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Dentists at Capri

Dentists at Capri

Show Phone NumberSuite2/Level1, 15 Via Roma, Capri on Via Roma, Isle Of Capri, QLD, 4217Australia
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Opening Hours

Monday08:00 - 18:00
Tuesday08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday08:00 - 17:00
Thursday08:00 - 20:00
Friday09:00 - 17:00
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About Dentists at Capri

This dental clinic located at Isle of Capri in the Gold Coast of Australia offers a wide range of services to help patients achieve and maintain long term dental and oral health and beautiful smiles. Patients of all ages are welcomed by this team and they strive to create an environment where patients feel comfortable and relaxed from the first visit and enjoy an overall pleasant dental experience. Services available at the clinic include examinations and oral hygiene services, children’s dentistry, adult orthodontics, fitting protective mouth guards, cosmetic smile makeovers and treatments for TMJ disorders. Additionally, the practice offers skills in the all important area of craniofacial  growth. Specialised growth guidance appliances are constructed to stimulate normal growth in children and even in adults to achieve pleasing facial aesthetics. Noninvasive sleep studies can be arranged through the clinic to investigate and manage potential patients with Sleep Apnoea.






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  • ADA - Australian Dental Association (Australia) 
  • ADC - Australian Dental Council (Australia) 




Parking - Underground parking available

Accessible to disabled people

Public transport access

Access without steps

Disabled parking

On-site pharmacy

Clinic Services

Text message reminders

Open weekends - By appointment


Adult Braces
Child Braces
Cosmetic Dentist Consultation
Dental Bridges
Dental Crowns
Dental Implants
Dentist Consultation
Endodontist Consultation
Wisdom Tooth Extraction
White Filling
Gingivitis Treatment
Hygienist Session
Implant Dentist Consultation
Mouth Guard
Orthodontist Consultation
Periodontist Consultation
Periodontitis Treatment
Restorative Dentist Consultation
Root canals
Teeth Cleaning
Teeth Whitening
Home Whitening Kits
TMJ - Temporomandibular Joint Treatment
Composite Veneers
Porcelain Veneers

Ear Nose and Throat

Sleep Apnea

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Private Patients Welcome

Dental Plans Accepted


Dr John Utama BDS (NZ)

Job Title:
There is no doubt that prevention is better than cure. In my opinion, the most important age to see a dentist is between 6-12 years. Management of the facial growth and therefore, dental development is absolutely critical at this age, which will determine later, healthy teeth and gums, functional facial muscles and TMJs. It is serendipitous that when the body is healthy, beauty follows. Having said this, it is never too late for adults at any age to have healthy teeth and gums, and acquiring a great smile. At Capri Dental, we can show you how to achieve these goals. I graduated from University of Otago (New Zealand) in 1984. In the first 5 years as a dentist, the bulk of my work was relieving patients of pain, which involved the obligatory drill and fill, endless extractions and also making dentures. For about 7 years I placed my name as an after hours dentist, and there was barely a weekend when I did not see a patient requiring emergency treatment. The following 10 years, I learned about basic cosmetic dentistry, in particular composite veneers and a little later, porcelain veneers and crowns. Five years after that, I took courses in implants and orthodontics. The last five years I have been learning about neuromuscular dentistry, studying the relationship between the bite, facial muscles and the TMJ joints. Recently, I have taken courses in Functional Orthodontics, which is the science of facial growth guidance. Essentially, I am now integrating all disciplines of dentistry and treating the patient as a whole, not just their teeth. In the next five years I can see myself teaching children about correct breathing and posture, more and more adults will be treated with braces to correct the bite into the neuromuscular position, and managing patients with OSA. Fifteen years after that? Nobody knows. However, one thing I know for sure is that I will never stop learning. It is now becoming clear to me that teeth, the bite, the muscles, the joints and the rest of the body are inextricably linked together. If one part of the body becomes dysfunctional, it is inevitable that other parts of the body will be adversely affected, in some shape or form. I am seeing a pattern of 'red flags' from early childhood that leads to major problems in adults, such as OSA (Obstructive Sleep Apnea), which is linked to cardiovascular disease and stroke; and TMD (TemporoMandibular Dysfunction),

Dr Bruno Muller BSc, BOH (DentSci), GradDipDent

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Dr Bruno Muller graduated from dentistry at Griffith University. He also holds a Bachelor of Science majoring in Biomedical Science from the University of Queensland. Bruno enjoys all aspects of dentistry and is committed to providing quality dental care. In treating patients, Bruno's friendly and considerate personality provides a dental experience where patient comfort and welfare is a high priority.
Show Phone NumberSuite2/Level1, 15 Via Roma, Capri on Via Roma, Isle Of Capri, QLD, 4217Australia