• FEBRUARY 1, 2019
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    Why does my dentist want to use silver (amalgam) fillings?

    Silver (amalgam) fillings have been used for more than 100 years, they are safe, reliable, effective and hard wearing. There has been rumours over time about the safety of amalgam fillings, but like many rumours, these are unfounded and lacking scientific evidence. Should I have my amalgam fillings removed? A question we are often asked

    • JANUARY 7, 2019
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    Dry Mouth?

    Dry Mouth?

    Happy New Year!  We hope you all had a lovely Christmas time and had a chance to relax and chill.  Dr Stone had fun cooking and doing holiday jobs while Kylie pulled apart her kitchen and Emma went camping.  In between that there was family, fun and frivolity in the sun of course! One dental

    • DECEMBER 13, 2018
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    Treats during Christmas and New Year can really stress teeth out

    Treats during Christmas and New Year can really stress teeth out

    Christmas time in the city December is such a busy month! December is such a busy month for all of us.  Christmas is rapidly approaching for most of us, deadlines need completing prior to the end of the year and party invites increase with the warmer weather.  Don’t forget to stop and take time out

    • NOVEMBER 19, 2018
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    Dental care for you and our environment

    Dental care for you and our environment

    We must maintain many standards in Dentistry, however, we choose to maintain an environmentally friendly standard for all of us.  We want to keep our beautiful city of Adelaide pristine and available for future generations. We use totally degradable barriers for draping the surgery.  Once in landfill, the microorganisms break it down to Carbon Dioxide,

    • OCTOBER 16, 2018
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    I have cracks in my teeth, what do I do now?

    I have cracks in my teeth, what do I do now?

    Last month, we discussed the impact of cracks on our teeth. We can treat many teeth problems with fillings and simple care.  What happens when our tooth is so vulnerable it is at risk of splintering?  In this situation, we can: do nothing and see what happens; we can try larger, more encompassing fillings; or