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Advantages of Getting Dental Implants

Unlike other modern types of tooth replacements, dental implants are the only ones that are structurally designed in a way that mimics natural teeth. From the artificial “root” to the crown anchored on top of it, these bio-compatible restorations are one of — if not the — best way to rehabilitate your smile when addressing missing teeth. Here are a few reasons why our Wyndham dentists frequently recommend implants to our patients: Implants are Non-invasive to Other Teeth An implant is a stand-alone new “tooth” that sets between healthy teeth without affecting their structure or integrity. When options like a … Continue reading

Top Invisalign FAQ

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At Wyndham Dental, our new Invisalign patients are typically very excited and curious about what life is going to be like with their clear braces. We’ve compiled some of the most common FAQs for you to read through before your consultation!   How long do I need to wear Invisalign each day? At least 20 hours per day, minimum. This gives you enough time to remove Invisalign when you eat, brush your teeth, or need to take them out for social situations.   How often do I change out my orthodontic trays? Every two weeks. Don’t change them out any … Continue reading

Get the Most Out of Your Werribee Teeth Whitening Experience

Teeth Whitening

Brightening the color of your teeth can help your enamel appear younger, healthier, and multiple shades brighter. But not all teeth whitening treatments are created equal! If you’re one of our Werribee patients that’s considering bleaching your teeth, here’s what you need to know: Use a Professional Grade Product Professional grade whitening products are more concentrated than anything you can purchase over the counter at the supermarket. As such, they’re able to work more efficiently and lift deeper stains inside of your enamel. Buying multiple kits at the store won’t get you the same results, but it will cost you … Continue reading

What do Cosmetic Veneers Have to Offer?


Have you been considering getting a bit of cosmetic dental work done to improve how your smile looks? From whitening to braces, you may feel like there are more options to choose from than you thought possible. If you’re looking for a comprehensive smile makeover approach that’s completed in just a few steps, you ought to give our Werribee clinic’s cosmetic veneers a consideration! Get to know what sets veneers apart from other choices… Veneers are Ideal for Healthy Teeth A veneer is a thin layer of porcelain that masks the tooth behind it. But they’re not used to repair … Continue reading

Want You Need To Know About Teeth Whitening


As we progress further into the 21st century, new trends in appearance arise daily and have us wanting to look our best. With these growing trends, teeth whitening has also gained more popularity throughout the years but many don’t know the full scope about how it is executed, what the benefits are, or why it was necessary in the first place. Listed below is some useful information to provide insight on teeth whitening prior to trying the procedure in-clinic or at home.   How is it done? The most common form of teeth whitening is bleaching. In this process, whitening … Continue reading

How Flossing Regularly Can Improve Your Dental Health


Brushing your teeth and flossing more frequently are common reminders that we often hear from our local dentists, but when it comes time to actually going through our daily routine, it isn’t unusual for us to skip one of these tasks–with flossing being the most regularly forgotten. In the moment, we don’t really think of skipping this routine as being such a big deal. However, flossing daily can drastically help to maintain your dental health as it is a vital part of keeping your teeth clean and healthy. Benefits of Flossing Appearance – Plaque can easily build up on the … Continue reading

Facts You Should Know About Dry Mouth


Dry mouth, also called as xerostomia, is a condition that is characterised by chapped lips, difficulty in swallowing food, feeling of dryness or burning sensation in the mouth. Listed below are few important causes of dry mouth- Dehydration – Low water intake can dehydrate your body and cause dryness in mouth. Hence, try to keep yourself hydrated by wetting your mouth or drinking plenty of water. Tobacco consumption – Tobacco, in any form, when consumed frequently can result in reduced salivary flow. Due to the dip in salivary flow there is a hike in the tendency to develop dental cavities. … Continue reading

Do I Have Gum Disease?


Periodontitis, also known as periodontal or “gum” disease, is an infection that affects the soft tissues and bone that surround your teeth. Left untreated, this gum infection can lead to tooth mobility or loss. Its presence also impacts the severity of underlying health conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, pneumonia, etc.   But how do you know whether or not you have a periodontal infection? Watch for signs like:   Bleeding gums: It’s not normal or healthy to bleed when you brush and floss. Bleeding when you clean along the gumlines or between teeth is a red flag.  Gum … Continue reading

Teeth cleaning for a better quality of life


Teeth cleaning coupled with dental hygiene checkups on a regular basis are perhaps the most crucial service that a dental professional can perform. The two cannot only prevent damage to the teeth but can also be helpful in extending dental restorations’ lifespan. In addition, this is the best investment one can make when it comes to the health of the gums, teeth, and the whole body. Preventive dentistry is the type of dentistry that you don’t require a license for you to practice. Your responsibility is to practice proper oral hygiene which includes brushing your teeth at least two times … Continue reading

3 Options for Replacing Missing Teeth


Are you struggling to smile because of a missing or recently extracted tooth? Fortunately, you don’t have to keep on living that way. When it comes to tooth replacement, you have more options than ever. Dental Implants Often referred to as the gold standard in tooth replacement, dental implants have an extremely high success rate and tend to last for decades. When well cared for, most implants can last for life. Plus, they’re stable enough to support any variety of restorations, including crowns, bridges, and even full dentures. They’re useful no matter how many missing teeth you need to replace. … Continue reading