Know the basics of wearing braces

Braces are excellent for straightening teeth but wearing them and looking after them takes a little more dedication. They take a bit more effort to keep clean, and you do need to avoid certain foods, but your reward is a beautifully straight and healthy smile. Brushing with braces Tooth brushing is even more essential while

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Four tips to surviving your first week with braces

The hardest part about getting braces is making it through the first week. Your body is getting used to the strange, new pieces of metal in your mouth, and you probably feel a little sore at first. Once you get through the first week, you’re well on your way to a beautifully straight smile. In

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Five tips to preventing tooth decay while wearing braces

If you’re wearing braces, then you know they’re working hard to straighten your teeth. However, braces can make it difficult to easily cleaning your teeth. It is essential that you put some extra effort into keeping your teeth clean and preventing tooth decay while wearing braces or there can be serious consequences. Here are our

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A warm welcome to our newest team member Dr Leigh Jones

We would like to extend a warm welcome to our newest team member Dr Leigh Jones. Leigh is renowned for his passion and as a leader in his chosen profession in Orthodontics. After graduating with a Bachelor of Dental Studies from the University of Western Australian, he then went on to complete a specialty-training course in Orthodontics

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Things to know if you’re considering Invisalign

Invisalign is an excellent treatment for invisibly straightening smiles, using clear plastic aligners to move teeth into the correct positions gradually. If you’re considering this treatment, here are some things you need to know. Almost anyone can have Invisalign Provided your teeth are strong and healthy, and you don’t have any loose teeth or gum

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Simple ways to protect your oral health while wearing braces

These days children and adults are wearing braces, and the results can be excellent. However, while receiving orthodontic treatment, it’s important to take good care of your teeth and gums and especially if you have fixed braces. Failing to take care of your braces increases the risk of gum disease, an inflammation that causes gums

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