suitable patients the more permanent and stable option of dental implants, which combines all of the cosmetic benefits of filling those gaps in your smile while having a stronger, immovable bite.

When you come to Northern Beaches Dental in Mackay, we can help you gain the smile you have always wanted with the fitting of customised dental implants, while ensuring your bite is as strong as ever!

But what are the other benefits of letting our dentist in Mackay fit dental implants?

Long lasting

While some dental practices will claim that their own brand of implants last forever, our dentist in Mackay believes in being honest with our patients.

It is true that if they are well looked after by yourself and your dental practitioners, then your implants may last upwards of 20 years, which is a very long time. However, they may not last forever, and at some point you may need to have them replaced or restored.

Jaw regeneration

When we lose a tooth or teeth, the jawbone underneath recedes back, as it has nothing to support anymore and thus loses its function.

This can be problematic if you have any natural surrounding teeth; the receded jaw can make your surrounding teeth unstable, causing them to wobble, move or even fall out. As implants are fitted into your jaw, they stimulate bone growth and offer more stability in your mouth.

Confidence

Your implants will be colour matched, shape matched, and length matched to any surrounding natural teeth you have, giving you a very natural looking smile.

Also, as they are immovable, you don’t have to worry about them falling out or coming loose, and you can even eat any food you desire without worry.

Lifestyle friendly

As mentioned previously, dental implants enable you to eat foods you may have once avoided, but they are also remarkably durable.

Your implants are extremely strong and can handle almost any hard impacts you throw at them! (For legal reasons, we do not recommend throwing hard things at your dental implants!)

Easy maintenance

Dental implants do require care, but as long as you visit your dental team biannually, and don’t mind trips to the hygienist, maintaining your new implants is as easy as looking after natural teeth.

Just brush, floss and rinse and you are good to go!

Disclaimer– All procedures carry risks. You will require a meeting with one of our dentists to discuss which treatment is right for you.

Want to get your children familiar with trips to the dentist? How our dental team can help children become happier in the dental chair

We all know how important preventive dentistry is to keep our children’s teeth healthy. But when your child is a bit more nervous about their upcoming dental check-up, or has had a prior bad experience, this can make it harder to convince them that they need to see a dentist regularly.

Dentist in Mackay

At Northern Beaches Dental in Mackay, we know that with dentistry, prevention is always better than cure, and we aim to make your child’s first dental experience with us as pleasant as possible; the more fun they have, the healthier their mouth will be throughout their adult life.

Our dentist in Mackay can offer your children a range of basic dental procedures, while also aiming to make the overall experience as enjoyable as possible.

So, how can our dentist in Mackay help your child maintain good oral health throughout their life?

Check-ups

While very few children actually enjoy the idea of seeing a dentist in Mackay (let’s be honest, adults don’t either), it is important as a fundamental building block of good oral hygiene.

It is also key to ensuring that your child, or children, do not develop a more avoidant attitude towards the dentist as the years progress, and teaches them that oral health and dental trips are just as important as trips to the doctor and the optician.

Our dental team are happy to talk your child through the dental procedure they are having and will try at all times to make them feel as comfortable as possible.

Fissure sealants

A somewhat unheard-of treatment outside of dental circles is that of fissure sealants for children.

When your child has lost their last baby tooth, it is time to get their adult teeth examined by a member of our team. This is to check that the teeth are coming through with the correct alignment and also offers the opportunity for one of our team to apply a fissure sealant.

Newly emerged teeth contain lots of crevices; perfect locations for plaque to accumulate and potentially cause decay. Our team will apply this sealant over these crevices, to smooth the overall surface and make it harder for bacteria to build up.

Orthodontics

Are your child’s teeth a bit crooked?

Our team can help by offering them either traditional braces or other forms of realignment treatments such as Invisalign.

While it may seem unpleasant for them to have to wear braces, straighter teeth and jaws are less prone to abnormal spacing, which can be harder to brush and keep clean. While you may not feel popular insisting that they wear the brace, they will thank you in the long run!

So, whether your child is new to dentistry or just needs a check-up, bring them to Northern Beaches Dental today!

Disclaimer– All procedures carry risks. You will require a meeting with one of our dentists to discuss which treatment is right for you.

Enhance your appearance with cosmetic dentistry

Do you smile often and easily? People who then meet you for the first time probably think that you are an easy-going and friendly person. Or do you try to hide your grin because you are ashamed of your less-than-perfect teeth? If you form part of the latter group, you might find that strangers tend to gain the wrong impression of you, which might make it challenging for you in social interactions.

Dentist in Mackay

Cosmetic dental treatments can change your quality of life emotionally, socially and in terms of having more confidence.

Whether you want to re-adjust a few problematic teeth or remove unsightly stains, our cosmetic dentist in Mackay is here to help. Our team at Northern Beaches Dental offer various transformative procedures in a friendly, welcoming and non-judgemental environment.

Chat with us

Whether you want to straighten your teeth or reshape your gums for a pleasing smile, changing your appearance is not something you should take lightly.

Before making any decisions, first come and have a chat with our expert dentist in Mackay. Everyone has a unique mouth and set of teeth; specific treatments might yield more desirable results in some patients than others.  By having a chat to us, we can better understand your overall needs.

Not only will they answer your questions and address your concerns, our friendly dentists will  inform you as to whether the treatment you are considering is the right one for you. We have many options available, and we’ll take the time to explain each solution to ensure you are comfortable and confident that any proposed treatment is right for you.

Should I consider braces even if my teeth are only slightly crooked?

Your minor misalignment might not seem like a big deal right now, but it could worsen over time, thus making it harder to clean your teeth adequately. What does this mean for your mouth? That your dental health is at risk against harmful, disease-causing germs and bacteria.

At the same time, irregular teeth or a bad bite can affect your self-esteem and confidence.

There are several orthodontic treatments available to you that we are happy to walk you through to make sure you understand the pros and cons of each.

We are a recognised Australian Invisalign provider, and cannot stress enough the benefits of this straightening aid. The Australian public loves Invisalign for its invisible appearance and for the fact that the device is removable. Invisalign straightens and corrects malocclusions, without the downfalls of having metal permanently affixed to your teeth. With Invisalign you can even take the aligner out to eat.

Gum reshaping

We hear people regularly complaining about a gummy smile. Do you want to show more teeth when you say cheese? With gum shaping, you can!

Using our skills and advanced technology, we can contour your gums by repositioning your gum line and exposing the parts of your teeth that are currently hidden.

Orthodontic work and reshaping gums are just two of the cosmetic treatments we offer.  Contact our dentist in Mackay if you want to learn more about teeth whitening, veneers, and more!

All treatment carries risks. Individual consultation is required with one of our practitioners to ensure that the treatment is right for you.

Are you looking for a reputable dentist in Queensland that you can trust? We have your needs covered

From the moment the first teeth show, seeing the dentist in Mackay for biannual visits becomes a recommended part of life.

Dentist in Mackay

We all need to visit to see our local dentist in Mackay from infancy to senior adulthood because our teeth play such a large part in day-to-day life. So why not find a dental practitioner who provides quality work in a friendly, attentive environment?

From preventive dentistry to cosmetic dentistry (e.g. straightening and replacing teeth), our dental team at Northern Beach Dental offer numerous treatments that can improve your oral health and your quality of life.

You can learn more about our dental offerings and have your questions answered in the article below.

How often should I see the dentist in Mackay and what does a check-up entail?

For healthy teeth and gums, it is recommended that you come and see us twice a year. This is because by not seeing your oral health provider frequently,  it can result in significant and often preventable mouth problems if not detected early.

If no significant issues are detected, a check-up is usually no more than a thorough examination of your mouth, followed by a routine cleaning to remove plaque.

The check up appointment is normally two-part and typically involves seeing the dentist and an oral hygienist. Our dentist conducts the examination, which includes taking X-rays to check for cavities and other irregularities, while our hygienist cleans your teeth by removing tartar using ultrasonic scalers while also polishing your teeth, leaving them feeling really clean.

When should I start taking my children to the dentist?

You should bring your child in to see us as soon as their first teeth start showing. By doing this you’ll also introduce your child to going to the dentist as being a normal, and non-scary, part of life. By visiting the dentist at an early age this will help your child learn how to practice good hygiene from a young age

From what age can braces be worn?

Children as young as ten can wear braces.  We’ll need to do checks to make sure braces are suitable for your child.  This includes checking that their teeth or jaw is cause them serious dental issues to warrant braces and they are emotionally mature enough for braces, which is not an insignificant experience to endure.

People of all ages, young and old, are considering straightening their teeth. There are now a wide variety of orthodontic devices from which to choose that come in all shapes and sizes and include near-invisible options. Chat to our orthodontist about your needs and possible treatment options.

What is the best method of tooth restoration?

Dentures and bridges have been around a long time.  However, dental implants typically provide the best results depending on the circumstances.

Implant surgery is a groundbreaking procedure that replaces the missing tooth or teeth by using an implant as the new tooth root and securing a crown or denture to it.  The implant then functions much-like a natural root would.

What steps are usually taken in a dental emergency?

We check your mouth to assess the damage, followed by a series of X-rays. We numb your pain with topical anaesthetic and disinfect any affected areas.

We might have to perform an emergency root canal if the pulp of your tooth is infected. By removing the pulp, we can potentially save the tooth.

In more severe cases, if the tooth is beyond salvaging, we might be forced to extract your tooth.

Seeing the dentist in Mackay is recommended if you have any concerns, pain or issues with you your mouth.. Come and see us today if you are experiencing a dental issue, are due for your next check-up or want to enhance your appearance with straighter or whiter teeth.

All treatment carries risks. Individual consultation is required with one of our practitioners to ensure that the treatment is right for you.

How do I keep my mouth healthy, clean and germ-free?

One of the worst parts of a dentist’s job is treating severe conditions that we know could have been prevented. Seeing patients with rotten teeth or who suffer from advanced periodontitis serves as a reminder to us that when it comes to cleaning their teeth, most of us fail to adhere to prioritise our oral health or do not know how to properly look after our smiles.

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Dental care is so accessible in this day and age that there are few reasons why more people should not be sporting perfectly white teeth and have a beautiful smile. Even the best care of professionals is not enough to maintain oral health; you have to optimise your self-care in order to help keep your mouth healthy.

Do you want to take responsibility for the condition of your teeth? Knowledge is power – learn tips and techniques from our dentist in Mackay that will leave your pearly whites sparkly clean.

Is there a right way to brush my teeth?

In a nutshell, yes.

Brushing for two to three minutes twice a day is the time it takes to help keep your teeth clean and germ-free. Despite this not being an awfully long time period, studies have shown that adults do not brush for anywhere near that amount of time. Using a stopwatch is a fantastic way of ensuring you brush for the required time.

Whilst the time taken is important, you should also use the correct method to ensure you spend less time reclined in a dentist’s chair.

Brush your teeth using short back-and-forth strokes. Remember to brush the inner, outer and chewing side of your tooth.

Also remember to brush your gums, tongue and the roof of your tongue. Be gentle while brushing your gums, and position your brush at a 45-degree angle to remove germs in those hard-to-reach spaces.

People see flossing as optional, which is incorrect. People who brush their teeth but do not floss are still vulnerable to gum disease and tooth decay. Why? Because germs accumulate in spaces where your toothbrush cannot reach.

The toothpaste you use is essential

There are several brands of toothpaste designed to treat all types of dental conditions, such as gingivitis, sensitive teeth and fluorosis.

Ask our dentist in Mackay for a recommendation if you are not sure which toothpaste is right for you.

If you have relatively healthy teeth and gums, then any fluoridated toothpaste is generally fine as long as it’s fluoridated. Fluoride is the key ingredient of any toothpaste. It is an essential mineral found in nature that strengthens your tooth enamel, thus helping to combat harmful germs.

The toothbrush you use matters

We recommend that all our patients use soft-bristled, small-headed toothbrushes that are gentle on teeth and gums and which can also remove grit and debris in those tiny space in your mouth.

An electric toothbrush is a great option if you have arthritis or limited manual dexterity in your hands.

Change your toothbrush every three months

If your toothbrush’s bristles look old and worn then it’s time to replace it. Worn-out bristles do little to keep your teeth clean.

You should also replace your brush with a new one if you have recently been sick and you may re-infect yourself if you keep on using it.

It is up to you to keep your teeth healthy! Aside from self-care, be sure to see our dentist in Mackay for a check-up every six months.

All treatment carries risks. Individual consultation is required with one of our practitioners to ensure that the treatment is right for you.

Replace your missing teeth with dental implants at our dentist in Mackay

Losing teeth can be terrifying and affect many aspects of life. If you need to replace your missing teeth or stabilise your faulty dentures, then you should consider dental implants.

Dentist in Mackay

Implants typically have a very high success rate and have greater benefits of restoring lost teeth than other traditional options.

We’d love to help improve your quality of life with implants, and we only use the highest medical grade titanium implants on the market.

 How are implants administered?

Our implant dentists at Northern Beaches Dental prepare you for surgery by administering anaesthetic to block any pain in the affected area.

Once the medication has taken effect, we drill a small hole beneath your tissue and securely embed the small titanium implant into your jawbone.

The implant site then takes (typically) a couple of months to heal, during which time a biological process called osseointegration starts to take place. Osseointegration refers to the successful integration of bone and implant; the result of the body identifying the compounds contained in the implant as another type of tissue, and not a foreign object in need of rejecting. 

Once fully recovered, our dentist in Mackay seals the top part of the implant with an abutment that is used to connect it to an artificial crown or set of dentures.

The artificial crown is a custom-designed crown that closely resembles your old tooth in colour, size and height. It is held in place by the new root of the tooth: your implant.

Are implants expensive?

Implants will cost you more than dentures or bridges, but the quality of the product combined with their advantages help to outweigh the initial expense.

Your implants are designed to last you a long time (typically a lifetime), meaning you will not have to replace them every five or so years, like you would with alternative restorations.

Implants help you to enjoy eating what you like without worrying about how certain foods affect your mouth.  Having implants also means that other simple tasks that may have been challenging using your previous devices can now be performed with ease.

Implants can also prevent the embarrassment of an unstable denture slipping out of place as implants can be used to secure dentures in place meaning they will no longer slip.

Other benefits of implants include the feel of your tooth; an implant crown feels like any other ordinary tooth in your mouth and not an external device. Aslo, the prosthesis looks like a real, natural tooth. The same cannot be said for other devices that sometimes look unnatural.

Can anyone get dental implants at the dentist in Mackay

Certain health complications might prevent osseointegration from taking place, resulting in unsuccessful implantation.  We will do a check to make sure you are suitable for implants.

One requirement is that you must have enough bone in your jaw. If you lack bone, do not worry as bone grafts can be undertaken if necessary.  Bone grafts are a separate process used to transfer bone from another part of the body to restore your jaw. This procedure allows patients who would not otherwise be candidates for implants to have implants eventually placed.

To be viable for implants, you must also have clean and healthy gums. Issues such as gingivitis will need to be treated before you are deemed suitable for the implant procedure.

As you can see, there are many potential benefits to dental implants. Chat to our dentist in Mackay about the life-changing procedure. All treatment carries risks. Individual consultation is required with one of our practitioners to ensure that the treatment is right for you.

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Northern Beaches Dental
Mackay GP Super Clinic 1-3 Old Eimeo Road, Rural View, Mackay, QLD 4740
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