Gargle Your Way through Winter, Salt Water and Your Dental Health

Using a salt water rinse to gargle with can be an effective way to help relieve mouth pain and winter sore throats. It is cheap and effective, and it is a safe alternative to using a medicated mouthwash. To make, add about half a teaspoon of salt to 250 mL of warm water, thoroughly mixingRead More [...]

Jul, 15, 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 smileRead More [...]

Jul, 15, 2021

Winter Tips for a Sensitive Mouth

As temperatures drop, it can affect your dental health. Knowing how winter can affect your oral health can help you avoid many of these problems. Canker Sores Canker sores or mouth ulcers can flare up during winter, especially if you like to eat a lot of spicy and acidic food. If you develop a cankerRead More [...]

Jun, 05, 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 yourRead More [...]

Jun, 05, 2021

How Does Food Affect Your Immune System?

You need a healthy immune system to help you fight infection and disease, and one of the easiest ways to boost your community is by following a healthy diet. When you eat healthily, it provides your body with all the vitamins and minerals and energy needed to help you fight disease. Ideally, follow a dietRead More [...]

Jun, 05, 2021

What You Should Know About Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth are the last teeth to appear, usually during your late teens or early 20s. They are right at the back of the mouth, and you have two at the top and two on the bottom. Wisdom teeth are quite large, and some people don’t have enough room to fit these extra teeth. BecauseRead More [...]

May, 20, 2021

Artificial Sweeteners and Your Oral Health

Most people know that sugar is bad for their teeth, but it’s the bacteria in your mouth that feed on sugar and cause the damage. As bacteria consume sugar, they produce acid that attacks the tooth enamel, weakening it and eventually causing cavities. Many people are trying to cut down on their sugar consumption andRead More [...]

May, 20, 2021

Five Ways to Deal with Tooth Sensitivity

If sipping an ice-cold drink or eating ice cream is a pain rather than a pleasure, you may have tooth sensitivity. This problem can arise if the tooth enamel covering your teeth wears down, exposing the softer dentine underneath. Whenever you eat or drink something hot or cold or sweet or sour, these sensations canRead More [...]

May, 20, 2021

Start the School Term with a Smile – Three Back-To-School Oral Health Tips

The start of a new school term is ideal for making sure your child has a healthy mouth. These three tips will help set you on the right path. Bring Your Child to See Our Dentist Contact us to book your child’s dental exam and cleaning. We will make sure their mouth is free fromRead More [...]

Apr, 23, 2021

Cosmetic Dentistry: How We Can Help Improve Your Smile

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

Apr, 23, 2021

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