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Is There A Bad Time To Brush Your Teeth?

Is there ever a bad time to brush your teeth? Most of us believe that proper dental care means flossing and brushing often — at a minimum, twice daily, as the Australian Dental Association recommends. Those who are particularly diligent may brush more often, after meals, snacks or sugary drinks. But research shows that brushing…

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About Dental Health Week

Dental Health Week, which takes place in the first full week of August, is the Australian Dental Association’s major annual oral health promotion event. Its aim is to educate Australians about the importance of maintaining good oral health in every aspect of their lives. It has three main objectives: – Promote oral health education and…

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Apple Crumble Porridge

”This Apple Crumble Porridge will shake up the way you wake up! What better way is to start a cold winters day than with a big ol’ bowl of soul warming porridge? Porridge is nutritious & will keep you going till lunch, plus it’s super-simple to customise to keep things interesting. Have fun with your…

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Do you brush your teeth before or after breakfast?

Brushing our teeth twice daily is a habit that most of us have formed, having been taught from a young age to do so in the morning and in the evening. So we do understand how often we should brush; but have you ever stopped to think about the importance of when to brush? Some…

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Is it important to have a family dentist?

Yes, having a family dentist is very important. And visiting your family dentist on a regular basis has multiple benefits, including the following. 1 Prevention of dental disease Preventative dentistry involves the care and maintenance of healthy teeth and gums, treatments provided by the whole dental team. It can include dental cleaning, fluoride rinses, and…

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Baby Teeth Care

The development and growth of teeth really begins in the mother’s womb. Your child’s baby teeth usually start to develop on the fifth gestation week as their primary teeth begin budding in their jaws. The strength and growth of milk teeth depends on the health and diet of the mother during this period. The milk…

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Brighten your Wedding Photos with Teeth Whitening

Everyone wants to look their best and feel gorgeous on their wedding day. With photos taken thick and fast and loved ones to welcome, you should make sure you’ve got the perfect smile to shine at your guests and new spouse. Rapidly gaining in popularity, teeth whitening is the quick and easy option to improve…

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Is It Okay to Forget About My Missing Tooth?: Treatment and Advice

Some people don’t mind having a gap in their mouth and can get on perfectly well after they have lost a tooth. However, it’s important to be aware of the possible consequences of ignoring a missing tooth for an extended period of time. Not only can it lead to crowding in your mouth and leaning…

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5 Facts To Preventing Crooked Teeth In Children

Growing up with crooked teeth was something a lot of us had to experience, and often, it wasn’t nice. Not only does having crooked teeth affect your self-esteem, but it can lead to further dental health issues, like cavities and gum disease, as well as difficulties when speaking. Those of us who grew up suffering…

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What Causes Morning Breath?

Does this sound familiar? You wake up in the morning and quickly cover your mouth with your hand, run to the bathroom gargle some mouthwash and brush your teeth because your mouth tastes like something has died in there and your breath would act like a weapon of mass destruction. Morning breath (halitosis) can be…