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If you’ve tripped and fallen flat on your face or suffered an accidental blow to the front of your face, you may be left wondering, ‘ can you fix a broken tooth?’ Although teeth are strong, they’re not [...]
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For many people, dental implants are the best option for replacing damaged or missing teeth. But, you may need to ensure you are seated when your dentist tells you the cost of this gold standard [...]
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Whichever way you look at it, the dental crown cost in Australia isn’t cheap. On average, you can expect to fork out somewhere between $1,100 and $2,100 per crown. This article [...]
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It’s no secret that visiting a dentist in Australia for complex dental work such as dental implants can cost you an arm and a leg. According to Finder.com, a single dental implant costs anywhere [...]
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Dental crowns are a popular treatment to improve the aesthetics and functionality of your teeth. But a common query for those considering getting dental crowns is, are crowns good for your [...]
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Dental implants are an excellent way to restore your smile and regain your confidence. These permanent teeth replacements are long-lasting and mimic the look of [...]
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A dental implant is a perfect way to restore your smile and replace missing or damaged teeth. They are long-lasting, and best of all, they look and function just like natural [...]
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A dental crown acts as a cover for a tooth damaged by trauma or tooth decay. Dental crowns restore your tooth’s normal function and shape. If you need dental crowns, you may be wondering how long do crowns last [...]
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If you’re considering what to do for a cracked tooth, then a dental crown provides the ideal solution. With the technology and techniques that modern dentistry provides, [...]
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Dental implants provide a long-lasting solution to missing teeth, and unlike dentures, won’t slip or slide around in your mouth because they are anchored directly into your jaw. [...]
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