Opening Hours: Monday - Friday : 8.00 am - 6.00 pm, Saturday : 8.00 am - 1.00 pm

Blog

LED Light Therapy

The Benefits of LED Light Therapy

Monday, 12 October 2020
Written by

Have you noticed lately that a lot of people are talking about LED light therapy? Maybe you are wondering what it is, what does it do and how much does it cost? Here at Grandis Dental LED light therapy is one of, the many skin treatments that we have to offer. In this blog we explore the benefits of using LED light therapy, how it works, what to expect when having the treatment, how much does treatment like this cost,...

What Should I do When a Tooth is Knocked Out?

What Should I do When a Tooth is Knocked Out?

Friday, 25 September 2020
Written by

A tooth being knocked out can be an incredibly stressful time, but here are a few tips to help you through. Let’s make sure our patient is ok. Take a steady breath and remain calm. We know that this sounds difficult, but someone needs to be calm in this situation, and it is unlikely to be the person with the tooth knocked out! Ask the patient to sit down so that you can have a look in their mouth. Asking...

Bad Breath

Bad Breath

Tuesday, 15 September 2020
Written by

Did you know that there are lots of possible causes for bad or stale breath? Luckily, there are solutions that you might not have thought of! Do I have gum problems or decay causing bad breath? Will my dentist or hygienist tell me if I have bad or stale breath? Is that smell coming all the way from my stomach? Could this be a bacterial imbalance in my mouth? Is my diet or dry mouth causing bad breath? For all...

Family Dental Clinic

Why Dental Examinations are Essential

Friday, 28 August 2020
Written by

Having to visit the dentist every six months may not be the appointment that everyone looks forward to or gets excited about, but it is one of the most important ones to keep. If you have found yourself wondering why you need regular examinations and cleans, we have got something for you to think about. If you are considering skipping a dental examination, make sure to consider all the risks. Plaque, Tartar, and Cavities Even with the most efficient daily...

child dentistry

Your Child’s First Dental Visit

Wednesday, 12 August 2020
Written by

At what age should a child first visit the dentist? Children should visit the dentist for their first examination at approximately one year of age or when their first teeth have come through. Visiting the dentist at an early age ensures that children and parents learn about all aspects of oral health and prepare you for what is going to happen as your children grow and their teeth and jaws develop. What to expect at your child’s first visit? The...