The reality is our eating habits play a major role in tooth decay, which is a diet related disease. Sugars in the food and drinks we eat are taken up by bacteria, producing acids that attack the outer layer of tooth enamel to cause decay. Our saliva helps our teeth recover from these attacks through…

Dentistry has evolved significantly over time, from pulling a tooth because of cavity to metal and gold fillings to tooth colouring filling materials. Then, porcelain material was introduced as a reliable alternative to fillings in certain cases. As technology has improved, so has the pain control, teeth replacement and teeth straightening options. Melbourne based general…

Pregnancy is a key part of many women’s life. Your dental health before and during the pregnancy can have an effect on your growing child and of course your own dental health. The best treatment is of course prevention, so anyone planning on having children would be well advised to have a full dental check…