• 8 FEBRUARY 2024
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    Why is your regular dental check up important?

    Why is your regular dental check up important?

    Our receptionists will always ask you when you have completed your appointment with your dentist, oral health therapist or hygienist to book in for your next dental check up and preventative care appointment.  There are a number of reasons why we ask them to do this.  One reason is that we want to keep a

    • 2 JANUARY 2024
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    Dental Specialist – Why we would refer you

    Dental Specialist – Why we would refer you

    We do lots of different dental procedures at our clinic. They range from simple fillings to complex bridges, root canal treatment, deep cleaning under the gums, tooth removal and implant crowns. For all of these procedures it is important to us that we give you the best dental treatment.  At times we will refer you

    • 2 DECEMBER 2023
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    Wow what a year we had in 2023!

    Wow what a year we had in 2023!

    Wow what a year we have had!  Thank you all for being part of our dental family during 2023. It has been great catching up with the stories over the year from our current patients. We have also welcomed new patients into our dental family, which is marvelous and we look forward to continuing to

    • 15 NOVEMBER 2023
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    Mindful brushing for self care and great dental health

    Mindful brushing for self care and great dental health

    We tend to take things for granted until a health professional mentions that we need to improve some aspect of our lives for good overall health or in our case dental health. The health of your mouth, teeth and gums is vital for good overall health of your body as we saw from the last

    • 2 OCTOBER 2023
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    Hidden Sugars in your diet!

    Hidden Sugars in your diet!

    Spring weather has been amazing!  Keeping you up to date about our goings on you may have heard us talking about the saga of the compressors.  The compressors run all our equipment and had done a mighty job for over 30 years until August when one decided to pack it in.  In mid-September they were

    • 4 SEPTEMBER 2023
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    So you need a dental crown? This is how we do that to support your tooth

    So you need a dental crown? This is how we do that to support your tooth

    So, what is a dental crown and how do we complete them? Crowns are used to hold teeth together.  If a tooth is very heavily filled or has fracture lines or is a root filled or has all three then a crown finishing on healthy tooth structure will hold the above the gum section of

    • 2 AUGUST 2023
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    Wahoo! It is Dental Health Week!

    Wahoo! It is Dental Health Week!

    The year has been moving so fast and before we know it, Dental Health Week is here again!  So, from 7th – 13th August we are asking everyone to check out the connections of your Mind, Body and Mouth. It is a bit like that skeleton song “Dem bones”. Some of you will already be

    • 2 JULY 2023
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    Why ‘Dry July’ will help your teeth too

    Why ‘Dry July’ will help your teeth too

    Sangria, sparkling, rose, red, moscato, white, beer, ale, cider, sweet, dry or with passionfruit overtones.  All of these fabulous alcohols are a no go this Dry July as people go alcohol free for July and raise money for Charities Supporting People with Cancer. Teeth and alcohol do have some issues Most alcohols are acidic and

    • 2 JUNE 2023
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    Dentistry and our Environment

    Dentistry and our Environment

    Looking after the environment is part of Dr Stone’s soul.  We are sure you have heard her talking about it during your appointment.  In April while Dr Stone was in Cambodia and Thailand on holidays, she and her husband helped out on the sea kayaking trip picking up plastic and rubbish along the way, and

    • 3 MAY 2023
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    No mouthguard no play!

    No mouthguard no play!

    No mouthguard no play!  We are heading once again into Winter sports time.  We remind all patients of the terrible impact a sporting injury can have on our teeth, jaw and soft tissues.  A knock to the mouth can result in losing teeth as well as significant long-term damage.  Most sports are now no mouthguard,