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  • Watch your mouth – Dental Health Week

    Dental Health Week supported by the Australian Dental Association focuses on promoting oral health. The team at Concord Dental Practice as dental health practitioners in Australia encourage and...

  • Child Dental Benefits UPDATE

    Child Dental Benefits UPDATE Concord Dental Practice caters for your entire family. We now provide a gap –free BULK-BILL service for all children eligible under the Child Dental Benefit Scheme – this...

  • Why should I see a dental hygienist for my...

    Good dental hygiene is the foundation of a healthy mouth. A dental hygienist is a health professional who focuses on the prevention and treatment of oral disease; they are heavily responsible for...

  • Christmas & New Year's Trading Hours

    Concord Dental Practice will be closed from Saturday 23rd December, 2017, Re-opening on Monday 8th January 2018. For emergency contact, please contact us through e-mail or telephone and a member of...

  • Missing teeth? What are the options?

    Missing teeth have a substantial impact on dental health and appearance. When teeth are lost there can be a change in brushing, this places a direct impact on gum disease and creates movement of...

  • Why do I have black stains on my teeth?

    Stain on the teeth can have a variety of causes; stains can be attributed to not only poor brushing habits or coloured food, but also by medications, supplements and bacteria! Foods and drinks such...

  • Do I need dental x-rays?

    Why do we need x-rays? X-rays also known as radiographs are required in the dental setting as diagnostic tools. Viewing teeth in the mouth does NOT provide dental practitioners with the entire...

  • Women & Oral Health

    Puberty: Throughout puberty many changes are occurring in the body, including in the mouth! The body produces extra sex hormones such as estrogen and progesterone increasing the blood supply to the...

  • How regular dental visits protect you from...

    Studies suggest that regular dental visits protect against pneumonia by reducing the levels of harmful bacteria in the mouth. Based on health records of more than 26,000 people in America, suggest...

  • Flossing – Why it’s essential for your oral...

    Brushing your teeth on a consistent twice daily basis is extremely important in providing much needed fluoride to the teeth and removing plaque bacteria sitting on the tooth surface. Each tooth has 5...

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