The Australian Dental Association recently shared a short video on Social media, highlighting the unfair way in which some Private Health care providers offer higher rebates to policyholders that have treatment at their own contracted Dentists and Clinics, whilst others with the same policy who choose to see their own Dentist - receive a lower rebate.
Our everyday choices over time, lead to life long habits. So when it comes to food, try and choose a healthier option on a daily basis, to benefit yourself and your loved ones – long term. Read More
We would like to wish all our patients a very relaxing and enjoyable festive season!
Please "read more" for details of our availability during the holiday period. Read More
To help you navigate the private health fund market, we have put together 5 important things to consider before signing up for dental extra's cover: Read More
For many people the mere mention of a visit to the Dentist causes the palms to sweat and a flurry of possible excuses to flood our brain of other more important things we need to do – sound familiar? This reaction could be from a past bad experience, perhaps from childhood, fear of the unknown or you simply don’t think you can afford it. Read More
As the weather starts warming up and we head towards the festive season (and a busier social calendar!), now is the perfect time to get your teeth looking and feeling their very best. The benefits of a beautiful, clean, bright smile are endless. Research shows that improving appearance increases self-esteem and positively affects a person’s well-being. Read More
When it comes to your teeth, brushing is only part of a complete dental care routine - Flossing is absolute key! Flossing your teeth removes food debris and helps prevent plaque from building up in areas between your teeth and around the gum line, where toothbrush bristles just can't reach. Read More
The ADA recently shared an article via their Facebook page titled "Four myths about water fluoridation and why they're wrong". Based on a report by the National Health and Research Council (NHMRC) and written by Matthew Hopcraft, Clinical Professor, Melbourne Dental School, University of Melbourne - the article touched on four concerns that we regularly hear from our patients: Read More
If you want to do anything in Life well, you need to have the fundamental basics covered. Brushing and flossing are the keys to a healthy smile, so with a bit of knowledge and practice - you'll be able to keep your smile shining bright! Read More
Lets be honest, it is fairly common for most of us to wake up with some degree of "morning breath'. This bad breath occurs because the saliva that regularly washes away decaying food and odours during the day time, diminishes at night while we are asleep. Read More