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New Partnership Brings Quality Dental Care to North Sydney

In response to demand from the local business community, North Sydney-based Quality Dental today announced a partnership program that makes the highest-quality dental care available to staff at local corporations and businesses. The program offers North Sydney businesses a way to ensure their employees and families have affordable access to cutting-edge dental services and emergency [...]

By | August 18th, 2014|Cosmetic Dentist North Sydney, Cosmetic Dentist Sydney, Dental Advice, Dental Technology News|Comments Off on New Partnership Brings Quality Dental Care to North Sydney

Product Review: Beating Bad Breath with BreathRx

It’s post-Australia Day in North Sydney, work has summoned you back to the daily grind, and life is returning to its less festive self. Going back to reality may feel tough at first, but it’s even harder if all the food and drink over the holidays left you with an unpleasant odour on your breath. [...]

By | July 14th, 2014|Dental Advice, Dental FAQ, Dental Technology News, Dental Treatment|Comments Off on Product Review: Beating Bad Breath with BreathRx

Colgate ProClinical A1500 Electric Toothbrush Review

There has been a lot of hype in dental circles about Colgate’s new ProClinical A1500 Electric toothbrush. And rightly so, this is potentially a game-changer for Colgate, expanding their market reach from low-cost battery operated electric toothbrushes to a professional grade electric toothbrush. As part of my product review I was instructed to give Colgate [...]

By | September 10th, 2013|Dental Technology News|Comments Off on Colgate ProClinical A1500 Electric Toothbrush Review

Tooth Mousse. Awesome.

‘GC Tooth Mousse’ is a revolutionary Australian oral health product developed by a team of dentists and scientists at the University of Melbourne to combat tooth decay and sensitivity. Tooth Mousse contains calcium and phosphate derived from milk protein (casein) and it works by re-mineralising the enamel surface of the tooth, preventing and reversing surface [...]

By | July 21st, 2013|Dental Advice, Dental FAQ, Dental Technology News|Comments Off on Tooth Mousse. Awesome.