Are missing teeth getting in the way of you and a winning smile? Whether you need one or more teeth replaced, dental implants are an effective, safe and permanent solution for restoring your smile. Missing teeth can not only affect your smile and confidence, they can also affect your speech, muscle tone and face shape,… Read more »
Posts Categorised: General Dental Advice
Dry mouth syndrome affects about 10 per cent of the general population with 25 per cent of those being older people. Dry mouth syndrome is when there is not enough saliva (spit) in th e mouth. Having a dry mouth may be a symptom of an underlying problem such as certain prescription medications, symptoms may… Read more »
Toothache is one of the most common reasons for people to visit the Dentist. Even though someone may know that there is an issue, such as a cavity, they may avoid coming to the dentist because of anxiety, financial concerns, or because they do not believe there is truly a problem until pain develops. Even… Read more »
Have you noticed that cooler temperatures during Winter cause sensitivity and even soreness? We aren’t always able to avoid the cold weather, however brushing with a sensitive tooth paste may provide the relief you need. Should you be experiencing pain that prevents you from attending to your day to day life, it is always a… Read more »
As I walked through Health section at Woolies, I saw a man gazed blankly in front of the dental products. Standing in front of him was a giant wall of toothpastes, tooth brushes, flosses, mouthwashes, denture products and whitening products. As he picked up a toothpaste, he turned to look at the labels, made a… Read more »
Dental care is important regardless of your age. In a perfect world dental professionals would see dental care start from a young age and continue until well after a person turns 100. Seeing a Dentist for regular check-ups and treatment from an early age is an essential part of maintaining a healthy mouth for life…. Read more »
If you think the secret to a sparkling smile is just a speedy swish of toothpaste on your pearly whites morning and night, it’s time to brush up on your oral hygiene. Maintain good oral health with our oral health guide, sure to keep the whole family’s teeth in tip top condition.
Australia Dental Clontarf has two gentle and caring female dentists for those who prefer the feminine touch. We were so often asked by patients if we had female dentists in our team and for a short time we were without. Dr Crystle and Dr Cherie have both been very well accepted by our patients at… Read more »
Many of us don’t replace our toothbrush head every 3 months like our dentist recommends! It doesn’t matter how many times we see the faded worn bristles, the second we put that brush down, we often forget our intention to change it! There are several reasons on why we need to change our toothbrush or toothbrush… Read more »
The secret to keeping your teeth strong and healthy for life is simpler than you think, thanks to preventive dentistry. A combination of in-home oral health care and regular dental check-ups is all it takes to safeguard you and your family against dental issues that are painful, expensive and bad for your overall health.