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Root Canal

Root canal is a process that gets rid of the pain of your problematic tooth. The pain is caused when a cavity is so deep that it touches the nerve of your tooth or if you’ve had a filling in the past that was very close to the nerve. Read more

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No Age or Sex Restrictions for Cosmetic Dental Treatments

It is a common misconception that one may be too old for a cosmetic dental treatment. Age is never a barrier when it comes to crafting that perfect smile. Losing your teeth as you age hardly has anything to do with the number of candles on your birthday cake. It is mostly caused by a lack of proper dental care. According to research, it is found that the weak gums in elderly people are mostly due to other conditions like diabetes and heart diseases. Read more

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To Smile without Hesitation

Smile is a universally known expression of happiness, which is recognized by all cultures around the world. Moreover, smiling has a positive effect on your well-being too. A smile can brighten up not just your day, but of others around you as well. Read more

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The Importance of Recalls for Maintenance and Prevention of Gum Disease

Do you find blood on your toothbrush every time you brush your teeth? Do you find your gum line receding by the day? It is very likely that you are suffering from gum disease, also known as periodontitis. A whopping 20% of Australian adults have gum disease and may not even realise it. If identified earlier, the damage could be reversed, but once the gums and the teeth within begin to deteriorate, you can only limit the damage with regular dental treatments. Read more

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Here’s Why it’s Time to Replace Your Amalgam Fillings

Updated 16/05/2022

Time to Kiss Your Amalgam Fillings Goodbye

Did you get a filling many years ago and it’s starting to wreak havoc on your teeth? Perhaps your teeth may even be breaking or causing extreme pain. Unfortunately, this is a common symptom of amalgam fillings which were the standard of care up until only a few years ago. Amalgam fillings, also known as silver fillings, have been used for over a hundred years by dentists all over the world to fill a decaying tooth to protect it from further damage. Read more