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  • Keeping Your Child’s Teeth Healthy

    Healthy teeth are important for general health and speech development. Early detection on dental disease and prevent destruction of the other teeth. Most dental problems can be prevented if...

  • How to maintain your nightguard

    A dental night guard can become very unpleasant pretty quickly without good care. But the good news is, you don’t need to deal with the funky smells or discolourations if you take some time to learn...

  • Veneers at Drummoyne Dental Practice

    Porcelain veneers can improve the appearance of your smile by covering the teeth. They are ceramic shells that are made to bond to the tooth.  Veneers can be used for treating chipped, discoloured or...

  • What is Molar Incisor Hypomineralisation and...

    Enamel hypomineralisation is a deficiency in the tooth substance quality resulting in opacities within the enamel.  Molar Incisor Hypomineralisation (MIH) describes the hypomineralisation of one to...

  • Oral health and Pregnancy

    Don’t let the visit to the dentist fall off your pregnancy to-do list before your baby comes. Although many women make it 9 months without any discomfort, pregnancy can worsen some conditions – or...

  • Bruxism (Teeth Grinding) - What can be done?

    Bruxism (teeth grinding) refers to an oral parafunctional activity which may occur in most humans at some point in their lives. The main characteristics are grinding of the teeth, and clenching of...

  • Oral Cancer Screening

    At Drummoyne Dental Practice, we don't just check for cavities.  Every full exam also includes screening for oral cancer, gum disease and jaw joint disorders.  The term ‘oral cancer’ refers to...

  • Snack Attack - How does snacking affect...

    Every parent should know that chocolates, lollies and fizzy drinks are bad for their child’s teeth. It’s because the sugar in these foods and drinks is harmful and causes decay, a disease that more...

  • Does your child have tooth decay?

    At Drummoyne Dental Practice, we believe that prevention is better than cure.  When children develop decay it can be distressing for both the child and the parents.  Tooth decay is a disease 50% of...

  • Sports Drinks - doing more harm than good?

    The acidity and sugar in sport drinks, especially when consumed over long periods of time or out of habit, can cause ‘tooth erosion’ and ‘decay’, which often lead to irreversible damage and the need...

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