Teeth grinding or 'Bruxism' is a common condition affecting 1 in 3 people. Learn what the common causes are, symptoms and ways to treat bruxism.
We've included some helpful and informative articles for our patients on common dental questions and topics, from implant care to veneers and FAQs.
Teeth sensitivity can cause severe discomfort and be a symptom of a more serious issue. Learn 9 common causes of sensitive teeth & ways you can prevent it.
The number of Australians travelling overseas for cheaper dental work (Dental Tourism) is becoming increasingly popular, but is it really worth taking the risk?
Find out if snoring is a result of other more severe medical conditions. Also, learn about available treatments and the potential health risks if left untreated.
Crossbites and overbites are malocclusions that can have quite an effect on one’s personal appearance. These dental issues have long been a source of insecurity for teenagers and even adults.
Halitosis or bad breath is not something that you can just ignore. You need to be aware of the main causes of bad breath and the best ways to prevent or cure them. Learn about the causes of bad breath.
During pregnancy the surge of hormones affects many things including your teeth making it all the more important to check in with your dentist.
Find out about our resident dentist Dr David Farrington and his love for surfboat rowing. David has been rowing for nine years, he just can't seem to give it up!
Read our 6 tips for dealing with dental anxiety today. Don't hesitate to express any concerns with us, we are here to make you feel comfortable.
Check out some of our frequently asked questions.
We cover how you can take care of dental implants, crowns & bridges to make them last. For more information, contact Pymble Dental
Porcelain Veneers vs Composite Resin Veneers – which should you choose? Find out what you need to know to make the right choice.
All the supporting evidence citing the medical benefits of oil pulling is of the anecdotal variety and any fluid rinsing for 20 minutes will have the same effect.
Charcoal toothpaste is an abrasive product which will damage your enamel with continued use and has no actual whitening potential.
Learn the advantages and disadvantages of dental implants vs the alternatives, such as partial dentures, getting a fixed bridge or no treatment at all.