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Category Archives: Dentist Northmead

The Consequences of Tooth Loss

Tooth Loss And Its Consequences When children’s deciduous teeth fall off, it does not usually cause huge concern. Baby teeth will always give ways for the growth of the permanent ones.

However, when adults lose their permanent teeth, it becomes an entirely different story.

Losing a permanent tooth can be natural, especially as you become older.

Tooth loss can also be due to a number of factors such as: genetics, general health problems, dental and oral health issues, excessive wear, or even trauma caused by unfortunate accidents.
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Show Your Teeth Some Loving Care this Valentine’s Day

Show Your Teeth Some Loving Care this Valentine’s Day

This Valentine’s Day, Show Your Teeth Some Loving Care As we are all getting settled into the New Year, Valentine’s Day is once again around the corner. Candy, cards, and teddy bears are littering grocery stores and shop windows. And this Valentine’s Day it’s not just your loved ones that you should be thinking about.

Spend a little time this February showing your teeth some love and it will come back to you. Valentine’s Day is all about kisses and candy, and both kisses and candy are all about your mouth!

And on Valentine’s Day, by improving your dental health and shining smile, you could have a more kissable mouth, with teeth in better condition. So, we here at Smiles First Dental, are happy to offer you these words of advice as Valentine’s Day arrives!

The Advantages of In-Office Teeth Whitening

Do you look in the mirror and see darker stained teeth when you smile? Well you’re not alone. Unfortunately the passage of time and our love of coffee, tea, and red wine means that as we get older our teeth become less white, less dazzling, and less attractive. But the good news is that this can often be reversed. Continue Reading

4 Useful Dental Tips for Pregnant Women

4 Dental Strategies for Pregnant Women Infographic | Dentist Northmead

Pregnancy is an exciting and busy time in a woman’s life, but pregnant women should be certain to take care of their dental health for themselves and their babies.

The good news is that most routine treatment is safe during pregnancy, though during the first 3 months some procedures and medications should be avoided.

The most important thing is to be sure that your Smiles First Dental dentist knows you are pregnant and how far along you are.
Continue Reading

Keeping Children Smiling: Child Dental Benefits Extended For 2017!

Keeping Children Smiling- Child Dental Benefits Extended For 2017! - northmead dentist Good news for children, and their parents/guardian who are eligible under the Children’s Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS). The CDBS has been extended through 2017!

CDBS provides children with basic dental services. Starting on January first 2017, dental services up to $1,000 can be given over two consecutive calendar years. The two-year cap period starts when a patient first receives an eligible dental service.

Smiles First Dental is a proud supporter of CDBS and encourages parents to take advantage of it. You can’t begin supporting your child’s oral health too early!

New terms and conditions are in place for 2017. Consequently if you have any questions we ask that you contact us on (02) 9630 9996 for information or an appointment. Continue Reading

How Long Do Dental Crowns Last?

How Long Do Dental Crowns Last?Ever wonder how long a dental crown should last? A study shows that dental crowns can last for decades or virtually your lifetime if they are well manufactured using appropriate materials, installed properly by an expert dentist and if the patient practices diligent home care.

On the other hand, like any other tooth replacements, you don’t always get a perfect result from dental crowns. All treatments have their positive and negatives with regard to how long they can last. But with proper care and professional maintenance, long-term success for your dental crowns is not impossible. Continue Reading

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Category Archives: Dentist Northmead

The Consequences of Tooth Loss

Tooth Loss And Its Consequences When children’s deciduous teeth fall off, it does not usually cause huge concern. Baby teeth will always give ways for the growth of the permanent ones.

However, when adults lose their permanent teeth, it becomes an entirely different story.

Losing a permanent tooth can be natural, especially as you become older.

Tooth loss can also be due to a number of factors such as: genetics, general health problems, dental and oral health issues, excessive wear, or even trauma caused by unfortunate accidents.
Continue Reading

Show Your Teeth Some Loving Care this Valentine’s Day

Show Your Teeth Some Loving Care this Valentine’s Day

This Valentine’s Day, Show Your Teeth Some Loving Care As we are all getting settled into the New Year, Valentine’s Day is once again around the corner. Candy, cards, and teddy bears are littering grocery stores and shop windows. And this Valentine’s Day it’s not just your loved ones that you should be thinking about.

Spend a little time this February showing your teeth some love and it will come back to you. Valentine’s Day is all about kisses and candy, and both kisses and candy are all about your mouth!

And on Valentine’s Day, by improving your dental health and shining smile, you could have a more kissable mouth, with teeth in better condition. So, we here at Smiles First Dental, are happy to offer you these words of advice as Valentine’s Day arrives!

The Advantages of In-Office Teeth Whitening

Do you look in the mirror and see darker stained teeth when you smile? Well you’re not alone. Unfortunately the passage of time and our love of coffee, tea, and red wine means that as we get older our teeth become less white, less dazzling, and less attractive. But the good news is that this can often be reversed. Continue Reading

4 Useful Dental Tips for Pregnant Women

4 Dental Strategies for Pregnant Women Infographic | Dentist Northmead

Pregnancy is an exciting and busy time in a woman’s life, but pregnant women should be certain to take care of their dental health for themselves and their babies.

The good news is that most routine treatment is safe during pregnancy, though during the first 3 months some procedures and medications should be avoided.

The most important thing is to be sure that your Smiles First Dental dentist knows you are pregnant and how far along you are.
Continue Reading

Keeping Children Smiling: Child Dental Benefits Extended For 2017!

Keeping Children Smiling- Child Dental Benefits Extended For 2017! - northmead dentist Good news for children, and their parents/guardian who are eligible under the Children’s Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS). The CDBS has been extended through 2017!

CDBS provides children with basic dental services. Starting on January first 2017, dental services up to $1,000 can be given over two consecutive calendar years. The two-year cap period starts when a patient first receives an eligible dental service.

Smiles First Dental is a proud supporter of CDBS and encourages parents to take advantage of it. You can’t begin supporting your child’s oral health too early!

New terms and conditions are in place for 2017. Consequently if you have any questions we ask that you contact us on (02) 9630 9996 for information or an appointment. Continue Reading

How Long Do Dental Crowns Last?

How Long Do Dental Crowns Last?Ever wonder how long a dental crown should last? A study shows that dental crowns can last for decades or virtually your lifetime if they are well manufactured using appropriate materials, installed properly by an expert dentist and if the patient practices diligent home care.

On the other hand, like any other tooth replacements, you don’t always get a perfect result from dental crowns. All treatments have their positive and negatives with regard to how long they can last. But with proper care and professional maintenance, long-term success for your dental crowns is not impossible. Continue Reading

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