Posts Tagged: dental problems

When should I bring my child to the dentist?


When should I bring my child to the dentist? Prevention is better than cure. This saying fits perfectly to children’s oral health. The Australian Dental Association’s recommendation is to take your child to the dentist shortly after the eruption of […]

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Why is an Oral Health Therapist Important?

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Who is an Oral Health Therapist? An oral health therapist (OHT) is a dental clinician who is trained to be both a dental therapist and a dental hygienist with a primary focus on health promotion and disease prevention. As a […]

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Chewing Sugarless Gum to Prevent Decay

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Chewing Gum to Prevent Cavities Do you enjoy the refreshing taste of chewing gum?  Well gum chewers, clinical studies have shown that chewing sugarless gum for 20 minutes following meals can help prevent tooth decay. Chewing sugarless gum increases the […]

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Diabetes and Your Oral Health

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Adults and children with poorly controlled diabetes have a higher risk of tooth problems and gum disease than people without diabetes.   Regular dental visits  Check out our New Patient Special   Visit your dentist every 6 months for advice […]

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Why Dentists Take Dental X-Rays?

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Dentists take Dental X-Rays as they are a useful diagnostic tool helping to detect damage and disease not visible with the naked eye. How often Dental  X-Rays should be taken depends on your individual needs such as your age, your […]

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Canker Sores


Honey heals Canker Sores….this is no joke!!!!   Canker sores are painful oral lesions which we in the dental profession still don’t know how they are caused. In the latest edition of Quintessence International ( an eminent Journal in the […]

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