Dentists are always saying you need to brush and floss twice a day - but is flossing all that important? It may be more vital than brushing.
When you see the orthodontist regularly, do you still need to visit the dentist? Short answer: yes. Let's discuss your dentist...Read More
Ceramic and porcelain are often interchangeable terms - but is there a difference when it comes to dental crowns? Let's discuss...Read More
Gum disease affects a lot of New Zealanders - so it could impact your child too. Let's talk about the genetic and environmental factors influencing gum disease.
Looking after your teeth takes as little as four minutes total, every day. Don't skimp on this minor routine - find out why you need to brush twice a day.
If you're concerned about your risk of developing gum disease, learn what you can do to prevent the onset of gingivitis and periodontitis.
We all face the serious threat of tooth decay every day. What does tooth decay look like in its early stages and how can you prevent it?
Your child needs to see a dentist regularly to ensure ongoing oral health. Here's what you need to know about taking your child to the dentist.