Australia Dental Clontarf now offers Orthodontic and Botox treatment

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Clontarf has extended their after hours appointments every Wednesday and now offers Orthodontic and botox treatment for your convenience. You may ask “Why botox in dentistry”? Botox is now being increasingly used in dentistry due to its therapeutic uses in treatment of certain oral conditions. Botox therapy is a minimally invasive procedure and is showing some… Read more »

Pokemon are Go at Clontarf!

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It’s confirmed! Our Clontarf practice contains Pokemon! Our current Facebook competition is up and running with the chance to win a FREE electric toothbrush. Be sure to check our Facebook page for more details   Fun fact:- Dr Crystle is an avid Pokemon Go fan and apparently there are some very desirable Pokemon characters… Read more »

Free Child Dental Benefits under threat!

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The future of the Child Dental Benefits Schedule is under threat. Up to 3.4 million children will be effected if the federal government axes the CDBS in this year’s budget. The importance of preventative dentistry for children is imperative. Statistics show that the state of a child’s overall health, including dental health, has an impact… Read more »

“Toofus too Furious”

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Some of you may already be aware of Australia Dental’s mascot, Toofus.  Something you may not be aware of, is that he has his very own Facebook page! When you visit our Clontarf or Burpengary practice be sure to ask for your very own Toofus. We encourage you to like his page, snap Toofus in… 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 »