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By Terrigal Dental | June 24, 2019

Are You a Teeth Grinder?

Do you grind your teeth or clench your jaw in your sleep? Perhaps you wake up in the morning with a sore jaw or have regular headaches? If this is the case, you may have Bruxism and not even know it!   This is very common with many of our patients. Bruxism can go undiagnosed…

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By Terrigal Dental | June 4, 2019

Wisdom Teeth – All you need to know!

Wisdom teeth; we all have them. Some go a whole lifetime without having any issues, whilst others experience pain, infections and swelling in their late teens and early twenties and need to have one or all of them extracted. What are wisdom teeth? Wisdom teeth are the rear third molars that come through at a…

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By Terrigal Dental | May 10, 2019

Why are my teeth yellow? Teeth whitening/bleaching

Cleaning your teeth and maintaining their level of whiteness, isn’t as easy as it sounds… and we completely understand! Starting your morning without a warm cup of coffee and winding down without a glass of wine, just doesn’t sound as enjoyable. To make things worse, it is not just coffee and wine that stain your…

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By Terrigal Dental | September 6, 2018

Good Start Tumbi Umbi – Tuesday the 6th of September 2018.

On Tuesday the 6th of September, Amber and I went to Good Start at Tumbi Umbi to give the Oral Health presentation about why we have teeth and how to keep them happy and Healthy. As we arrived, the children were outside playing in the fresh air, in the sand pits and on their bikes….

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By Terrigal Dental | May 22, 2018

Terrigal Dental is now moving to 3/40 Oceanview Drive, Wamberal

Why are we moving? 1. Better parking and no dealing with Terrigal traffic! 2. Level access so no more walking up the stairs! Having been in our current location for 50 years now it is now time for a new beginning and a new place! Along with our new location we will also be welcoming…

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By Terrigal | October 16, 2017

What causes cavities?

Cavities or holes are formed by acid producing bacteria that live on the plaque in your mouth. When sugars and starches aren’t cleaned off your teeth, bacteria quickly begin feeding on them and form plaque. The acids in plaque remove minerals in your tooth’s hard, outer enamel. This erosion causes tiny openings or holes in the…

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