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The most common bite problems

A misaligned bite, known as malocclusion, occurs when the teeth don\'t meet properly. A healthy bite is an important part of your overall oral health, but there are a number of issues that can cause problems in both adults and children. Read on to find out more about some of...
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What can I eat after dental implant surgery?

If you are preparing for implants, you might be wondering what to expect from the recovery period. If you have chosen to go ahead with dental implant surgery, it is important to remember that you will need to take some time to heal after the procedure. Our dental team will...
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Is Water Flossing A Better Alternative To Regular Flossing?

When it comes to achieving a gorgeous and healthy smile, flossing regularly improves your oral hygiene by taking care of your teeth and gums. Cleaning between your teeth prevents plaque from building up over time from the leftover food particles in your mouth. Creating a regular flossing routine will not...
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The Difference Between Plaque and Calculus

We all know it\'s important to brush thoroughly, floss regularly and use an antiseptic mouthwash within our oral care routine. Oral health is just as equally important as our general health. Being informed with facts and familiarising yourself with dental terminology, such as knowing the difference between plaque and calculus,...
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50 Shades Whiter: How to find the Perfect Shade for Teeth Whitening.

In today\'s culture, we are constantly being bombarded with having the perfect bright \'Hollywood Smile\' whether it\'s on our phones, online or through traditional forms of media including billboards and brochures. Upon meeting someone for the first time, naturally, our eyes are drawn to their smile as it\'s one of...
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How to Know if Your Dental Implants are Infected

Dental implants are designed to provide a foundation for replacement teeth that look, feel and function like natural teeth. Dental implants can be in place of one, multiple or entire sets of teeth depending on the desired outcome.  Maintaining correct oral hygiene is so important, particularly in the first few...
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Love and Healthy Teeth

A recent study by students at the University of Queensland has produced some loveable findings. The research, built on a previous study into adult attachment theory, has found that people in healthy and loving relationships are more inclined to regular dental check-ups. The study focused on the emotions within romantic...
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Oral Health Tips and Reminders

With a lot of dental related news in the media lately, we thought that it would be a great time to give a refresher on some oral care basics. Here are some tips on maintaining a great smile! Oral Healthcare Routine Brushing should be done twice a day and you...
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Dental Health Week

Dental health week is an opportunity for our often neglected teeth to be put into the spotlight for a change. Our oral health is so important for a number of reasons and can be improved with the use of some very simplistic measures. Through dental health week, the Australian Dental...
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Case Study Review: Replacing Missing Teeth

The effect of missing back teeth Last year we posted a case study of a patient with missing back teeth. Case Study Link: Missing Back Teeth The patient visited our practice and a number of treatments were provided to not only improve the patient\'s smile, but also the overall function of...