March is Mouthguard Month here at Robelle Dental Centre.

Across Australia thousands of adults and children are treated for dental injuries that could have been prevented or minimised by simply wearing a properly fitted mouthguard. The Australian Dental Association strongly recommends the use of a custom fitted mouthguard. We recommend wearing your mouthguard:

  • where intentional collision and contact are part of the game such as rugby, hockey or boxing;
  • during any other sports or activity where there is a risk of accidental collision or impact at speed and/or with hard surfaces or equipment, e.g. cricket, basketball, netball, touch football, soccer, skating, skateboarding, acrobatics, martial arts;
  • at any age and skill level;
  • during games and all training sessions.

Making your mouthguard is simple. We take an impression of you mouth and pour it up in dental plaster. Our dental laboratory then makes the mouthguard to fit your mouth exactly. Unlike the the “boil and bite” ones, custom mouthguards are comfortable to wear and don’t move during your sport.

Play it safe, make an appointment or give our reception staff a call on 3470 1313.

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COVID-19 Update - Brisbane Area Lockdown 31 July - 2 August 2021

Advice current as at 1pm, 31 July 2021. 

Under advice from the Queensland Government and the Australian Dental Association, Robelle Dental Centre remains open as an essential healthcare business for dental emergencies only. We have taken to decision to defer ALL non-urgent treatment scheduled to reduce the risk to our patients and our staff.

Patients are reminded that they are not to attend their appointment if they have been to a designated COVID Hot Spot or current Contact Tracing location and are experiencing any COVID-like symptoms, no matter how mild. 

Details of affected locations are available from the Queensland Health websites: 

Contact tracing — coronavirus (COVID-19) | Health and wellbeing | Queensland Government ( 

Patients and staff will continue to be required to wear masks  as per Government requirements, with patients naturally removing their mask for treatment. 

This advice is subject to change, and will be updated accordingly.