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Same day CEREC crowns

Dental crowns are a great solution to may dental problems. Crowns cover, protect, and in many cases, complete your smile and serve to keep it healthy. If you have ever received a crown at a practice that didn’t offer CEREC same day crowns, you would know all about the hassle of having to wait up…

New Patient Check-up and Clean Promotion

The team at Coomera Dental Centre are excited to introduce Dr Liam White. As a welcome special, we are offering an amazing promotion for new patients throughout the months of January and February. Get your initial Examination/2 X-rays/Scale & Polish/Fluoride Treatment with Dr Liam White for $149 (normally $273) or no out-of-pocket costs with your…

Happy Holidays

The festive season is upon us. Time to relax. Unwind and enjoy quality time with family and friends and indulge in all those Christmas goodies. Unfortunately toothaches and dental mishaps do not always run to holiday and Christmas schedules. Access to dental care during this busy time is our top priority. Here at Coomera Dental…

Electric vs manual toothbrush

Are electric toothbrushes really better for your teeth? Not necessarily. While there is evidence that brushing with an electric toothbrush can reduce the build-up of plaque and its associated oral health risks compared to a standard toothbrush, not everyone will benefit from switching to an electric toothbrush. Benefits of an electric toothbrush Electric toothbrushes use…

Mouthguards

Mouthguards are recommended for anyone playing a contact sport but are also suggested for anyone who plays a sport or an activity where there is a risk of injury to your face and teeth. Mouthguards help protect your teeth and avoid injury such as broken teeth, a broken jaw, the dislodgment of teeth and cuts…

Management of TMJ with Occlusal Splints

Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders refer to a complex and poorly understood set of conditions, manifested by pain in the area of the jaw and associated muscles and limitations in the ability to make the normal movements of speech, facial expression, eating, chewing, and swallowing. For individuals who experience these symptoms it can prove to be…

Managing Dental Anxiety with Valium

In this age of anxiety, pain control has become an important aspect of dental care. It is now becoming more common for dentists to provide a type of in-office sedation for routine dental procedures. A segment of the population that would otherwise not seek care because of fear or anxiety is now receiving treatment. The…

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…

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…