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Dental News & Advice

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Dental Trauma First Aid

Unfortunately dental accidents happen quite often in children and adults. Teeth can be chipped, cracked, or become loose following a fall, sports injury or another trauma. We urge that you get them checked by your dentist as quickly as possible to minimise long term damage. If you’re unsure at all please call us at The Walk-in Dental Centre and we

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Toothache

Toothache can be very painful. Adults and children can develop a toothache. Most of the time toothache can be avoided with regular dental check-ups. Consequently we advise booking a check-up so that any dental problems can be dealt with sooner rather then later. What to do if you have a toothache? Book a dentist appointment Rinse with salty water Pain

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Oral Hygiene Advise & Tips

Brush your teeth twice a day for at least two minutes (roughly 30 seconds in each quarter of your mouth). This removes plaque, which causes tooth decay and gum disease. The technique you use plays an important factor and our dentist will only be more then happy to help show you. Avoid using excessive force to avoid damage to the

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Charity Dental Work

Charity work is close to both dentists heart. They recently went to Guatemala to undertake a dental mission with a team of international dentists to provide dental treatment for poverty stricken families. Also in 2011 Karen went out to Peru and provided dental treatment to poverty stricken families and promoted oral health.

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Late Night Wednesday

The Walk-In Dental Centre is open until 7pm each Wednesday evening. Wednesday late night enables patients to visit us when life is less flexible. If you would like to book an evening appointment, please contact us on 6161 6405.

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Accreditations

The Walk-in Dental Centre are proud to announce we are an accredited dental practice! This is to provide our patients with peace of mind, ensure their safety and quality of service. Being an Accredited dental practice enables us to demonstrate a culture of quality and patient safety. What does accreditation mean for you? Safety, Quality, Peace of Mind There’s a commitment to safety and quality:

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