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What Does Toothache and Swelling Mean?

What Does Toothache and Swelling Mean?

Toothache can happen for many reasons and is sometimes benign, but toothache accompanied by swelling is more likely to indicate a serious problem. If you have pain and swelling in your mouth, it's important to see your d..... Read more

Category: Restorative Dentistry, Oral Health

Give Your Teeth a White Christmas with These Healthy Sugar Swaps

Give Your Teeth a White Christmas with These Healthy Sugar Swaps

If you take care of your teeth and gums the rest of the year, why should you let things slide at Christmas? Over-indulging in the sweet stuff might be a festive tradition, but it's not one you have to subscribe to – espe..... Read more

Category: Oral Health

Visiting the Dentist with Sensitive Teeth

Visiting the Dentist with Sensitive Teeth

If your teeth hurt when you eat or drink something hot, cold, sweet or sour, you should tell your dentist. Some people naturally have more sensitive teeth than others, but if your teeth have become more sensitive suddenl..... Read more

Category: Oral Health

What Are the Most Common Dental Problems for Children?

What Are the Most Common Dental Problems for Children?

Dental care for children should begin as soon as their first teeth erupt. Taking good care of your children's teeth, and teaching them how to take care of their own teeth when they get old enough, will lower their risk o..... Read more

Category: Children's Dentistry, Oral Health

Easy Sugar Swaps to Save Your Teeth

Easy Sugar Swaps to Save Your Teeth

If you or your kids consume too much sugar in your diets, you could be putting your oral health at risk.[1] Sugar feeds bacteria living in plaque on the teeth, which can cause tooth decay and gum disease among other heal..... Read more

Category: Oral Health

Is Fluoride Bad for You?

Is Fluoride Bad for You?

Fluoride is a naturally occurring mineral found in many water supplies and in some foods. In Australia, most public water supplies have small amounts of fluoride added to help strengthen teeth against plaque and lower ra..... Read more

Category: General Dentistry, Oral Health

What Are the Most Common Dental Problems for Seniors?

What Are the Most Common Dental Problems for Seniors?

Many oral health risks increase with age. Seniors are more likely to experience certain dental diseases and related problems than people in younger age groups, due to a combination of age-related risks, health factors ac..... Read more

Category: General Dentistry, Oral Health

How Oral Health Can Affect Overall Health

How Oral Health Can Affect Overall Health

You probably know that taking good care of your teeth and gums helps you to avoid oral health problems such as tooth decay and gum disease. But did you know that oral health problems can also affect your overall health a..... Read more

Category: Oral Health

Going on Holiday? Don't Forget Your Toothbrush!

Going on Holiday? Don't Forget Your Toothbrush!

With the Christmas holidays coming up, many Aussies are looking forward to getting away from it all. While you might be excited about taking a break from work and other responsibilities, there are some things in life tha..... Read more

Category: Oral Health

Are Dental X-rays Safe?

Are Dental X-rays Safe?

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Category: General Dentistry, Oral Health


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