North Brisbane Dental Clinic

Financial Info

We offer a number of financial solutions to assist patients wishing to proceed with treatment. We are proud to be an unrestricted health fund provider, which means we accept all Australian private health funds. 

We will always provide a written quote for treatment prior to getting started so that financial plans can be made.

Payment Options

We accept the following forms of payment:

  • Cash
  • Cheque
  • Visa
  • MasterCard
  • AMEX
  • Zip money
  • Afterpay

Health Funds Accepted

  • Medibank Private
  • Bupa
  • HCF
  • AHM
  • ACA Health Benefits Fund
  • Australian Unity Health
  • CBHS Health Fund
  • CUA Health
  • Defence Health
  • Doctors' Health Fund
  • Grand United
  • HBF
  • Latrobe Health Services
  • Lysaught Health
  • NIB
  • Peoplecare
  • Queensland Country Health
  • Police Health
  • Queensland Teachers' Union Health
  • Railway and Transport Health Fund
  • St Luke's Medical
  • Westfund​
  • QANTAS Assure

Payment Plans

We understand that sometimes dental treatment is difficult to afford. To make this easier to manage, we have partnered with Zip to offer all our patients easy to set up payment plans. Everything can be arranged from your phone or ipad. 

If you are interested in a payment plan for treatment costing under $1000, zip pay is a great, easy to use and interest free option. For more info, click here

For treatments costing over $1000, zip money is the way to go. Again, it's interest free and very easy to set up. Click here for more info

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Afterpay allows you to enjoy your smile now and pay for it in four equal fortnightly payments. With Afterpay you can spread out the cost of your treatment. To sign-up to Afterpay, book an appointment at North Brisbane Dental Clinic, and scan your Afterpay barcode at reception - it's as easy as that. If you wish to use Afterpay you will need to use the Afterpay app. You can download the Afterpay app for iPhone here and for Android here.

Frequently Asked Questions

In this great little video, Dr Kristine El-Atem explains how to floss your teeth properly. We find many of our patients often avoid flossing because they're not quite sure how to do it correctly. Check out this video to learn more about how to protect your teeth and gums.


Are you concerned that you may have bad breath? Or have you tried to get rid of this embarrassing problem with no success? Here, Dr Brodie Hill explains some of the most common causes of bad breath (halitosis) and how to eliminate them.

Halitosis can be caused by a variety of factors, including dental caries, gingivitis, periodontal disease, plaque, tongue debris and reflux. Once correctly identifies, all of these issues can be effectively managed. There's no need to live with bad breath!


By the time a tooth actually begins to cause pain, the problem is usually quite severe, and has been there for a long time. Most types of dental disease do not cause any pain at all, and are not easily visible, which can give you a false sense of security.

For example, if you have a cavity (decay / caries) form in a tooth, it will usually take months or years for it to actually cause you any pain. This is why it is crucial to maintain regular visits to the dentist so that any problems can be intercepted early on. Nipping a problem in the bud early is cheaper and less painful than waiting for it to start hurting.


Yes! We have a dedicated disabled carpark and wheelchair ramp. Our surgeries are arranged so that we can perform all dental treatment while you remain in the comfort of your wheelchair if required. We also have a fully accessible bathroom.​

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.