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Are Sports and Energy Drinks Bad for Your Teeth?

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2020 is now in full swing and there’s no denying that more people than ever before are becoming more conscious of living healthier lifestyles, focusing on incorporating better food choices and exercise into their routines and educating our kids to do the same. No matter what type of physical activity…


Cosmetic Dentistry vs. Orthodontics

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If you desire a perfect smile, there are several solutions that can help. Whether you want to remodel a misshapen tooth, completely realign your teeth, or whiten your smile, it can usually be achieved one way or another with professional help.Both cosmetic dentistry and orthodontics are options that can upgrade…


Is Drinking Through a Straw Better for Your Teeth?

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Taking excellent care of your teeth should be a top priority – after all, they’re going to stick with you for a really long time. Of course brushing and flossing are pivotal to teeth care, but the food you consume also plays a large role in oral hygiene and the…


The 5 Best Foods for Keeping Your Teeth Healthy

Taking excellent care of your teeth should be a top priority – after all, they’re going to stick with you for a really long time. Of course brushing and flossing are pivotal to teeth care, but the food you consume also plays a large role in oral hygiene and the…


Worst Halloween Candy for Your Teeth

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October is coming to an end, which means Halloween is almost upon us! This is one of the most enjoyable events of the year, being the perfect excuse to dress up, decorate and devour chocolates, lollies and sweets to celebrate the occasion.You're probably aware that foods high in sugar can…


How to Look After Kids’ Teeth

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To keep their teeth strong and healthy, good dental practices should be instilled in kids from a young age. Getting them into the habit of caring for their teeth themselves – as well as explaining why it’s important – will help ensure they continue to do so as they get…


5 Ways to Make Teeth Cleaning More Fun for Kids

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Parents are all too familiar with the uphill battle of trying to get their children to brush their teeth. Kids often see this healthy habit as too much effort or boring. Luckily, there are a few simple tricks and tips for turning the routine of teeth cleaning into a fun…


Why You Need a Professional Mouthguard for Sport

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Playing regular sport is undoubtedly one of the best ways to maintain an active, healthy lifestyle, make new friends and learn new skills! Despite all of the benefits of playing sports, there are also risks involved with some activities, primarily those that involve high contact. These risks can be minimised,…


How to Ease Dental Anxiety in Children

Going to the dentist is quite a common fear among children. An upcoming appointment can cause anything from a little nervousness to full-blown panic. Dental anxiety in children stems from many different areas; the unusual environment, separation from parents, fear of the equipment or of possible pain. More often than…


Five fun ways to get your child interested in oral health

Having trouble introducing your child to oral health and dental hygiene? Why not try one of our five fun ways to make oral health fun… Many children might find that brushing and flossing their teeth is ‘boring’ or ‘bothersome’ but looking after your teeth does not have to be a…


Feed your kids healthy food to promote a healthy mouth!

It has been found that poor diets have led to an increase in tooth decay in children Cases of children losing teeth due to decay, not growth, have dramatically increased. The cause – sugary foods and drinks! Brushing our teeth is a routine we all know we should keep, however…


How to Get Your Kids to Brush Their Teeth

Recently a new toothbrush has been released that keeps your children entertained while they brush! A new toothbrush has children running to the bathroom sink ready to brush their teeth. The secret: an entertaining song that plays for two minutes – the recommended duration for tooth brushing! The sound vibrations…

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