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Scale, clean and polish 

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 Edwarde Street Dental

Missing upper molar tooth replaced with a non-metallic 3 unit bridge

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 Edwarde Street Dental

Restore heavily filled tooth with a non-metallic crown Emax crown

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 Edwarde Street Dental

Implant replacement of missing lower molar

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 Edwarde Street Dental

 

Upper full denture and 6 implant supported lower fixed bridge

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 Edwarde Street Dental
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Drinks

  • Most of the soft drinks we sip throughout the day contain a large amount of sugar and all of them contain tooth-eroding acid – try to stick with water. 
  • After drinking sports/soft drinks don’t brush your teeth for an hour after you’ve finished – the acid in them temporarily softens your tooth enamel and brushing too early will harm it.

Mouthguards

  • It is very important to wear a custom-fitted mouthguard when training and playing contact sport to help protect you against painful and expensive injuries to your teeth and mouth. 
  • If a tooth is cracked or chipped, see a dentist as soon as possible. Place any broken pieces of tooth in a small amount of milk, or plastic wrap if milk is unavailable, and take them to the dentist with you. 
  • Custom-fitted mouthguards should be worn whilst playing and training for any sport where there is a possibility of contact to the face. 
  • The Australian Dental Association strongly recommends investing in a custom-fitted mouthguard from your dentist. 
  • Have your mouthguard checked at your regular dental check-up to make sure it fits correctly and offers maximum protection. 
  • Keep your mouthguard clean and store it in a rigid container, away from heat to ensure it maintains its shape. 
  • Over-the-counter mouthguards do not provide enough protection against injuries to your teeth, mouth or jaw. Dental injuries can be very costly, so it is worthwhile investing in a custom-fitted mouthguard.