Alphington Dental Care
Alphington Dental Care
03 9482 4044
Alphington Dental Care
About Us Our Services
Book Now Contact Us
Common Paediatric Dental Procedures Parents Need to be Aware Of

Common Paediatric Dental Procedures Parents Need to be Aware Of

Paediatric dental procedures refer to dental care of children from birth to adolescence. It is special branch of dentistry that requires the dentists to go for further two years training after completing their general dentistry. Child psychology is part of their training course, and paediatric dental practitioners take care in removing fear of dental treatment… Continue Reading

Veneers vs Crowns – How to Choose the One That’s Right for You

Veneers vs Crowns – How to Choose the One That’s Right for You

Veneers and crowns are 2 of the more popular methods of teeth restoration. You need teeth restoration when you have crooked teeth, chipped or cracked teeth, badly misaligned teeth or when your teeth are stained because of substance abuse or medicinal side effects. Sometimes you need veneers and crowns when you have gone through root… Continue Reading

6 Tips to Avoid Tooth Decay in Toddlers

6 Tips to Avoid Tooth Decay in Toddlers

Tooth decay is a condition where the outer layer of the tooth which is a hard-white substance called enamel develops white spots and holes in it, exposing the inner tooth, making it vulnerable and very painful. If not prevented on time, it is possible for all children to develop tooth decay. There are bacteria in… Continue Reading

Flossing 101

  We’ve all heard the dreaded question before—from your current or previous dentist— “Have you been flossing?” So, why should we floss?   Flossing has two benefits: For healthy teeth: It gets rid of the food and plaque trapped between your teeth. If left, this debris can get wedged up between your teeth. Left for… Continue Reading

What to do if your porcelain veneers fall off

What to do if your porcelain veneers fall off

As is evident in dentists’ offices all over the world, there are thousands of variations and also anomalies in the set of teeth. We inherit the size, shape and colour of teeth from our parents. Sometimes, they are not as we want them to be. Sometimes with accidents or lack of hygiene we get our… Continue Reading

10 common dental problems in children

10 common dental problems in children

Recent advances in dental care has made all of us aware about the need to be paying more attention to children’s teeth. It was not long back that parents were not very keen about taking young children to dentists for regular check-ups thinking that dental problems will be solved once the children start getting their… Continue Reading

Caring for dentures – do’s and don’ts

Caring for dentures – do’s and don’ts

Millions of people all over the world wear dentures. Among these people there is a large chunk of population who are edentulous that is they have no teeth at all. And there are millions who are missing from one to many teeth. It is a rough estimate that among all these people with one or… Continue Reading

Is Your Baby Teething?

Is Your Baby Teething?

Babies with their toothless gums can melt anybody’s heart. But though the teeth are not visible at birth, babies are born with 20 primary teeth below the gums. There may be individual variations in the age at which they erupt. Each individual is born different and tooth eruption timeline also varies according to their genetic… Continue Reading

A Complete Guide to Mouth Sores

A Complete Guide to Mouth Sores

What are mouth sores? Mouth sore or mouth ulcer is the wearing away or loss of the mucous membrane that lines the inside of our mouth. These are delicate linings and their erosion creates painful sensations in the mouth. Mouth sores affect many people during their lifetime. The sores are actually not serious except in… Continue Reading

About Alphington Dental Care
Our Services
Make an Appointment
Contact Alphington Dental Care
Common Paediatric Dental Procedures Parents Need to be Aware Of

Common Paediatric Dental Procedures Parents Need to be Aware Of

Paediatric dental procedures refer to dental care of children from birth to adolescence. It is special branch of dentistry that requires the dentists to go for further two years training after completing their general dentistry. Child psychology is part of their training course, and paediatric dental practitioners take care in removing fear of dental treatment… Continue Reading

Veneers vs Crowns – How to Choose the One That’s Right for You

Veneers vs Crowns – How to Choose the One That’s Right for You

Veneers and crowns are 2 of the more popular methods of teeth restoration. You need teeth restoration when you have crooked teeth, chipped or cracked teeth, badly misaligned teeth or when your teeth are stained because of substance abuse or medicinal side effects. Sometimes you need veneers and crowns when you have gone through root… Continue Reading

6 Tips to Avoid Tooth Decay in Toddlers

6 Tips to Avoid Tooth Decay in Toddlers

Tooth decay is a condition where the outer layer of the tooth which is a hard-white substance called enamel develops white spots and holes in it, exposing the inner tooth, making it vulnerable and very painful. If not prevented on time, it is possible for all children to develop tooth decay. There are bacteria in… Continue Reading

Flossing 101

  We’ve all heard the dreaded question before—from your current or previous dentist— “Have you been flossing?” So, why should we floss?   Flossing has two benefits: For healthy teeth: It gets rid of the food and plaque trapped between your teeth. If left, this debris can get wedged up between your teeth. Left for… Continue Reading

What to do if your porcelain veneers fall off

What to do if your porcelain veneers fall off

As is evident in dentists’ offices all over the world, there are thousands of variations and also anomalies in the set of teeth. We inherit the size, shape and colour of teeth from our parents. Sometimes, they are not as we want them to be. Sometimes with accidents or lack of hygiene we get our… Continue Reading

10 common dental problems in children

10 common dental problems in children

Recent advances in dental care has made all of us aware about the need to be paying more attention to children’s teeth. It was not long back that parents were not very keen about taking young children to dentists for regular check-ups thinking that dental problems will be solved once the children start getting their… Continue Reading

Caring for dentures – do’s and don’ts

Caring for dentures – do’s and don’ts

Millions of people all over the world wear dentures. Among these people there is a large chunk of population who are edentulous that is they have no teeth at all. And there are millions who are missing from one to many teeth. It is a rough estimate that among all these people with one or… Continue Reading

Is Your Baby Teething?

Is Your Baby Teething?

Babies with their toothless gums can melt anybody’s heart. But though the teeth are not visible at birth, babies are born with 20 primary teeth below the gums. There may be individual variations in the age at which they erupt. Each individual is born different and tooth eruption timeline also varies according to their genetic… Continue Reading

A Complete Guide to Mouth Sores

A Complete Guide to Mouth Sores

What are mouth sores? Mouth sore or mouth ulcer is the wearing away or loss of the mucous membrane that lines the inside of our mouth. These are delicate linings and their erosion creates painful sensations in the mouth. Mouth sores affect many people during their lifetime. The sores are actually not serious except in… Continue Reading