• JULY 24, 2019
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    CS 3600 for Dental Restorations

    We are pleased to announce that we have purchased the CS 3600 intraoral scanner which makes capturing digital impressions fast and easy. Posted by Adelaide City Dental Care on Wednesday, June 12, 2019 Patients to our clinic will benefit from improved treatment planning and a streamlined workflow for restorative, orthodontic or dental implant treatments. Call

    • JULY 9, 2019
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    What does osteoporosis medication do to our teeth?

    What does osteoporosis medication do to our teeth?

    Bisphosphonate (Actonel, Aclasta, Zolandrate) and Denosumab (Prolia) are medicines used to treat osteoporosis in men and women to reduce the risk of fractures, particularly in the hip, long bones and spine.  Treatment makes your bones stronger and less likely to break.  These drugs can be in tablet form or 6 monthly injections.  Your GP will

    • JUNE 7, 2019
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    Winter chills got your teeth on edge?

    Winter chills got your teeth on edge?

    Are your teeth on edge from the winter cold? Whilst it may be cold and wintery in Adelaide, spare a thought for Apsley Cherry-Garrard a 20th Century explorer whose teeth shattered from the cold.  Cherry-Garrard travelled to Antarctica in 1910 to obtain Emperor Penguin eggs for zoological study.  So many days in the intense winter

    • APRIL 1, 2019
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    Could I be making my own toothache?

    Could I be making my own toothache?

    Is it possible to make your own toothache? It is surprising how many times patients come in and report a toothache which our investigations determine is due to clenching or grinding the teeth.  The severity of the toothache is severe enough to prompt a visit and yet when we examine the tooth it is completely

    • MARCH 8, 2019
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    I’m a Dental Hygienist, but my daughter is scared of the Dentist

    I’m a Dental Hygienist, but my daughter is scared of the Dentist

    How we can overcome our dental anxiety? I have cared for many patients who are nervous and who have had bad experiences in the past which have left a lingering effect. I was surprised however, when my daughter (who has grown up in and out of the dental chair) began objecting to her routine dental