What should I do in a dental emergency?

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Dental emergencies are sometimes unavoidable, but you can still make sure you're prepared. Learn what to do when accide... Continue reading

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My tooth has cracked. What can I do?

Playing sport can be a major cause of chipped or broken teeth.

A broken tooth can be a distressing experience, and it affects more than just your appearance. Finding out what to do i... Continue reading

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How Medications Can Affect Your Oral Health

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Before you take any kind of medication – prescription, over-the-counter or herbal – you should find out ab... Continue reading

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Professional vs over-the-counter tooth whitening: What's the difference?

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Whiter Teeth With Over-The-Counter Products You’ve probably seen the adverts for these products online, or you'... Continue reading

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Pregnancy and Teeth

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Pregnancy causes huge changes in many parts of your body. But did you know it can affect your teeth and gums? Hormone... Continue reading


10 funny facts about teeth

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10 funny facts about teeth Oral health is important and needs to be taken seriously, but there's always room for humour... Continue reading

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20 celebrities with fake teeth

20 celebrities with fake teeth

Have you ever wondered how celebrities maintain perfect teeth all through their careers? While for many it's a case of f... Continue reading

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Caring About Dental Caries

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Almost one third of Australians have dental caries, commonly known as tooth decay. If it's left untreated, this can lead... Continue reading

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Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding with a surgical or invasive procedure, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.