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A new arrival to the family is often a joyous occasion and can be a big adjustment. There are so many things to learn about your new bundle of joy. Something that isn’t always well known or taught is how to provide good oral hygiene for your little one.   Good oral hygiene practices start... Read more »

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  Did you know Flossing is essential for your oral health… Floss removes food and bacteria from in between your teeth where your tooth brush cannot reach. Flossing prevents gum disease, bad breath and decay. Tips 1. If you haven’t already, make flossing apart of your daily routine. 2. To make flossing easier, floss after you... Read more »

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  Dental implants replace the roots of teeth and can be used to anchor a single dental crown or crowns, a bridge or a denture. Dental implants are usually screw shaped and made from pure titanium metal. This is used because it fuses directly to bone, a process called Osseointegration. Implants are typically 3-6 mm diameter... Read more »

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  Renovating your House/Mouth   Many patients are interested in restoring the health of their teeth and mouth and often don’t know where to start. In these circumstances we at Australia Dental Clontarf like to explain how we “renovate your mouth” using the analogy of “renovating your house!” As it turns out, the processes have... Read more »

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  Time to take a closer look at your supermarket purchases. They’re not as healthy as you might think. Being healthy is something that most of us aim for. We brush our teeth twice a day. We go for a jog around the neighbourhood. We eat a handful of nuts instead of chomping on a... Read more »

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  Australia Dental Clontarf is happy to announce  that we are now able to resume all dental treatments. The Government restrictions placed on the services that dental practices could provide have now been reduced to Level 1. Our practice will continue to implement all preventive measures and follow strict infection control protocols to the highest standard.... Read more »

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Australia Dental Clontarf will be closed over the long weekend. We will be staying home keeping our Easter eggs to ourselves 🍫 😋 We will return to normal business hours on Tuesday the 14th of April. Stay safe, and stay at home!