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The link between gum disease and pregnancy

Pregnant women often experience swollen, sore, and bleeding gums as a result of hormonal changes. Pregnancy is an amazing experience, but there is no denying that it can have an…

What you should know about straightening your teeth as an adult

It is possible to straighten your teeth at any age.   When you hear about orthodontic treatment, you might think that the options are only available to children and teenagers….

How smiling affects your body

Smiling can have some surprising effects on your overall health. Nothing says joy like a big, spontaneous smile! And the amazing thing is that a smile can reflect a genuine…

How to prevent chipped teeth

Chipped teeth often occur as the result of injury, wear and tear and weakened enamel. Even if you take great care of your teeth by brushing, flossing, and regularly seeing…

What to eat after teeth whitening

Certain foods and drinks can cause teeth to stain even after a whitening treatment. There are many teeth whitening options available these days, but for the best possible results, it’s…

Protect your teeth this Christmas season

It’s time to take a break and indulge ourselves in Christmas cakes and eggnog, but we mustn’t forget to brush our teeth The season is here once again, where most…

Maximise Your Oral Health During Dental Health Week

Happy Dental Health Week – Here is some advice to maximise your oral health. For Dental Health Week 2019, the Australian Dental Association has provided us with important information that…

Keep your teeth safe by avoiding these foods this winter

Certain foods may have a negative impact on your gums and teeth Make sure that you avoid these snacks this winter to keep your mouth in tip top condition. What…

Why am I grinding my teeth?

Grinding your teeth is a common thing that many adults, as well as young children, suffer with. In order to take the right course of action, we first need to…

Don’t let anxiety ruin your smile

When you lose your spark Neglecting your oral health can cause you anxiety, it’s been proven to be linked to depression and a poor state of mind. This might seem…