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Why Do I Have Constant Bad Breath

Causes & Solutions for Constant Bad Breath Bad breath is a common and embarrassing problem that can happen at any age. It can be caused by several different reasons, such as dry mouth, sinus infection, respiratory infection, smoking, excess alcohol consumption,...

What Are the Latest Advances in the Dental Industry Today?

New Technological Advances in Today’s Dental Industry With the recent improvements in the technology of existing dental procedures and the introduction of new dental procedures, dentists have more and more options for patients to choose from. Dentists have been...

What to Do if a Crown Falls Out

Solutions For When a Permanent Crown Has Fallen Off A crown is put on a tooth to protect it. The tooth that is under the crown has sustained some sort of damage or might even have a root canal. Crowns are used to protect broken teeth, so there is cause for concern...

What You Can Do About Bad Breath (Halitosis)

There’s nothing pleasant about halitosis (aka stinky breath). In fact, it can be downright unpleasant. But you don’t have to suffer in silence, and neither do those around you. Halitosis is nothing to be embarrassed about. In fact, millions of individuals suffer...

Orthodontic Treatment – More Than Just a Fix for an Uneven Smile

When most people in the Sydney CBD area hear the word ‘orthodontics’, they immediately envision uncomfortable metal braces and crooked smiles. Fact is, modern dentistry has come a long way, and not only are orthodontic treatments (such as ClearCorrect and SureSmile...

Too Old to Straighten Your Smile?

Orthodontics Aren’t Just for Teenagers! Did you know that a study conducted by the Australian Society of Orthodontists revealed that 78% of adults perceive other adults with crooked teeth as “unsuccessful”? From personal and romantic relationships to the boardroom,...

What Are Inlays and Onlays?

Information About Inlays and Onlays An inlay is a restoration technique in which a wave small amount of dentin is removed from the tooth, and then a cavity-filling material is placed in the area that was removed. An onlay is a restoration technique that consists of a...

What to do if you have a Toothache and Can’t Visit the Dentist?

The spread of COVID-19 continues to affect us all. With the uncertainty of what is yet to come as a result of this pandemic, we continue to monitor the situation and remain focused on the health and safety of the patients we love, our dedicated staff, our community,...

When You Need to Call an Emergency Dentist

Unexpected dental problems, from inexplicable sudden tooth pain to an accidental blow to the jaw that knocks your teeth loose, aren’t just inconvenient and painful, but dangerous to your oral and overall health. But when do dental or tooth issues become severe enough...

Clear Aligners or Porcelain Veneers?

Very few Ozzies are lucky enough to have naturally white, perfect smiles. We drink lots of tea, wine  and soft drinks, maybe there’s been some dental trauma in the past, or genetics just gave you a less than perfect smile. If you’re bothered by a dull or wonky smile...

Directions to Our Office

TLC Dental is located in Sydney CBD at George St Medical Centre (opposite Wynyard Station). We have two convenient entrances: 308 George Street and Level 2, 5 Hunter Street for easy access as well as wheelchair access. We are on the bus route, and close to Martin Place and Wynyard stations. Parking is available just off Hunter Street in Pitt Street. We are only a 7 minute walk from Circle Quay Ferries. Refer to the map above for details.