What is Dry Mouth Syndrome? Understanding an Oral Health Problem

January 20th, 2021|Categories: Overall Wellbeing|Tags: |

Have you noticed a persistent dryness in your mouth that keeps you wanting to drink fluids more often and makes speaking, eating and swallowing more difficult? Along with these symptoms, you may also have bad breath, tooth decay, gingivitis, [...]

Gum Infection Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention for Better Overall Health

August 25th, 2020|Categories: General Dentistry|Tags: |

The World Health Report 2003 emphasises the interrelationship between oral health and our general health, wellbeing and quality of life. In its 2011 report, the Dental Health Services Victoria (DHSV) outlined further research and emerging evidence linking poor oral [...]

Periodontitis: What You Need to Know About Severe Gum Disease

July 25th, 2019|Categories: General Dentistry|Tags: |

We understand that visiting the dentist can be a scary time for many, but what is even scarier is finding out that you could possibly lose your teeth. In this post we are going to look at one oral [...]

Your Severe Toothache Emergency Dental Treatment Guide

February 19th, 2019|Categories: Dental Emergencies|Tags: |

If you’ve woken up with a bad toothache, it can be difficult to think about anything else. Unfortunately, like with any pain that you experience, it is a good sign that there is something seriously wrong in your mouth. [...]

Bruxism: What it is & How it Destroys Your Teeth

September 27th, 2018|Categories: Preventive Dentistry|Tags: |

Affecting 10% of adults & 15% of children, bruxism is a disorder that most people don’t even know that they have until someone else points it out and quite often that someone is the one who lies beside you [...]

What is Cracked Tooth Syndrome? Its Causes and Treatments

November 7th, 2017|Categories: Dental Procedures|Tags: , |

One day you’re chewing your food when suddenly you feel a sharp pain on one of your teeth. While there may be a number of causes, there is a good chance that it’s a case of cracked tooth syndrome. [...]

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