Why the CDBS is so important for our health system

We were thrilled by the news that the Australian Government is continuing to fund the Children’s Dental Benefits Scheme through 2022. If you have kids, you may already know a bit about this programme, which helps ensure children aged between two and 17 can access basic dental services and treatment by providing financial assistance. It’s


Cosmetic Dentistry: How we can help improve your smile

Cosmetic dentistry procedures are designed to improve the appearance of your smile. Over the past few years, the techniques used in cosmetic dentistry have improved considerably, along with the materials. Now we can create natural-looking smiles custom-designed to enhance your appearance. Cosmetic dental treatments to consider include: Teeth whitening can quickly remove surface stains from


Hormones and your dental health

Female hormones can impact women in so many ways, but did you realise they can also increase your vulnerability to developing gum disease? Higher levels of oestrogen and progesterone increase the blood flow to the gums. Consequently, gum tissue becomes more sensitive to plaque and bacteria and gums can become inflamed, swollen and will bleed.


Couscous with zaatar-crusted haloumi

This tasty, meat-free recipe includes plenty of protein and is ready in just 40 minutes. Ingredients 1 packet pearl couscous 1red onion, cut into 3cm wedges 1 zucchini, cut into 2cm chunks 1 diced Roma tomato 1 zested lemon, sliced into wedges 1 sachet zaatar 1 block haloumi, cut lengthways into 2cm strips 1 bunch


Introducing our newest team member Dr Tony Bansil

We would like to extend a warm welcome to our newest team member Dr Tony Bansil. Tony was born in London and qualified as a Dentist from University College Hospital, London, in 1990. In 2002, he studied at the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital and gained a Licentiate of the Faculty of Homeopathy.   After a

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