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What Do Dental Hygienists Do?

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Dental hygienists (sometimes known as oral health practitioners) are University trained dental health professionals that play an important part in dental health care. They specialise in the prevention and treatment of gum disease and work alongside your dentist to help diagnose any dental issues that need addressing as well as providing a treatment plans designed to support you to keep your mouth healthy.

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Inlays Crowns and Veneers Oh My

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Inlays, Crowns & Veneers are an inexpensive way of cosmetically repairing broken, cracked, worn, heavily filled or unsightly teeth.

Evolve Dental Healing uses only the highest grade and most advanced porcelain materials to create a great looking smile.

After an initial consultation with you we will discuss the most appropriate form of treatment.

Inlays

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Sleep Dentistry - Sleep Apnoea, Snoring and TMJ

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Have you heard of sleep dentistry? No, it's not having a sleep or a nap during your dental visit. Sleep dentistry is a branch of dentistry where dentists help people with sleep problems such as snoring, sleep breathing disorders, sleep apnoea, TMJ dysfunction and teeth clenching and grinding.

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TMJ and Sleep Therapy - A New Way

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At Evolve Dental Healing we take a very holistic approach to your dental care. We are proud to announce that Dr Rachel Hall has completed her mini-residency in TMJ and Sleep Therapy with the world expert in the field, Dr Steve Olmos. Dr Rachel is so confident in Dr Olmo's methods for the treatment of TMJ, headaches and sleep breathing disorders that she has become her very own case study.

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Dentist Against Fluoride

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I am a dentist. I am against water fluoridation. As a dentist for me to say this openly is quite controversial and for many this may be challenging for them to accept or understand why a dentist would say something so outrageous and opposed to the norm of my profession.

 When somebody’s beliefs are challenged they can react and become defensive and start to attack the messenger rather than look at and consider the message.

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The Dentist Snoring and Sleep Apnoea

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A good night's sleep has the power to restore the body and enliven the mind. For the millions of Australians who experience symptoms of sleep disordered breathing and sleep apnoea, a good night's sleep also has the power to save their lives.

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7 Facts About Amalgam Fillings

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Whether or not mercury amalgam fillings are safe for the body or not is an argument that has been going on ever since its inception nearly 200 years ago. However there are some facts about dental amalgam that simply cannot be ignored or refuted. Facts that may mean when it comes to choice of filling materials we as dentists (and you as the patient) should think again about using amalgam.

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Foods That Ruin Your Dental Health

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In this article Dr Rachel Hall Holistic dentist shares about what foods increase your risk for dental decay and why. Now you may be thinking “oh here we go another lecture on the evil of sugar” but in fact you’ll be surprised to find that sugar is not the only food that makes teeth prone to decay.

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What to Eat to Prevent Tooth Decay

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This is part 2 of a 3 part series exploring the role that diet and nutrition plays in our ability to prevent tooth decay.  In part 1 Dr Rachel Hall explored how our diets have an impact on whether our teeth are prone to decay or not, and particularly how the system called dentinal fluid flow is responsible for helping to make our teeth decay resistant.  This article will focus on what foods prevent tooth decay and support greate

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