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Complete-dental-works-online-boking-AnnerleyComplete Dental Works provide professional general and family dental services that are easily accessible and affordable.

We are an Inner-Brisbane dental practice, conveniently situated on Ipswich Road in Annerley, QLD. Our service areas include general, restorative and cosmetic dentistry.

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We offer a full range of individual dental treatments:

As preferred providers for all major health funds, you can make on-the-spot claims via our HICAPS service. We also have on-site parking and disability access to help make your visit quick and easy.

CDW are Annerley accredited dental clinic
We are Accredited dental practice: QIP and the Australian Dental Association (ADA) under National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) Standards

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We are a conservative practice that encourages prevention over cure. We also offer a comprehensive range of dental services that cater for all your needs, including restorative dentistry, crowns, bridges, teeth whitening, root canals, sports mouthguards, cosmetic Dentistry, gum disease prevention and dentures. No matter what your dental needs, we can help you. We are also registered providers for many health funds and medicare. This allows us to provide free preventive dentistry in many cases.
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Complete Dental Works
Due to the escalating COVID-19 situation & new Australian Dental Association’s Level 3 restrictions, TC Dental (Upper Mt. Gravatt) is OPEN for essential dental emergency care only.

Please note that our Complete Dental Works (Annerley) and Everyday Smiles Dental (Eight Mile Plains) branches are now closed until further notice. We advise all emergency patients from these branches to seek treatment at our main branch, TC Dental Group, in Upper Mt Gravatt.

✔ The Complete Dental Works team is always here to support you during this challenging time. Please read our latest update regarding our services for Complete Dental Works here: https://completedentalworks.com.au/complete-dental-works-patient-update-re-covid-19/
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An important message from Complete Dental Works

Dear valued patients,

To protect you, your family and our staff from the Covid-19 Pandemic, we are following and adopting preventative measures issued by the Department of Health.

We ask that you kindly reschedule your appointment if you or your family are experiencing fever, coughing, shortness of breath, fever, widespread body aches (flu-like), sore throat, stuffy/runny nose, vomiting or diarrhoea; have returned from overseas within the last 14 days; and/or have been in contact with someone diagnosed with or being tested for Covid-19 infection. Your privacy will be respected.

COMING IN FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT

To facilitate maximum interpersonal distancing, your next appointment may be rescheduled to ensure the minimum number of patients in our waiting room at any one time. Please try to be punctual for your appointment and limit the number of people accompanying the patient to one person per patient.

For new patients, we request that you pre-fill your medical history form online at home, via our website, prior to your appointment, so it is attached to your records electronically.

As the current situation regarding COVID-19 is constantly changing, we request that you confirm your contact details with us so we can keep you updated. For payments, we request eftpos or card payments instead of cash, to minimise physical contact.

For now, we will continue with our normal business hours. We will update you via email or SMS if there are any changes in the future.

TEMPORARY RECEPTION ROOM RISK CONTROL MEASURES

We have removed all communal items that are usually touched and handled by multiple people throughout the day, such as magazines, toys and brochures.

Hand sanitisers are located throughout the clinic, so please help yourselves to these amenities BEFORE and AFTER your appointments.

INFECTION CONTROL

We have always used ADA-mandated cleaning and disinfection protocols for all surfaces in our treatment areas. All regularly used communal surfaces in our clinics are cleaned at regular intervals daily. We adhere strictly to Australian dental guidelines on infection control, and we regularly review and update our infection control protocols as part of our accreditation process.

ADDITIONAL INFECTION CONTROL MEASURES

Our patients may be asked to rinse with a disinfectant mouthwash before treatment. We will be disinfecting commonly touched areas and all door handles at regular intervals during the day.

To stay informed, please check regular updates on our social media pages and via our website.

Facebook : https://facebook.com/completedentalworksannerley/
Website : http://completedentalworks.com.au/

Your health and safety are of the utmost importance to us. We wish to thank you for taking the time to read this notice and for your cooperation during this difficult time.

Warmest Regards,

Complete Dental Works
Tel: (07) 3848 1574
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Complete Dental Works
TO MAKE A PLEDGE TO IMPROVE YOUR ORAL HEALTH: https://www.worldoralhealthday.org/
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Complete Dental Works
World Oral Health Day is on this Friday, 20th March! for mouth health.

Make a pledge to keep your teeth, mind & body healthy for World Oral Health Day 2020 at the WOHD website, and don’t forget to say “Ahhhh!”

✔ CHECK OUT THE WOHD WEBSITE TO MAKE A PLEDGE TO IMPROVE YOUR ORAL HEALTH: https://www.worldoralhealthday.org/
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Complete Dental Works
If you want strong healthy teeth & gums, you just need to brush your teeth twice daily and floss, right?

Not exactly. Your oral health depends a lot more on your intake of vitamins & minerals than you might think.

✔ Check out the bad things that can happen to your mouth if you aren’t getting your vitamins & minerals in our latest blog post here: https://completedentalworks.com.au/how-does-poor-nutrition-malnutrition-affect-your-oral-health/
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Complete Dental Works
Oral bacteria and poor oral health has been linked to a number of health conditions such as heart disease, Alzheimer’s and diabetes.

But that’s not all, now English researchers have discovered that poor oral health can increase your risk for liver cancer by 75%!

✔ Read more about the link between poor oral health and liver cancer in our latest blog post here: https://completedentalworks.com.au/poor-oral-health-increase-liver-cancer-risk-by-75/