Seal out decay – the importance of fissure sealants

The three main pillars for maintaining your oral health are regular brushing, flossing and visits to the dentist (for oral examinations and professional cleaning). These oral habits are designed to prevent gum diseases and tooth decay, the most prevalent problems we face as dental patients. Although they are still considered the most important oral care […]

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Food for happy teeth

Whether you live to eat or eat to live, there’s no denying the importance of good dietary habits. Knowing what – and how frequently – you eat is crucial to your physical health and well-being, which encompasses your oral health. Not all types of food are good for your teeth. In this article, we take […]

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Do you dread the dentist? Here’s how we can help …

The thought of visiting a dentist can be scary for some people. It is estimated that 1 in 16 Australians suffer from dental phobia. When dental fear and anxiety causes you to avoid a regular check-up or put off treatment, this can have serious consequences for the state of your oral health and general wellbeing. […]

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Emergency dental care over Christmas

The Fresh Dentistry practice will be closed from midday on Thursday 24 December. We will have limited availability for dental emergencies on Thursday 7 and Friday 8 January (one of our team will be manning the phones from Monday 4 January). The practice will re-open fully on Monday 11 January at 8am. If you have […]

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