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Haven’t Been to the Dentist in Years? Here’s What to Expect

August 27th, 2018|Categories: Dental Hygiene|Tags: , |

If you’ve been hiding out from the dentist, we guarantee you certainly are not alone. Many people who haven't been to the dentist in a long while are reluctant to go back because they're embarrassed of their teeth and some [...]

Beat the Pre-Dental Panic with These Essential Oral Health Care Steps

May 24th, 2018|Categories: Dental Hygiene|Tags: |

Looking after your oral and dental health is important to your overall well-being and in making sure you catch any dental and oral health issues early, before they become big issues. To save you from panicking just before your [...]

Sugar vs. Teeth: The What’s What of a Sweet Epidemic

November 29th, 2017|Categories: Preventive Dentistry|Tags: , |

We all know that eating sugary foods adversely affects our teeth and can cause decay. We even teach our children about sugary foods and drinks in order to help their teeth stay healthy. But did you know that it’s [...]

How to Confidently Handle the 5 Most Common Dental Emergencies

November 29th, 2017|Categories: Dental Emergencies|Tags: |

Ouch! Got a pain in your tooth? Don’t take any chances and read on to find out how you can handle 5 of the most common emergencies we encounter here at Coburg Hill Oral Care. Knocked out teeth Broken [...]

Why Do We Need to Have Regular Dental Visits?

November 27th, 2017|Categories: Preventive Dentistry|Tags: , |

Many people are guilty of only visiting a dental professional when they have a problem of some sort. Sometimes it’s a filling that fell out; sometimes it’s a lot more serious and a lot more costly. This can be [...]

Getting Your Kids to Brush Their Teeth: Dental Hygiene Made Easy

October 12th, 2017|Categories: Pediatric Dentistry|Tags: |

A national study by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2016) revealed that over 40% of Australian children aged 5-10 years had some form of tooth decay. In fact, preventable hospitalisations from dental conditions is the most common cause [...]