Dr Eden McHugh completed a Bachelor of Dental Science and Graduate Diploma of Clinical Dentistry from Griffith University. He has since worked exclusively in private practice and has continued expanding his scope of practice and developing his skills through regular continued education. In 2016 he became a registered Invisalign provider to employ clear aligner therapy
When you’re looking after everybody else, it’s easy to ignore your own oral health. Often making a few simple changes will reduce your risk of dental problems including gum disease and tooth decay. During pregnancy, it’s even more critical to look after your oral care because hormonal changes can increase the risk of dental disease.
A straighter smile looks attractive at any age and can be healthier too. Here at ICON Dental & Cosmetic Centre we provide the very latest orthodontic technologies suitable for adults and children. Explore your options We frequently use conventional fixed braces, which are highly effective for precisely repositioning teeth. However, adults and older teenagers are
When you have a cold or flu, your dental health probably isn’t a priority, but it can affect it considerably. Dry mouth Usually, when you have a cold or flu, you cannot breathe through your nose and instead must breathe through your mouth. Consequently, your mouth can become dry and uncomfortable. Also, decongestants and antihistamines
We are not out of the woods, but the trees are beginning to thin. The masks are off, vaccination rates are high, which has been boosted further through the natural immunity many of us are now enjoying having caught the Omicron strain of Covid. So, you would have to think we are now emerging
Your teeth are amazing as they help you to talk and eat properly and support your facial muscles. However, daily habits can damage them. We’ve listed five of the worst offenders. Smoking Smoking increases the risk of gum disease and premature tooth loss and stains your teeth. It can also increase the risk of