Brookside Shopping Centre 159 Osborne Road, Mitchelton QLD 4053

About Us
WELCOME TO BROOKSIDENTAL

At Brooksidental, we provide you and your family with all your general dental treatment needs in a professional yet friendly, caring and relaxed atmosphere. You will feel relaxed and confident knowing that you are receiving the best quality and individual care.

At Brooksidental, we pride ourselves on providing a premium comprehensive dental service on Brisbane Brookside Shopping Centre.


If you're looking for a quality dentist, Brooksidental is the practise for you. We excel at meeting the individual dental needs of our patients and offer them the information and treatment required to best prevent dental disease, sedation and pain relief. We specialise in general dentistry, root canal treatment, crowns & bridges, veneers, root canal treatments and tooth whitening.


OUR DENTIST
Dr Neil Perrett

Neil is our principal dentist, and having graduated in 1981 from the University of Queensland, has a wealth of experience in all forms of general dentistry. Neil has worked in private practices in Cheshire (England), Canberra, and various parts of Brisbane, and his aesthetic work is simply beautiful.


Neil enjoys relaxing at home, or at the beach with his wife, and three children, and will be found at the Gabba during the First cricket Test each November.

Neil is a gentle, caring dentist who with his dedicated, and friendly staff, is committed to providing you, and your family with the best possible dental treatment at Brooksidental.

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DENTAL SERVICES
GENERAL AND FAMILY DENTISTRY

General Care indicates that we cover and treat all aspects of dentistry. This includes simple fillings, Ceramic Fillings, Crowns, Bridges, Porcelain Veneers, Cosmetic Dentistry and General Preventative Care.

PREVENTATIVE DENTISTRY

Preventative dentistry involves the early diagnosis of dental issues that will cause problems in the future.


COSMETIC DENTISTRY

Cosmetic Dentistry or Aesthetic Dentistry is the broad heading describing dental procedures that improve the appearance of the teeth. In today's age of improved technology and dental materials, there is a wide and varied range of options available to make your teeth look great.

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SMILE GALLERY

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FAQs
What steps can be taken to control discomfort during my visit to Brookside Dental?
Your dentist is dedicated to giving you the proper type and dose of anaesthetic to produce the numbness in your teeth and gums which will allow the dental procedure to be accomplished with the greatest of comfort for you. After many dental procedures, your dentist may prescribe pain medication to help keep you comfortable after the anaesthetic has worn off. If you are still concerned, please inform your dentist during your consultation.
What procedures are used to ensure the instruments used on me are clean and safe?
Many of our instruments are single-use only and are discarded after each patient. The metal instruments and dental handpieces are steam-sterilized in a machine called an autoclave which is designed to kill all bacteria, viruses, and spores. The autoclave is continually checked and monitored to ensure that it is working effectively.
Why do I need to see the dentist if all I want is to have my teeth cleaned?
Gum disease or periodontal disease is responsible for causing the loss of most teeth in adults. Most of the time, during the early stages of gum disease, there are no symptoms to warn you that something is wrong. Only a dentist is trained and qualified in diagnosing this problem and can recommend treatment which can significantly reduce the chance of losing your teeth due to gum disease.
Why do I have breath odour and/or bleeding gums?
The bacteria make acids as waste products which can dissolve the outer enamel coating of the teeth causing cavities and can irritate the gums causing gingivitis, and later, periodontitis, a more severe form of gum disease. Bleeding gums is the signal to you that you need to see a dentist before the problem worsens and the loss of teeth becomes possible.
Why should I replace missing teeth?
The simple answer is to give you more teeth to chew with. The more teeth you have, the better you should be able to grind the food into smaller particles. The other benefits are to prevent the drifting of the remaining teeth and to restore your appearance. Consult with Brooksidental on 07 3355 7490 to determine which type of replacement teeth for your situation.
How Can I Get My Teeth Whitened?
Peak to our friendly and informative team now! We can arrange for you to have a comprehensive examination, and thorough cleaning to remove any calculus, and staining, before discussing techniques that can be used by our cosmetic dentists to help you achieve that whiter, brighter smile.
What is Tooth Decay?
Soon after brushing, a thin sticky layer forms over the surface of your teeth which contains bacteria, this is referred to as plaque. When you eat anything containing sugar, the bacteria in plaque uses it as energy, and produces acid which can soften and dissolve the enamel which covered your teeth. This is how a cavity is formed. Because the enamel doesn't contain any nerves, you won't realize that it is happening.