Dental Advice
Australia Dental


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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.

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Many of our patients feel self-conscious about their old-fashioned amalgam fillings, and want a natural-looking alternative. At Australia Dental we can replace your old fillings with durable tooth-coloured fillings, colour matching them to the exact shade and translucency of your natural teeth for a flawless new smile.

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Using a soft bristled brush and fluoride toothpaste, brush your teeth up and down from gum to tooth around your mouth. Try not to scrub sideways, as this can cause your teeth to become very sensitive around the gum line over time. Try using an electric toothbrush with extra features like pressure sensors and timers,... Read more »

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If you have good basic oral health, we recommend you visit us every six months for a thorough examination and professional clean. At your regular visits to our friendly team, we’ll look for new signs of tooth decay, check for any broken fillings, and identify potential problems early, when they are easier and less expensive... Read more »

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Tooth decay is an entirely avoidable problem. To prevent cavities, you should: Brush twice a day and floss once a day Use a fluoride toothpaste to make your teeth surfaces more resistant to acid Limit your intake of sugary foods or drinks, and eat a balanced diet Visit the Australia Dental team regularly for a... Read more »

Regional Health Summit - Clontarf Beach SHS

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Australia Dental Clontarf was proud to be invited to participate in the first Regional Health Summit, held by Clontarf Beach State High School. Our practice was one of 30 health industry exhibitors involved in the Summit. The Career’s Day was aimed at Year’s 10, 11 and 12 from ten various High School’s in the region.... Read more »