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    Things You Should Know Before Getting Braces

    If you’re considering braces Reservoir for yourself or your child because the teeth are crooked or you want to enhance the smile, here’s some preliminary information which you’ll need to consider.  But remember, you’re not alone.  Thousands of people in Australia are currently wearing braces and millions have worn braces in the past.  It is […]

    Smile Makeover – Veneers in a Day

    So much has been written about cosmetic dentistry Melbourne, and it is difficult to know what option is best for you. Do you need tooth whitening, fixed orthodontics, clear aligner treatment such as Invisalign®, composite bonding, laser gum recontouring, veneers or crowns?  Do you need a combination of these treatments? The good news for our […]

    What are the benefits of orthodontics?

    Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry which predominantly involves straightening crooked and/or crowded teeth but it also promotes good jawbone growth. The obvious benefit and the most common reason that people seek to have orthodontic treatment is to have a beautiful smile which is so important for self-confidence and attraction to other people. A wide […]

    What is a lip tie and why treat it?

    A lip tie is a developmental fold of oral mucosa (the skin of the mouth) in the midline under the lip. It forms during the first trimester of pregnancy. This structure is called a frenum or frenulum. It often extends from the top of the gum under the lip to the bottom of the gum. […]

    Dental Treatment During COVID Lockdown

    Coburg Dental Group is open during the COVID-19 pandemic and specifically open during the Melbourne COVID lockdowns. We comply with all government regulations to ensure the safety of our families, patients, staff and visitors. During a lockdown period, if you’re in Coburg, Essendon, Fawkner, or Brunswick dental care is close by. Government regulations which determine […]

    Is Thumbsucking A Problem?

    Babies are born with an innate reflex to suck so they can start breastfeeding from birth and as a result will suck any object placed in their mouth. This will then become a learned behaviour during the first few months of establishing breast and/or bottle feeding and disappears at around 4 months when it is […]