It’s no surprise that your oral health may not be on your priority list during this time of over-indulging, spending time with your nearest and dearest, and enjoying holiday festivities.Details
Sturdy, stable and sophisticated; that’s what your dental braces are known for!
However, braces are orthodontic appliances that seek utmost care from the wearer.Details
Overbites happen when the upper teeth protrude over the lower teeth.
Oftentimes, an overbite can appear to be a problem with crooked teeth when, in fact, the person’s teeth and jaws are not lining up correctly.Details
Happy Father’s Day! Our dental team at EK Dental Surgery sends you happy greetings on this upcoming Father’s Day celebration.
To all of the amazing Dad’s out there in the Glen Waverley area, we tailored a shortlist of our favourite tips to help maintain good overall health.Details
Dental Health Week is a major annual oral health campaign, and this year, Dental Health Week will be on 3 – 9 August.
This campaign aims to educate Australians about the importance of maintaining good oral health by promoting four key messages.Details
Everybody knows that drinking water is vital for your health. But staying hydrated can be difficult – and sometimes boring.
As a rule of thumb, you are told to drink at least eight glasses of water a day. But after the first few glasses of water, you might begin to find the taste gets boring. And after eight glasses? You may never want to drink water again!
This is why people sometimes get tired of drinking plain water or look for something a bit more exciting. And sometimes, this choice is sparkling water.Details
Are you suffering from blisters sprouting around the borders of your lips? The first step before calling us is to determine if they are caused by cold sores or canker sores!
It is important that you inform us every time you experience mouth sores so we can adjust and reschedule your dentist appointment to after they heal.Details
With the theme “Protecting youth from industry manipulation and preventing them from tobacco and nicotine use”, World No Tobacco Day 2020 is here.
The team at EK Dental Surgery can certainly get behind an event that promotes health!Details
On 8 May 2020, National Cabinet approved a move to Level 1 restrictions for dentistry.
The decision is the product of ongoing advocacy by the ADA and a close collaborative working relationship with the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC) the aim of which was to get the profession back to work quickly and safely.Details
ith the COVID-19 outbreak, health care professionals are urging people to refrain from touching their face.
There’s no question it’s easier said than done.Details