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Sugar & Dental Health

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Most of us would be aware that sugar is bad for our teeth, but exactly why might be a little more complex than we realise. There is no doubt that sugar is a key factor in tooth decay, but certain factors can affect the severity of it’s destruction. For instance, if sugar is eaten with meals,... Read more »

Dentists Are Here to Save Your Smile!

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Regular dental check-ups are essential to maintain healthy teeth and gums. Prevention is better than cure in the long-term. Our Redcliffe dentists here at Clontarf suggest having a check-up at least once a year. If there is a problem, this may help avoid expensive root canal therapy and prevent gum disease also. Regular check-ups are... Read more »

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Healthy teeth and gums are extremely important during pregnancy. Sickness, hormones and food cravings can greatly affect your oral health which can also in turn, effect your unborn child. Gingivitis is common during pregnancy and up to 70% will suffer with this condition due to hormone changes. The condition causes gums to become red and... Read more »

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Phone the Australia Dental team immediately. For your tooth to be successfully reinserted, you must see a dentist within 30 minutes. Pick up your tooth by its crown, and be sure not to touch the tooth root as this can mean we cannot reinsert it. Bring your knocked out tooth to us in the groove... Read more »

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We understand that if you haven’t seen a dentist for a while, you may feel anxious or nervous about visiting us. But you needn’t worry – our dentists and hygienists at Australia Dental are always careful to be as gentle as possible. At your first examination with us, we will carefully assess your situation, and... Read more »

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If your erupting wisdom teeth cause a large infection, we may prescribe you antibiotics and wait until the infection has cleared, before we can assess the difficulty of removing your wisdom teeth. Depending on your situation, your wisdom teeth may be removed in our dental chair under local anaesthetic. Or, if your wisdom teeth are... Read more »

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Today’s dental technology has made dentistry as quick and pain-free as possible. Our gentle and caring dentists will do everything they can to make your visit to Australia Dental a pleasant experience. With the help of local anaesthetic, we can make having a filling a pain-free, comfortable experience.