518 Te Atatu Road, Te Atatu Peninsula, 0610
reception@opaldental.co.nz
518 Te Atatu Road, Atatu Peninsula, 0610
reception@opaldental.co.nz
Call 09 834 6359

How to prepare for dental implants

Dental implants are artificial tooth roots topped with crowns. They’re a permanent way to replace missing teeth and can be life-transforming. If you’re wondering how to prepare for dental implants, this article is for you. We’ll explain what the procedure involves and...

How illness can affect your oral health

Being unwell can be tough on your mind, body — and oral health. In this article, we’re going to discuss how illness can affect oral health. We’ll also explain what you can do to ease the effects of illness on your teeth and mouth. Let’s find out more about the dental...

Celebrate World Oral Health Day with Opal Dental

World Oral Health Day is celebrated around the globe on 20 March. It’s a day organised by the FDI World Dental Federation to raise awareness of oral diseases. It also aims to empower people from around the globe to understand the value of oral health....

All about mouth ulcers

Mouth ulcers are sores that develop inside the mouth. There are different types, and they may be large or small. Sometimes, mouth ulcers may be painful or make it uncomfortable to eat or drink properly. In this post, we’re going to tell you what you need to know about...

What to do after having a tooth out

Your dentist may have advised you to have a tooth out because of decay, infection or overcrowding. Whatever the reason, you can prepare yourself by reading our guide on what to do after having a tooth out. In it, we explain what to do after a tooth has been removed to...
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