Tooth erosion, or ‘Acid erosion” is the loss of tooth enamel caused by “acid attack”. Tooth enamel is the outer hard layer protecting your teeth, but it is prone to wear and tear. A consequence of the loss of this protective layer, is the underlying “dentine” can be come exposed and cause sensitivity.Read More
……You’re not alone. It’s hard to ignore the sweet treats on offer at the counter while you’re waiting on your morning coffee. With the latest campaign launched by the Cancer Council Victoria, bringing awareness to the consumption of sugary drinks that contribute to weight gain - it’s a timely reminder to take stock of just how much sugar you could be consuming.Read More
When it comes to a bedtime routine, or getting out of the house on time in the morning, parents often feel like they are swimming against the current on a number of fronts - making school lunches, getting everyone bathed and dressed, and accommodating everyone’s food preferences. But more often than not the biggest concern we hear from parents, is how to get their kids to brush their teeth.Read More
Dental health week, which takes place August 6 - 12, is an annual oral health promotion event organised by the Australian Dental Association. The aim of dental health week is to educate Australians about the importance of maintaining good oral health in every aspect of their lives and to encourage the following key habits:
Don’t let the Winter blues get you down. Yes, it’s cold out and the daylight hours are shorter and it seems as though every second person you talk to is jetting off to a tropical location…..but that’s no reason to hibernate!! There's always a silver lining and it begins with YOU.Read More
During the hustle and bustle of the school holidays, it is easy to become out of sync and a little relaxed with keeping up our oral health habits. When it comes to our little ones, it is especially important to maintain a good routine to keep their smiles healthy and bright.Read More
The benefits of keeping your gums and teeth healthy go far beyond a great looking smile.
According to findings published in the Journal of Periodontology, there is new evidence that the bacteria associated with gum disease could contribute to the development of cancerous stomach lesions.
It is recommended that children visit the Dentist from around the age of 3, or earlier if you have any concerns about their teeth. Regular dental check up’s can help parents become familiar with their children’s dental and oral health milestones and are important in helping develop positive dental experiences for our younger patients.Read More
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The Australian Dental Association recently shared a short video on Social media, highlighting the unfair way in which some Private Health care providers offer higher rebates to policyholders that have treatment at their own contracted Dentists and Clinics, whilst others with the same policy who choose to see their own Dentist - receive a lower rebate.