The team behind a boutique dental studio at Strathpine is committed to helping clients achieve a healthy smile.
Platypus Dental owner Dr Terry Pu has been providing quality oral health care to Moreton Bay residents for more than eight years.
He says the friendly, qualified staff at Platypus Dental strive to make visits a pleasurable experience, with the team speaking languages including English, Mandarin Chinese, Cantonese, Taiwanese, Japanese, Vietnamese, and Fiji Hindi.
Located next to the Strathpine Shopping Centre, Platypus Dental provides an array of dental needs in one location.
Wide range of services
“No matter what your smile has gone through, the team can help you achieve the healthy teeth you desire,” Dr Terry says.
Services include general, restorative, paediatric and emergency dentistry; teeth whitening; oral surgery such removing wisdom teeth; cosmetic treatments including crowns and bridges; dental implantology and All-On-X implant work.
The practice is committed to using Australian-made products where possible, with Dr Terry collaborating with local technicians who make crowns, bridges and dentures.
Platypus Dental treats private and public patients through the Queensland Health Outsourcing system and the Department of Veteran’s Affairs program, with Medicare bulk billing for children.
The centre supports the local Edge Learning Centre with free dental education as well as giving back to the community by participating in the Lifeblood Team program and sponsoring local radio station 96Five.
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