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What’s the meaning of a white tongue? Your questions, answered!

You know what your tongue is supposed to look like – so it’s only natural to get worried when you wake up in the morning, go to brush your teeth and notice that your tongue is white or discoloured!

A white tongue isn’t normal, and can indicate a […]

By | February 11th, 2021|Emergency dentist, Oral health|0 Comments

Tooth trauma? Here’s what you should do to save your teeth

Tooth Trauma is unsettling and can be problematic and uncomfortable. 

Whether it’s a broken tooth or an injury-related accident, tooth trauma can happen anytime. 

Most of the time it can require immediate attention from an emergency dentist in Melbourne!

Ignoring your tooth injury or waiting until the […]

By | January 28th, 2021|Emergency dentist, Oral health|0 Comments

6 signs tooth pain is serious – and why you need urgent dental care

Tooth pain – not again! 

There’s nothing more frustrating – and painful – than dealing with sharp and throbbing pain in your mouth. Not only does it disrupt your daily routine, but oftentimes it requires urgent dental treatments.

From sudden tooth pain to that dull throbbing every time you chew, tooth […]

Are you experiencing any of these dental issues again and again?

You’ve been dealing with the same dental problems on an ongoing basis. They come in and out like the tide. You’re starting to feel like you’re always waiting for the moment you teeth will once again return to their healthy and pain-free former selves.

And most of the time… you just keep […]

By | December 22nd, 2020|Dental treatment, Emergency dentist, Oral health, Toothache|0 Comments

Our emergency dentist is available throughout Christmas!

Dental emergencies can happen anytime – and that includes during the Christmas holidays – probably one of the worst times possible (say goodbye to all that Christmas food!)

One day you’re feasting with family, the next day you’re dealing with a toothache, infection or a broken tooth. 

No one wants to […]

4 tips for teething babies – including their first dental visit

Any parent whose child has gone through teething knows that it often comes with many a sleepless night spent caring for a cranky, tearful, and irritable baby.

Teething is an unavoidable physical milestone where a child’s first teeth gradually erupt between 6 and 12 months (and it’s usually followed by baby’s

By | November 25th, 2020|Children, Emergency dentist, Oral health|0 Comments

The 7 most common questions about your toothbrush!

Eeny, meeny, miny, moe… with so many choices lining the dental care aisle of your local supermarket, it can be hard to choose the perfect toothbrush for you.

It’s tempting to just pick one toothbrush at random and just stick with it.

It’s a brush, it’ll do, […]

By | November 11th, 2020|Emergency dentist, Oral health|0 Comments

What should you do when your child breaks a tooth?

As your child grows, their ability to play and freely explore the surrounding world grows, as does their natural curiosity.

Ask any parent, and they’ll tell you that scrapes and bruises are just part and parcel of raising a young child. One thing that not quite as many parents consider however is […]

4 common questions parents ask their family dentist in Armadale

Children thrive in routines. And we aren’t just talking about your morning routine, either – it’s just as important that you make good habits into a routine while your kids are young. Trust us, it’ll pay off when they grow older!

Good oral hygiene […]

By | September 25th, 2020|Children, Dental treatment, Emergency dentist, Oral health|0 Comments

Will an emergency dentist in Armadale do wisdom tooth removal?

Wisdom tooth removal is a rite of passage – also,it may be completely unnecessary.

We’ve talked before about some of the myths of wisdom tooth removal – one of the most prevalent of which is the myth that ALL wisdom teeth must be removed.  Rather, it is […]

By | September 10th, 2020|Dental treatment, Dentist, Emergency dentist, Oral health|0 Comments
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