What are ‘The BIG 3’ to look out for in your kids teeth?
Whenever we meet with our younger patients there are other things DentArana looks at besides their teeth. It is important to check that they have, what we at DentArana call, The Big 3. If there is breakdown in any of The Big 3 then an abnormal growth pattern may be...
Peter has struggled with a smile that he was embarrassed and not happy about for many years. While Peter knew he wanted a better smile and a better ability to chew his food his fear of the dentist stopped him from doing anything about it. Eventually, Peter came to...
Fluoride – Friend or Foe?
Go hard or go home? With most things in life, we’ve been taught to “go hard or go home”. Every rule has its exceptions and tooth brushing is certainly one of them. Overzealous scrubbing of teeth can result in undue wear of the enamel or root surface as well as...
How Does a Mouth Guard Protect Your Teeth?
Physical activity is a crucial part of overall health, but the Australian Dental Association warns that playing sports and enjoying some kinds of athletics without appropriate oral protection can harm your teeth.
DentArana and Dental Spring Cleaning
The arrival of spring often gives us the inspiration to clean our houses and create an environment that’s bright and fresh in the new weather.
Broken Jaws – What You Should Know
A broken jaw is an extremely common facial injury. In fact, the jaw (mandible) is the 10th most common broken bone in the body.
Cold Sores and your Dental Appointment at DentArana
Dentists encounter patients with different oral health conditions all the time, and sores around your mouth are usually little to be concerned about.
No More Coffee Mugs! Dental Gifts for Father’s Day
Sure, a coffee mug is a traditional gift, but isn’t it a bit predictable? And, coffee can stain your teeth!
Your Trusted Local Dentist In Arana Hills
DentArana is a family centred dental facility catering to patients of all ages in Arana Hills and surrounding areas.
Sparkling Water – Dental Do, Or Don’t?
Many Australians have turned to sparkling water as an alternative to soda since it has the pleasant fizziness of soda without empty calories, high sugar content, and chemical additives.