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How to know if your child’s teeth are growing correctly

As a parent, you are constantly monitoring the progress of your child’s growth to ensure that everything is developing correctly. Although some aspects of growth are easy to track, others can be a little more confusing. Dental matters are often complex to understand, and parents can be left unsure as to whether their child’s teeth

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Four ways to improve your smile

In the era of influencers and digital fame, everybody desires a beautiful smile. Having a white, straight grin can hugely impact our lives for the better. Although few of us like to admit that we are shallow, the reality is that appearance can largely impact the way we view others, or the way we are

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Four signs that you need to go to the dentist

Spoiler alert: this article could result in you booking a dental appointment. In order to have reached this page, you have most likely been Googling something like… “How do I fix a tooth ache?” “My mouth is in pain, what should I do? “Why is my mouth sore and how can I stop it?” There

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Can a poor diet be bad for your teeth?

We don’t mean to be the bearers of bad news. We know that chocolate, chips and sweets are delicious. Really. Really. Delicious. However, as experienced dentists, we know that diet is crucial for your oral health. We would be flat out fibbing if we said that your teeth can handle the sugar you crave. Of

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How often should you visit the dentist?

Dentist haters: block your ears. Making an effort to attend your local dentist clinic on a regular basis is important, whether you like to hear it or not. Having ongoing check-ups and hygiene treatments will keep your teeth healthy and pain-free. In most cases, the frequency of your dental visits depends on the nature of

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Six signs that your dentist is too rough

Saying the word dentist is enough to make most people squirm. Something as simple as an oral hygiene check-up can often leave children howling with their arms crossed. Adults are often so frightened from their painful childhood experiences that they do not return for teeth check-ups at all in their later years. Many people in

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Caringbah, NSW 2227

(02) 9525 0595

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Opening Hours

Monday : 9:00am - 7:00pm Tue - Fri : 9:00am - 5:00pm Saturday : 8:00am - 12:00pm

Appointment Booking

reception@thecaringbahdentists.com.au

COVID-19

Due to the increasing rates of COVID-19, our priority is to protect the health and safety of our patients and the wider community. The Australian Dental Association (ADA) has advised all dental practices nationwide to move to level 2 restrictions – that is, all non-essential treatment should be postponed until 30 April.

Because of this, we will be only seeing patients on an emergency-only basis until 30 April, or until advised differently by the ADA. We will be available for phone consultations, help remotely triage emergencies and also post out prescriptions for medications and dental products. Please call if you need an emergency appointment, We will only be seeing patients who have trauma, infection or are in pain.

If you do need to attend our surgery, we have implemented additional hygiene precautions including the use of a hydrogen peroxide mouth rinse, regular disinfection of all surfaces, and hand sanitiser for mandatory use for all patients entering our premises. We will also book emergencies with a 30 minute waiting period in between patients, to maintain social distancing guidelines.

This is a difficult and uncertain time for all of us. We take our contribution to flattening the curve seriously, as well as our commitment to your safety. We are so grateful for your understanding and support.

Stay well, stay safe.
Dr Ram Nathwani, and the team at The Caringbah Dentists