Greenland Dental Blog

Providing quality dental care in a safe environment

June 19, 2016



Providing our patients with quality dental care involves much more than meets the eye. When you visit the dentist most people notice things like how you are greeted, how long you wait and how gentle or comfortable your treatment is. At Greenland Dental, we focus not only on ensuring you are happy with the service you receive, but on making sure your treatment is provided in a safe environment.


We were one of the first practices in Queensland to become accredited. Being accredited is an ongoing process where we provide evidence that our policies and procedures are up to the latest and highest standards.


Over the past 30 years we have seen significant changes in the dental profession, particularly in our understanding and management of infection control. Our team follow strict policies and procedures to ensure you are protected and safe during your dental treatment. Our policies comply with the Australian Standards and are continually reviewed and monitored.



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