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General Dentistry

5 Ways to Beat Bad Breath.

Are you always conscious of the smell of your breath? You're not alone. As many as one in three people suffer from bad breath (halitosis) according to the Australian Dental Association, and it can have a number of possible causes. To banish bad breath, you first need to understand why it's happening.....
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Should I Floss Every Day?.

Everyone knows that brushing your teeth is important for keeping them healthy and preventing dental disease, but many people still treat flossing as an optional extra in their daily routine. Flossing reaches the parts of your mouth that toothbrushing can't. If you don't floss, up to half the surface.....
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4 Signs that you have Impacted Wisdom Teeth.

The last adult teeth to appear in the mouth -wisdom teeth - usually emerge between the ages of 17 and 25. You can have as many as 4 wisdom teeth – one at each end of your upper and lower arches – or none at all. Since they emerge after the rest of our permanent teeth have already come in, it is quit.....
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Do you have sensitive teeth? Here’s why!.

Dentists call it dentine hypersensitivity. To most people, it is simply known as sensitive teeth. Basically, a person who suffers from sensitive teeth would cringe in discomfort when their teeth come into contact with hot or cold foods and beverages. For some people, that sharp sensation emanating f.....
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Are You Scared of Visiting the Dentist?.

Many people feel nervous about visiting the dentist, but that doesn't have to mean missing out on important dental care. If you're worried about the possible pain or discomfort involved in treatments, you don't like needles or drills, or you've had a bad dental experience in the past, talking to you.....
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How to Keep Your Teeth White and Stain-Free.

Keeping your teeth white isn't always easy. Even if you brush and floss every day, certain things you eat and drink can create stubborn stains that are difficult to remove. Even if you're considering cosmetic dentistry, it's still important to maintain your smile to help your treatment last longer b.....
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How Do You Keep Your Teeth As You Age?.

As access to dental care and education about good oral hygiene keep improving, more Australians are keeping their teeth into old age. The most recent National Dental Telephone Interview Survey in 2013 found that more than 80% of people aged 65 and over still had some of their natural teeth remaining.....
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Is Fluoride Safe?.

The levels of fluoride added to local water supplies are safe and effective for all ages, but consuming excessive amounts can cause small white specks to form on the teeth. Fluoride toothpaste is not recommended for children aged less than 18 months. Find out more about why fluoride is good for your.....
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5 Causes of Jaw Pain and How to Get Relief.

If your jaw aches or makes loud sounds when you open and close your mouth, you should make an appointment to see a dentist or doctor. There can be many possible reasons for jaw pain, and delaying treatment could make the problem and the symptoms worse.[1] Some of the most common causes of jaw pain a.....
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Do I Need to Fix a Chipped Tooth?.

The teeth may be the strongest part of the body, but they're not indestructible. Chipping or breaking a tooth is a common dental injury that can happen to people of all ages. Knowing what to do if your tooth gets damaged could improve your chance of making a fast recovery. Teeth may be more prone to.....
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