Plaque and Tartar build up: Causes, Prevention and Treatment

Do you have plaque and tartar buildup on your teeth?

Plaque and tartar build up

As we all know that maintaining good oral hygiene is essential for overall health. Plaque and tartar buildup is a common dental problem that can lead to serious dental issues like gum disease, dental decay and loss of teeth if left untreated. In this blog, we will discuss the causes, prevention, and treatment of plaque and tartar buildup. Our team strongly recommends seeing a dentist every 6-12 months to keep your teeth and gums healthy.

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We now use EMS Airflow for teeth cleaning. Airflow is gentle, reduces sensitivity, less invasive and gives better results than traditional teeth cleaning methods.

What is Plaque?


My Child’s baby teeth are not falling out, What to do?

Baby teeth Not falling out, what to do?

Baby teeth not falling out

Babies are born with 20 primary or baby teeth which eventually fall out to make way for permanent or adult teeth. The process of baby teeth falling out and the growth of permanent teeth is a natural and important part of a child’s development. However, sometimes baby teeth may not fall out as they should, which can lead to various dental problems. In this blog, we’ll explore the reasons why baby teeth might not fall out and what you can do to help. As always, we always encourage you to contact our dental practice and book an appointment to discuss your dental concerns with one of our experienced dentists.

Why Are My Child’s Baby Teeth Not Falling Out?

There are several reasons why your child’s baby teeth may not fall out. Some of the common causes include:

  1. Late Teething: Some children may experience late teething, which can result in the baby teeth not falling out as they should.

  2. Dental Problems: Certain dental problems like crowding, impacted teeth, or misaligned jaws can cause baby teeth to retain.

  3. Retaining Baby Teeth: In some cases, baby teeth may not fall out due to genetics or other unknown factors.


What is Guided Biofilm Therapy?


Guided Biofilm Therapy

Guided Biofilm Therapy (GBT) involves 8 step process which dental professionals use to remove biofilm in a least abrasive, most efficient and comfortable way. Dentist will use the state-of-the-art Aiflow, Perioflow and Piezon technology to remove biofilm and tartar build-up from your teeth.

Biofilm is a complex community of microorganisms, primarily bacteria, that adhere to surfaces on teeth, gums, and other oral structures, leading to various dental issues. Biofilm is the primary culprit behind dental problems such as cavities, gum disease, and bad breath. Guided Biofilm Therapy is a revolutionary approach to dental care that focuses on biofilm management. It combines cutting-edge technology and meticulous techniques to ensure optimal oral health. 


Wisdom Teeth: Understanding the Problems and Solutions

Wisdom Teeth: Problems and Solutions

Wisdom teeth problems and solutions- dentist Indooroopilly

For many people, the arrival of wisdom teeth cause no problems or concerns. However, these third molars can bring couple of problems. From pain and discomfort to potential oral health issues, wisdom teeth can cause a variety of issues that may require dental treatment. At your dental appointment, dentist will examine your teeth and mouth. If dentist cannot see your wisdom teeth inside your mouth because they are still under the gums, your dentist may ask to take a x-ray. This big x-ray is known as an orthopantomogram (OPG) and displays all your teeth (erupted and unerupted). In this blog, we will explore the common problems associated with wisdom teeth and discuss potential solutions.


Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMJ)

Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMJ): Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

TMJ or jaw pain

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the joint that connects the jawbone to the skull. TMJ disorder, also known as temporomandibular joint dysfunction, is a condition that affects the jaw joint and the muscles that control its movement. In this blog, we’ll discuss the causes, symptoms, and treatment options for TMJ disorder. If you are experiencing jaw pain or headaches, please consult one of our experienced dentists for advice. We are your local family dentist on Moggill road in Indooroopilly.  

Causes of TMJ Disorder


Same Day Crowns Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions – Same Day Crowns and Bridges 

Same Day Crowns Brisbane

If you have a damaged, broken or missing tooth, you may be considering getting a crown or bridge to restore your smile. Here are some frequently asked questions about same day crowns in Indooroopilly. Traditional crown and bridge treatments can take weeks to complete, but same day crown and bridges offer a quicker and more convenient option. In this blog, we will answer some frequently asked questions about same day crowns and bridges.


Maintaining Oral Health During the Easter Holiday Break

Tips for Maintaining Good Oral Health

Maintaining Oral health during easter holiday break

As the Easter school holiday break approaches, it’s crucial to ensure that you continue to prioritize your oral health amidst the easter celebrations and school holidays. Maintaining healthy teeth and gums is essential for overall well-being, and neglecting dental care during holidays can lead to toothache or teeth problems and an emergency visit to the dentist. Due for a dental checkup? Get in touch with our team to schedule your dental appointment with Dr Singh. In this blog, we’ll explore effective strategies to maintaining your oral health during the Easter holiday break.

Establish a Proper Oral Hygiene Routine


Tooth Friendly Lunch and Snack Ideas for Kids

Guide to Tooth-Friendly Lunch and Snack Ideas for Kids

Tooth friendly lunch and snack ideas for kids

Maintaining good oral health in children goes beyond regular brushing and flossing—it also involves making mindful choices about their diet. As a parent or caregiver, keeping up-to date with dental check-ups and providing tooth-friendly lunches and snacks can significantly contribute to your child’s dental well-being. Let’s explore some creative tooth friendly lunch and snack ideas to keep your kids’ smiles healthy and bright.

Understanding Tooth Health and the importance of Tooth Friendly Foods

Before getting into lunch and snack suggestions, it’s essential to grasp the connection between basics of dental hygiene and food choices. Poor dietary choices on daily basis and lack of oral proper oral hygiene can lead to tooth decay and cavities. seeing your dentist and rein enforcing proper oral hygiene on daily basis plays an important role in keeping your child’s teeth cavity free.