The thought of attending or even making an appointment to visit the dentist can cause a lot of us to experience anxiety and fear (dental phobia). Many people suffer from DENTAL PHOBIAS and are so terrified of the dentist that they avoid visiting the dentist, no matter what derelict state their mouth is in. This… Continue reading Dealing with Dental Anxiety and Phobia
‘Dental Tourism’ is it worth the RISK? These days it is common for people to seek ‘dental tourism’ options while overseas. Lets face it, cheap dentistry on the back of a vacation can be appealing. Its possible to save 50% on the cost of dental treatment when travelling aboard to countries such as Thailand, Malaysia,… Continue reading ‘Dental Tourism’ is it worth the RISK?
How many of us are guilty of saying “it’s not sunny today” or “I work indoors, I don’t need to wear a sunscreen?” Ultraviolet (UV) rays are around us everywhere… So why is it so importance to protect our skin from harmful UV RAYS? There are 3 types of UV Rays UVA (Ageing) this type of… Continue reading AVOID PREMATURE AGEING OF YOUR SKIN AT FACELAB
Is Acne and Acne Scarring a concern for you? Acne is a skin conditions that can affect both sexes across a wide range of ages from teens through to adults. Treating acne can become a challenge for a lot of people. Firstly it’s important to identify the reason / cause for the acne and any… Continue reading CDIC, Malvern Dentist & Facelab Clinics now offer Acne and Acne Scarring Treatments
Teeth grinding or bruxism, is excessive clenching or grinding of the teeth that is distinct from the normal chewing function. Although this can occur during the day, mostly it occurs during the night and is subconscious. Sometimes signs or symptoms can go undetected until you attend for your regular check-up and the team at Cosmetic Dental and Implant Centre notice… Continue reading Are you at Teeth Grinder?
The Poche Centre for Indigenous Health led an initiative to have more Aboriginal people knowledgeable on oral health care, and improve dental health in their communities. Together with the Rotary Club of Sydney, Armajun Aboriginal Health Service, Centre for Oral Health Strategy NSW and the university’s Faculty of Dentistry, they launched the Aboriginal Oral Health Scholarships. The… Continue reading The University of Sydney’s Poche Centre for Indigenous Health is offering scholarships to Aboriginal people for dentistry study
In 2011, there were 700 people who died from cancer of the pharynx, lip and oral cavity according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. The figure is more than twice the death rate of cervical cancer. Despite that, only few, even those in the medical community, are aware that oral cancer is preventable. Dr. Mahmoud… Continue reading Dental Experts Are Alarmed by the Lack of Oral Cancer Knowledge
Welcome to our new website! We’ve been working hard over the summer to bring a fresh look to our website. We hope you enjoy the ease of navigation throughout the site and find all the information you’re looking for. We’re also debuting our new blog, which we’ll be updating on a regular basis to keep… Continue reading Welcome to our website