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Cosmetic dentistry: how we can help improve your smile

Cosmetic dentistry is becoming increasingly popular, and there is a wide range of exciting treatments to help improve your smile. Some, such as teeth whitening, dental bonding and white fillings, crowns, bridges and veneers, are relatively quick to complete. Others, like braces and dental implants, take longer but can provide results that last for years […] Read more

Apr, 16, 2021

Five bad habits that can damage your teeth

Your teeth are amazing as they help you to talk and eat properly and support your facial muscles. However, daily habits can damage them. We’ve listed five of the worst offenders. Smoking Smoking increases the risk of gum disease and premature tooth loss and stains your teeth. It can also increase the risk of oral […] Read more

Apr, 16, 2021

Be proud of your mouth. The importance of world oral health day

Did you know it is world oral health day on the 20th of March? It’s a day when dental professionals worldwide try to raise awareness about the importance of good dental health. This year the theme is “Be Proud of Your Mouth”. We think it is a wonderful theme and hope to inspire our lovely […] Read more

Mar, 15, 2021

Dental injury and sport, How to gain the most out of your mouthguard

Did you know that most dental injuries occur while people are enjoying sporting and recreational activities? Those aged under 25 are more at risk. Unfortunately, a dental injury can be painful and expensive to treat and can harm the appearance of your smile. It can result in knocked out or chipped teeth, a broken jaw, […] Read more

Mar, 15, 2021

Our snack smart guide! How to have an easy Easter with your chocolaty treats

Enjoy your Easter treats with our easy tips. Buy better quality chocolate in smaller quantities Instead of bulk buying cheaper chocolate, choose quality over quantity and savour each bite. Remember, darker chocolate is a bit healthier as it contains antioxidants. Share the joy If you do buy too much, you don’t need to eat it […] Read more

Mar, 15, 2021

Are dental x-rays safe?

Dental x-rays are a very useful diagnostic tool. They show dentists areas that are invisible to the naked eye, including tooth roots and the contact areas between teeth. X-rays allow dentists to make a quicker and more accurate diagnosis and detect potential problems more easily. While x-rays do emit some radiation, modern digital dental x-rays […] Read more

Feb, 12, 2021

Tooth tips for tots

Choosing the right toothpaste and toothbrush for your little one can be confusing, so follow our simple tips. Choosing and Using Toothpaste When selecting your child’s toothpaste, look for the Australian Dental Association (ADA) seal of approval. This means the manufacturer has provided data showing the toothpaste is safe and effective. Other toothpaste brands may […] Read more

Feb, 12, 2021

Why mouthguards are a must

If you or anyone else in your family is keen on sports, a well-fitting mouthguard is a must. Unfortunately, every year there are thousands of dental injuries where people will chip, crack or even knock out a tooth. Imagine how upset you’d be if you lost a tooth, or just pause for a moment and […] Read more

Feb, 12, 2021

Easy ways to unwind on a holiday

Holidays are meant to be relaxing, but all too often they end up being stressful. There are some simple things you can do to keep stress to a minimum. Holidays are meant to be fun not some sort of endurance test. If you have fears or phobias, such as a fear of heights, make sure […] Read more

Jan, 14, 2021

Get ready to kick start your oral health

The New Year is the ideal time to get a grip on your oral health care routine and to improve it where necessary. One way to do this is to make sure you have your next dental check-up and hygiene appointment booked well in advance. Even if your teeth and gums feel healthy, schedule an […] Read more

Jan, 14, 2021

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