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Top 9 Aussie Ice Blocks

Top 9 Aussie Ice Blocks

If you're like us, ever since you were a kid one of the great joys of summer has been to be treated to a sweet frozen treat to cool off on a hot summer day...

Does a Toothache Always Equal an Extraction?

Does a Toothache Always Equal an Extraction?

Does toothache equal extraction automatically? The answer is a little more complicated than you might think...

Sudden Tooth Pain: The Complete List of Causes & Treatments

Sudden Tooth Pain: The Complete List of Causes & Treatments

Brain Freeze! We are all prone to occasional aches and pains that any kind of tooth pain can be particularly bothersome...

What Advice Would You Give Your Younger Self?

What Advice Would You Give Your Younger Self?

When it comes to dental care and oral hygiene we know now how important it is to begin good habits from a young age...

Emergency Dental Care Tips: Toothache

Emergency Dental Care Tips for Toothache

(Including Severe or Acute Pain to the Tooth, Teeth, Gums & Mouth)


1. Rinse out your mouth with warm water to cleanse it. 2. Take x2 Nurofen, Advil or Ibuprofen then wait 3 hours. 3. Then take x2 Panadol or Paracetemol then wait 3 hours and repeat step 2. 4. You can repeat the above steps until you see us, on most occasions you will see us well before you have to do this.

(Note: Do Not Apply aspirin directly to the source of the pain)


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