Tooth coloured fillings, also known as Composite Resin, are a cosmetic alternative to the old style silver-mercury fillings. They are made of a plastic material mixed with small glass particles and are tooth coloured, rather than silver. They are natural looking and are suitable for repairing cavities in any teeth.
Dentist David Kerr, Dental Nurse Alisha Samuel, Oral Health Therapist Annie Nguyen spent 5 days at a clinic run by NGO M’Lop Tapang.
A drop in the ocean can still make a difference
What amazed me was just how tolerant these kids were with receiving such extensive treatment. – David
If I could do it all again, which I hope I get the opportunity to do, I would go for a longer period of time…and take shorts! – Annie
Our congratulations go to Megan Mowchanuk and Jasmine Burton, the winners of our Facebook competition from August and July.
To be in the running all you need to do is ‘Like’ the Today’s Dentistry page.
If you have already ‘Liked’ us then don’t worry – you are already in the draw! Winners will be announced and contacted via Facebook.
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We have recently revamped and improved the Children’s Dental Care section of the Today’s Dentistry website.
Designed to be a “one-stop-dental-resource” for our kiddy patients and their parents, this section links out to all the articles, topic and resources that are useful for babies, toddlers, kids all the way through to ‘teenage-hood’.
The sections include:
It sits within our online Patient Centre which is full of useful resources for you, our patient.
If you think of any other dental resources that could be of use to you from this section please let us know!
David has just returned from a 2 week holiday to France & Greece. He packed in a lot of travel in a short time but has managed to come back feeling refreshed.
Our dental assistant Paige (1&2), just completed and won her first official Muay Thai boxing match! The boxing match was a part of a fight show called ‘Corporate Punishment’ and Paige’s fight was the only female fight on the night.
We recently welcomed a new dental assistant, Jodie, to the team. Jodie will be working alongside Daryl.
A big congratulations go to Hayley (3) and her family as she announced she is pregnant with number two who is due to arrive in April 2016.
Bronwyn has just finished a series of dental health talks in local childcare centres and schools (more about that in our next newsletter) and is now enjoying a family camping trip with her boys for the school holidays. We look forward to bringing you the boy’s fireside jokes in our newsletter.
Monica (4) and her sister Angela participated in a fundraising walk last month. They walked 35kms and raised over $500 towards finding a cure for Mitochondrial disease.
We had a visit from Belinda and new baby Harrison this week who are all settling well into life as a bigger family.
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