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The Wonders of a Smile Makeover

Knowing your smile looks good can do wonders for your self-confidence and be a considerable asset in an increasingly image-conscious world. If you feel embarrassed about your teeth, perhaps because they are misaligned, stained, or damaged, you may find it negatively impacts social and professional interactions with others. This is when a smile makeover could Read More [...]

Sep, 23, 2022

Take Care of Your Teeth and Mouth, and They Will Take Care of You

You need healthy teeth and gums for good overall health. Without them, it is tricky to eat well and enjoy a good, varied and nutritious diet. Without good nutrition, your body is less able to fight infection and disease. Several common problems can affect your dental health, but with good preventative dentistry, you should be Read More [...]

Sep, 23, 2022

Let’s “Spring Clean” Your Oral Health

As winter loosens its grip and signs of spring emerge, many people start to think about spring cleaning their home, but what about spring cleaning your dental health routine? It’s a great time of year to refresh your oral care regime so you can greet the new season with a healthy and beautiful smile. We’ve Read More [...]

Sep, 23, 2022

Meet Ms Chrysi Kroome

Chrysi Kroone is a gentle and friendly Oral Health Therapist at Casey Dental Group. As a graduate from The University of Melbourne, Chrysi obtained her dual qualifications in both dental therapy and dental hygiene and has been part of the dental workforce for the past 8 years. Dentistry has always been a big part of Read More [...]

Sep, 23, 2022

Technology in Dentistry throughout the Ages

Modern dentistry is extremely advanced, but did you realise dentistry has been evolving for hundreds of years? The first known dental practitioner dates back to 1092, when the first idea of surgery began. It was due to the Pope of Alexandria who decided that monks and priests should have a shaven face and a unique Read More [...]

Sep, 23, 2022

How to Choose a Toothbrush: The Pros and Cons of Electric and Disposable

Good oral hygiene is crucial if you want strong and healthy teeth. Additionally, it helps protect your overall health. Gum disease, a common gum infection, is increasingly linked to serious health conditions, including diabetes and heart disease. Brushing your teeth at least twice daily is one of the best ways to keep your mouth healthy, Read More [...]

Sep, 23, 2022

What Are Those Things in the Dental Office?

When you visit your dentist, you probably notice they have a whole host of equipment to help them examine your mouth, diagnose any problems, and treat them. Perhaps you have wondered about what they are and how they can help. We thought it would be nice to put together a short guide of some of Read More [...]

Sep, 23, 2022

Back-To-School Dental Health Tips

Developing a good oral routine care while your child is still young is essential for them to grow up with healthy teeth and an attractive smile. The sooner you get them into a good routine, the more you normalise the need for excellent oral hygiene and a nutritious diet. The benefits can be huge, as Read More [...]

Sep, 23, 2022

Life with Braces

Orthodontic treatment can provide excellent results, straightening teeth and potentially improving dental health and almost certainly improving the appearance of your smile. However, when you first start wearing braces, you may need to adjust your everyday habits, and it can take a little time to get used to your new braces. What to Expect When Read More [...]

Sep, 23, 2022

Why are Some People’s Teeth More Sensitive Than Others?

Enjoying an ice cream or a sweet treat is a pleasurable experience for many people, but not for those with sensitive teeth. Eating certain foods can make their teeth twinge uncomfortably or even cause sudden sharp pain. Tooth sensitivity is a common problem experienced by many adults at one time or another. Usually, it’s triggered Read More [...]

Sep, 23, 2022

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