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How to Prevent Dental Emergencies This Christmas

How to Prevent Dental Emergencies This Christmas

With so much to think about over the holidays, a visit to the emergency dental clinic probably isn't a distraction you need. However, the festive period is typically when teeth are most prone to decay and accidents. Accidents can always happen, but by taking care when choosing food and drink and pla..... Read more

Category: General Dental

What to Do If a Permanent Tooth Falls Out

What to Do If a Permanent Tooth Falls Out

Losing a tooth can be an upsetting experience, but trying to stay calm and knowing what to do in such a dental emergency could improve your chances of a full recovery. Your dentist may even be able to reattach a knocked-out tooth, depending on its condition and how soon able to get to the dental cli..... Read more

Category: Dental Emergency, Restorative Dentistry

Risks of Dental Tourism: Beware of Cheap Dental Treatments Overseas

Risks of Dental Tourism: Beware of Cheap Dental Treatments Overseas

We know that dental care isn't always cheap. A 2013 survey found that almost a third of Australians (32%) avoid or delay getting dental treatment because they're worried about the cost.[1] For some people, flying overseas for cheaper dental treatments for can be a tempting alternative. However, dent..... Read more

Category: Cosmetic Dentistry, Restorative Dentistry, General Dental

How to Prevent Dental Injuries

How to Prevent Dental Injuries

Teeth are strong, but they're not indestructible. They can be damaged if you get hit in the face, trip and fall or bite something hard, while a tooth that's already been weakened can be damaged more easily.While some accidents can't be prevented, you can lower the risk of your teeth getting chipped,..... Read more

Category: Dental Emergency

4 Ways to Prevent Dental Accidents

4 Ways to Prevent Dental Accidents

Whether it's a motor vehicle accident; sporting injury; slip, trip or fall; or something you ate; dental accidents can happen at any time – but that doesn't mean you can't take steps to protect your teeth, gums and jaws from injury. This way, you can help lower the risk of your teeth getting chipped..... Read more

Category: Dental Emergency, General Dental