Why Regular Dental Check-ups are Important for Children

With studies suggesting that around one in four Australian children have untreated tooth decay and with about half of all six-year-olds experiencing some form of tooth decay, it’s clear that many children just aren’t receiving the oral hygiene advice and preventative dental treatment they need to form the basis for a lifetime of good dental health. There is a false belief that the dental care of baby teeth is a low priority, as they fall out anyway as the child grows.

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Dental Fillings

Dental fillings are used to restore a tooth that has been damaged. Damage can occur from decay or from impact that causes the tooth to

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How to Stop Toothache

For many people, a toothache can be almost unbearable. Unfortunately, it’s not always possible to get to a dentist quickly in order to get the

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What is Tooth Extraction?

Tooth extraction is a common procedure that can be used to resolve a number of pressing dental problems. Often associated with the removal of badly

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