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Can a Cracked or Knocked Out Tooth Be Fixed?

Can a Cracked or Knocked Out Tooth Be Fixed?

Tooth enamel may be the hardest material in the body, but teeth can still crack under pressure. Cracks in teeth can expose the softer inner layers of teeth to bacteria and may even lead to tooth loss without treatment. More severe injuries could see you losing a tooth altogether. A cracked tooth isn..... Read more

Category: Dental Emergency, Restorative Dentistry

10 New Year Resolutions for Better Oral Health

10 New Year Resolutions for Better Oral Health

If you've got a nagging toothache, a suspected cavity, or you think you could be taking better care of your teeth generally, there's no time like New Year for making some positive changes to your health. Oral health is linked with general health and wellbeing in many ways, so lowering your risk of t..... Read more

Category: General Dental

10 Invisalign® Myths and Misconceptions

10 Invisalign® Myths and Misconceptions

If any of your teeth are crooked, crowded, stick out or have gaps, the thought of wearing braces might have put you off orthodontics in the past. Made from clear plastic and virtually invisible on the teeth, Invisalign clear aligners can be an alternative to braces for people who are concerned abou..... Read more

Category: Cosmetic Dentistry

Porcelain Veneers vs. Composite Veneers

Porcelain Veneers vs. Composite Veneers

If you want to cover up tooth stains, gaps, minor damage or other aspects of your smile you're not happy with, your dentist might suggest dental veneers as an option. Veneers are thin coverings that can replace the front surface of your teeth to give you a whiter or more even smile. If you are inter..... Read more

Category: Cosmetic Dentistry

How Do You Keep Your Teeth As You Age?

How Do You Keep Your Teeth As You Age?

As access to dental care and education about good oral hygiene keep improving, more Australians are keeping their teeth into old age. The most recent National Dental Telephone Interview Survey in 2013 found that more than 80% of people aged 65 and over still had some of their natural teeth remaining..... Read more

Category: General Dental