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First Priority

Your oral health is our number one priority!

At Channon Lawrence Dental we believe that achieving a healthy mouth starts with the basics.


Our experienced team of local Gympie dentists offer a wide range of general dental treatment options to keep you and your families' smiles on track! 

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You think anything Dental - We have it for you. 

General dentistry simply describes the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of conditions, disorders and diseases affecting the teeth, gums, jaw and face.

Our Core Belief Ensures your Oral Health is our number one priority.  

  • Preventative and gentle dentistry is the foundation of good oral hygiene skills. It will set you up for a life of excellent oral health.

  • From children’s dentistry, crooked or missing teeth through to mouthguards and fillings, we do it all.

  • Emergency? We can help there too.


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Why they are Essential.

Regular check-ups and x-rays are essential to caring for your overall dental health, allowing the clinician to monitor for any changes. We would rather see you without the toothache or pain, we firmly believe that prevention is better than cure.


How Often.

Recommended, every 6 – 12 months for dental check-up, dependent on your unique smile and individual case. X-rays approximately every 2 years, if no concerns. With a preventative focus, this is determined by your dentist and hygienist/therapist as part of your partnership team.


Prevention is better than a cure.

When talking about oral health there are some basic habits to adopt that will help prevent dental issues - brushing twice a day, flossing daily, and visiting your dentist for those regular check-ups. 


Management of cavities. 

If during your regular check-up our dentists notice any cavities or decay we will recommend repairing these with fillings.


Fillings help to restore damaged teeth to their normal shape and function. Our dentists will first remove the decay from inside your tooth and, depending on the damage to your tooth, they'll use one of several types of fillings.

Tooth Coloured Fillings.

For large fillings, particularly in the back teeth where chewing forces are greater, we recommend tooth-coloured porcelain inlays to add strength and to return teeth to natural appearance and chewing function.

No more unsightly, potentially unhealthy old black or silver fillings, we never place amalgam fillings.

We remove them safely, if you want to know more, see Safe Amalgam Removal. 

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When you need an X-ray.

As we have the latest in digital offerings – both 3D digital view x-rays and OPG, there is no need to leave the practice. 

  • Digital 3D x-rays are a powerful tool in helping us manage and plan correct treatment for a variety of your dental requirements such as dental implants, Tempo-mandibular joint pain management and orthodontics.

  • An OPG allows us a panoramic view of the lower face displaying all the teeth of the upper and lower jaw on a single film.​​ Having these forms of digital x-rays available on the premises offers you the invaluable convenience of all your treatment being completed in the one spot.

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How Often Should I Go to the Dentist?

It is recommended that you undergo a dental checkup at least twice a year or every 6 months.

However, the frequency of dental visits may vary depending on the overall health and condition of your teeth.


Dr. Mark Cull, a trusted dentist in Gympie, can provide guidance on how often you should schedule a dental visit to maintain optimal dental health and detect any potential issues early on.

Why Do I Need Dental X Rays?

X-rays are essential for dentists to plan and perform various dental procedures such as fillings, implants, orthodontic treatments, denture fabrication, root canal treatments, and extractions.

They help in examining the teeth and gums beyond the visible surface.

The type of x-ray taken by the dentist depends on the condition being assessed, which helps in the proper diagnosis and treatment of dental problems.

When Should I Replace Dental Fillings?

Fillings will last depending on how well you you look after it.

It’s important to remember, however, that fillings will wear out over time that may result in damage such as chipping or cracking, or changes in color.

With the passage of time, pressure can cause a gap to open between the tooth and the filling, allowing decay-causing bacteria and food particles to collect, leading to tooth decay.


It is essential to brush your teeth twice daily and to clean between them every day as well.

How Do I Book a Dental Check Up?

To book an appointment with our Gympie dentists, you can call us at (07) 5482 7688, send an email to or book online through our website here.

We are open Monday to Friday, and closed on weekends.

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

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