14 Feb 2020

Moira Wong Orthodontics Dentists Club Club Party 2019 | Part 2

The Dentists Club Club Party 2019 was a success! See how everyone celebrated the night.

14 Feb 2020

Moira Wong Orthodontics Dentists Club Club Party 2019 | Part 1

Hear how grateful Dr. Trevor Lamb was after he met Moira Wong at her Dentist Club Party

14 Feb 2020
11 Feb 2020

Sleep Loss Affects Your Oral Health

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Sleep Loss Affects Your Oral Health

Your doctor might have warned you on the dangers of sleep deprivation. But one topic still remains unclear among patients. Does sleep disturbance affect your oral health? Here’s a clear point of view concerning the topic. Key takeaway: Sleep deprivation triggers gum inflammation. Too little sleep can lower your immune system, making your body more […]

5 Feb 2020

Could You Benefit From Surgical Orthodontics?

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Could You Benefit From Surgical Orthodontics?

There are several treatments that can help realign crooked teeth or an improper bite. You may be a good candidate for surgical orthodontics in the following cases. Key takeaways: You have a severe bite problem that does not respond to conventional orthodontic treatment. Your jaw misalignment causes you pain or makes it hard to chew […]

30 Jan 2020

Biting Your Nails May Be Damaging Your Teeth

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Biting Your Nails May Be Damaging Your Teeth

Nail biting is a habit which can cause damage to the teeth, requiring treatment from your dentist. Sometimes caused by anxiety, finding ways to break the habit can help improve your oral health. Key takeaways: A nail-biting habit can erode the enamel on your teeth or cause then to shift or even fracture. Regular nail […]

21 Jan 2020

An Ounce of Prevention: The Importance of Detecting Oral Issues Early

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An Ounce of Prevention: The Importance of Detecting Oral Issues Early

Caring for your teeth and gums should be a regular habit if you hope to avoid serious oral conditions. What are some disease which can be successfully treated if diagnosed at an early stage? Let us take a look at three relatively common situations. Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA), a condition that affects breathing during the […]

14 Jan 2020

Gapped Teeth?

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Gapped Teeth?

A gap between teeth is referred to a diastema and involves the space between the front two teeth. This is relatively common occurrence and usually no cause for concern. Sometimes, a gap may signify existing or possible future dental problems such as: Crowding Crooked or misaligned teeth Gum disease The causes of gapped teeth vary […]

6 Jan 2020

Is Your Child’s Thumb-Sucking a Problem?

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Is Your Child’s Thumb-Sucking a Problem?

Most toddlers engage in thumb-sucking by the time they reach 3. As a parent, there are certain things you should know about this common habit. Key takeaways: Thumb-sucking isn’t a problem unless your child doesn’t stop when they’re 5 or 6 years old. If this habit isn’t broken, it can lead to misaligned, crowded, or […]

3 Jan 2020

Alcohol Can Affect Your Oral Health: Here’s What To Do About It

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Alcohol Can Affect Your Oral Health: Here’s What To Do About It

Alcohol can have a negative impact on your dental health. Here are some ideas on how to minimise the harmful effects of alcohol on your teeth and gums. Key takeaways: Because alcohol is acidic and drying, it can damage your teeth’s enamel and cause cavities, gum disease, and infection. Always brush your teeth after drinking […]