Families everywhere will be celebrating Easter, and we have some tips to help protect your family’s dental health and help you navigate this sugary celebration. Have a Healthy Breakfast Eat a healthy breakfast that includes tooth-friendly foods like Greek yoghurt, eggs and protein, and avoid sugary...

Dental veneers are an excellent way to help perfect a smile, hiding small cracks and chips in teeth or teeth that are extensively discoloured. However, there are some common myths about treatment that we’d like to debunk. Myth 1 – Veneer Treatment is Painful Receiving veneers should...

Most children (and many adults) enjoy a sugary treat, but with the risk of tooth decay, it is worth exploring how to reduce your family’s sugar consumption. Choose Healthier Breakfast Cereals Instead of sugary and chocolatey cereals, opt for a whole-grain cereal like wheat biscuits or oatmeal,...

There’s a whole wealth of information and misinformation about how to care for your teeth on the Internet! Read on to learn the answer to commonly asked dental questions. Should I brush my teeth straight after a meal? No, it’s better to wait at least 30 minutes...

The New Year is a great time to make resolutions, so why not make one that you will improve your dental health? The great thing about this resolution is that it will almost certainly help your general health too! Eat More Fruits and Vegetables Fruits and...

Dr Michael Kozman B.D.S. Dental Surgeon. BPharm. (USYD). Dr Michael Kozman began his journey as a Pharmacist in 2012, then continued on in his education to train as a Dentist at James Cook University in Cairns, Queensland. He has been working in Adelaide for more than a year...

Female hormones can impact women in so many ways, but did you realise they can also increase your vulnerability to developing gum disease? Higher levels of oestrogen and progesterone increase the blood flow to the gums. Consequently, gum tissue becomes more sensitive to plaque and...

Christmas is a time to celebrate, and there are lots of yummy foods and drinks around. While you want to enjoy the holidays, it’s a good idea to think about your oral health a little, ensuring you start the New Year with a healthy smile. Enjoy...

The summer holidays are a wonderful time of year, filled with fun events and parties, and gift-buying and giving. Unfortunately, they are also a time when teeth are more vulnerable because of festive foods packed with sugar, or holiday-related accidents. We have outlined a few...