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  • Dental X-rays

    There’s a lot going on in your mouth that is not visible to the naked eye - dental X-rays allow your dentist to see what’s happening below the surface. By taking X-rays, your dentist is provided with...

  • Pregnancy

    So you’re expecting a baby? Congratulations! In the midst of all the things you need to think about, worrying about seeing your dentist may not be very high on the list. But your dental health has a...

  • Flossing

    If you’re relying solely on brushing to keep your teeth clean, you’re missing nearly half the surface area of your teeth which, unsurprisingly, lies between them. For that reason alone, flossing...

  • ClearCorrect at Drummoyne Dental Practice

    BENEFITS Invisible ClearCorrect does the job of aligning your teeth without being noticed by other people. Removable You can eat whatever you like by just removing ClearCorrect. There are no wires to...

  • Diet and Nutrition

    The health of your teeth and gums can be affected by everything you eat and drink. Tooth decay is a diet related disease which occurs when sugars in food and drinks are taken up by bacteria that...

  • 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...

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