Greenland Dental Blog

Practical advice for good oral health

Our blog articles feature information about common dental problems and practical advice to help you maintain good oral health. We also post information about any changes to our services, including changes to health funds or government schemes we work with. All articles are written here at Greenland Dental, with input from our dentists and support staff. We welcome all suggestions, so don’t be afraid to ask us to post about a particular topic.

Read our latest article

Tooth decay is a preventable disease caused by a combination of plaque, sugar consumption and poor oral hygiene.  The germs living in plaque turn the sugar in the food and drinks your child consumes into acid.  This acid damages the enamel layer of your child’s teeth creating a cavity with repeated acid attacks. 

Preventing tooth decay is as simple as keeping your child’s teeth clean and keeping sugar intake to a bare minimum. Good oral hygiene and diet habits can be taught to your child at...

Please reload

Browse other articles

February 10, 2020

Dental decay is the destruction of the tooth’s enamel and dentine (layer beneath enamel) by certain types of bacteria that live within plaque.

The bacteria converts sugars that we eat into acids. The acids then dissolve the important minerals, such as calcium and phosph...

Saliva plays an important role in keeping your mouth healthy.  Saliva prevents tooth decay by neutralising acids produced by bacteria as well as limiting bacterial growth by washing away food particles.   Saliva also enhances your ability to taste and makes it easier t...

December 24, 2019

Merry Christmas from the team at Greenland Dental 

 Emergency Dentist

Greenland Dental will be open between Christmas and New Year excluding week-ends and public holidays.  It is possible we may close a little earlier than usual depending on our patient schedule.

If you a...

Your annual dental health insurance benefit is the maximum amount you can claim for a specific service.  Annual limits depend on your health fund and the level of cover you have.

If you haven’t claimed up to your yearly limit, this doesn’t roll over to the next year, it...

Please reload

We share all blog posts to our facebook page 

Monday 
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
8:00am - 6:00pm
8:00am - 5:30pm
8:00am - 5:30pm
8:00am - 5:30pm
8:00am - 5:30pm
Phone  
07 5495 4266
Fax  
07 5495 3662
Suite 12 / 8 King Street
CABOOLTURE QLD 4510

© Greenland Dental 2018