Month: October 2017

The Impact of Sugary Drinks on Your Teeth
28 Oct, 2017 The Impact of Sugary Drinks on Your Teeth

When it comes to dental health, it is more than just regular brushing and flossing. We put various food and beverages into our mouth daily,...

All About Veneers and How to Care for Them
20 Oct, 2017 All About Veneers and How to Care for Them

One of the quickest ways to a beautiful smile is veneers. For those how have stained teeth, or gapping and chips that they want to...

4 Tips to Ease Your Children into Their Dentist Visit
20 Oct, 2017 4 Tips to Ease Your Children into Their Dentist Visit

For some children, the dentist can instil fear and dread into their lives. It can be difficult to get them happy with the process, but...

The Top Causes of Bad Breath and How to Cure it
12 Oct, 2017 The Top Causes of Bad Breath and How to Cure it

Ever find yourself talking to someone and worrying that they can smell your breath? Bad breath can cause a lot of anxiety, worry and embarrassment....

Natural Pain Relief for Toothaches
08 Oct, 2017 Natural Pain Relief for Toothaches

Toothaches always seem to strike at the worst times, like in the middle of the night or when the dentistry office is closed. If this...

Keeping Your Toothbrush Clean
02 Oct, 2017 Keeping Your Toothbrush Clean

You may apply toothpaste to them every day, but that doesn’t mean that your toothbrush is clean. It collects a large amount of bacteria, and...

Urgent update for all our patients

As you are aware, the coronavirus is having a devastating impact on the health and wellbeing of people across the globe

Effective Immediately

Dental on Clarendon will be closed until further notice. As directed by the Australian Dental Association (ADA), dentists can only restrict treatment to urgent or emergency care only.

The ADA defines this as:

  • Severe toothache pain (on a pain scale of 1 to 10, a 5 or more that has lasted more than 24 hours)
  • New or recent swelling of your gums or face (within the past three to seven days)
  • Bleeding in your mouth that does not stop following tooth extraction or gum surgery
  • Tooth infection
  • Recent trauma, such as a broken tooth causing pain

If you are a current patient at Dental On Clarendon please call us on 96903285 and we will attend to your call as soon as possible.

We thank our loyal patients for their understanding during this difficult time, and we will be in contact with you upon our re-opening.

Wishing everyone the best of health – stay safe! The team at Dental On Clarendon