Dental

Dental Implants

A dental implant is a piece of metal that looks like a screw. It is put into the jaw where the missing tooth’s roots were. Over time, bone grows around the implant, which helps to hold it in place. An artificial tooth, or crown, is then attached to the metal to fill in the gap…

Thumb Sucking

It’s normal for babies to suck their fingers and thumbs as they are born with a reflex to suck any object placed in their mouth. This behaviour helps during the first few months of establishing feeding and disappears at around four months. There are usually no long-term ill-effects from thumb sucking in early childhood and…

Are you experiencing dental anxiety?

If you are feeling nervous or anxious when you think about coming to the dentist, you are not alone. Many people often put off their dental appointments and treatment or just avoid coming to the dentist altogether because of such severe anxiety. Unfortunately, this puts your oral health at risk. Many people experience anxieties due…

Mouthguards

Mouth guards are devices used to protect your teeth from grinding or clenching while you sleep or from injuries while you play sports. They can also help to reduce snoring and relieve obstructive sleep apnea. Mouth guards can reduce the risk of dental injuries. Sport, leisure and recreation activities are the most common cause of…

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth are the molars (back teeth) that come through last, usually in your late teens or early 20s. This is a normal part of mouth development. There are usually four wisdom teeth – two in the upper jaw and two in the lower jaw – but some people have more, fewer, or even none…

Use it or Lose it EOFY

The end of financial year is fast approaching and we want to ensure all our patients are getting the most from their private health insurance. Some health insurance benefits will expire on 30th of June 2020. This means you may lose any benefits you have left as they do not roll over to the new…

Invisalign

Now that life in Queensland is rapidly returning to normal you can now start to look into getting those teeth straightened up and improve your smile. Invisalign really is for anyone who has the slightest adjustment they are wanting corrected to anyone needing major correction of crooked teeth and overbites. There are many benefits of…

Access Your Super for Dental Treatment

If you need dental implants or major dental work but have no idea how you’re going to pay for it, you could qualify for the Early Release of Superannuation. This has been made available to provide you with access to your funds when you need it most. Dental surgery involves numerous procedures, technologically advanced equipment…

Dental Restrictions Eased

With dental restrictions eased to level 2, we can now offer a wider range of treatment whilst still ensuring the safety of our patients and staff. The treatments we can now do include but are not limited to are: 🦷 Examinations and consultations 🦷 Fillings, crowns and root canals under isolation 🦷 Cleans with hand…