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Dental Health Month reminds us of the importance of taking care of our teeth

Far too often, our oral health takes a back seat in our quest for overall wellbeing. It's something many of us take for granted, but when we neglect our oral hygiene, the effects can be serious. The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare estimates that 30 per cent of adults aged 25-44 ha... Continue reading

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7 tips to maintain great oral health this spring

It's important to do what you can to protect, clean and care for your teeth. This can extend through to the food and drinks you consume, as well as dental check-ups and procedures. 1. Commit to a regular dental routine Along with brushing your teeth for two minutes twice a day, it's important to c... READ MORE

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5 tips from your dentist to keep your kids smiling

Education begins at home. So making it a priority to set up good dental habits early on can have many positive benefits for your children's teeth as they grow. Establishing and maintaining a good diet and oral hygiene practices during childhood is essential if individuals want to enjoy good oral he... READ MORE

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Workplace temptations that are damaging to your teeth

A full work day can take a lot out of you, so it's no surprise that many worker bees reach for something sweet and sugary to counteract the late afternoon slump. However, those workplace snacking habits can come at a cost to your oral health. Without proper oral care and regular appointments with y... READ MORE

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Smiling your way to a second date

Dating in your young adult years can be exciting time for anyone. Meeting new people, finding that spark and going on fun dates is all part and parcel of the dating experience. Turning your first date into a second date can be tricky, especially if you're not totally satisfied with your dental appe... READ MORE

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600,000 reasons for kids to visit the dentist

Being a parent is a full-time job, especially when it comes to looking after your children's dental health. Getting your little ones to understand the importance of oral health can feel like a mammoth task, but there are plenty of reasons why it pays to start good dental habits early on. Poor denta... READ MORE

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Flown the nest

Stepping out into the big wide world on your own can be an exhilarating feeling. For the first time, you're out of the family home and you're responsible for keeping on track with all the responsibilities, payments and commitments involved in your life. As you transition out of your teenage years a... READ MORE

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First impressions matter: Nailing your first job interview

Nailing that first job interview can be tricky if you've never had any experience with the world of full-time work. With your nerves running high and your mind racing to answer each question carefully, the last thing you need is to make a bad first impression. It's important to be as prepared as po... Read more

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A lifetime of healthy smiles

Did you know that 68% of 2-5 year olds have never visited a dentist? Are you one of the 17% of people who avoid certain food due to dental related problems? Do you contribute to 1 million lost days of work each year due to dental issues? August is Dental Health Month and this year Dental Care Netwo... Read more

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