What Is A Cavity? & Why Did You Get One?

Cavities, as their name implies, are essentially holes in your teeth caused by decay. You can sometimes spot a cavity, as the area surrounding the hole generally looks dark brown or gray.

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Pediatric dentistry

Pediatric dentistry is a specialty that provides primary and comprehensive oral health care for infants and children through adolescence. Pediatric dentists are trained to care for a child teeth, gums, and mouth throughout the various stages of the child growth.

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Dental advice for people with diabetes

  • QUIT smoking – smokers have higher levels of gum disease, caused by poor blood circulation in the tissues around their teeth. People with diabetes who smoke have an even greater chance of having severe gum problems than non-smokers and non-diabetics.
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Caring for your mouthguard.

  • Take the mouthguard along to your dental visits to ensure it still fits correctly. A mouthguard may need to be replaced as changes occur in your mouth, such as the eruption of permanent teeth or restorations.
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Periodontitis

Periodontitis is an advanced gum disease that may occur if gingivitis is not treated. The gum margin, the part of the gum that seals to the tooth, is weakened and spaces form between the tooth and the gum. These spaces are called ‘periodontal pockets.’ Bacteria become trapped in these pockets causing further inflammation (redness and swelling).

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Source of calcium, vitamin D and phosphorus.

A healthy diet is essential for healthy teeth. The below shows just some of the foods that contain calcium, vitamin D and phosphorus.

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Protect your unborn baby’s health.

 

It is important to keep teeth and gums healthy during and after pregnancy to:

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Village Dental Clinic Grand Opening- Kogarah

Dear All,

We are very pleased to inform you that we are opening a branch of our dental clinic in Kogarah .

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How to keep your mouth healthy?

Brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing daily can help prevent a number of oral health conditions, including oral cancers.

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What should I look for Oral Cancer?

If you have any of these symptoms, see your oral health professional as soon as possible.

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