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4 Rogers Street
Spring Hill, QLD, 4000

+61 7 3391 2504

Brisbane Dentist - excellence in general and aesthetic dentistry with Drs Amy Daley, Leila Haywood, UQ graduates with 20 years of experience in Spring Hill, Brisbane



We are able to offer consistency of care with experienced and understanding clinicians, all the time necessary for your comfort, an all female experienced team, and a beautiful ambience in a renovated historical cottage setting in Spring Hill. 


Leila Haywood

We are able to offer consistency of care with experienced and understanding clinicians, all the time necessary for your comfort, an all female team, a beautiful ambience in a renovated historical cottage setting in Spring Hill. 

Our dental  practice is close to the Brisbane CBD at 4 Rogers Street, Spring Hill with off street car parking.



Leila Haywood


is the key to achieving a beautiful and healthy smile, which is why we have 1 hour bookings with our dental hygienist, Christine who uses this time to professionally scale and clean your teeth. This involves the detection and gentle removal of all of the hardened plaque, the calculus, from around the roots of the teeth, and any stains from the teeth. Christine is also a registered Dental Therapist, and provides a gentle, fun and caring dentistry experience for children, aged from 4 years old.



We place time aside in our days for emergency appointments if experiencing pain or discomfort. Our friendly reception will be able to assist as soon as possible.



Clenching or grinding, clinically known as bruxism, is common today with fast paced lifestyles. It can occur while you are asleep and sometimes you may not even be aware of it. It can cause irreversible damage to the jaw joint and cause structural problems with the teeth, and a night splint or occlusal splint can be made by a dentist to wear during sleep to protect your teeth.



are protective devices for contact sports and during training, that cover the teeth and gums to prevent and reduce injury to the teeth, jaws, lips and gums, that are made by your dentist and custom made in the laboratory, from impressions taken by your dentist.



for periodontal disease with loss of the jaw bone from around the teeth, ranging from bleeding gums and inflammation, called gingivitis - to severe loss and infection of the gums and jaw bone.Regular dental care at home with twice-daily tooth brushing and daily flossing, as well as regular visits to the dentist for active maintenance and professional scaling and cleaning each 6 months allows for optimal care.



filling that is placed right through the middle of the tooth, to replace a missing pulp (nerve), when it has become infected. 



connecting with smaller patients in a caring way, to make a child's visit an enjoyable and memorable experience. Preventive care and dental checks each 6 months allow for optimal dental health and good habits for health.



for a temporary requirement or a cost effective solution to replace multiple missing teeth with a removable appliance that replaces  the missing teeth and gum. 



third set of molars that come up behind the 12 year old molars, at around the age of 17. They often become infected, especially if they are trapped in the jaw bone or gum, termed impaction. When the gum around the wisdom tooth becomes inflamed, the gum becomes swollen, painful to bite and there can be intense pain from the area. They can be removed or a referral to an oral and maxillofacial surgeon can be organised, if they are in a difficult spot.



A direct restoration means that the tooth can be restored in one visit and that there is enough tooth structure for the filling to go inside of the tooth. Amalgam is metal that is pushed into the tooth - which is not available at our practice due to environmental and health concerns - or composite resin; which is tooth coloured, and matched and bonded to the remaining tooth. An indirect filling means that the restoration is made outside of the mouth, in the laboratory, and which cemented into place by the dentist. Porcelain restorations have excellent aesthetics and durability, and are the best option to restore a tooth as perfectly as possible.



technology and advances in dentistry allow for  efficient and quality service for any complexity of dental treatment. Digital x-rays, ultrasonic composite resin placement, custom made and computer generated porcelain restorations for strength and durability, digital smile design with computer generation to restore a bite and smile perfectly, and further advances allow for appointments that easier to sit through with the best outcomes.



the use of a tooth coloured plastic adhesive called composite that is selected, shaped and polished to match in with the smile. Teeth can be altered or changed to improve the appearance of individual teeth and the smile. This technique also allows damaged or chipped teeth to be repaired seamlessly.