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

Treat yourself with these tricks to avoid cavities Tis the season of trick or treat. Let’s be honest – mostly treat. And to be fair, a day of treats won’t have too much of an impact on your dental health, but if you’re wondering around the neighbourhood collecting candy, storing it away for a rainy…

tooth decay

New figures have shown tooth decay resulted in the hospitalisation of 630 children aged 0-3 in South Australia, who had to have dental treatment under general anaesthetic in 2015-16. Soaring cases of major dental work needed by children has seen a 55 per cent increase in the past decade in general anaesthetic provided to children…

happier smiles

Dental Health Week, which takes place in the first full week of August, aims to educate Australians about the importance of maintaining good oral health in every aspect of their lives. This year Dental Health Week, which runs from 7 to 13 August, has taken Oral Health For Busy Lives as its theme, with the aim of helping…

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…

Orthodontics

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…

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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