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  • Australia Day Long Weekend Trading Hours

    Australia Day Long Weekend Trading Hours We are CLOSED:  Monday 27th January 2020 Re-opening on Tuesday 28th January, 2020 For emergencies, please contact us through e-mail or telephone and a member...

  • Christmas and New Year's Trading Hours

    Concord Dental Practice will be closed from Monday 23rd December, 2019, Re-opening on Monday 6th January 2020. For emergency contact, please contact us through e-mail or telephone and a member of...

  • What is GUM DISEASE?

    Gum Disease Periodontal disease is a common but preventable chronic condition caused by plaque bacteria. It not only affects the gums, but also the bone that holds and supports the teeth, this can...

  • Back to school dental tips

    Ensure your children maintain the best oral health with these 3 easy tips. As parents it in important to demonstrate and assist your children in having good oral hygiene and healthy balanced diets....

  • Is fluoride bad for you?

    Fluoride is a naturally occurring mineral found in many water supplies and in some foods. In Australia, most public water supplies have a small amount of fluoride added to help strengthen teeth and...

  • 7 Habits that can cause your teeth to stain

    The best way to keep your smile looking bright is to avoid consumption of staining substances. Reduce consumption of coffee, tea, and red wine (tooth staining beverages) Coffee, tea and wine contain...

  • Denture Care Blog

    A daily denture care routine will help to minimise odour, stains and plaque accumulation to keep your denture looking like new and help them last longer. Dentures must be removed overnight; this lets...

  • Plaque DETECTION

    Have you ever looked at your child’s teeth in the morning and seen a white film of plaque stuck on their teeth?  You may be able to run your tongue over your own teeth after not brushing and feel a...

  • How do I know if I have a cavity?

    How do I know if I have a cavity? A cavity is a hole that grows bigger and deeper over time. Sometimes, noticeable obvious symptoms such as tooth sensitivity, tooth ache, pain whilst chewing sweets...

  • Professional teeth whitening vs. supermarket...

    Over time, your teeth will begin to stain and yellow a few shades, this occurs due to a number of different lifestyle and physiological reasons including drinking tea and coffee, smoking and even...

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