Your child’s first tooth is an exciting milestone in their (and your) life. And when one pearly white pops up, others are very soon to follow which is why it’s important to get to know children’s dentistry essentials.

Can you actually reverse a cavity or tooth decay? The short answer is yes, depending on how severe your condition is. If you suspect your teeth might be at risk or you’re already experiencing substantial pain, it’s time to get on top of it. Here are the answers you’re looking for.

Unfortunately many people avoid implants because of worry about pain, cost and longevity or simply because they didn’t even know it was an option until now. If it’s that missing front tooth you’d like to fix or a renovation of your whole mouth, read on to discover the tooth (sorry, truth!) about dental implants so you can decide if they are right for you.

For some, a trip to the dentist can feel like a nightmare. But if it’s a beautiful dreamstate you want, there is a way to tame your toothy terrors.

It’s called sleep dentistry. And it can take the stress and strain out dental appointments.

While our dentists will do everything they can to make you feel comfortable, some patients prefer to be asleep during their dental procedure or even their dental exams! Safe and soothing, there are a couple of different sedation options to choose from to ensure that you get the treatment you’re most comfortable with.

Read on to find out if sedation dentistry is a good fit for you, and what you need to know.

Cries and poos. Dribbles and tantrums. Although the first year of parenting is challenging, it’s the little moments between giggles and gurgles where you feel content. Your little human is healthy and happy… and it makes all the craziness worthwhile. While we may not be able to help with midnight feeds and nappy runs, we can provide the right information about when you should start taking your child to the dentist and how to look after their oral health. Knowing that you have set them up on this positive path will give you peace of mind as they grow.

Here’s what you need to know, from the perspective of a Dentist.