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Emergency Dental in Marsden

When it comes to visiting the dentist, a lot of people delay due to the costs involved. However, dental hygiene is very important to our overall health, and unfortunately, putting off appointments for financial reasons can sometimes result in the problem getting worse with time, leading to even more expenses in the long run. That’s

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Find Solutions for any Dental Issue with Crestmead Dental

Here at Crestmead Dental, we understand that life can be stressful enough without worrying about trips to the dentist – especially if the thought makes you anxious. So, we understand if it’s been a while since you’ve made the time, or if your circumstances have changed and you’re now on the lookout for a new

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Early Childhood Decay

Dental decay can have many names: cavities, holes, caries. Early childhood caries is defined by the AIHW as one or more teeth that have decay, are missing because of decay, or are restored (filled) in children aged 0-5 years. What is the cause? high sugar intake – juices, fruit, cordial, soft drink, chocolate, lollies, biscuits

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DR HENRY WONG

Dr Henry Wong is a local dental graduate, having done his studies at the University of Queensland. He has had over 10 years of practical experience, providing a wide range of services in the various fields of dentistry. He has a strong interest in Orthodontics (braces) and has an affinity treating young patients. Henry regularly attends a range of continuing education courses, and is very much up to date with his continuing professional development requirements.   Dr Henry is a long term member of the ADA (Australian Dental Association). He has also been involved with RAWCS (Rotary Australia World Community Service), in a charity project that provides much needed dental treatment to villages in Nepal. He has also provided volunteer work in Brisbane through the National Dental Foundation.   Dr Henry enjoys spending time with his family and young daughter. They are often the reluctant subjects one of his other interests; photography. He likes to unwind by listening to comedy podcasts and tending to his growing collection of indoor plants.