Has it been a while since your family saw our dentist? The school holidays are the perfect time to catch up on dental visits and any planned treatments. According to research, over 40% of children aged between five and 10 have tooth decay in their baby...

A good dental routine combined with regular dental checkups is only part of the equation needed to maintain good oral health. Unfortunately, even people who follow this routine can still develop dental problems if they are deficient in certain vitamins and minerals, especially Vitamin D. Vitamin...

We were thrilled by the news that the Australian Government is continuing to fund the Children’s Dental Benefits Scheme through 2022. If you have kids, you may already know a bit about this programme, which helps ensure children aged between two and 17 can access...

Have you looked at your teeth closely recently and perhaps noticed some craze lines? These can look alarming but are most likely not a cause for concern. Typically, craze lines only affect the tooth enamel and are superficial. Why Do Craze Lines Develop? They often develop due...

There’s nothing worse than seeing your child in pain, and unfortunately, toothache is common. There are many reasons why a child can develop a toothache. It can be due to a cavity, food trapped between teeth, or where a tooth is erupting and has started...

With Halloween around the corner, many children are looking forward to receiving bags of sweets. Although Halloween is enjoyable, having a plan in place can prevent it from impacting your child’s oral health. Eating Sweets at the Right Time The best time for your child to eat...