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Caring About Dental Caries

Person uses floss to prevent dental caries.

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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What's The Best Electric Toothbrush?

Person using electric toothbrush

If your oral hygiene needs to be improved, your dentist might recommend that you switch to an electric toothbrush. These... Continue reading

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Preventative Dental is Gentle Dental

Dentists don't just treat problems in your mouth. Their biggest focus is on trying to prevent oral health problems from ... Continue reading

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What A Family Dentist Can Do

Oral hygiene is important at all ages. Family dentists help you take care of the people you love by treating everyone in... Continue reading

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Composite vs. porcelain veneers: which is right for you?

Composite vs. porcelain veneers: which is right for you? | Blog | Ocean Reef Dental Surgery

Composite vs. porcelain veneers: which is right for you? Whether you want to cover up stains, chips, gaps or crooked te... Continue reading

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Are veneers worth it?

Are veneers worth it | Blog | Ocean Reef Dental Surgery

Are veneers worth it? If you've been looking into ways to brighten your smile or to cover up small chips, gaps and croo... Continue reading

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Toothache? Try these home remedies

Toothache? Try these home remedies

Toothache? Try these home remedies A toothache is usually a symptom of a more serious problem that can get worse if it ... Continue reading

Tags:  Bruxism,  Emergencies,  Endodontic treatment (root canal),  Gum disease,  Mouthguard,  Oral hygiene,  Teeth grinding,  TMJ Dysfunction Treatment

What causes toothache pain?

What causes toothache pain? | Ocean Reef Dental Blog

What causes toothache pain? Even if you take great care of your oral health, you're probably familiar with the pain and... Continue reading

Tags:  White fillings,  TMJ Dysfunction Treatment,  Teeth grinding,  Oral hygiene,  Mouthguard,  Gum disease,  Endodontic treatment (root canal),  Emergencies

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