Don’t Overlook Your Gum Health

Don’t Overlook Your Gum Health

It’s easy to take your gums for granted, but the truth is that you cannot have healthy teeth without healthy gums. Many times, people have gum infection—and they are completely unaware of it. But gum infection is an insidious disease that often is present without any signs or symptoms. At LN Dental, we prioritise your gum health, providing periodontal treatment when patients need it. [caption id="attachment_9559" align="alignnone" width="3126"] Don’t Overlook...

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What Is Dental Tourism?

The word ‘tourism’ usually conjures up pictures of people lounging on a tropical beach or exploring famous attractions in a new city. But there is a new type of tourism that has been in the news lately: dental tourism. This is the type of tourism where tourists go to foreign countries to get dental care. Here are some things we want patients of our LN Dental Chester Hill to know...

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Dr. Sue

Dr. Sue

Having had a lot of dental treatment as a child, Dr. Sue began to aspire to be a dentist from a young age. What was once a terrifying place became a place of inspiration for her and she is passionate about guiding her patients to feel comfortable and more at home in the surgery as she did. Dr. Sue has completed her Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Dental...

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Broken Braces

Braces Emergency—What to Do When Brackets or Wires Break

Chances are, if you wear traditional braces, you’ll have a bracket or wire break at least once during your treatment. The first thing we tell patients of our LN Dental Chester Hill is not to panic. That said, however, you shouldn’t put off getting your broken braces fixed as soon as you possibly can. Not only can broken braces disrupt orthodontic treatment, but a damaged metal brace or wire can be...

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Can I Get Braces on the Top or Bottom Teeth Only?

Patients at our LN Dental Chester Hill frequently ask about getting braces on either the top or bottom teeth only. Often, the believe that one is already straight enough or not visible when they smile. Although there are some instances where this might be feasible, there are some considerations that need to be taken into account. When you come to LN Dental, we will take the time needed to conduct...

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6 Ways You Can Benefit from Professional Dental Cleanings

   Everyone is busy these days, and sometimes going to the dentist can seem like one more chore to add to an already-packed schedule. It’s no wonder then that dental visits get put off—and the next thing you know, you may not even be able to remember your last time in the dental chair.    But visiting the dentist regularly for check-ups and cleans can actually save you time in...

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My Teeth Are Mobile. Is This Just Part of the Ageing Process?

If you have noticed your teeth shifting position, you might be quick to simply write it off as one of the by-products of getting older. Although it is true that there can be changes with the position of the teeth as the ageing process takes hold, chances are good that if your teeth are mobile, you might have undiagnosed gum disease. It’s impossible to know for sure if your gums...

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Six Steps To Your Braces Treatment

Dental braces is one of the most widely used methods to improve the health of your teeth, as well as gaining a confident smile. However, getting and maintaining braces can be a nerve-wracking experience for some people, especially when you are not at all familiar with this process. Some might think getting braces are complicated, but we are here to reassure you by giving you a heads-up of what really...

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6-Step Porcelain Veneer Procedure For A Perfect Smile

Dental porcelain veneers are a highly successful solution to restoring a perfect smile by placing an extremely thin custom-made shell that is astonishingly lifelike in an appearance on the front of the natural tooth. Veneers are a widely popular solution to correct any flaws in a person’s teeth; hence it being the number one procedure in cosmetic dentistry today. This method is a perfect alternative to the previously dated dental...

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Why Do I Need a Dental Crown After Endodontic Treatment?

When we provide patients with endodontic treatment—also known as root canal therapy—we usually recommend the placement of a dental crown on the affected tooth. The reason for this is that the procedure can leave the tooth brittle since the living tissue has been removed from the tooth root. A dental crown will ensure the tooth is strong enough to withstand the pressure from chewing so you will have full use...

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