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Welcome to our Education Space

At we will connect you to or explain many of the common oral / dental conditions you may have questions about. We hope you find these helpful. Remember always ask us in the dental practice or drop us a call at the practice if you want more information and advice for specifically what you need. Look forward to seeing you back in the practice soon.

  • Bad Breath

    Sometimes called halitosis, bad breath is usually caused by poor oral hygiene habits, infections that occur in the mouth and unhealthy habits

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  • Bruxism

    Bruxism is also known as grinding and/or clenching of your teeth. It is a very common condition that affects both children and adults.

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  • Cavities

    Cavities are the result of tooth decay, which occurs when specific types of bacteria produce acid that destroys the tooth’s enamel and its underlying layer

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  • Cracked Tooth Syndrome

    Cracked tooth syndrome occurs when a tooth has a crack that’s too small to show up on X-rays, or is under the gum and challenging to identify.

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  • Dental Emergencies & Sports Safety

    Any trauma to the mouth that causes bleeding and laceration of the gums, and concusses, dislodges, or fractures teeth and may require immediate attention.

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  • Dry Mouth

    A dry mouth occurs when you do not have enough saliva to keep your mouth ubricated and moisturised.

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  • Gum Disease

    Gum disease is an inflammation of the gum that can progress to affect the bone that surrounds and supports your teeth.

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  • Plaque & Tartar

    Plaque is a sticky, white film of bacteria that constantly forms on our teeth and along the gum line.

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  • Temporomandibular Disorder (TMD)

    The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the joint that connects the lower jaw to the temporal bones of the skull.

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  • Tooth Sensitivity

    Tooth sensitivity — also known as dentine hypersensitivity — affects the tooth via exposed root surfaces.

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