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Australian Dental Statistics
February 1, 2017
Your teeth are important, you only get one adult set (if only we were like sharks, regrowing their teeth). Interestingly, statistics show that for various reasons, even though they may need and want to, oral care isn’t always top priority…
Why We Are Not a Preferred Provider
January 13, 2017
Some people assume that the preferred providers of health insurance funds are so named because they offer a superior service or they are better in some other way. This is simply not true and – in fact – it can…
How To Keep Your Kids Cool About Going To The Dentist
December 12, 2016
For an adult, going to the dentist is a necessary part of life. It may not be our favourite experience, but we know that the benefits of good dental health outweigh the negatives. For a child it’s important that their…
What To Do In a Dental Emergency
November 29, 2016
A Dental Emergency refers to an injury or infection of your teeth or mouth, such as a broken or dislodged tooth, injured gums, a toothache or oral swelling. Whether a dental injury is causing pain or not, it is advised…
Do your teens need braces?
September 20, 2016
Whether your teen actually wants braces or not, there is no doubt that having braces will affect their life in both the short and long term. In the short term, they may feel either excited or nervous (depending upon their…
Health concerns of bad breath
May 21, 2016
We’ve all been there, happily chatting to a friend or colleague, when suddenly they lean in closer and POW! Bad breath, halitosis, stinky mouth, dragon breath, ogre breath – whatever you call it, there’s no doubt that it’s an uncomfortable…
What a good smile will get you
February 15, 2016
From the moment we are born, we are immediately attuned to the human smile. As babies, we instinctively recognise and mimic the smiles of our parents and siblings and adopt it as one of our first facial expressions. The human…
Could your fear of the dentist be detrimental to your health?
March 9, 2015
Stew Davies is a health conscious man. At age 10 his uncle took him kayaking in Bundeena National Park. He was head over rapids in love with the sport. Every weekend, holiday and Friday afternoon has been dedicated to it…
Tooth Loss Linked to Slowing Mind and Body
January 22, 2015
Did you know that if you lose all of your teeth, you could also lose your memory? Tooth loss could slow down your walking speed too. These are the findings in a recent study from University College London. The results,…
Study Suggests Oral Health & Rheumatoid Arthritis Linked
January 22, 2015
A recent study suggests poor oral health may be a precursor to rheumatoid arthritis. A team of researchers from the University of Louisville found poor oral health can raise the risks of rheumatoid arthritis based on the presence of an…
Based on your answers you may need our help to prevent further long term complications.
Based on your answers you are not at risk at this time. However, regular check ups and treatment are still recommended.
5 questions to ask yourself:
Do you have
1. A family history of tooth loss or gum disease?
2. Gums that bleed when brushing or eating?
3. Food trapping between your teeth?
4. Teeth that appear longer than they used to?
5. Black triangles between your teeth?
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