Families and patients of all walks of life in Kallangur can always rely on Prevent Dental Suite for affordable and high-quality dental care. If you are new to the area or are seeking a new dental care provider, here’s why Prevent Dental is the best dental clinic for dental checkups. 1. Comfortable and Convenient Clinic…
When playing high contact sport, accidents can happen, using a dental mouthguard can prevent tooth damage and loss when an accident occurs. Just one small impact to the face can cause major dental injuries or even knock out one or more teeth, so it is important to protect your teeth to prevent these injuries. At Prevent…
Dental emergencies may occur at any time. What is essential is to know how to deal with a dental emergency and provide emergency treatment. Also, the patient must be aware of the type of dental emergency they are facing to ensure proper emergency treatment in Kallangur. Here, the article will discuss dental emergencies and their…
The classic stereotype of seniors with missing teeth wearing dentures is tired in 2021. They may still be around, but wearable tooth replacements now sit alongside some brilliant alternatives like dental implants, which most people actually prefer to dentures. They are so popular that Prevent Dental in Kallangur is currently offering a massive promotional discount…
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Accidents can happen quickly without warning! Accidents to the mouth, can knock out (or “avulse”) your precious teeth.
At Prevent Dental Suite we’ve seen so many facial and dental injuries that it sometimes amazes how strong teeth and jaws can be!
But the fact is that accidents do happen, and they are the main cause of avulsed teeth in both children and adults.
An avulsed tooth requires immediate action and your quick response can increase the likelihood of long-term tooth survival. When a tooth is knocked out it’s blood and nerve supply is severed, but it can still be reattached if it receives proper care before a very quick trip to your dentist.
But there is one important element to football gear that is sometimes forgotten, and that is the mouth guard. At Prevent Dental Suite we would like to welcome the football season while also stressing the need for dental safety throughout its duration.
What About Mouth Guards?
When most of us think about mouth guards we associate them with high-contact and violent sports such as boxing, rugby, or martial arts. But dentists recommend mouth guards for many sports, including football. Each sport requires a different kind of guard and the key is to find a balance between comfort, ease of use, and the level of protection called for.
The Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS) is back for 2017! The CDBS is a government funded health program which provides a benefit cap of $1,013 to cover basic dental services over a two year period for about 3 million Australian children between the ages of 2 and 17.
Don’t let your eligible children miss out on the CDBS’s benefit for basic dental services. Oral health is always important, and developing good dental and oral health habits in your children is one way to ensure a healthy life in the future.
To discuss or book dental treatment for your child, or if you have any questions regarding the CDBS, contact our friendly staff at Prevent Dental and we will be happy to book an appointment or answer your questions!
Brisbane to Gold Coast Cycle Challenge is happening once gain. Join us for an exciting Sunday morning in Brisbane, on 16th of October. Lock this date in your diary now. B2GC is Queensland’s most popular mass participation bike ride that raises vital funds for the Heart Foundation to help fight heart disease, the number one killer in Australia.