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Professional Teeth Whitening

Professional Teeth Whitening

Professional Teeth Whitening V Over the counter product – why you NEED to see a dentist for the best results. There’s no doubt, people love the idea of perfect white teeth. “Restore confidence, regain your smile.” We all have seen the headlines. It’s on our news feeds, from our celebrities, its everywhere! Does teeth whitening work? Before we go into the trials and tribulations of the teeth whitening options, let’s look at what makes teeth appear yellow or discoloured. +Read More
Is a regular dentist important?

Is a regular dentist important?

A REGULAR DENTIST IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN YOU THINK! We get it. Dentists are not the most loved people to visit and probably someone who isn’t on your Christmas card list. It’s easy to forget a dental check-up or only see a dentist in times of extreme need; like a 2am toothache! The one local dental practice seems to be a thing of the past, with multiple practices available in most suburbs. +Read More
Are your child’s teeth school-ready?

Are your child’s teeth school-ready?

It’s the same every January in Australia. Parents frantically preparing their kids for the school year ahead. There’s uniforms, stationary, new lunchboxes and water bottles. The queues are endless, the kids are grumpy (so are the parents) and everyone is equally dreading and looking forward to term beginning. +Read More
See a Dentistry  before your holidays

See a Dentistry before your holidays

Bags? Check. Passport? Check. Ready for much needed break? Check. But have you booked in to see your dentist? Um. No. It’s a traveler's nightmare. Far away from home (and your regular dentist), and you’re struck down with a dental issue: toothache, broken tooth or much worse. +Read More
Dental Erosion - what is it?

Dental Erosion - what is it?

Dental erosion is the loss of tooth enamel and other tooth structure from frequent exposure to strong acids. The most common causes are:
  • acidic drinks and foods
  • some medicines
  • stomach acid that regurgitates into the mouth
The loss of enamel may be slight to virtually total. In severe cases, the teeth can be dissolved down to the gum line. +Read More
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