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Can Tooth Decay be Reversed?

Ugh, the constant throbbing, the flinching at every sip of coffee and bite of ice cream and chewing from only the “good” side can make you want to crawl under the covers. Let’s be honest, the shame of not brushing and flossing enough can add a whole new layer of frustration to the situation.  Despite all this, you may have put off visiting the dentist thinking the pain will eventually go away (spoiler alert: it won’t) just to take over-the-counter pain meds to help with the pain.  While they can dull the pain for a short period, they don’t quite … Continue reading


 Tooth Removal Recovery Tips

Is it getting increasingly challenging to flash those pearly whites because of tooth or gum pain? It could be a sign of various dental issues such as gum disease, tooth decay, severe tooth infection, trauma to your teeth or gums, crowded teeth or even an impacted wisdom tooth.  Chances are your dentist will recommend a tooth removal but don’t fret because it is more common than you think.  Here at Wyndham Dental, we understand the worry and anxiety surrounding tooth removal. The thought of it may seem daunting, making you want to skip visiting the dentist and manage your pain … Continue reading


Dental Wellness in Werribee: Tips for a Healthy Smile 

Your smile is often the first thing people notice about you and a beautiful smile can leave a lasting impression. After all, a healthy smile is one that makes you feel good about yourself and makes you feel confident without even trying. The good news is that a stunning smile is well within reach for anybody with a little time and effort. All it takes is some daily care and attention. The end result will be a bright, confident and healthy smile that steals the show.  Here are some tips for a healthy smile put together by our team at … Continue reading


Can Sleep Apnoea Snoring Be Cured?

There’s nothing quite like a good night’s sleep at the end of a long day. It’s like hitting the reset button, giving your body and mind a chance to rest and reset for the next day.  However, if you find yourself waking up tired and feeling like you’re not fully rested, it could be a sign of a sleep disorder. One of the most common sleep disorders is Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA), which when left untreated can disrupt your sleep, health and life.  At Wyndham Dental, we provide sleep apnoea treatment for our patients so that you can get a … Continue reading


How Can I Relieve Tooth Nerve Pain?

What is Tooth Nerve Pain? Tooth nerve pain, more commonly known as toothaches, can be a painful and distressing experience. It occurs when the nerves inside your teeth are either inflamed, irritated or damaged, allowing external stimuli such as heat and cold to reach the nerve endings of your teeth. From sudden/mild toothaches that cause on-and-off pain to severe toothaches that cause constant pain and throbbing, tooth nerve pain requires urgent dental assistance as soon as possible. Left untreated, this pain can worsen, leaving you in excruciating discomfort that can affect your daily life. If you have a toothache that’s … Continue reading

Do Dental Crowns Feel Natural?

Ever wondered if a dental crown could seamlessly blend in with your teeth, offering not just a fix but a natural feel, too? It absolutely can! In this blog, let’s dive into dental crowns and answer the pressing question of whether dental crowns feel natural.  Dental crowns, also known as tooth caps, are effective dental restorations used to restore the shape, appearance and function of teeth. From preserving a weakened tooth to restoring a damaged tooth, dental crowns are a truly versatile solution.  These dental crowns are custom-made to fit over the natural tooth and blend in with the rest … Continue reading

Free Implant Consultation in Werribee

Are missing teeth affecting your smile and confidence? Dental implants are the answer to your missing teeth!  Dental implants are a popular restorative solution for replacing missing teeth. Made from biocompatible titanium, dental implants are artificial tooth roots that work as substitutes for your natural teeth. They are an effective tooth replacement solution because they can replace your missing teeth right down to their roots, preventing a host of oral issues. We offer FREE implant consultations at our clinic for patients looking to assess their eligibility and learn more about this incredible treatment. These implants are surgically inserted into your … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Guide to Managing Sensitive Teeth

Imagine indulging in your favourite ice cream without wincing in pain and sipping a cup of hot tea without any discomfort. Tooth sensitivity is not something that should hold you back from enjoying the things you love.  Tooth sensitivity is a dental condition where you feel a short, sharp pain in your teeth when exposed to an external stimulus. It could be hot or cold foods and drinks, the cold air or even the touch of your toothbrush when brushing your teeth.  While this pain typically lasts for a few seconds and wears off once the stimulus is removed, it’s … Continue reading

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Say Goodbye to Stains: 5 Tips for a Whiter Smile

We all dream of having a bright, white smile. A dazzling smile is a confidence booster that can spread your smile even wider. Unfortunately, however, stained teeth can be quite a common and pesky issue many Australians face. While stained teeth are not always an indicator of unhealthy teeth or poor oral health, they can really do a number on your confidence — especially in social situations.  So, what’s causing your teeth to discolour? Well, there are a few possible reasons for this. Sometimes, it could be caused by an underlying dental problem. Also called “intrinsic stains”, they result from … Continue reading

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8 Signs You May Need A Dental Crown

What is a dental crown? A dental crown is like a cap for your tooth. It’s a cover that’s custom-made to fit over a damaged or decayed tooth, restoring its shape, strength and appearance. You can think of it as giving your tooth a new outer layer to keep it strong and help it look great again.  Our dental crowns are meticulously fabricated using materials that mimic the look and feel of real teeth, so once they’re in place, nobody can tell the difference! When would you need a crown? Here are some of the most common reasons why you … Continue reading