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How often should I have a check up?

By Dr Tharini Hettiarachchi It is much easier to put off a visit to the dentist until there is pain. This may be for a variety of reasons, whether it be our busy lifestyles, finances or reluctance to visit the dentist due to anxiety or phobia. Unfortunately, more often than not, by the time you…

Crooked Teeth and Braces

  By Dr Lubna Shaikh Is this something that is bothering you? Are you very conscious about your smile? Did you wish you could have straight teeth? So many questions cross your mind when you cannot smile confidently. Infact, nowadays to have straight teeth and improve your smile is very mush possible. We as dentist…

Gum disease

My Gums are Bleeding – Is this Bad? By Dr Priyesh Amin One of the most common things my patients complain to me about is that their gums bleed. Most of the time they do not have any pain or sensitivity associated with the bleeding gums. I’m guessing that if you have clicked on this…

Cracked Teeth

By Dr Kameel Kashyap A cracked tooth can refer to a visible crack or a microscopic crack that can’t be seen with the naked eye. Cracked teeth may cause significant discomfort and lead to tooth loss. Cracks can occur from various causes including but not limited to grinding, clenching and chewing on hard things such…

Toothaches

Dr Mitesh Vasant Having a toothache is always unpleasant. Normally it happens when you have a lot of other things on your plate. A lot of things can cause a toothache, but the most common cause is tooth decay. Tooth decay is caused by bacteria. Tooth decay normally starts out as sensitivity to cold or…

Do you worry about your child’s brushing?

By Hien Truong. Many parents say their main concern is that their child is not brushing their teeth well enough. Food and bacteria is left on their teeth for too long may eventually cause holes in teeth and lead to toothaches and abscesses.  At Raceview Dental, Ipswich, our aim is to prevent problems before it…

Dental Trauma

it is EXTREMELY important to have regular monitoring and review of the area. Please do not hesitate to call us at RACEVIEW DENTAL SURGERY on 3202 4566  if you need any further information about DENTAL TRAUMA