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Preventative dental care is a life-time partnership.

"Join our Channon Lawrence Dental family and we partner with you for your best dental health outcomes."


Our Gympie dentists and team focus on preventative dental measures for your teeth and smile. With preventative oral health consultations, professional cleans and examinations, gum disease diagnosis and treatments along with Minimal Intervention Dentistry we aim work with you on a plan of a healthy mouth and happy smile. 

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Specifically trained.

Hygienists and Oral Health Therapists are trained to provide Preventative Consultations.

"Firstly we can identify the disease and instigate treatment or prevention along with your dentist.

Secondly, we can identify the risk of diseases occurring and implement strategies to remove or manage said risk."

We offer professional cleans and examinations in all Preventative consultations.​


A typical hygiene service includes:

  • The removal of any bacteria and plaque from above and below the gum surfaces

  • A professional clean and polish

  • A detailed examination to check for any signs of gum disease


Education is key to avoiding problems.

Strategies can incorporate diet reviews, counselling inquiry, assessing disease knowledge, implementing preventive measures and assessing lifestyle habits that impact your oral and systemic health. 

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Ensure Gum Disease is treated early. 

Regular appointments at Channon Lawrence Dental allows us to monitor the health of your gums and identify any areas of concern to treat early. But there are signs that you can look out for as well!

Bleeding Gums.

Gum disease (also known as periodontitis) can develop in anyone, if left untreated it may progress beneath the skin to further damage the gums, teeth and bone.

Signs such as

  • bleeding, receding, swollen, red or tender gums,

  • persistent bad breath,

  • sensitive or loose teeth 

  • obvious plaque can all be signs of gum disease.

80% of general population.

If it is found that you do have gum disease you are not alone; up to 80% of the general population experience some form of gum disease at one time or another. Research shows that periodontal disease may be one of the most prevalent diseases known to humankind. Therefore it is important to ensure gum disease is treated early. That's why preventative oral health consultations are important.


Book your next appointment with
one of our
local Gympie Dentists today.

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