Do you hate going to the dentist?

Many Australians have had bad or even traumatic experiences with dental work in the past, it's no wonder that almost half of us suffer from dental anxiety! Whether you're afraid, intimidated or anxious about your next visit—you aren't alone. 

The good news is that the priority in our Strathpine dental studio is to make our clients feel relaxed and comfortable—two feelings you'll rarely find at dental offices. At Cole Dental we pride ourselves in the relationships we've built with our clients, and our sensitivity and gentleness are what keeps them coming back.

Our team has a number of tricks up our sleeve when it comes to easing dental phobias and tension.

For those who find dental visits stressful, we can provide 'laughing gas' (nitrous oxide). Nitrous oxide is a gas that when inhaled can calm nerves and reduce levels of pain. If you feel that it might be a helpful option for you, be sure to chat with us about it.

In addition, our team has undertaken specialised training in assisting nervous patients—they're here to listen and offer you caring support. If you're struggling we encourage you to let us know. We truly understand and will go above and beyond to improve your experience.

Most importantly we want to make you 'smile' as well as fixing and maintaining it.

General Dentistry

Dentistry is an ever advancing field. Cole Dental keeps up to date with extensive ongoing training so that you, as a patient, have the latest and best that is available.

Due to our extensive training, as a Cole Dental patient we can offer a full range of options and you get to choose the one that is best suited to you.

  • Do you ever put your hand over your mouth when you smile or laugh?
  • Do you feel that you photograph better from one side of your face?
  • Is there someone you believe that has a better smile than yours?
  • When you smile in the mirror are you conscious of any defects to your teeth or gums?
  • Do you wish that your teeth were whiter?
  • Do you feel that you show too many or two few teeth when you smile or laugh?
  • Do you show too much gum when you smile or laugh?
  • Do you feel that your teeth are too long, short, wide, narrow, square or round?

If you an answered 'Yes' to any of the above questions, call us today to achieve a smile that you are proud to own.


Preventive Dentistry

Our Teeth For Life Program is an individually tailored oral health care plan, that makes having teeth for life a reality. Your dentist, hygienist and oral health therapists will work with you to devise a thorough program for your specific needs. Make fast tracks to the dentist. If you can be there within 30 minutes, there’s an 85% chance the tooth will survive.


Children’s Dentistry

To have parents tell us about how their children have been looking forward to visiting us is a testament to how important we consider the care of your children and their dental health.

Cole Dental bulk bills children's dentistry through the Child Dental Benefits Schedule. Eligible children are provided with up to $1,000 in benefits over two calendar years for basic and preventive dental services.

Find out more about Medicare Child Dental Benefits Scheme.


Emergency Care

Toothache, lost filling, cracked or broken tooth? Do you have a dental emergency? Call Cole Dental on 07 3205 5811 any time during our opening hours and we will strive to accommodate your emergency and offer the first available appointment. If you, or a family member has had a tooth knocked out, be sure to try and locate the tooth. Don’t handle it by the delicate root and resist the temptation to clean it off with water. The root membrane is delicate and is needed intact to encourage re-attachment. If the tooth is clean place it gently back in its socket immediately and apply slight pressure. If the tooth is dirty try and rinse it using milk and then place it back in its socket. Otherwise keep the tooth moist by placing it in a glass of milk or tuck it into your cheek. Make fast tracks to the dentist. If you can be there within 30 minutes, there’s an 85% chance the tooth will survive.