BLUESPA DENTAL BLOG

Dental and Oral Examination is core to our dentistry practice as it allows us to diagnose any problems in its early stages and perform whatever dental procedures required to treat the issue. At the same time, a dental examination allows us to tailor a regular periodical check to ensure that your teeth and mouth remain in good health. Blue Spa dental are the first choice when it comes general dentists for families around Melbourne and surrounding suburbs.

At BlueSpa Dental, we don’t just treat your dental problems but we also help everybody get informed about the importance of dental health.

LATEST ARTICLES

How to Make Your Teeth Straight Without the Aid of Braces or Invisalign

Braces and Invisalign are not the only solution to get straight teeth and a beautiful smile. There are other ways to straighten teeth that are just as effective and less bothersome than braces, and not Read More

At What Age Do You Take Your Child to the Dentist for the First Time?

No later than age one or two, according to dentists, or as soon as your child’s first tooth erupts. Parents should definitely not wait until the child has a toothache, tooth decay, or cavity, or Read More

Can I Go to the Dentist While Pregnant?

Yes, you can go to the dentist while pregnant. In fact, it is recommended that you continue your dental visits while pregnant as the hormonal changes your body goes through throughout your pregnancy increase your Read More

How to Find a Good Dentist in Melbourne

Have you only recently moved to Melbourne? Or are you simply looking to switch dentists? Here’s a quick guide on how to find a good dentist in Melbourne.

 

Lifelong good oral health means lifelong proper Read More

  • Emergency dentistry

Do you need emergency dental care?

Do you have bleeding in your mouth? Do you have severe tooth/mouth pain? Do you have a fever and swelling in the mouth or facial area? Did you experience trauma/injury to the mouth or face? Read More

How do I know if my tooth infection is spreading?

Most people would rather endure a toothache, no matter how painful, than visit a dentist. But a persistent toothache combined with swelling is often a sign that you have an infection, and once infection sets Read More