The thought of spring is enough to make anyone smile, but if your teeth look less than fabulous, they could be due for a spring cleaning. Follow our easy tips on how to refresh your dental care regime. Spring Clean Your Dental Care Products Now is a...

If you have noticed your breath smells nasty when wearing a face mask, you can’t necessarily blame it on the mask as it could be a dental health problem. Many people have halitosis or bad breath, and wearing a mask makes it easier to smell...

There are many different options to help improve your smile, and one of the easiest is to use dental bonding. Dental bonding uses tooth coloured composite resin to restore the appearance of teeth. It is a versatile material suitable for a wide range of circumstances. You...

If you answered no, you are not alone. It’s estimated around two-thirds of people are not entirely happy with the appearance of their teeth. Common complaints include having stained and discoloured teeth or teeth that are overcrowded or are missing entirely. The good news is...

Most people know they should brush their teeth at least twice a day, but do you know why it’s so important to brush your teeth before you go to bed? You probably have several meals and perhaps a few snacks and plenty of different drinks on...

We all reach for the sugary stuff occasionally, for a quick energy boost or when we feel sad, tired or bored, but if you are consuming too much sugar, here are some easy tips to help reduce your consumption. Stop and think why you need...

Common oral diseases like tooth decay and gum disease are preventable with proper dental care. Follow these easy tips to help keep your teeth and gums healthy. Brush regularly but gently, using a soft-bristled toothbrush. Brushing too vigorously can damage your teeth and gums. Use...

It will soon be Dental Health Week here in Australia as this event runs from the 2nd to the 8th of August. It is the Australian Dental Association's major promotional campaign where dentists everywhere aim to educate patients about the importance of looking after their...

As your child grows up, we keep a close eye on the development of their teeth and jaws. The following conditions are rare but treatable. Hypodontia and Anodontia Hypodontia is where several teeth don’t develop. Anodontia is where some or all the teeth fail to form. It...