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  • 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...

  • Periodontal Disease

    Periodontal disease is the inflammation and infection of the gums. It is caused by plaque, a thick and sticky film of bacteria that builds up on the teeth. Early stages of gum disease: Bacteria in...

  • Fissure Sealants

    At Drummoyne Dental Practice, our dentists may recommend fissure sealants for you or your child. Fissure sealants are a non-invasive procedure to ensure that decay does not form in the grooves of...

  • Orthodontics

    Everyone has their own unique smile. However, not everyone may be satisfied or comfortable with theirs. At Drummoyne Dental Practice our orthodontic treatment can improve the appearance, health, and...

  • Abfraction

    What is Abfraction? Abfraction is the commonly seen condition of notching of the teeth near or even under the gum line. Though a combination of hard toothbrush bristles and improper brushing...

  • Amalgam Fillings

    Should I have amalgam fillings replaced? Amalgam fillings, or metal fillings, are fillings composed from a combination of metals that were popular and effective for fillings in the last 150 years....

  • Tooth stains: what are they and how can you...

    \ Ever looked in the mirror and wondered where the stains are your teeth are from? Stains are formed on the tooth surface once it erupts. There are three different types of tooth stains: extrinsic,...

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