Have a great smile for Christmas

Do you want to have a great smile for this Christmas season?

Now is the time to come to you Redcliffe Dentist and have any cosmetic work you require done.

We have a great team of Dentist that thrive on making you feel great about yourself. Having a fantastic smile  improves your self esteem. Get ready for all those family photos. We now have payment plans in place so that is one less worry you have to think about. Why not give us a call today at John Street Dental and make the first step to the new you. You can contact us on 3284 4281 our friendly staff will look after you.

Payment and Care Plans Introduced

Undeniably, at dental clinics we are often faced with fear of pain. Our patients at John Street dental know that we are fantastic in taking care of pain in the mouth, and now we introducing care plans and payment plans to reduce the pain in the back pocket.

Have you ever compromised your dental treatment for financial limitations? We all know the importance of having bi-annual checkups, that a decayed tooth detected early can be a small filling rather than a root canal and crown. Both of the plans require a once only $28 start up fee and are a convenient direct debit from your nominated bank account, no credit checks required.

CARE PLAN: For a $30 per month direct debit, all of your preventative needs are taken care of. As a John Street Dental VIP, you qualify for 2x dental examinations, 2x scale and polishes, 2x fluoride treatments and 2x digital xrays. You also receive 10% off any other treatments that you might require. That can add up to massive saving over the course of the year.

PAYMENT PLAN: I know that I would much prefer to spend money that fits within my weekly budget rather than paying upfront for a large sum. If there is treatment that you have been putting off, you can pay just 20% of it upfront and organise with your dentist a weekly/fortnightly payment over a maximum of 6 months. Remember, interest free.

We trust these plans will help us to continue serving you in the best possible way. For any further information, don't hesitate to give our friendly staff a call on (07)32844281.

Meet Debbie at John Street Dental


We would like to introduce you to Debbie one of our Dental Assistant's at John Street Dental, your local Redcliffe Dentist.

Debbie has over 25 years of experience as a dental assistant and is passionate about oral health.

Debbie lives on Bribie Island and is married with two children, one grandchild and another on the way.

Deb loves watching the footy, playing sport and camping.

So why not make an appointment with us today and meet our great team at John Street Dental. You can make an appointment by calling us on 3284 4281 we are happy to hear from you.

Introducing you to our Sterilization Nurse Faketa at John Street Dental
Faketa is the Sterilization Nurse and is knowledgeable about the equipment used in the surgery. Her efforts, as well as others in the surgery, allow it to function in a smooth and professional manner. She is an approachable person who takes pleasure in cooking and baking. Faketa has brought with her a great deal of life experience. She migrated to Australia with her husband and two children 16 years ago and feels priviledged to live in a country that has affordable dental care for all people. Faketa has been working at John Street Dental for 5 years and is very enthusiatic about the surgery.
Information about oral piercings from your Redcliffe Dentist

Oral piercing has become widely popular over the past few years. They are usually done on the lip, tongue and / or cheek. However, many people arenít aware of the dental problems that can go along with it. Some problems that can result from oral piercing are:

  • Infection
  • Fractured or chipped teeth
  • Swelling
  • Pain
  • Scarring
  • Tooth loss
  • Gum damage
  • Loss of taste
  • Mouth sores

The most common dental problems caused by oral piercing are fractured teeth and infection.

Teeth can become chipped and fractured by mouth jewelry while talking, eating, chewing and even sleeping. If a tooth is fractured in the enamel, it may only need a filling. If the fracture goes deeper into the tooth, a root canal or extraction may be necessary.

Anyone considering oral piercing should talk with their Redcliffe dentist first to make sure that they are practicing good oral hygiene. Good oral hygiene and a commitment to taking care of the piercing are essential in preventing serious infections. To help avoid chipped and fractured teeth, remove the jewelry during eating and sleeping.

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