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What Causes These 3 Common Types of Sleep Apnoea

Sleep apnoea is an extremely common yet serious sleep disorder. Often causing fatigue and concentration difficulties, untreated it can have major health consequences and lead to issues like high blood pressure and heart trouble. The good news is that it is easily treatable, and treatments can involve something as simple as a trip to a qualified local dentist.

Here is everything you need to know about the two types of sleep apnoea, and what to do if you think you may be suffering from the condition.

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Are there Risks to North Sydney Teeth Whitening?

Teeth whitening is among the most common procedures for our patients here in North Sydney. It is a quick and easy method of brightening your smile and encouraging a youthful visage, and thousands of Sydneysiders ask their dentist every year. However, questions often arise about its level of safety. Read more

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The Importance of Mouth Guards

The humble mouthguard has been around for over a century. Originally developed in Germany, they were intended to prevent lip lacerations among boxers. Their usefulness was quickly found to extend beyond this. Read more

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Unique Invisalign Braces for North Sydney

Many young Australians will require their teeth to be corrected over the course of their adolescence. The growth of their face and jaw, along with that of their wisdom teeth, can distort their teeth, and result in them coming in crookedly. Crowding, underbites and overbites can look poorly at the best of times and can be dysfunctional to eating or breathing at the worst. 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