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Preventative Dentistry

A Guide to Toothpastes available on the market today

Toothpaste is a part of everyone’s daily ritual, although the toothpastes being used can vary wildly between people due to a variety of different needs. Despite this, one thing is consistent among toothpastes – fluoride. Fluoride is the magic ingredient that helps fight acids that naturally occur in the body, as well as those present in food, from eating away at the enamel of teeth and eventually causing cavities. Due to...

Root canal myths

Root canals still maintain their reputation as long, painful, and generally terrifying dental procedures. Dental advancements have ensured that this is no longer the case, but the myths related to root canals still endure. In this blog, we demonstrate a few myths that are still circulating and point out how they no longer apply. First, what is a root canal? A root canal is a procedure that remedies the decay or trauma that...

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4 Foods Surprisingly Bad for Your Teeth

We have a very good understanding of what is bad for our teeth – sweet foods, like chocolate, lollies, cakes and everything else that tastes so great, is packed with enough sugar to cause serious damage to teeth. But there are some foods that you might not know have similarly aggressive effects on your teeth that you might enjoy just as much as sweets and coffee. We outline 4 in this...

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The importance of regular check-ups

The dentist is considered a den of misery for many. A stranger prodding, scratching and occasionally causing pain in sensitive areas can often be an unpleasant feeling. Because of this, many patients opt to not visit their dentist regularly. It’s important to remember your dentist loves you and your teeth, and only wants the best for your pearly whites. Choosing not to visit your dentist every six months can prove to...

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What Dental Problems Are Trying to Tell You About Your Health

We all know that oral health is imperative to good overall health, and having dental problems can impact the rest of your body, but what many people don’t realise is the opposite is also true. Dental problems don’t always originate in the mouth, in fact many issues that present as oral health issues originate elsewhere in the body. It is always essential to visit your dentist to treat oral health...

Sleep-Apnea

Stop the Snore: How Dentists Can Help Your Sleep Apnea

Have you ever woken in the morning after what seems like a great night sleep only to find yourself feeling fatigued? This is just one of the symptoms of sleep apnea, a condition that affects many people and is a serious medical condition. Often accompanied with disruptive snoring, sleep apnea is when you completely stop breathing while you’re asleep. It’s a tiresome condition that affects not just the patient, but...

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How to get kids interested in their own dental hygiene

It is hard to keep kids focused on anything, let alone a seemingly boring topic such as cleaning their teeth! However, there are ways you can engage your child in taking an interest in maintaining their own dental hygiene. It will pay off in the long run as they will develop positive habits for life which will have a constructive effect on their health. Here a few tips on how...

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Food for Thought: Healthy Foods that can help your Dental Hygiene Looking after your dental hygiene is very important. Regular dentist check-ups and brushing and flossing regularly definitely contributes to this, however, there are other things you can do to keep your teeth healthy and sparkling clean. The foods you consume can greatly affect the condition of your teeth. See below a few handy tips to follow and see if increasing...

Sleep-dentistry

Fear of the dentist? Why not try sleep dentistry?

Does the thought of going to the dentist fill you with unease and dread? Or maybe you suffer from anxiety when a dental visit quickly approaches on the calendar? You might even have a child or family member who hates the idea of going to any sort of dental appointment. Sleep dentistry could be your answer. Unfortunately, feelings of anxiety or trepidation can stop us from attending an appointment we could...

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The many ways the root canal procedure has changed over the years

There are few things more dreaded by Australians than a root canal. The pain, discomfort, and irritation associated with having a root canal are legendary. The fear of having to have one causes people to put off otherwise minor tooth ailments until they become serious – and then a more serious intervention is required than what was needed in the first place. The funny part of all of this is that...