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Preventive 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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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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4 Ways to Prevent Dental Accidents.

Whether it's a motor vehicle accident; sporting injury; slip, trip or fall; or something you ate; dental accidents can happen at any time – but that doesn't mean you can't take steps to protect your teeth, gums and jaws from injury. This way, you can help lower the risk of your teeth getting chipped.....
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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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Does my child need a mouthguard?.

Only if you want to protect their front teeth from a lifetime of dental work! One in five children suffer trauma to their adult teeth, and the peak time for this is when they start playing sport, around eight to ten years of age. The upper front teeth are the most commonly damaged. The dental profes.....
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Why Does the Dentist Need to Take Xrays All The Time?.

Compared to dental appointments of the past, “x-rays” or “radiographs” seem to happen a lot more frequently. Some people have heard that dentists just take them because they can charge the patient for them, or claim them for money from the health funds. This could not be further from the truth. Dent.....
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