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Introducing EMS Airflow Therapy – The Greatest Dental Spa Experience

Traditionally teeth are cleaned professionally by scaling them, using hand tools to scrape away hardened tartar (calculus). However, there is a newer technology called EMS Airflow, which is faster, more efficient, and more comfortable. What is EMS Airflow Therapy? Instead of scaling your teeth, this therapy uses a pressurised stream of warm water, air and […] Read more

Sep, 14, 2021

Spring Cleaning Benefits for Your Teeth

The thought of spring is enough to make anyone smile, but if your teeth look less than fabulous, they could be due for a spring cleaning. Follow our easy tips on how to refresh your dental care regime. Spring Clean Your Dental Care Products Now is a perfect time to throw out any toothpaste or […] Read more

Sep, 14, 2021

Five Benefits of CEREC Same Day Crowns

Traditionally crowns take two or more weeks to make, but CEREC crowns are made and fitted on the same day. Five benefits of these crowns include: Treatment is minimally invasive as there is no need for an ordinary tray impression. Instead, we take a highly accurate digital scan of your teeth using a tiny camera. […] Read more

Sep, 14, 2021

Sugar and your teeth

Everyone knows sugar is bad for teeth, and it is well-known for causing cavities. This is because when you eat sugary foods, the leftover particles feed bacteria found in dental plaque. These bacteria create acid as a by-product, which in turn weakens tooth enamel. Repeated exposure to these acids eventually wears through the tooth enamel, […] Read more

Aug, 17, 2021

Don’t go to bed without brushing your teeth

Most people know they should brush their teeth at least twice a day, but do you know why it’s so important to brush your teeth before you go to bed?   You probably have several meals and perhaps a few snacks and plenty of different drinks on an average day. By the end of the […] Read more

Aug, 17, 2021

Dentistry for Kids: How to make your child’s appointment easier

Good preventive dentistry is essential to help ensure your little one grows up with strong, healthy teeth, and it is best to start early. The sooner your child gets into the routine of seeing a dentist regularly, the more likely they will see it as a normal part of life and nothing to fear. So […] Read more

Aug, 17, 2021

Eight Tips for Healthy Teeth and Gums

Common oral diseases like tooth decay and gum disease are preventable with proper dental care. Follow these easy tips to help keep your teeth and gums healthy. Brush regularly but gently, using a soft-bristled toothbrush. Brushing too vigorously can damage your teeth and gums. Use fluoride toothpaste to help protect your teeth against tooth decay. […] Read more

Jul, 12, 2021

Can Increasing Your Vitamin C Intake Help with Bleeding Gums?

A recent study has found that too little vitamin C could contribute towards bleeding gums and that merely increasing your brushing and flossing routine may not be enough to reverse this problem. Frequently, bleeding gums are a sign of periodontal disease, a bacterial infection that causes inflammation, destroying the gums and bone around teeth, eventually […] Read more

Jul, 12, 2021

Dental Health Week, Keep Your Smile for Life

It will soon be Dental Health Week here in Australia as this event runs from the 2nd to the 8th of August. It is the Australian Dental Association’s major promotional campaign where dentists everywhere aim to educate patients about the importance of looking after their oral health. The theme for 2021 is keeping your smile […] Read more

Jul, 12, 2021

Why Do My Teeth Hurt When I Have a Cold?

When you have a cold is not uncommon to have tooth pain or gum pain, and most of the time, it’s nothing to worry about. Here are two of the most common reasons why you may have painful teeth during a cold. Sinus Pressure When you have a cold, your sinus cavities just above your […] Read more

Jun, 10, 2021

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