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Are you grinding your teeth?

Ever wondered why your jaw feels sore when you wake up? Or why you can’t seem to shake that morning tension headache? Clenching, gritting and grinding your teeth can be an indication of emotional stress, amongst other things, and can lead to damaging your teeth. Here’s what you need to know to get on top […]

All you need to know about cracked teeth

Teeth are made to be strong and flexible, but they can wear down over time. Sometimes, cracks, or tooth fractures, can develop, making teeth more likely to decay or break. Tooth cracks can appear horizontally, but are often more painful and require more complex treatment if cracked vertically. Vertical cracks also have a greater risk […]

Three things your dentist does differently to you

Ever wondered why your teeth feel so clean after a visit to the dentist? While daily brushing and flossing are an essential part of your oral health routine, it can be challenging to reach all the surfaces of your teeth and know what’s happening beneath your gums. That’s where regular dental check-ups are beneficial as […]

5 Tips to protect your teeth and gums this winter

Winter brings more than just chilly weather, and though many of us experience changes in our skin and allergies, it can also bring unwelcome changes to our oral health. If you’ve ever noticed increased sensitivity in your teeth or a persistently dry mouth during colder months, you’re not alone. These sensitivities are caused by lowered […]

Baby teething misconceptions: fact vs fiction

Caring for your family’s dental health can feel overwhelming, especially when it comes to your little one’s precious smiles.  Baby teeth, also called milk, primary, or deciduous teeth, usually start to emerge around 9 months of age*, but this can vary from 3 to 12 months. By the time they’re 3 years old, most children […]

How sleep dentistry and general anaesthetic can help manage dental anxiety

Dental anxiety is common and can often prevent someone from going to the dentist. As a result, people may miss dental check-ups, leading to an increased need for emergency care or complex treatments. It’s important to recognise that dental care is crucial for both oral and overall health. Regular check-ups can prevent many dental issues […]

Specialist Orthodontist now at nib Dental Chatswood

Meet Dr David Peters, nib Dental Care Chatswood’s new Specialist Orthodontist. Dr David Peters is excited to join the team, adding a depth of clinical experience with his contemporary evidence-based approach to individualised treatment planning and patient care. Raised in Adelaide, Dr Peters studied dentistry at the University of Adelaide, and worked as a general […]

A healthier Hot Cross Bun recipe and our Easter colouring-in for your family

Try our healthier Hot Cross Bun recipe Are you a fan of hot cross buns? Consider making a healthier version of hot cross buns at home using whole wheat flour, dried fruits, and nuts. You can also reduce the amount of added sugar in the recipe or opt for natural sweeteners like honey or maple […]

Dental care as we age

As we get older, it’s natural to notice some changes in our bodies. Our teeth, while incredibly resilient, are likely to show signs of wear and tear from years of use. Over time, the protective enamel wears down, the biting edges may flatten, and gums may shrink. This all makes our teeth more prone to […]

Our top tips to protect your teeth this Easter

Many of us celebrate the Easter holiday period with family gatherings and occasionally indulge in sweet treats that can sometimes present challenges to maintaining good oral health. However, with the right knowledge and habits, you can protect your teeth and gums while still enjoying the festivities.   The effects of chocolate on our teeth Chocolate […]

Specialist Oral Surgeon at nib Dental Sydney CBD

  Meet Dr. Mark Atkinson, nib Dental Sydney CBD’s Oral Surgeon Specialist.   Dr Mark Daniel Atkinson is an Australian-trained and registered Oral Surgeon. Mark previously served in the Royal Australian Air Force and as a Staff Specialist for NSW Health. He currently operates across metropolitan Sydney in private practice and holds an honorary lecturer position […]

How regular preventative dental check-ups could save you money in the future

Maintaining a healthy smile goes beyond your regular brushing and flossing routine that helps to make your teeth look whiter and feel fresh. Visiting your dentist regularly for check-up and cleans as well as practicing routine oral hygiene habits form the foundation of preventative dental care. This routine care relies on consistency when it comes […]

The hidden sugars hiding in our healthy alternative foods

Many of us tend to steer away from too many foods containing lots of sugar especially after the holidays. But you may be surprised to know that sugar is also found in many natural foods that we deem healthy for our teeth and body.   The effects of sugar on our oral health When you […]

What are the differences between brushing your teeth before and after breakfast?

Most of us know that starting the day with toothbrushing is an important way to care for our teeth and keep on top of your oral health. Less commonly understood is the timing of tooth brushing – is it better to brush when we first wake in the morning, or after we’ve eaten? The evidence […]

Holiday checklist: why your toothbrush is a must-pack item

The summer holidays are almost here, so if you’ve started to think about what to pack, we’ve got some tips for you. Whether you’re packing shorts and t-shirts, or warm jackets and ski gear, you’ll need to include a few oral health essentials in your toiletry bag. For many of us, packing a toothbrush and […]

Protecting your lips this summer: why regular dental check-ups are important for your lips and mouth

What do my lips have to do with my oral health? Maintaining good oral health is not limited to having pearly whites and a beautiful smile. It goes far beyond aesthetics, incorporating the prevention and early detection of oral health issues we may encounter in our teeth, lips, and mouth. Lips allow air into your […]

Our teeth-healthy Christmas dessert: homemade raspberry swirl cheesecake

When it comes to Christmas desserts, we normally have a traditional dessert that we frequent each year. This year, we’ve made finding a new dessert recipe easy with our festive raspberry swirl cheesecake filled with teeth-healthy nutrients. Ingredients Cake Filling 750g cream cheese, at room temperature 2 tbs yoghurt or sour cream 1/4 cup (60ml) […]

Periodontics now at nib Dental Care Chatswood and Sydney CBD

  Meet Dr. Akila S Vithanage, nib Dental Care’s newest Periodontist.   Dr. Akila S Vithanage is an experienced Periodontist practicing in both Sydney and Brisbane. His mission is to uphold the highest standards of care in the treatment of periodontal disease and dental implants. Currently, Dr. Akila is a panel member appointed by the […]

Child Dental Benefits Schedule: Everything you need to know about free kids dental*!

With the school holidays quickly approaching, it’s a great time to book your child in for a dental check-up. Your child could be eligible for up to $1052 in free dental* with the Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS).   What is the Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS)? The CDBS is a government-funded program that provides […]

The difference between Cosmetic and restorative dentistry.

What’s the difference between cosmetic and restorative dentistry? In the past, most dentistry centered around the prevention of decay and restoration of teeth, but in recent years, cosmetic dentistry has become increasingly popular, especially for people who are keen to improve the look of their smile. It’s easy to become confused about the differences between […]

Have you had a dental check-up after the winter?

Telltale signs you’re due for a check-up This year many of us have had personal experience of succumbing to one of a number of flu viruses. Of course, when we’re sick, the priority is to recover as soon as possible and limit the risk of others catching whatever we have. But it’s also important to […]

Pregnancy and oral health: 5 considerations for expecting mums

Pregnancy is an exciting time of life when new mothers are encouraged to take care of themselves.  Whilst dental health is often overlooked at this important time, we’re here to walk you through how taking care of your teeth and gums during pregnancy can give you a healthy smile, that’s not just for you, but […]

Managing Perimenopause and Menopause symptoms: How your Dentist can provide relief

Perimenopause and Menopause signal a significant change in a woman’s life that can affect not only her body but her mouth, teeth and gums. These transitional phases in a woman’s life, are characterised by fluctuating hormone levels which can give rise to a range of oral health challenges such as dry mouth, sensitive teeth, painful […]

Dental Health Week 2023: Read about how the mind, body and mouth are all connected.

  This year Dental Health week takes place from August 7-13, focusing on the mouth and whole-body connection. The health of our mouth influences the rest of the body with a range of medical conditions affected by or affecting oral health. Bacteria in the mouth can travel to different sites of the body and inflammation […]

Are you avoiding the dentist due to the cost of living?

If you’ve been delaying or avoiding your dental check-ups due to the cost of living, you’re not alone. But you’re also not alone in fearing that this could cost you more in the long run. In the current cost of living crisis, dentist appointments are being forgotten and avoided, leading to thousands of hospitalisations each […]

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