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Warning signs of unhealthy gums or gum disease

Unhealthy gums are a part of a domino effect: a lack of oral health care and neglected dental visits can lead to bad teeth…

Bad teeth can lead to unhealthy gums…

And unhealthy gums can in fact have detrimental effects on your overall health.

In addition to all of this, unhealthy gums also equates to […]

By | February 23rd, 2022|Dental treatment, Dentist, Oral health|0 Comments

How to improve your children’s dental health and eating habits

The eating habits and dental care of kids and teenagers should always be a priority.

Remember when you were a kid and your parents stopped you from eating foods they deemed as unhealthy, and scare tactics like rotting teeth or even teeth that fall out?

They certainly made their point!

Those principles still apply today, as the food […]

By | September 9th, 2021|Children, Dental treatment, Oral health|0 Comments

Gum problems: why are my gums swollen and sore?

Taking care of your oral health is about more than just taking care of your teeth – it’s about looking after your entire mouth, from your teeth, to your jaw and tongue, and as the title suggests, your gums.

You can’t overlook the importance of having healthy gums

By | May 11th, 2021|Dental treatment, Emergency dentist, Oral health|0 Comments

Why should you scrape your tongue as well as brush your teeth?

What’s inside your bathroom cabinet? You’ve your toothbrush, floss, toothpaste… one thing that many people don’t have however is a tongue scraper.

While it’s often overlooked, a tongue scraper is a crucial part of your oral health routine. After all, your tongue can play host to all sorts […]

By | April 15th, 2021|Dental treatment, Oral health|0 Comments

What you need to know if you’re a mouth breather

While those of us who grew up in the 80s might remember it as an insult, mouth breathing is actually a genuine medical term, and can have a considerable impact on your oral health.

For example, are you having trouble with a dry mouth and bad breath? It might be because you […]

By | February 25th, 2021|Children, Dental treatment, Emergency dentist, Oral health|0 Comments

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 […]

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