Is your diet affecting your healthy teeth?

The old adage “you are what you eat” is especially true for dental health. What you put in your mouth has a direct impact on the health of your teeth, after all.

While we do love caring for our patients at Mosman Dental Clinic, we also love educating you on the best ways to take care of your teeth.

Tooth decay is directly related to your diet. Tooth decay or dental caries is caused by the erosion of enamel in your teeth.

Enamel erosion occurs when the sugars in your meal mix with the bacteria in plaque. This creates acid, which eats away at the enamel in your teeth, causing tooth decay. The acid can also destroy the layer under the tooth’s enamel, called dentin, resulting in cavities.

As such, you can help avoid tooth decay by limiting the amount of sugary foods you have in your daily diet.


Get Camera Ready With Our In-Chair Teeth Bleaching

Are you camera-shy and hide your smile at parties and gatherings? Would you like to boost your confidence and refresh your smile with a cleaner look?
With Christmas and New Year coming up, more parties and functions means more photos to be taken, and you don’t want to miss out on sharing these moments.

It’s easy to make your memories shine with a bright new smile at Mosman Dental Clinic.

As the longest established dental practice in Mosman, we have been helping families care for their smiles since 1930. We are proud of our expertise in caring for the smiles of young and old.

Our dentists are experts in teeth whitening, offering gentle and effective brightening for your teeth.

With our in-chair bleaching procedure, your smile will be refreshed quickly and gently with the utmost of care.


World Dental Conference Visit

  As the photos show, David Andrew Eyles just returned from the World Dental Congress in Madrid.   So what has been making an impact in the world of dentistry?   These are a few of the world wide trends and scientific statistical observations.   1. FLUORIDE REALLY DOES WORK!   Forget any scare tactics…


Be in Safe Hands – See the Experts on Botox Treatments

Mosman Dental Clinic provides the expertise and knowledge that is imperative for a safe and aesthetically natural botox treatment.
Mosman Dental Clinic’s botox treatments are undertaken by Dr. Gabrielle Traynor BDS (Syd).

Dr. Traynor is a professional with many years of experience in the dental field.
Knowledge of, and training on the anatomy of the face, head, neck, bone structure and nerves gives Dr. Traynor an authoritative insight into each patient’s natural facial rejuvenation options.
With a focus on cosmetic restoration, Dr.Traynor also has a wealth of practical experience in cosmetic dentistry. She has years of experience in treating the function, form and appearance of degraded teeth.
It is with this in-depth knowledge of the facial anatomy and bone structure that Dr. Traynor expertly assesses each client’s face to ensure our botox treatments are catered for each individual. Each patient’s head, neck, facial structure and sensitivity is taken into account to result in a balanced and natural aesthetic.
Other botox treatments can be undertaken by technicians who have had neither dental nor anatomical training. This can result in unpredictable and sometimes, complicated esthetic results.
Our qualified dental expert provides professional care and expertise in botox treatments that cosmetic technicians cannot match.
This measured and professional approach provides our patients with a refreshed, healthy, natural smile that lasts.


Importance Of Healthy Teeth

Did you know that the health of your teeth affects your overall health and wellbeing ?
Research has shown that gum disease is linked to health issues in other parts of the body. Regular brushing of your teeth not only prevents gum disease and tooth decay it can improve your overall health too.In fact gum disease has been show to increase your risk of other complications such as:
It is an infection of tissues around the teeth primarily caused by bacteria generated by plaque build up. If left to get severe the intense gum inflamation “spills over” into the bloodstream and is believed to cause damage to blood vessels over a long period of time.