Our Clinic is Now Open for ALL General and Cosmetic Procedures

Our Clinic is Now Open for ALL General and Cosmetic Procedures

It is with a great pleasure to let you know that the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC) has now approved the move from Level 2 to Level 1 dental service restrictions as of 8 May 2020. This means that all dental treatments are allowed, including general and cosmetic procedures.

Check & Clean Appointments

Many of our valued patients missed their regular check-up and clean because of the restrictions with COVID-19, but it is important to remind you to schedule an appointment to get you back to the routine of optimum oral health. Read More...

COVID-19 Update 23rd April – Open for Business

COVID-19 Update 23rd April – Open for Business

I hope all of you have been keeping safe and happy in our lock down period and have found peace,and connection with all your loved ones at home during this time. The government have just started to ease us back into normalcy by changing the restrictions to Level 2 which means that we can now start to practice face to face again with more routine dental treatment providing we take precautions like using of the rubber dam and reducing aerosols, which means that we can protect both you and us better. Read More...

Dental Emergency: Crown Fell Off? Give Us a Call.

Dental Emergency: Crown Fell Off? Give Us a Call.

During these uncertain times with COVID-19, we’ve had calls from some of our patients because they are experiencing some kind of tooth pain. They really don’t want to wait to see if “it will get better”. Normally, they would just call and come in for an appointment. However, because of the lockdowns, they are uncertain what they can do about this pain, and even if they can see a dentist.

In this post, we’ll address a common patient concern of a crown coming loose and falling off. Read More...

Coronavirus Safety Procedures at our Perth Dental Clinic

As a practice we want you to be aware that we are continually monitoring the data on the COVID-19 (coronavirus) threat very closely with guidance from the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)  and the World Health Organisation and assessing the potential impact on the health of our families, staff and our clients.

Your Safety is Our Priority

We want to reassure you that you are safe in our hands. We carry out universal precautions as if every person we were treating were infectious so that we take all the measures to protect against infection of any kind. Read More...

4 Tips to Protect Your Brilliant Smile

4 Tips to Protect Your Brilliant Smile

Having a healthy smile is a reflection of your overall health. When teeth are bright and white, we feel better and we smile more. Studies have shown that smiling is a physical act that excites the brain to produce more “feel good” chemicals like dopamine. Smiling, especially when you have bright white teeth, has also been shown to give you that edge in professional and social success.

If you want to keep your brilliant smile, you know there are many pitfalls that can dull your radiant smile.

Here are four tips for preserving your awesome smile. Read More...