Renew Confidence with
General Dentistry

Restore Your Smile and Confidence with General Dentistry:

East Brisbane and Kangaroo Point Community: At EasyCare Family Dental, we're your neighborhood dental experts. We've got all your dental needs covered, from check-ups and cleanings to X-rays, fillings, crowns, and more. We're here to keep your smile in top shape, so come on down and say hello.

Your oral health is our priority! At EasyCare Family Dental, our commitment goes beyond just offering general dental services; we're here to support and uplift our East Brisbane community.

Our team of friendly professionals is dedicated to providing top-notch care to our neighbors. We prioritize patient education, helping you make informed decisions about your oral health. We aim to be a valuable resource, empowering our neighbors to achieve and maintain healthy, confident smiles.

  • Dental Check-ups
  • Cleanings and Hygiene
  • X-rays and Diagnostics
  • Fillings and Restorations
  • Crowns and Bridges 
  • Tooth Extractions
  • Root Canal Therapy
  • Gum Disease Treatment
  • Oral Cancer Screening
  • Oral Health Education

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  1. How often should I visit the dentist for a check-up? It is generally recommended to visit the dentist for a check-up every six months. However, your dentist may suggest more frequent visits based on your individual oral health needs.

  2. Do I need to replace my toothbrush regularly? Yes, it’s essential to replace your toothbrush every three to four months or sooner if the bristles appear frayed. A fresh toothbrush ensures effective cleaning and prevents the buildup of bacteria.

  3. What can I do to prevent cavities and gum disease? Practicing good oral hygiene is key. Brush your teeth twice a day, floss daily, limit sugary snacks, and attend regular dental check-ups for professional cleanings and preventive care.

  4. Are cosmetic dentistry procedures covered by dental insurance? In many cases, cosmetic dentistry procedures may not be fully covered by dental insurance as they are often considered elective. It’s advisable to check with your insurance provider to understand the extent of coverage.

  5. How can I manage dental anxiety? Openly communicate your concerns with your dentist. Many dental practices offer sedation options to help anxious patients relax during dental procedures. Understanding the process can also alleviate anxiety.

  6. What is the difference between a dental crown and a dental bridge? A dental crown is a cap that covers a single damaged or decayed tooth, while a dental bridge replaces one or more missing teeth by anchoring artificial teeth to adjacent natural teeth or implants.

  7. Is teeth whitening safe, and does it cause sensitivity? Professional teeth whitening conducted under the guidance of a dentist is generally safe. Some individuals may experience temporary sensitivity, but this can often be managed with desensitizing toothpaste or adjustments in the whitening process.

  8. Can I use mouthwash as a substitute for brushing and flossing? Mouthwash is a valuable addition to oral care but should not replace brushing and flossing. These actions physically remove plaque and debris, while mouthwash provides additional antimicrobial benefits and freshens breath.

  9. What should I do if I have a dental emergency after hours? If you experience a dental emergency outside regular business hours, contact your dentist’s emergency line or visit the nearest emergency room. Delaying treatment can worsen the situation.

  10. How can I help my child establish good oral hygiene habits? Start early! Introduce brushing as soon as the first tooth appears, make it a fun and positive experience, and supervise brushing until your child can do it effectively on their own. Regular dental check-ups are also crucial for children.

Remember, these answers are general guidelines, and it’s essential to consult with your dentist for personalized advice based on your unique oral health needs.