Month: April 2018

What is dental plaque?
30 Apr, 2018 What is dental plaque?

Dental plaque can be found in all areas surrounding your teeth, as well as along the gum-line and below the gum-line cervical margins. It is...

Is it possible to over brush your teeth?
28 Apr, 2018 Is it possible to over brush your teeth?

It is crucial to look after our mouths, as many potential health implications can stem from having poor oral hygiene. From an early age, we...

Chipped Tooth? Find Out How a Dentist Can Help You
16 Apr, 2018 Chipped Tooth? Find Out How a Dentist Can Help You

Our teeth are incredibly strong, consisting of a mixture of pulp, dentin, enamel and cementum. In fact, though they are dubbed as ‘bones’, teeth are...

The Dental Cycle for Your Children Through the Years
10 Apr, 2018 The Dental Cycle for Your Children Through the Years

As we grow and change, so does our dental routine. We are not using the same tools and methods that we once used as toddlers,...

Rid the Coffee Stains Without Ridding the Coffee
10 Apr, 2018 Rid the Coffee Stains Without Ridding the Coffee

Bleaching For Coffee Stained Teeth A lot of people tend to turn to the loving embrace of coffee in times of tiredness or struggle. But,...

Help Yourself Recover from Wisdom Teeth Removal with These Tips
10 Apr, 2018 Help Yourself Recover from Wisdom Teeth Removal with These Tips

Wisdom tooth removal is something that many dread, and the surgery can put an individual out of action for a couple of days to recover...

Why You Need a Mouthguard for Sports
10 Apr, 2018 Why You Need a Mouthguard for Sports

You often see people wearing mouthguards in contact type sporting, as it is often common to receive hefty dental injuries. No matter if you are...

Itchy Gums – What It Means for You
10 Apr, 2018 Itchy Gums – What It Means for You

Have your gums ever felt…itchy? It seems weird to want to scratch that annoying sensation in your mouth, that little tickle that is painfully uncomfortable....

Toothbrush Bristles: What Is Best for Your Teeth?
09 Apr, 2018 Toothbrush Bristles: What Is Best for Your Teeth?

In the olden days, toothbrushes were nothing more than small twigs that were rubbed against the teeth to remove food and debris. As we progressed...

Knowing the Difference between Sensitive Gums and Sensitive Teeth
03 Apr, 2018 Knowing the Difference between Sensitive Gums and Sensitive Teeth

Without a second thought, we use our gums and teeth every single day. They play a vital role in the overall function of the mouth...

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