A great smile isn’t just a way to make new friends; it also shows off your pearly whites! But having good oral hygiene is more than having great looking teeth. Maintaining good oral health helps to prevent dental and medical issues, such as gum disease, bone loss, and even heart disease. Here are 10 simple […]
At Coburg Dental Group, we are all about helping families achieve their best dental health ever. This month we are offering a free children’s check up with each adult check-up booked. Terms and conditions Family Special a. Available to new and existing patients b. Limit to one children’s check-up per Adult patient c. Covers item […]
It may surprise you, but not many people like going to the dentist. Some people actually have a fear of the dentist. It’s mostly a fear of pain that is coupled with anxiety. This is a problem because being afraid to go to the dentist may be detrimental to your oral health. Preventative dentistry includes […]
Dentists love telling their patients that prevention is better than a cure. It’s slightly annoying, but they are very much in the right. Taking proper care of your oral health now will definitely help prevent tooth decay, which can lead to a lot of other problems that are not only inconvenient and uncomfortable, but also […]
Malocclusion is a misalignment of the teeth problem that can lead to serious oral health complications. Malocclusion can mean crowded teeth, crossbite, overbite, underbite or open bite. These issues can prohibit your teeth from performing vital functions and seriously affect your overall oral and digestive health.
Everybody wants a killer smile. Some people are even ready and willing to undergo oral surgery and cosmetic dentistry to achieve this goal. However, you can get a killer smile without resorting to drastic and expensive treatments. Here are some of our killer tips for a great smile.
Swollen ankles, mood swings, stretch marks, back pain. And we’ve only just scratched the surface. That’s right, as well as a bevy of inconvenient and sometimes horrifying symptoms that you get to experience during the course of your pregnancy, you also get to deal with odd changes to your teeth and oral health.
We don’t always think about the link between the medication we take and the dental treatments we seek. However unconnected they seem, it is important to keep in mind that your medications can affect your dental treatment, and your dental treatment can affect your medications.
Even though Medicare is great for Australians, it often falls behind when it comes to dental care. The elderly can face quite serious issues with their teeth, especially as they approach their seventies and eighties. As you age, it’s important to have a dental plan in place that is incorporated into your overall health. There […]
When it comes to brushing your teeth, we all know that we should do so at least twice a day. But when exactly are the best times to brush your teeth? Right when you wake up? After breakfast? Right before bed?