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By Churchstdental | March 27, 2019

Love Lanes Festival Wyong

Whenever February comes around all of us here at Church St Dental think the same thing…Love Lanes Festival is here! While it is true that we plan our stall months ahead, we can’t help but feel excited when we know it is only a few weeks away. This year we had one of our Dental…

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By Churchstdental | October 16, 2017

What toothpaste should I use?

Walking down the hygiene care aisle in the supermarket, we’re dazzled with “advanced formulas”, “multi-action” pastes, and even “natural” toothpastes. But all hype aside, what type of toothpaste should you be using? From pulverised bones and crushed oyster shells to the modern-day pearly white paste, the role of toothpaste has always been to remove plaque and prevent cavities. At…

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By Churchstdental | October 9, 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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By Churchstdental | September 20, 2017

What is a fissure sealant?

A fissure sealant is a protective coating that is used to cover the chewing surfaces of the back adult teeth. It forms a hard shield that keeps food and bacteria from getting into the tiny grooves in the teeth. These grooves tend to trap plaque that causes decay, so filling the grooves will help minimise…

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By Churchstdental | September 13, 2017

Career’s Day at Wyong Primary School

Last week our lovely Receptionist Ash visited Wyong Primary School to participate in their Careers Day event! This event is held every year at the school and a large variety of local businesses come together and participate to educate the students on different career paths they may want to take. This was a wonderful chance…

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By Churchstdental | September 1, 2017

Is soft drink really that bad for my teeth?

Yes! Soft drink is bad for your teeth for a number of reasons: The high sugar content contained in most soft drinks provide food for the bacteria that cause decay. This leads to holes forming in your teeth. Soft drink also has a high acid content, which wears away the outer surface of your teeth…

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