In accordance with recent ADA recommendations, our practice is only currently seeing patients with emergency needs. All elective care and hygiene appointments will be rescheduled to a later date. This protocol will be in place until at least the 31st May 2020. If you have any questions, please call us.
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As our valued client, we would like to update you on the precautions we're taking to address the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation at our practice in Katoomba. Katoomba Dental Centre is closely monitoring all available information provided by NSW Health, the Australian ...
Sometimes patients begin medical and dental treatments, but they do not complete therapy when their symptoms improve. The same is true for medications—often people start antibiotics, for example, but don’t complete the course when pain or symptoms subside.
Your dentist in Katoomba, NSW strongly recommends completing all scheduled treatments to ensure the future health and comfort of your smile.
Most of us have a bad habit or two when it comes to our teeth. However, breaking habits now may mean better oral health in the future.
Your dentist in Katoomba, NSW wants you to have a healthy smile, and that means taking proactive steps to prevent oral health conditions like tooth breakage, cavities, infections and periodontal disease. In some cases, ...