There are lots of microorganisms and bacteria living in your bathroom that could make a home for itself on your toothbrush.
Whilst these bacterias might not all be dangerous, we would love to give you our 4 top tips on how to keep your toothbrush clean.
These are simple techniques that can be used to ensure your toothbrush does not start to look like a petri dish.
After returning to the city for the past three years, we have decided to treat our patients to a discounted whitening treatment. We are offering patients $150 off a take home whitening kit redeemable at your next check up and clean. We have been inundated with calls about this offer and what exactly the procedure involves, so we would like to take the time to answer some of your burning questions about teeth whitening.
This week is Headache and Migraine Awareness Week by Headache Australia.
Headache Australia is an organisation that supports more than 5 million Australians who are affected by headaches and migraines. We want to support Headache and Migraine Awareness Week. We would like to show how dentists might be able to relieve some of your pain.
Do you remember telling your children, or hearing someone tell you when you were younger:
“Finish your milk. It will help you grow big and strong!”
Life certainly gets busy as you get older but it’s important to keep looking after yourself.
This week is HEALTHY BONES ACTION WEEK. This is an initiative of Dairy Australia to encourage individuals to look after and maintain their healthy bones. This week we want to help Dairy Australia spread the message for all of us to:
Someone poking and prodding around in your mouth isn’t most people’s idea of fun. Add in the thought of drills, needles and various tongue-sucking devices and a simple dental check-up can turn into quite an ordeal. Dealing with dental anxiety is a real problem, not only to keep your nerves at bay but to also ensure you have good dental hygiene and overall health.
It can be hard to tell when you should visit an emergency dentist and when you should try wait until your next scheduled appointment. Sometimes what starts as a mild toothache that you feel you can ignore can (if left untreated) lead to a full-blown dental emergency.
A dental emergency is usually caused by an accident or injury and can involve one or more teeth being loosened or knocked out, major cuts or lacerations to your gums, cheeks and lips or intense dental pain or discomfort for an unknown reason. If you find yourself experiencing any of the above and aren’t sure how to proceed, here’s what to do.
Most of us think that we’re fastidious in adhering to a correct dental routine. After all, all that’s needed is to brush our teeth twice a day and replace our toothbrush often enough, right? While most of us were shown the correct ways to clean our teeth in the past, it’s easy to forget it or have it fall to the wayside as time goes by. The truth is that there’s a bit more to brushing and flossing than you probably remember, which is why it’s always good to brush up on your knowledge. Here are the three most common things people tend to forget.
“Long gone are the days of keeping your teeth in a glass next to the bed!” Dr Michael Finkelstein, from Finkelstein Dentist at Chatswood, says dental implants and mini implants are a fantastic alternative to traditional dentures or missing teeth.
Today my blog will be about what you eat and how what you eat affects your dental health.
Unhealthy Eating and Heathy Teeth – Tips from Dr Finkelstein Dentist
It is very interesting that it is not What you eat but rather How Often you eat, that affects the dental health and dental oral hygiene of your teeth. Food can affect your oral hygiene long after you have swallowed for example eating sweets or chocolate has a less adverse effect to your teeth than if you were to eat the sweets as a separate snack.