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  • Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)

    If you are an overseas student studying in Australia you may be a recepient of the Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC), e.g. nib Saudi Health Cover. The nib Saudi Health Cover gives you $5500 per...

  • Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission Patients

      Drummoyne dental practice is happy to see Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission (SACM) patients. We understand it is difficult to be away from your home country.  We can be your SACM Dentist and look...

  • Fussy Eaters

    What do you do if your child won't eat their meal? Step 1: Avoid battles – remove the uneaten food without making a fuss. Step 2: Never replace the uneaten meal with an unhealthy food or drink. Tell...

  • Maintaining Your Smile After Orthodontic...

    Many people believe that orthodontic methods such as braces, Clear Correct, and Invisalign are a one and done method to correct their smile. Unfortunately, this is incorrect. Teeth are like springs,...

  • Clinical Perio Analysis

    At Drummoyne Dental Practice we believe in preventive dentistry. When you come in for a regular 6 monthly check up and clean, we assess any growing problems and discuss them before they grow into a...

  • The Hidden Harm of Sweet Drinks for both...

    It is widely known that sodas are one of the leading causes of tooth decay in children (and adults). However, sodas are not the only sweet drink that can exacerbate tooth decay. Drink including fruit...

  • When and How to Stop the Bottle

    Many parents wonder when the right time to stop the bottle is, and it can be hard to even try as many children become attached to them. But the NSW Centre for Oral health Strategy recommends that...

  • Crowns and Bridges

    Crowns are often the best way to save a tooth that has been weakened due to tooth decay, root canal or trauma. A crown fits over the existing natural tooth and replaces the natural crown, the part...

  • Cracked Tooth Syndrome

    Cracked tooth syndrome relates to a variety of symptoms and signs caused by a crack in a tooth. Most cracked teeth can be saved. If a crack is located and treated early, the dentists at Drummoyne...

  • Dental Erosion

    Dental erosion is the loss of tooth enamel and other tooth structure from frequent exposure to strong acids. The most common causes are: Acidic drinks and foods Some medicines Stomach acid that...

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