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5 Ways Your Dentist’s Office Has Always Stayed Clean & Healthy

April 27, 2020

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Your Melbourne dentist washing their hands thoroughly

Thanks to their strict sanitation protocols, dental offices have always been some of the cleanest places in the country. In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic, these standards have gotten even tougher to control and prevent the spread of infections. This ensures that dentists can continue to safely provide the important oral health care you may need after many weeks in quarantine. Here are five ways your Melbourne dentist keeps their practice germ-free so you can stay healthy if you need to come in and get treatment for your smile.


7 Signs That You Need to Call Your Emergency Dentist

April 16, 2020

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Pained man with hand on cheek needs his Melbourne emergency dentist

If you or a loved one had a permanent tooth knocked out or seriously damaged, you would probably know to call your Melbourne emergency dentist right away. However, not all dental emergencies are so easy to identify. New or unusual dental symptoms could be an early warning sign that your oral health is in danger. Here are seven symptoms to watch for that indicate you need to seek urgent care for your smile right away.


Keep Your Smile Healthy in Quarantine with These 6 Tips

March 22, 2020

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Woman practicing social distancing as recommended by her Melbourne dentist.

To slow the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, Melbourne Mayor Kathy Meehan strongly encourages all residents to stay home, stay safe, and stay connected. Like much of the world, many of us now find ourselves at home under quarantine or self-isolation—including your Melbourne dentist. Since all non-emergency dental care is to be postponed until social distancing orders are lifted, it’s more important than ever to protect your oral health. Here are six easy tips that will help keep your smile healthy throughout quarantine.


Are You Hurting Your Smile Every Day with These Bad Habits?

March 11, 2020

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Concerned woman biting her fingernails

It’s common knowledge that regularly brushing your teeth and limiting your sugar intake are important for a healthy smile. However, breaking bad habits is just as important as keeping up good ones. Even if you practice a great dental routine, you may still be damaging your oral health by practicing a few unconscious but harmful behaviors. Your Melbourne dentist reveals five ways you may be hurting your teeth every day and what you can do to protect your smile.


What to Eat for a Healthier Smile

February 29, 2020

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Table of smile-friendly foods recommended by your Melbourne dentist

When you think about changing your diet to improve your oral health, you probably think about cutting back on all those cavity-causing sugary snacks. But that’s not the only way what you eat impacts your smile! In fact, adding certain healthy foods to your diet can boost the health of your gums, strengthen your teeth, and even brighten your smile! Here’s what your Melbourne dentist recommends eating for a natural, delicious way to keep your smile happy and healthy.


Your Heart May Benefit from a Healthy Smile

February 7, 2020

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Red heart shape sitting on a table next to a stethoscope

It’s fitting that February is all about love and hearts since it’s recognized as American Heart Month! When you think about how to keep your heart healthy, do you think about your flossing routine? A growing body of evidence suggests that we should. Not only does our oral health influence our overall wellbeing, but researchers believe that the health of your gums can impact the health of your heart. Read on as your Melbourne dentist explains how healthy teeth and gums may be good for your heart.


Kick the New Year Off the Right Way with a Visit to Your Dentist!

January 15, 2020

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man smiling sitting in dentist chair

It’s no secret that the start of a new year is a time that people look to remake themselves. This often involves their finances, physical appearance and relationships. A dentist in Melbourne says that while these are important parts of your life, don’t forget to include your oral health in the mix. Read on to learn why this is the perfect time to visit for a semi-annual checkup!


Are These Tasty Beverages Potentially Harmful to Your Teeth?

January 6, 2020

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glass of soda beside sugar cubes

The beverage industry is highly competitive, with annual sales topping 180 billion dollars. Understandably so, there are a host of companies vying for your attention and hoping to tantalize your taste buds. Unfortunately, many of the current offerings aren’t created with your oral health in mind. As you continue reading, a dentist in Melbourne goes into detail about the dangers that some popular beverages can pose to your teeth and gums.


When a Dental Emergency Strikes, Here’s What You Should Do

December 15, 2019

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woman holding icepack to jaw

On a mild winter day, the last thing you want to deal with is an uncomfortable dental emergency. Unfortunately, these sorts of events can arise when you least expect them to. Of course, you’d like to prevent such situations from happening, but to be on the safe side, you need to know how to effectively respond. As you continue reading, your dentist in Melbourne explains what you can do for some of the more common types of dental trauma.


Do You Have Gum Disease? How to Tell and What to Do About It

December 7, 2019

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Woman with gum disease visiting dentist

Do you have gum disease? Recent studies estimate that more that 75% of the adult population in the U.S. suffer from this potentially serious condition. However, millions of people don’t realize they have it! That’s because early stages of gum disease are generally not painful, so it can progress unnoticed. If left untreated, it can attack your jawbone, cause tooth loss, and even spread throughout your body. So how can you keep your smile healthy and intact? Read on to find out if you have any common symptoms of gum disease, and how your dentist in Melbourne can help you treat it.

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