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Dental Flossophy – Dentist Sherwood, Graceville, Chelmer, Indooroopilly, Tennyson, Graceville, Spanish, Corinda Dental

Welcome to Dental Flossophy

Welcome to Dental Flossophy, situated in the western suburbs of Brisbane.

We are an established dental practice that has a brand new premises with onsite carparking. We have tried to maintain old world charm in a comfortable homely setting while providing the latest in technologies to ensure you and your family’s optimum dental health.

Not only that,  but we are fortunate to be a Members First Providers for BUPAMembers Choice Providers for Medibank Private and an HCF More for Teeth provider.

We want your teeth need to last a lifetime. We know that maintaining dental health is more than just a smiling face. Even though your teeth may appear in good shape, regular checkups are always essential. Our focused preventative approach can assist in aiding against future teeth and gum problems, detect irregularities early and we can work with you to achieve the look you desire.

We want to make you feel at “home” and comfortable, and be reassured that our commitment to infection control and services is constantly up to date. Have a tour of our place now.

  • We would like to inform you that Dental Flossophy will be closed from the 24th December to the 2nd January for the Christmas period. We wish you a very special time with your family, watching all the little ones smile with the magic that this time brings. Be safe!

    December 12

  • Dental Flossophy updated their cover photo.

    December 08

  • The Australia Dental Association have announced that the Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS) will still be in operation in 2017! That is great news! Please call us to see if your children are entitled to the $1000 worth of dental treatment.

    December 08

  • Dental Flossophy added 2 new photos.

    Not really a great thing to advertise from our team, but this were the great looking (and tasting) cup cakes made by a staff member for a staff's birthday... Thought you'd like to see her creativity!

    October 27

  • First day of a 2 day professional development course in Brisbane for the whole team. Excited about what we are going to learn... If you need an appointment, please call and leave a message and we'll get back to you at the breaks...sorry about the inconvenience.

    October 20

  • Thank you to all the dentists and our new hygienist at Dental Flossophy for taking part in our training night. The information passed around was a great learning experience. Looking forward to Dr Mayra's and Deirdre's (our hygienist) presentation at the next meeting.

    October 08

  • This is a good informative read.. A lot of what is said here is what we commonly discuss at Dental Flossophy.. Please share to help your friends improve their cleaning routine.

    July 23

  • Broken tooth. After my recent post regarding accidents around pools, I'd like to follow up on what you would do in this situation. Please feel free to share this so others know what to do over this holiday season should something like this occurs. Chipped or cracked tooth: wrap fragments in a plastic wrap. See the dentist as soon as possible. Whole tooth comes out : if it is a baby tooth, do not try to put it back in. See a dentist stair away to confirm there aren't any other pieces left in and there isn't any other damage. If it's an adult tooth, handle carefully and only by the crown (the white smooth part that is normally seem in the mouth). If the root is dirty and the injured person can, get them to gently suck it clean. Or rinse with milk or water very quickly. Once cleaned, gently place it back in the socket. Try and do this within 5-10 minutes from when it was knocked out. Secure the tooth in place with either gentle biting on a soft cloth or covering the teeth with aluminium foil. If the tooth can't be placed back in, put the tooth in a cup of milk and seal that with plastic wrap or keep it in the injured's mouth next to their cheek. You need to see a dentist immediately as time is critical. Do not : * handle the root * scrape or rub the tooth surface * let the tooth dry * put the tooth in ice or hot water * rinse or store the tooth in water for longer than 2 seconds For more information see

    December 02

  • Dental Flossophy added 2 new photos.

    Getting into the spirit of Christmas time at Dental Flossophy... we hope you are all feeling ready for the fun times ahead!

    December 02

  • We've had a few children come in recently with broken teeth. Most are associated with falls around the swimming pool. Please remind your children to slow down around the slippery surfaces near the pool.

    November 28

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3379 4040

Business Hours

Day Open Close
Monday 8.30am 5.30pm
Tuesday 8.30am 5.30pm
Wednesday 8.30am 5.30pm
Thursday 8.30am 5.30pm
Friday 8.30am 5.30pm
Saturday 8.30am 1.00pm
Sunday Closed

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Call: 3379 4040

 121 Lynne Grove Avenue, Corinda, QLD 4075 
(opposite Corinda State High School)

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