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Dental Health

How to manage your teen’s dental habits

Teenagers have a lot of responsibility. Growing up, school, sports, homework, developing friendships and dealing with peer pressure can take their toll on a young mind. Unfortunately, for most teens oral health does not seem to be much of a priority. As parents, making sure your teen maintains a good dental care routine can be…

Dental Phobia

Dental Phobia and How You Can Tackle It

Dental phobia is a very real problem for millions of people around the world. Fear of the dentist and dental procedures can be so intense that it prevents many people from seeking the dental care that they require. Whether you have a slight case that simply makes visiting your dentist an unpleasant experience or you…

Dental Hygiene

8 Great Dental Hygiene Tips

Your mouth serves many functions like smiling, chewing and speaking. Dental health is also directly related to your overall body health. Discoloured teeth, broken teeth, gum infection and other dental problems can also affect your self-confidence. With this in mind, maintaining good dental hygiene is extremely important. Below is a list of 10 useful tips to…


Invisalign Treatment

One of the first things people notice about you is your smile. If you are self-conscious of your smile and unhappy with the alignment of your teeth, Invisalign may be an option to give you the straight, beautiful smile you deserve. What is Invisalign? Invisalign is an orthodontic treatment that doesn’t require wearing braces. Most…

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Dental Trauma

Sports injuries, playground accidents, mishaps at home and car collisions are among the more common causes of dental trauma. Some dental problems need to be treated as soon as possible, while others can wait a few days. Do you know which is which? The team at Pimpama City Dental Centre are here to help with…

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Dental Treatment Before, During and After Pregnancy

Taking good care of your teeth and gums is always important, but even more so when you are pregnant. Pregnancy causes many hormonal changes in your body and this, in turn, can increase your risk of developing gum disease. Below are some tips to help you maintain good oral health before, during and after pregnancy….