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A Logan Dentist for General and Cosmetic Care

There are many reasons to seek out a new dentist, whether you’re not happy with your current care, have recently moved, or simply haven’t had a check-up in many years. Here at Crestmead Dental, we understand the barriers many face when it comes to dental care, such as costs, time, or even phobias, so we

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Looking For a Bulk Bill Dentist in Logan?

At Crestmead Dental, we accept bulk billed dental schemes, private health funds, and other payment plans to cover your care. Located at a convenient, easy to reach spot on Waratah Drive in Crestmead, we accept new patients and would be happy to hear from you. It doesn’t matter if you have non-urgent needs, or if

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Why should we restore baby teeth?

Why should we restore baby teeth? Primary (baby) teeth are important for your child’s eating, proper chewing and speaking, as well as their appearance. These primary teeth set up the framework for adult teeth to develop. Without healthy primary teeth, the adult teeth don’t have adequate space to grow into the correct position. Won’t the

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DR HENRY WONG

Dr Henry Wong is a local dental graduate, having done his studies at the University of Queensland. He has had over 10 years of practical experience, providing a wide range of services in the various fields of dentistry. He has a strong interest in Orthodontics (braces) and has an affinity treating young patients. Henry regularly attends a range of continuing education courses, and is very much up to date with his continuing professional development requirements.   Dr Henry is a long term member of the ADA (Australian Dental Association). He has also been involved with RAWCS (Rotary Australia World Community Service), in a charity project that provides much needed dental treatment to villages in Nepal. He has also provided volunteer work in Brisbane through the National Dental Foundation.   Dr Henry enjoys spending time with his family and young daughter. They are often the reluctant subjects one of his other interests; photography. He likes to unwind by listening to comedy podcasts and tending to his growing collection of indoor plants.