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Porcelain veneers can be used to treat a number of different cosmetic concerns, including chipped, broken, discolored, or smaller-than-average teeth. Here’s what you need to know before getting veneers.
Do you get bad breath under your face mask? The stench of your “mask breath” may actually reveal an existing oral health problem.
Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that are surgically placed into the jawbone. The treatment can be performed in the chair under local anaesthetic and here’s what you need to know for the procedures.
Teeth whitening toothpaste may help remove surface stains on your teeth. There is no evidence, though, that teeth whitening toothpaste has any effect on stains below a tooth’s enamel, or that it has a natural whitening effect.
Crooked teeth may increase the risk of tooth decay and gum problems as it is more difficult to clean the overlapped teeth thoroughly. Severely misaligned teeth may also negatively affect your dental cosmetics, reduce chewing efficiency and cause jaw pain.
Transparent or translucent teeth indicate enamel loss. In such instances, the affected teeth may look clear or see-through along the bottom edges you bite food with. This can lead to complications like discoloration and chips.
For some people, the joy of smiling might be affected by a condition known as a gummy smile. It’s when your smile reveals more of your gums than you’d like. In clinical terms, it’s called excessive gingival display.
People who have alcohol use disorder are three times as likely to experience permanent tooth loss, and even moderate drinking regularly can cause damage to the teeth too.
White spots usually develop on your teeth because of more than one cause. Your dentist can explain specific causes, and then determine the best way to treat your condition.
Dental veneers are thin, tooth-colored shells that are attached to the front surface of teeth to improve their appearance.
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We proudly support the Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS). We bulk bill your child’s treatment fees on site through Medicare, which means you do not have to incur any out-of-pocket expenses.
Clear aligners are a removable, invisible, comfortable and affordable alternative to braces for certain types of treatment, especially for mild crowding and minor bite issues.
We are very excited to announce that the latest Zoom WhiteSpeed Teeth Whitening is now available at Morgan Street Dental Centre!
Regular visits help us identify risks. Preventive measures can then be put in place to save you pain (and more expensive problems) in the future.
We strive to keep abreast of the latest dental science and technology so that we can confidently implement the best treatment for you on all facets of dentistry.
We are pleased to announce that we are a COVID Safe business. We have a COVID safety plan to help protect patients, staff and visitors to the practice.
Important information: During the COVID-19 pandemic additional guidelines have been designed to keep our patients and dental team team safe.
Some people naturally have more sensitive teeth than others, but if your teeth have become more sensitive suddenly or over time, this could be a sign of a dental problem.
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Great oral health begins from the moment you’re just a baby – with a little help, of course! While babies are busy developing their motor skills they are heavily reliant on you to help keep their mouths healthy and clean.
Dry socket (alveolar osteitis) is a painful dental condition that sometimes happens after you have a permanent adult tooth extracted. Dry socket is when the blood clot at the site of the tooth extraction fails to develop, or it dislodges or dissolves before the wound has healed.
Just like hair colour, the tint of our teeth differs from person to person, therefore treating any type of discolouration different for everyone. Talk to our dentist to identify the cause of your discolouration and get the right treatment for you.
Each whitening option offers different results over various timeframes. So the question is, which one works best? And more importantly, which one suits you best?
People often assume that sparkling water is a healthy choice, but some have suggested that it’s not as great as it seems. Is sparkling water bad for your teeth? Here’s what you need to know about sparkling water.
Missing teeth can affect more than just your appearance. If you’ve lost one or more teeth, plugging the gap can lower your risk of oral health problems and support the healthy teeth on either side so they don’t shift and become crooked.
By taking an x-ray of your mouth, your dentist can get a more complete picture of your teeth, jaws and other structures. This can help them to diagnose problems with greater accuracy and to plan treatments more effectively.
If you’re not overly thrilled to visit the dentist, you’re not alone. We’ve hand-picked the latest pain-free dental technology, sourced experienced dentists and done our research to ensure you walk out with a smile.
For a lot of people, holidays mean a chance to get some dental work done “on the cheap” overseas. There are a number of things that you need to consider before jumping in with two feet.
Like all treatments, there can sometimes be risks involved. That’s why organisations such as the Australian Dental Association (ADA) recommend that you consult with your dentist rather than buying teeth whitening products from a store.
You need to have good oral health and general health to be suitable for dental implants. Age by itself is not a barrier – except when it comes to young patients whose jaws may not be fully developed yet.
Depending on your preference, budget and dental condition, there are several factors to consider when it comes to selecting the right material for your dental veneers.
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