10 things you need to consider before choosing a dentist
Welcome to Dental Matters, Sandy! We are proud to have you as part of our team! Wishing you every success with your career with us!
There is nothing fair about the way private health insurers treat consumers! If you pay the same premium, you should get exactly the same rebate. Talk to your patients. Tell your member of parliament. Same policy. Same treatment. Same rebate. Optometry Australia Chiropractors' Association of Australia Australian Physiotherapy Association
Compounds present in red wine reduce the ability of three species of bacteria responsible for creating plaque.
This special gentlemen regularly flies in from Melbourne just to see Dr Chryssidis for his dental treatment. We are truly humbled, Mr G!
We wish everyone a safe and enjoyable long weekend! We are closed on Monday, but will reopen on Tuesday.
Cuteness overload! This little 4-year was so relaxed during his preventative treatment. He was happily engrossed watching his own DVD with our headphones. How adorable!
The Australian Dental Association recommends a custom-fitted mouthguard for all Australians who participate in contact sport or sports with high risk of dental injury. Find your local ADASA member dentist here: http://bit.ly/2BwQNK8
Did you know.. Kittens have 26 temporary teeth that begin to erupt at about 2-3 weeks of age. Then at about 3-4 months, their 30 permanent teeth start to emerge! Similarly, puppies have 28 temporary teeth, but then 12 more permanent teeth emerge at 4 months of age - that's 42 permanent teeth! By age 3, approximately 75% of both puppies and kittens show signs of gum disease. There are many products available to help with their oral health, so see your local vet for advice.
Remember to have a dental checkup every 6 months to stay on top of your oral hygiene!
This is why visiting the Dentist every 6 months for a Dental Cleaning is Essential !
Are your teeth sensitive? A sharp pain experienced after drinking a hot or cold drink can indicate the presence of a sensitive tooth. Sensitive teeth can be caused by decay, poor brushing techniques, regular intake of acidic food or drink, or with age as the gums recede. Consult your dentist for a correct diagnosis. This may involve treatment, or simply the application of a varnish for temporary relief from severe sensitivity.
Dental Matters is proud to support Susan Tillett in her quest to raise $15000 for the Leukaemia Foundation. She is extremely courageous as she will be shaving her head for charity. If you wish to support this worthy cause, please follow the link below.
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The Turnbull government won’t support a tax on sugary drinks despite Australia’s peak medical body insisting it needs to be a priority as more than half of Australians are at risk because of their body weight. Read more: http://bit.ly/2ABKiSa
Robert was delighted with his Zoom! bleaching result - after just 1 session!
Do you suffer from snoring or sleep apnoea? Excessive snoring and sleep apnoea leads to broken sleep, and can cause constant fatigue and tiredness. Dental appliances are an effective treatment for snoring and mild sleep apnoea. Mouthpieces re-position the lower jaw, which moves the tongue out of the way of the throat and leaves the airway free from blockage. Ring Dental Matters today for more information!
Welcome to the Dental Matters team, Janette! We're very happy to have you, and we hope you have an amazing time working with us!
Happy New Year! Today is our first day back for 2018! Call us now and book your appointment to start the new year with your best smile!
Today was our last day of 2017! We're taking a short break over Christmas and will reopen on Tuesday January 2nd. Thank you to everyone who supported us throughout the year! We hope you all have a very merry Christmas and a safe and happy new year! :D
Want to see how tooth decay develops? Check out the video below! #dental #dentist #adelaidedental
Five stages of tooth decay.
Dr Chryssidis' last group of final year dental students completed their clinic sessions with her this week. They are all looking forward to getting out into the workforce! Congratulations students!
'East 17 - Stay Another Day' the Singing Dentist version ??
Only 20 days until Christmas!