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General Dentistry

What to Expect When Getting Dentures
29 Jun, 2020 What to Expect When Getting Dentures

Whether some or all of your teeth have to be replaced will determine if you require partial or full dentures. Both types of dentures help...

Am I Too Young to Receive Dentures?
29 Jun, 2020 Am I Too Young to Receive Dentures?

People of all ages can lose a tooth due to an injury, an extraction, or other reasons. Dentures are a suitable option for people wanting...

Tips for an Anxiety-Free Dentist Visit
17 Jun, 2019 Tips for an Anxiety-Free Dentist Visit

3 Steps to an Anxiety-Free Dentist Trip If you’ve been shying away from visiting a dentist because of your phobia, you are not alone. Anxiety...

You’ve Lost an Adult Tooth – Now What?
11 May, 2019 You’ve Lost an Adult Tooth – Now What?

Whether you’ve had an accident during a sports game or you’ve had an accident and fallen over, losing an adult tooth in this way is...

Overcoming your fear of the dentist
25 Apr, 2019 Overcoming your fear of the dentist

Many people are afraid of the dentist for a range of different reasons. Perhaps you don’t like needles. Maybe you are scared of lying back...

An Extra Level of Plaque Prevention: What is a Fissure Sealant?
11 Apr, 2019 An Extra Level of Plaque Prevention: What is a Fissure Sealant?

Brushing and flossing is the best way to fight plaque and prevent tartar build up, but what happens if the ridges of your teeth may...

What Is Acid Wear and How to Combat It
11 Mar, 2019 What Is Acid Wear and How to Combat It

Every day, our teeth are exposed to a range of substances. From liquids to food solids, toothbrushes and temperature levels, our teeth have to endure...

Healthy Mouth, Healthy Body. Can Oral Health Affect My Overall Health?
20 Jan, 2019 Healthy Mouth, Healthy Body. Can Oral Health Affect My Overall Health?

We all know oral health is important, but it’s often easy to forget just how important it is to brush, floss, gargle, and schedule regular...

Everything You Wanted to Know About Wisdom Teeth
22 Oct, 2018 Everything You Wanted to Know About Wisdom Teeth

Did you know that wisdom teeth are generally the last teeth to erupt in the mouth, but are also most frequent teeth to be extracted?...

The Impact of Stress on Your Oral Health
18 Oct, 2018 The Impact of Stress on Your Oral Health

Dental on Clarendon welcomes our first GP guest blog contributor, Dr Elaine Sung from Doctors of South Melbourne. We all know that prolonged and intense...

The History of Dental Floss
17 Aug, 2018 The History of Dental Floss

Flossing – it’s a love it or hate it part of your dental hygiene routine. Some floss religiously twice a day, while others might pull...

So, You’ve Just Had a Root Canal: How to Take Care of Yourself Post Procedure
15 Jul, 2018 So, You’ve Just Had a Root Canal: How to Take Care of Yourself Post Procedure

You might have a root canal procedure approaching, or you might require one in the future (knock on wood). They can be a daunting procedure,...

Caring for your health and safety during these difficult times

 

Your health and safety is always our number one priority, so we are taking additional precautions while caring for you during COVID-19.

A thorough screening process is currently in place to keep patients and staff safe. With these measures in place, we can now conduct routine and emergency dental care for all new and existing patients.

Strict infection guidelines have always been adhered to in our practice, however we have introduced additional precautions, including:

  • Social distancing in the waiting room
  • Hand sanitizer provided on entry to the practice
  • Temperature testing on arrival
  • Minimal additional guests allowed. We allow patients only, with the exception of one parent to children’s appointments, or if a companion is needed to translate.
  • Pre-treatment rinsing. The rinse contains hydrogen peroxide which kills COVID-19.
  • Use of Rubber Dam where feasible
  • Increased decontamination procedures conducted throughout the day

To maintain patient safety and strict infection control measures we are constantly monitoring and modifying regular workflows.
If you have any questions, please speak to our friendly staff for more information.

Thank you for your understanding.

Dental on Clarendon.