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Category Archives: Dentistry

The advantage of Invisalign

The advantage of Invisalign

Invisalign – invisible braces are a great alternative to traditional orthodontic appliances. Post by Genevieve De Guzman, senior dental assistant One of the more popular treatment options we offer patients at Greenwood Dental is Invisalign. Invisalign is an invisible way of straightening teeth without using braces or metals. Instead we use a series of custom-made… Continue Reading

Dental crowns versus fillings

Dental crowns versus fillings

What’s the difference between a dental crown and a filling? Post by Dr Tiffany Kenton, dentist If a patient has been told they need a dental crown, it’s not unusual for them to ask, “Can I get away with just having a filling?” After all, crowns are more expensive than fillings, and both of them… Continue Reading

Preventative dentistry

Preventative dentistry

What is preventative dentistry and why is it important? Well, because it can save your teeth, your time, and your money! Post by: Dr Tiffany Kenton, dentist You’ve heard the old saying, “Prevention is better than cure”? That’s very true of preventative dentistry. The fact of the matter is that it’s always a lot cheaper… Continue Reading

Times they are a’ changin’

Times they are a’ changin’

Greenwood stays up to date with the latest techniques. Post by Angela Williams, dental hygienist with Greenwood Dental There are so many new and exciting changes in dentistry at the moment. Teeth can be straightened with invisible aligners, which is one of the services we offer here with Invisalign. There are new ways of making procedures… Continue Reading

Dental Pain

Dental Pain

The landscape has changed for the profession of dentistry. Post by Dr Jack Obaid, dentist It’s tough economic times, and a lot of patients used to use the Medicare dental scheme which has now closed, so I think there’s going to be a bit of a squeeze in the profession. The reality of dentistry is… Continue Reading

The more things change…

The more things change…

The technology in dentistry just gets better and better. Post by Dr Jack Obaid, dentist The profession of dentistry hasn’t really changed since I started. But on thing that I have noticed is the technology is making me, as a dentist, better and more efficient. I’m excited about CAD CAM technology. CAD stands for computer-aided… Continue Reading

Preventative dentistry

Preventative dentistry

If you want to keep healthy teeth and gums for life, you should look for a preventative dentist or one who believes in how your oral health and general health are connected. Post by Angela Williams, dental hygienist with Greenwood Dental I’m very interested in preventative dentistry—in keeping healthy teeth and gums for life. I’m also a great believer in a total… Continue Reading

Quality dentistry

Quality dentistry

If you want to find a good dentist in Sydney, don’t just make your decision based on price Post by Dr Jeff Brown I think two of the big challenges facing dentistry is firstly that it is perceived by many as too expensive, and secondly that there is an oversupply of graduates. Our professional association,… Continue Reading

Category Archives: Dentistry

The advantage of Invisalign

The advantage of Invisalign

Invisalign – invisible braces are a great alternative to traditional orthodontic appliances. Post by Genevieve De Guzman, senior dental assistant One of the more popular treatment options we offer patients at Greenwood Dental is Invisalign. Invisalign is an invisible way of straightening teeth without using braces or metals. Instead we use a series of custom-made… Continue Reading

Dental crowns versus fillings

Dental crowns versus fillings

What’s the difference between a dental crown and a filling? Post by Dr Tiffany Kenton, dentist If a patient has been told they need a dental crown, it’s not unusual for them to ask, “Can I get away with just having a filling?” After all, crowns are more expensive than fillings, and both of them… Continue Reading

Preventative dentistry

Preventative dentistry

What is preventative dentistry and why is it important? Well, because it can save your teeth, your time, and your money! Post by: Dr Tiffany Kenton, dentist You’ve heard the old saying, “Prevention is better than cure”? That’s very true of preventative dentistry. The fact of the matter is that it’s always a lot cheaper… Continue Reading

Times they are a’ changin’

Times they are a’ changin’

Greenwood stays up to date with the latest techniques. Post by Angela Williams, dental hygienist with Greenwood Dental There are so many new and exciting changes in dentistry at the moment. Teeth can be straightened with invisible aligners, which is one of the services we offer here with Invisalign. There are new ways of making procedures… Continue Reading

Dental Pain

Dental Pain

The landscape has changed for the profession of dentistry. Post by Dr Jack Obaid, dentist It’s tough economic times, and a lot of patients used to use the Medicare dental scheme which has now closed, so I think there’s going to be a bit of a squeeze in the profession. The reality of dentistry is… Continue Reading

The more things change…

The more things change…

The technology in dentistry just gets better and better. Post by Dr Jack Obaid, dentist The profession of dentistry hasn’t really changed since I started. But on thing that I have noticed is the technology is making me, as a dentist, better and more efficient. I’m excited about CAD CAM technology. CAD stands for computer-aided… Continue Reading

Preventative dentistry

Preventative dentistry

If you want to keep healthy teeth and gums for life, you should look for a preventative dentist or one who believes in how your oral health and general health are connected. Post by Angela Williams, dental hygienist with Greenwood Dental I’m very interested in preventative dentistry—in keeping healthy teeth and gums for life. I’m also a great believer in a total… Continue Reading

Quality dentistry

Quality dentistry

If you want to find a good dentist in Sydney, don’t just make your decision based on price Post by Dr Jeff Brown I think two of the big challenges facing dentistry is firstly that it is perceived by many as too expensive, and secondly that there is an oversupply of graduates. Our professional association,… Continue Reading