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Five Steps to a Life Long Smile

With discipline, healthy habits and regular visits to the dentist, a lifelong smile is easy to achieve. Here are five steps to achieving a lifelong smile. Start at home It starts at home. Establish a routine for oral care, brushing…

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Lift Your Smile with Dental Veneers

A smile is the best thing you can put on in the morning, but not everyone is confident with theirs. Lift your smile with dental veneers, a unique cosmetic enhancement that will help correct or improve your teeth.   What…

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Gap Free Dental – Why Wouldn’t You?

Young children learn about experiences from what they hear. Positive perceptions of visits to the dentist start at home. Saying positive things about dental appointments and educating them on the importance of oral health from an early age will help…

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Preventative Dental for Kids

What is preventative dentistry? Preventative dentistry is simply ensuring you have regular check-ups at the dentist to keep your teeth healthy. Regular visits to the dentist help avoid tooth decay, cavities, gum disease and more. In Australia 3 in 10…

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Common Dental Problems in Children

As a parent, your child’s oral development will be incredibly important to you. Fortunately, many of the dental problems small children encounter are very normal and easily treatable at home or by a child dentist. Consult the list below to…

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How to Maintain Healthy Teeth for Life

You’ve only got one smile, so it’s important you look after it properly. Practicing good dental healthcare is essential for a fresh, clean, healthy mouth, and is just as important as keeping your skin and hair in good condition. By…

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Replacing Your Child’s Toothbrush

The best way to maintain a child’s oral health is to make sure they brush their teeth twice a day and floss at least once. But all these efforts will be in vain if your child is brushing with an…

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Top 5 Causes of Stained Teeth and When to Whiten

Your teeth can become discoloured because of surface stains or changes inside the tooth. When the outer layer of the tooth (the enamel) is stained, it’s an extrinsic discolouration. When the inner structure (the dentin) of tooth yellows or darkens,…

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Why You Should Visit the Dentist Every 6 Months

Even if you take good care of your teeth and gums at home it’s still very important to schedule regular dental examinations and teeth cleaning with a professional dentist. This will ensure you’re maintaining good dental hygiene and oral health…

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