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Child Dental Benefits Schedule

Morrin Dental has made the decision to bulk bill those eligible for the Child Dental Benefits Scheme to ensure dental treatment is provided gap free to those children who can least access it. 
CDBS will provide eligible children who receive certain government benefits – such as Family Tax Benefit Part A – with access of up to $1000 in benefits, capped over a two calendar year period that can be used towards the provision of certain “basic” dental services for children aged between 2 and 17.

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The Perks of Choosing a Family Dentist

If you are looking for a dentist who you can rely on for your necessary oral care, you might be unsure of which type of Local Newcastle Dentist to look for. Although different patients have different needs, overall, it can be a good idea to choose a dentist with a family practice. These are some of the benefits of seeing a family dentist.

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Give Yourself the Gift of Cosmetic Dentistry for Summer

The Days are getting longer and warmer with Summer just around the corner. Perhaps you have wanted to improve your appearance by changing your smile but have put it off until now. You deserve to look and feel your best. 

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Children’s Dentistry - 3 Books to Prepare Your Kids

Taking children to a dentist regularly will help ensure their smile stays beautiful and healthy. It will also help them understand the importance of oral hygiene between visits and to get excited about seeing the dentist. 

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Dental Fillings: Everything You Need to Know

If you have never had a cavity, you're certainly in the minority. At some point in their lives, most people will need to have at least one cavity filling at their dentist's office. To prepare you for this potential occurrence, we've put together a useful summary of everything you need to know about dental fillings.

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When Do You Need an Emergency Dentist in Newcastle?

When you are experiencing severe dental pain or have sustained trauma to the face, it’s nice to know that you don’t have to wait for an appointment. As an emergency dentist in Newcastle, we set aside time each day to help patients with sudden dental problems. We encourage you to request an emergency appointment as soon as possible rather than take the risk of the problem worsening.

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5 Everyday Foods that can Damage Your Teeth

Your dentist always told you to stay away from that pesky sugar, but you may not have heard that there are other foods with the potential to cause dental problems, including cavities. In fact, some of the foods you eat every day could damage your teeth. 

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Dental Health Care Whilst Pregnant: 3 Tips For Your Glowing Pregnancy

Congratulations, you're a beautiful, glowing mother-to-be! And with the future in mind regarding what will be best for you and your baby; it's likely that you've wondered how your pregnancy will affect your dentist appointments now that you're concerned for two. 

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5 Tips To Help You Start Brushing Like A Pro!

A quality smile has an impact on nearly every aspect of your life. From business to romance, you can't escape the importance of a great set of pearly whites. That's why it is so crucial to keep your teeth healthy, and one of the most convenient ways to do that is brushing. Unfortunately, it turns out that most people don't quite do it correctly. Luckily, we have five tips to help you start brushing your teeth like a pro!

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Easing Your Dental Fears: What You Need to Know About Root Canal Therapy

Suffering from a toothache?  Then you may need a root canal. What you need to know about Root Canal Therapy is that it is one of the least painful dental treatments that can save a tooth in trouble.

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Children’s Dentistry - What is baby bottle tooth decay?

Baby bottle tooth decay can happen to children that drink from bottles. When the child drinks from a bottle it is best to limit the use to breast milk, formula or water. When juices and other beverages are given in the bottle over an extended period the sugar mainly affects the front teeth but this does not mean that the other teeth are not affected. To help reduce the risk of tooth decay a consistent regimen of brushing and flossing is always the gold standard. Swabbing the mouth of babies after each bottle before they have teeth is a great way to ensure good oral hygiene and promote healthy habits.

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