In case you missed the BIG news, iDental Surgery is celebrating its 10th birthday by coming home to Sydney’s Inner West! Our new location is at 541 King Street, Newtown and we want YOU to help us design & build a dental practice that suits your needs. Simply fill out the form below & suggest your feedback to […]
Meet Dr. Vicky Prokopiou At Our New Location To celebrate the arrival of iDental Surgery to its new location at 541 King Street, Newtown we’ll be on-ground as part of Celebrate South King Street on Sunday 20th June, 2021. It’ll be a chance to meet & greet your newest local Dr. Vicky Prokopiou, as well as […]
When was the last time you took a closer look at your shopping trolley? Sugar is everywhere – even in certain items which appear to be healthy on the surface. This Dental Health Week (August 3-9, 2020), our aim is to inform you about what is really in the food you eat & how you can […]
In an exciting development for dentists across Australia, the Australian Government has approved a move from Level 2 down to Level 1 restrictions. What does this mean for you? Click here to view the Decision Tree for Level 1 Patient Management.
According to the Prime Minister’s statement, announced on 21 April, the level 2 restrictions are to come into effect from 27 April 2020. The following system is designed based on published triaging systems in Australia for Dentistry. Provision of dental treatments that are unlikely to generate aerosols or where aerosols generated have the presence of […]
With many Australians currently at home in isolation, it is vital that we remember to take care of our teeth during these times. Here are four simple steps to ensuring your mouth remains healthy until things return to normal. Always remember to do the following each & every day whilst at home: Brush at least […]
ADA NSW welcomes the commitment by the NSW Government to invest an additional $70 million towards dental care for children, but we would encourage the government to ensure the funding is directed to those most in need. Tooth decay is the most common chronic health condition affecting children (and adults). In 2016-17, dental conditions accounted […]