Category Archives: Dental Blog

How To Use Interdental Brushes?

Interdental brushes are a great product at cleaning those tough to reach spaces between our teeth. Using toothbrushes will only be able to effectively clean the front and back surfaces of our teeth, which will leave bacteria untouched in those gaps. Bacteria that is left will attack the gums and teeth and overtime this can…
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How Do We Treat Badly Decayed Teeth?

As tooth decay starts to set in, our teeth can visibly start to deteriorate over a period of time. Bacteria and plaque left on teeth gets progressively worse when left untreated. This is because bacteria actively attacks the enamel of our teeth which will eventually cause caries (cavities). The best way to fight the effects…
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Why Do Wisdom Teeth Get Impacted

Wisdom teeth (known as third molars), are the last teeth to come through and we can usually expect to see them around the ages of 17-25. They are found right at the end of our upper and lower jaws. When our wisdom teeth start to come through, they can become easily impacted on adjacent teeth.…
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Protect Your Childrens Teeth When Playing Sport

So your child is playing a contact sport. Great, tell them to keep up the great work! Sport has always been a great tool to help children grow in confidence, make friends, and stay healthy. It also creates an awareness at a young age of the benefits of exercise to help keep you healthy. So,…
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How To Overcome Your Fear Of The Dentist

There has always been a negative stigma associated with going to the dentist, and in some cases this has caused patients to not visit a dentist in many years. At our practice we are big advocates at helping our patients overcome the fear of the dentist by being friendly, caring, professional and understanding. The sights…
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Tips To Prevent Toothache

Tip 1: Brush Your Teeth Brush your teeth at least twice a day. This is an obvious one, but it can be quite easy to become lazy with our brushing habits, often missing the end of day brush before bed. Our mouths and teeth will come in to contact with a lot of bacteria on…
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