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There’s Better Oral Health on The Horizon Thanks to a New Ceramic Glass

Thanks to a brilliant job done by a team of researchers at Angstrom Laboratory at Uppsala University a new glass ceramic has been developed. This new glass ceramic is three times stronger than any of the ceramics currently on the market. Our dentists in Parramatta are excited as this news means better dental care with patients not having to visit their dentists as often, as they are benefiting fro[...]

You’re Probably Brushing Your Teeth Wrong

We all know that to maintain healthy teeth we need to stay away from sugars, and brush twice a day, despite this when we visit our dentists in Parramatta, we still often find we need a filling. The team here know that there is more to preventing tooth decay than just brushing twice a day. How you brush your teeth also plays a big part, brushing manually removes that sticky dental plaque which i[...]

4 Ways to Improve Your Dental Hygiene

When it comes to brushing your teeth, it all seems pretty straight forward but our dentists in Parramatta know a few things that might surprise you. Here are 4 tips to help you obtain even better dental health. We all know the advice given for healthy teeth – don’t eat too much sugar and brush twice a day, so why is that most of us do this, but still end up needing a filling when we visit t[...]

Tips to Help You Remember to Floss

Many dentists (and patients) are concerned with brushing, flossing, and oral hygiene. They’re keen to teach and learn the right technique. Flossing is especially crucial because it’s easy to do it wrong and end up hurting yourself. Some of us floss the first time and have unpleasant experiences, so we avoid it ever after. Fortunately, flossing isn’t rocket science. You could watch online vid[...]

What Your Dentist Wants You to Know About Your Oral Health Over the Holidays

Drinks It’s quite common to celebrate the festive season with a drink or two. The problem with alcoholic drinks is that they are acidic. This is not good for your teeth at all. They also have high sugar content. The sugar and acid in your favourite beverages can cause your teeth to decay and eventually you will have to get fillings. Over the holidays be sure to keep your alcoholic drinks to [...]

Feeling Confident with Your Smile in 2019

Have you ever looked in the mirror and thought you’d like to tweak something with your teeth? Your dentists here in Parramatta can help. We at Dental Avenue Parramatta offer the very latest in cosmetic dentistry to give you more confidence in your smile. Cosmetic Dentistry is a lot more than just making your teeth look pretty; it can be as complex as dental implants or as simple as tooth whit[...]

How to Handle a Dental Emergency When You Are Abroad

You’re on vacation at one your favourite destinations, relaxing on the beach without a care in the world. You grab the olive bowl, and while thinking how lucky you are to be living such a blessed life of eating olives on the beach you put one in your mouth and bite down. Before you know it you’re clutching your mouth and screaming obscenities. There was a pit in the olive and it’s snapped yo[...]

What do I do in a dental emergency?

Dental accidents do happen and knowing what to do when an accident occurs can mean the difference between saving or losing a tooth. For dental emergencies it is important to visit your dentist in Parramatta as soon as possible. You often find that most dentists leave a free appointment time in their daily schedule for emergency cases. Call your dentist in Parramatta as soon as you can and give [...]

The link between medications and cavities

As you get older, you may find yourself getting cavities, which may be something you haven’t had in years. As we age, we enter a *second round* of cavity prone years. One of the most common causes of cavities in older people is dry mouth. Dry mouth is not usually a normal side of aging, but commonly a side effect caused by more than 500 different types of medications, including those used to tre[...]

Why is one of my teeth loose?

As an adult, it can be very unsettling to have a loose tooth. When you have a loose tooth, lots of ideas start popping up in your head fromthe possibility of losing it, how costly it’s going to be, oreven a health concern. Permanent teeth can become loose for different reasons including - but not limited to - grinding, biting on things that are too hard, injury or gum disease. If you have any[...]