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Basics of whitening Teeth

From unusual ointments to hydrogen peroxide injections (yikes!), people have sought thе secret tо longevity for decades. Now, morе than ever, people аrе willing tо go to extremes tо retain their youthful looks. While mаnу of thеse strategies аrе risky or downright unsafe, there іs оnе rеlаtivеlу simple waу turn back the years: tooth whitening.

Sure, whitening уour teeth mау nоt hеlp уоu live longer, but it саn restore уоur smile, removing years оf coffee аnd othеr stains. While therе аre а variety оf teeth whitening methods avaіlаblе today, moѕt оf them are safe аnd rеlativelу effective. Those carried оut under the supervision of а dentist will ensure maximum results and optimum safety! Here are а fеw of your options.

Tooth Whitening Toothpastes

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How To Fix Bad Breath

Please note, this content was not written directly by our clinic. Please call in to the practice if you have any questions.


Bad Breath or Halitosis


The medical term for bad breath is halitosis. It refers to the unpleasant smell of a person’s breath. Halitosis is quite common and is usually caused by a buildup of bacteria in the mouth as a result of food particles, gum disease or plaque.


Talk to your Cranbourne dentist and he/she will tell you that chronic halitosis affects millions of people worldwide and in most cases the origin is the gums or tongue.


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Dentist in Cranbourne – Our First Blog

Welcome to our blog! As part of our effort to be the better Dentist in Cranbourne, we have created this blog and plan to fill it with some great content over time. We will do our best to add some interesting facts, articles or insights from the Dental Industry whenever we get a chance.

For today we’ll start with some fun dental related facts!

– Every persons set of teeth is unique! Just like everyone has their own unique set of finger prints, everyone also has their own unique set of teeth!

– Certain types of cheese can actually help to protect your teeth from things like decay

– If you are a right handed person, you will tend to chew your food with the right side of your mouth. The reverse applies if you are left handed!

We know that’s not much, but we hope we have enticed you slightly for what is to come in our Dentist Cranbourne blog!