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Safe Dental Care for Pregnant Women: Can the Procedure Wait or Not?

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You may be wondering whether it’s safe to have routine dental treatment when pregnant or whether you’d be better holding off until you’ve given birth. There are times when you should opt for treatment and occasions when it’s best to wait. So that there isn’t more confusion, here is an overview of safe dental care during pregnancy. When to Have Treatment While Pregnant Professional teeth cleaning and routine check-ups are recommended in pregnancy as changes to your hormone levels can leave you susceptible to gum infections. Read More»

The Truth Behind 3 Myths About Your Child's Teeth

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As a parent, you’ll want to do everything you can to keep your child happy and healthy. With all of the conflicting advice online and from family and friends, it can be difficult to know what to do. Your child’s first teeth are important, so here is the truth behind three myths that you might have heard about your child’s oral health.   1. Baby toothpaste is best for young children. Read More»

Should I go overseas for my dental treatment?

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The idea of combining a tropical holiday with getting your expensive dental work done for less has gained some popularity. Overseas dental procedures are often advertised as being of the same quality as dental work that is performed in Australia. However there are some very good reasons why it is still better to get your work performed by a dentist in Australia.  Limited follow up care If you have work performed overseas, you will usually be back home within a week. Read More»

Everything You Need To Know About Denture Repair

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If you have dentures there is a good possibility that at some point you will need to have them repaired. Daily wear and tear can, over time, cause problems that will need to be repaired in order for your dentures to function properly. Sometimes these repairs can be handled on the spot while other repairs may require you to send your dentures to a dental lab. Either way, taking care of repairs as soon as they happen will extend the life of your dentures. Read More»