A Brisbane CBD dentist committed to superior service and quality dentistry
When it comes to choosing a Brisbane dentist, there is no shortage in the Brisbane CBD. The problem you can face however, is finding one that is committed to providing patients with outstanding care and service. A dental practice that is built on quality and makes sure that the patient – you – comes first. A CBD dental practice that remembers your name and allows adequate time for your appointment, rather than rushing you through to move on to the next patient.
A Brisbane CBD dentist you can trust
Our family-focused approach is unique in the Brisbane CBD. As city office buildings often restrict opening hours CBD dentists can often rush and shorten appointments to see more patients throughout the day. At Bite Dental Studios Brisbane, our dentist and team put your needs first and are committed to always providing the best quality care—if that takes more time to make you comfortable, so be it!
You can count on the dentist and team at Bite Dental Studios Brisbane to provide you with the personalised care you require and deserve. For Quality, Comprehensive Dental Care in the heart of the Brisbane CBD – Sink your teeth into Bite Dental Studio.
A Brisbane city dentist who doesn’t treat you like a number
Our family-focused approach ensures you’re treated like a friend, not a number. We remember the little things—like you require extra care and time so that you feel relaxed while having your teeth cleaned. We understand that you have a busy work schedule and need us to be on time – every time. We know that you often arrive early and enjoy a cup of tea and biscuit before your appointment!
At Bite Dental Studio Brisbane we pay close attention not only to your teeth but also to your comfort. And as we treat our friends—we don’t rush appointments or provide second rate dentistry.
If you live or work in Brisbane city and are looking for a dentist whose practice is not only convenient but also committed to providing patients with unparalleled quality dental care and service, contact Bite Dental Studios on 07 3221 5399 to book your appointment or to learn more about our services.
Get to know the team that care for your teeth
Dr Simon Franks
BSc(Hons), BDS(Hons), MClinDent Prosthodontics (Distinction), FRACDS, AKC
A Kiwi by birth, Simon is arguably one of Australia’s most qualified general dentists. He has honors degrees in Dentistry, Neuroscience and Human Anatomy and a Masters of Clinical Dentistry awarded with distinction from King’s College London. He has been elected as an Associate of King’s College London and is a fellow of the prestigious Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons serving on the Queensland Regional Committee as a candidate advisor. He is also a postgraduate tutor for the Prosthodontics program at King’s College London.
Whilst he has completed a masters degree in prosthodontics (including dental aesthetics, veneers, crowns, bridges and implants), Simon maintains registration as a general dentist. Simon’s special interest and skills are in prosthodontics – the restoring and rebuilding of teeth and smiles. He has a particular interest in tooth wear (short, chipped and broken teeth), tooth grinding, acid erosion and tooth replacements (dental implants). A lot of the work he completes involves helping patients transition back from false or missing teeth to a full set of teeth that are securely fixed into the mouth.
Having completed his Prosthodontic Masters from one of the worlds leading dental universities – King’s College London, he also does a large number of dental cosmetic cases. He spends a lot of time with his patients discussing the obvious advantages of cosmetic dentistry but more importantly, the maintenance costs and long-term effects that this treatment can have on the mouth and body. He is known to use a wide variety of treatment options, materials and innovate techniques learnt from his time at King’s to achieve stunning cosmetic results for his patients that are long-lasting and easy to maintain.
Simon serves on the Queensland Council for the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons, is also a postgraduate tutor for, and has been elected as an Associate of King’s College London.
This education has developed a strong preventive approach to dentistry. Simon ensures he takes time with every patient to understand each aspect of a patient’s dental health and lifestyle, before deciding on the best course of treatment. He has found over time that it’s the quality of the relationship between dentist and patient that results in the best outcomes.
Simon regularly speaks for Diabetes Australia and also helps diabetes educators promote the links between diabetic control and oral health. He also has an interest in how poor oral health can exacerbate cardiovascular disease.
As a member of the Allied Health Network, he has direct access to many other therapies to improve patient care, including physiotherapy, acupuncture, massage and chiropractic care. He is also a member of the Australian Dental Association and maintains AHPRA registration as a general dentist.
For over a decade he has supported the East Meets West Foundation, regularly volunteering his time providing dental care for orphaned children in Vietnam.
Simon also has a young family and understands well how dentistry needs grow and change with a family.
Dr Julia Moldavtsev
Julia has a degree in dental surgery and has undergone further training in sleep medicine. She treats both adults and children with snoring and sleep apnoea and takes a realistic, holistic approach to ensure that each person achieves quality sleep. Julia works closely with other dentists, doctors, sleep physicians, cardiologists and ENT specialists and provides individualized treatment for each person. She is very experienced in dental mouthguard treatments and in helping people who cannot tolerate the CPAP machine.
Over her career Julia has worked closely with a number of specialists to whom she credits a great deal of her advanced dental knowledge. She enjoys and is experienced in smile improvement (through Invisalign, whitening, amalgam replacement, veneers and crown work) as well as in the less glamorous side of dentistry like jaw pain, jaw joint issues and clicking, fillings, root canal treatments, tooth extractions and dentures. Julia has also worked with the Royal Flying Doctor Service, providing much needed quality dental treatment to people in remote areas. As well as practicing dentistry and sleep medicine, Julia is involved in research and education, publishing articles to raise dental awareness and to progress the field of dentistry.
Julia has worked with patients of all ages and all walks of life. She is all too familiar with frightening dental experiences and draws on her own childhood experiences to understand and help anxious patients. Her approach is gentle, friendly and kind. Every patient is given plenty of time and treated as a friend. A perfectionist by nature, Julia places great emphasis on delivering quality dental work. If it is not good enough to be in her own mouth, it is not good enough to be in yours!
As a member of the Australian Dental Association, Australian Sleep Association, Allied Health, the Brisbane Women’s Club and Business Networking International, Julia has wonderful relationships with a wide circle of health professionals and service providers to whom she can offer a warm introduction if you seek advice or care beyond your dental needs.
Assoc. Dip in Dental Therapy
Ingrid completed her Associate Diploma in Dental Therapy 25 years ago, on the West Coast of Australia. Apart from the skills she acquired as a dental therapist/hygienist over the past two decades, she considers herself fortunate to have a broad range of experience in dentistry, including working alongside a forensic dentist for four years as well as in-hospital theatres with an oral surgeon. Ingrid is passionate about people and oral health, and her thirst for knowledge on preventive dentistry is unwavering.
Ingrid is a driven advocate on the importance of education on the links between oral health and general well-being. With scientific data arising daily on the connection between gum disease and other chronic diseases like diabetes, heart disease, arthritis and respiratory disorders, her message is quite simple, “ Education is key for the prevention of oral disease. In dentistry, education on oral hygiene and oral health not only equips people with knowledge; it also empowers them to make better choices for themselves. This is very rewarding for me as I get to see firsthand the transformation in people’s mouths and therefore their lives.”
Ingrid is a social entrepreneur on a global mission to help people retain their teeth for life. When not in the clinic, you will find her with her scientific team advancing the development of cutting-edge products for the prevention of gum disease; sitting on judging panels with MBA students; at parliament roundtables discussing women founders in business or travelling the world keeping up to date with the latest advancements in dentistry.
Ingrid is actively involved with the Allied Health Network; and is a member of the Dental Hygienist Association of Australia as well as Life Science Queensland.