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Mint flavoured toothpaste can leave a fresh clean feeling in our mouth after brushing. However, it is not uncommon to hear from some of our patients that they do not like to use toothpaste because it is too “spicy” or minty. This can lead them to be less enthusiastic about brushing their teeth. To make […]

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If you’re looking for a dentist in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs to look after your child’s teeth, you might be wondering whether your own dentist is best suited to also treat the younger members of your family, or whether a specialist might be a better choice. Somebody mentioned Paediatric Dentists to you, which may be why […]

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Whenever possible, dental treatment is administered to children without the use of general anaesthesia. In certain instances, however, it is preferable, or necessary, to perform treatments using general anaesthetic. Put simply, general anaesthetic puts the child to sleep so that the Paediatric Dentist can safely perform the necessary procedure to the best of their ability […]

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We’ve all heard of fluoride, but what exactly is it and how does it help our teeth? First things first: fluoride is a mineral derived from fluorine, a naturally occurring element. It is found not only in the earth itself, but in plants, water and in our bones and teeth.And how does it benefit teeth? […]