An insight into our Core Dental team member: Dr Lan Ngo

Dr Lan Ngo

Core Dental are proud of the passionate professionals who take care of your teeth. Highly qualified and committed to your comfort, our team are a varied and fascinating bunch. Here you will get an insight into the people who keep your smile looking fresh and perfect. An insight into Dr Lan Ngo – General Dentist at Read More

The best electric toothbrush: Our top 5 picks

best electric toothbrush

There are so many choices for your teeth when it comes to choosing the best electric toothbrush so we have put together a buyer’s guide that will help you make the choice that much easier. Oral-B Pro 6500 Smart Bluetooth “I loved this electric toothbrush and it made brushing an engaging 21st century experience with all of the Read More

An insight into our Core Dental team member: Dr Marcus Ford

Marcus Ford

Core Dental are proud of the passionate professionals who take care of your teeth. Highly qualified and committed to your comfort, our team are a varied and fascinating bunch. Here you will get an insight into the people who keep your smile looking fresh and perfect. An insight into Dr Marcus Ford – Principal Dentist at Core Read More

What are the replacement options for missing teeth?

missing teeth

You can end up with missing teeth due to a number of factors, but don’t worry – at Core Dental our highly experienced general dentists and specialists have the skills to get you smiling again. Depending on the position and number of teeth you have lost, you are likely to be a candidate for at Read More

Introducing Core Dental Carrum Downs

core dental carrum downs

As a Director of Core Dental Group, I’m very pleased to announce the opening of our 6th practice this week: Core Dental Carrum Downs. Carrum Downs is part of the City of Frankston, which is Victoria’s 11th fastest growing Local Government Area (LGA) and very popular with young families, with over 70% of residents being Read More

4 things to avoid if you have sensitive teeth

Sensitive teeth (or more formally, dentine hypersensitivity) occurs when the enamel that protects your teeth gets thinner, thereby exposing the underlying surface and reducing the protection the enamel and gums provide to the tooth and root. Possible causes of sensitive teeth include: Tooth decay Fractured teeth Worn fillings Gum disease Worn tooth enamel Exposed tooth Read More