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While many things were out of our control in 2020, maintaining good oral hygiene is one thing we can focus on in this New Year!  Essential tips for maintaining excellent oral health:  Brush and floss your teeth every day. Brushing twice daily, flossing, and regular dental appointments will...

Flossing is a crucial part of maintaining a healthy mouth. Our hygienists recommend the video below; it demonstrates how to floss effectively to keep your oral hygiene in tip-top shape! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oiukqIM0cD8&feature=youtu.be ...

Northwest Dental are happy to welcome back Amelia Yu from maternity leave! Amelia is feeling excited to be back and is ready to provide the best dental treatment for all our wonderful patients! We would also like to extend a big thank you to Leah du...

Welcome back to "near normal"! We appreciate it has been a challenging time for our patients over the last few months. We trust you have come through this period safely. We also understand that there have been employment issues and financial challenges for many of...

I am pleased to report that we have safely provided care for our patients who have required urgent dental care throughout COVID-19 Levels 3 and 4. I am also pleased to advise that the NZ Dental Council has released guidelines which now allow us to return...

To all Northwest Dental Patients, At Northwest Dental throughout COVID-19 Level 3, our team is still available to help you with your dental emergencies and urgent dental care. An emergency includes facial swelling, dental trauma, dental pain, or severe pain from broken fillings or teeth. If you...

Due to the current situation, we are unable to see you for appointments. We, as hygienists generate a lot of aerosols during treatment. Because of this, we run the risk of spreading the virus. Unfortunately at this time, until instructed by the Ministry of Health, we...

Dentistry is an “Essential Service.” At Northwest Dental, our team is still available to help you with your dental emergencies and urgent dental care. An emergency includes facial swelling, dental trauma, dental pain, or severe pain from broken fillings or teeth.  We will access emails and...

To all Northwest Dental Patients, We want to inform you that dentistry is now considered an essential service for dental emergencies. If you have a dental emergency, please do not come to the clinic, but contact us via phone (03) 359 8300 or email admin@nwdental.co.nz. If you have...

The Government has announced the imminent move to Alert Level 4. Our practice will be closed for a period of time to help stop the spread of COVID-19. We are awaiting further details from the Ministry of Health and the NZ Dental Association before reviewing...