Should You Have Your Baby's Natal Tooth Removed?

Posted on: 3 October 2018

The last thing you expected to see in your baby's mouth immediately after birth is a tooth. While it's rare for children to be born with teeth in place, it does sometimes happen. Known as natal teeth, these teeth can pose problems. Do you need to have the tooth removed? When Natal Teeth Should Be Removed  Natal teeth are sometimes fully-formed baby teeth; sometimes you see just part of the tooth coming through.
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Here Comes Summer: 3 Tips To Prevent Dental Sports Dramas

Posted on: 25 September 2018

The temperature is beginning to warm up in Australia, and that means kids are once more heading outside to enjoy playing in the sun. Whether your child takes part in organised sports or just enjoys kicking a ball around with their mates, dental injuries while playing sports are common. As a mother whose child is playing a team sport for the first time this year, you are likely concerned about protecting their baby teeth from damage.
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4 Things You Need to Know About Dental Veneers

Posted on: 21 August 2018

Dental veneers are one of the most misunderstood treatments in cosmetic dentistry. If you are one of the many people who assume dental veneers are not a suitable treatment for them, take a look at these four fascinating facts. You might realize that dental veneers are right for you after all. 1. Dental Veneers Are Versatile Some people assume that dental veneers are only a treatment for chipped teeth, but in fact, they can be used to treat a wide range of cosmetic dental problems.
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Why Your Headache Could Be Caused by Some Spare Teeth

Posted on: 25 July 2018

Are you trying to study for some important exams, but cannot concentrate due to a dull headache? Do you sometimes experience pain when you yawn or when you open your mouth particularly wide? If so, you may be dealing with a condition that is a scourge of the younger generation—an impacted wisdom tooth. What is this, and what should you do about it? More to Come When you reach your late teens, you may think that you have your full complement of teeth, but this is not necessarily the case.
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