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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 the risk of decay in these teeth.

Fissure sealant placement is a quick and painless procedure that is most commonly used on children as a preventative measure against tooth decay, but can also be used on adults who experience similar issues.

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By Churchstdental | November 8, 2019

Blog Post – Careers Day Wyong Public School

On Thursday the 12th of September Wyong Public School held their annual Careers day expo. We were invited, along with other businesses around our local area, to hold a stall within the school. To represent the team at Church St Dental, I (Sam) went and attended the day representing our dental assistants. I was one…

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By Churchstdental | September 27, 2019

Jilliby Primary School Fete

On Saturday 21st of September, one of our Receptionists Melanie and Dental Assistants Natalie visited Jilliby Primary School for their family and community fun day, celebrating 130 years! The school is situated on Jilliby Road in Jilliby just under 10 minutes from us in Wyong, and has about 50 pupils who travel to school along…

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By Churchstdental | July 10, 2019

Child Dental Benefit Scheme – Is My Child Eligible?

You may not be aware of it, but your child could be eligible for up to $1000 for dental work covered by Medicare. This amazing project is called the Child Dental Benefit Schedule (CDBS) and it is helping families get their children the dental work they need.  Did you know that 1 in 4 children…

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