Have you considered whitening your teeth this Christmas so you can smile confidently? Do you wish this year would be a white Christmas? Let teeth whitening help you achieve your goal of a sparkling smile for the holidays. Using one of these treatments to give you the dazzling smile you’ve always wanted would allow you…Details
Overbites happen when the upper teeth protrude over the lower teeth.
Oftentimes, an overbite can appear to be a problem with crooked teeth when, in fact, the person’s teeth and jaws are not lining up correctly.
Overbites are easier to correct in children and teenagers since their jaws are still developing.Details
Most people have thought about brightening their smiles now and then.Details
Celebrating 30 years of Service! Thank You Dr. Sachdeva.Details
When it comes to maintaining good oral health, most of us prioritise preventing cavities and decreasing bad breath.Details
Did you know that August 1–7, 2022, will mark Dental Health Week?
As your dentist in Wantirna South, we’re delighted to find the ideal dental health treatment for you while also assisting you in better understanding the procedure as it moves forwards.Details
Most individuals associate the dentist with their teeth rather than their sleep. On the other hand, your oral health and sleeping patterns can go hand in hand.
Not only may certain sleeping habits endanger the health and strength of your mouth, but there is also a sleep disorder that your dentist can treat.Details
Bright, attractive teeth are necessary for both health and beauty.
Given this, dental implants have become among the most popular (and cutting-edge) treatments offered at Dr Sachdeva’s dental clinic.
In addition to the improvements they offer aesthetically, they also have remarkably long lifespans.Details
Dr. Sachdeva would like to take this chance to wish all Moms a very happy Mother’s Day on Sunday, May 12.
Moms deserve bright smiles at the gifts they receive, but finding “just the right” gift can be difficult.Details
It’s that time of year again, and the Easter Bilby (Bunny?) is out there hiding Easter treats to be found in your home or garden.
But with all those Easter treats, comes the risk of damage to your oral health.Details