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Suite 7/20-24 Gibbs Street, Miranda NSW 2228

Tooth decay is the most chronic health concern for children. It can lead to pain, infection, malnutrition, and premature loss of baby teeth, which can affect the development of adult teeth. Baby teeth are important for eating a good diet, jaw growth, appearance, speech and most importantly, to keep the spacing for their adult teeth….

Cosmetic dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry can be a really positive and freeing experience for patients. Feeling self-conscious about your smile can really undermine your confidence and detract from the special moments in your life. Here at Shire Dental, we firmly believe you should love your smile. We also believe prevention is better than cure, which is why you’ll…

dental tourism

“Don’t risk the ‘cheap health holiday away’ only to have a ‘big health bill’ after you come back”. That’s the warning from the Australian Dental Association (ADA) and Shire Dental Centre agrees. “Dental tourism” is the practice of undertaking medical or dental treatment procedures overseas while people are on holidays. ADA Deputy Chairman of the…

dental care

Patients invest in braces to improve their smile. You should love your smile. It’s unique. It’s part of your personality. It’s one of the first things people will notice about you. Feeling self-conscious about your smile can really undermine your confidence and detract from the special moments in your life. That’s why it’s important for…


When should your child see an orthodontist? The Australian Society of Orthodontists recommends children between the ages of 8-10 years visit a registered specialist orthodontist for an assessment. This allows the orthodontist to evaluate your child’s existing and incoming teeth and determine whether or not early treatment might be necessary. 9 signs your child may…

overcoming dental anxiety

High dental anxiety affects approximately one in six Australian adults and about one in 10 children, according to the Australian Research Centre for Population Oral Health at the University of Adelaide. Here we will consider why people experience dental anxiety and some techniques patients and practitioners can use to help reduce dental anxiety. Why do…

Childrens Dental Health

Shire Dental is pleased to hear that the Federal Government is putting its money where its mouth is, with Health Minister Greg Hunt announcing the Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS) cap will be reinstated to $1,000. The CDBS commenced on 1 January 2014 and provides access to benefits for basic dental services to around 3…

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