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An Armadale dentist shares 4 things you do wrong when brushing your teeth

Like most dentists, we recommend brushing your teeth at least twice daily for a minimum of 2-3 minutes.

However, it isn’t enough to just brush your teeth – if you want to maintain dental health and a shiny smile, you need to brush your teeth properly!

By | January 28th, 2019|Dental treatment, Oral health|0 Comments

Our Armadale dentist shares some unmissable signs of gum disease

Feeling a throbbing pain in your swollen or red gums?

If you’re sick of putting up with pain and want to find a solution (and discover the cause!) of those inflamed gums, make a resolution this year to take care of your oral health and teeth!

You might have noticed the […]

By | January 7th, 2019|Oral health|0 Comments

Our dentist in Armadale shares 7 foods you should be eating!

We all know that certain foods aren’t very good for your teeth.

Lollies, soft drinks, alcohol… blacklisted food and drinks go on and on.

Every time you go to your dentist or even open the morning paper, it seems like the list of foods you need to cut out of your […]

By | November 23rd, 2018|Oral health|0 Comments

An Armadale dentist shares how to take care of your gums

How well do you take care of your gums?

As important as your teeth are, your gums also play a significant role in oral health. After all, what do you think holds your teeth in place?

Compared to your pearly whites however, few people put a high value on their gums.

By | November 9th, 2018|Oral health|0 Comments

Your dentist in Armadale highlights the signs of unhealthy gums

When most people talk oral health, they’re referring to their teeth.

While your pearly whites are no doubt important, they’re not the only thing in your mouth you need to look after. A problem in one of them can lead to serious health ramifications beyond your mouth.

Case in point: your gums.

When ignored, unhealthy […]

By | July 10th, 2018|Oral health|0 Comments

Ouch – bleeding gums! Our Armadale dentist explains gingivitis & periodontitis

Have you noticed your gums bleed after brushing your teeth?

After brushing or flossing, bleeding gums may reveal themselves.  Although somewhat common, this may sometimes be the first symptom of oral health problems.  Further, you may not know whether these problems are minor or serious.

Your gums are an important part of your oral health – if […]

By | June 27th, 2018|Oral health|0 Comments

Nervous? An Armadale dentist explains how sleep dentistry relieves dental phobias

A fear of dentists is one of the most common phobias out there: according to some statistics, high dental fear affects one in seven Australians.

In some cases, the fear is so deep that some patients might neglect dental check-ups entirely, suffering from conditions like toothaches in silence!

But imagine if […]

By | June 15th, 2018|Oral health|0 Comments

Our Armadale dentist explains issues associated with mouth breathing in adults

Believe it or not, mouth breathing is a serious oral health problem that affects not only your mouth, but your entire body.

Despite its importance however, mouth breathing is often completely overlooked as an oral health issue. Many don’t even know that it can be a problem at all.

We’ve talked […]

By | May 10th, 2018|Oral health|0 Comments

Escape the grind: why is teeth grinding a dental and health issue?

We often talk about “gritted teeth” when describing someone that’s determined, furious, or stressed out.

But for some of us, involuntary clenching, grinding and gnashing of your teeth is more than an obvious poker tell.

If you grind your teeth on a regular basis and you can’t control it, you […]

By | April 13th, 2018|Oral health, teeth grinding|0 Comments

Losing the battle against bad breath? Your Armadale dentist can help!

Bad breath.


No matter what you call it, living with bad breath isn’t pleasant. Not only is it uncomfortable to live with, but it can also do a number on your self-confidence!

Do you find yourself shying away from talking to people at work or in your social life on account of your breath?

If so, you’ve come […]

By | March 12th, 2018|Oral health|0 Comments