Category: Media/Press

combat acid attack on teeth

Combat acid attack on teeth

Our teeth work hard throughout life and don’t get much of a rest. They endure incredible forces as they chew and grind our food. The hard-protective layer on the outer…

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whiter teeth

Tips to get whiter teeth

As a hygienist, most of my patients are constantly asking for tips to get whiter teeth. Unfortunately, it’s not a simple answer. It depends on the type of stain or…

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Cancer and oral care

Cancer and Oral Care

Cancer is renowned for the devastating effect it can have on the human body but what most people don’t know is that cancer and the subsequent treatments can also have…

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Fluoride in chocolate?

Is Chocolate the new Fluoride?

Not just yet, but it could be! Fluoride and our oral health Fluoride is commonly known as the stuff in toothpaste that helps our teeth to stay strong. What many…

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sleep apnea device

Sleep apnoea…what’s it all about?

Apnoea or apnea is Latin, meaning ‘breathless’ or wanting to breathe. It is a sleep disorder that affects 34% of Australians. During sleep apnoea, airflow to the lungs stops from…

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sensitive teeth

Sensitive teeth

Sensitive teeth are a common problem and has been extensively studied by researchers over the years. Teeth react to stimuli received by the nerve in the tooth. Often teeth will…

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We are open between Christmas and New Year!

24th Dec – 7.30am to 3.30pm 25th & 26th – closed 27th Dec – 7.30am to 6.30pm 28th Dec – 7.30am to 5.30pm 31st Dec – 7.30am to 3.30pm 1st…

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Dental care with Dr. Jenny Wang

Part 1: Oral health for kids By 3 years of age most kids will have all 20 primary baby teeth. Even though baby teeth will eventually be replaced by adult…

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Maintaining a healthy mouth

Did you know that eating habits play a major role in tooth decay? Sugars in the food and drinks we eat are taken up by bacteria, producing acids that attack…

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