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The latest news and articles from the team at Crown Dental Group Melbourne.

Can TMJ make your teeth hurt?

TMJ is often caused by teeth grinding and can cause tooth pain. TMJ dysfunction can cause several uncomfortable symptoms, including headaches, earache, make your teeth hurt and neck and jaw…

When should you first take your child to the dentist?

Taking care of your little smiles is important as it helps secure a healthy dental future for them. At Crown Dental Group, we recommend bringing your child to the dentist…

How often should you go to the dentist?

Our dental team is friendly and welcoming to all patients, so please come along for your regular dental checkup. We recommend visiting the dentist twice a year, preferably every six-months…

Dental Bridges and Crowns

If you are suffering from a lost tooth or multiple teeth, a dental bridge can be used. Dental bridges can restore the appearance and function of the teeth as they…

Top 10 ways to protect your teeth and gums over Christmas

Oral hygiene is probably the last thing you are thinking about as we enter the festive season. So let us tell you how to protect your gums and teeth. You…

Zoom! Teeth Whitening can help achieve pearly white teeth

A lot of people whiten their teeth because of many different factors that may have affected their teeth over the years. Our job is to make sure they get their…

How long do dental implants last?

The biologic factor refers to how well your tissue or bone stays stuck to the implant. The mechanic factor is when there’s a complication of the crown, the skin, or…

What is Cosmetic Dentistry?

Cosmetic dentistry is associated with improving the appearance of your smile. Cosmetic Dentistry Treatments Here at Crown Dental Group, we offer a range of different treatments to help address any…

Maximise Your Oral Health During Dental Health Week 2019

For Dental Health Week 2019, the Australian Dental Association has provided us with important information that can help you to maximize your oral health. ADA has heaps of resources available…

The danger behind grinding your teeth at night

Teeth grinding (more commonly known as bruxism) usually occurs during the night when asleep, causing the top and bottom teeth wear against each other. It is usually unnoticed until in…

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