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Is Your Family History Causing Your Gum Disease?

Is Your Family History Causing Your Gum Disease?

Poor oral hygiene is the primary cause of gum disease, but did you realise genetics also plays a part? In fact, your family history could mean you need to take extra care with your dental hygiene. What Is Gum Disease and What Causes It? Gum disease develops when the bacteria in plaque buildup create infection and inflammation in your gums. This causes your gums to

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Did You Know Smiling Can Benefit Dental Health?

Did You Know Smiling Can Benefit Dental Health?

Smiling is an important way we communicate with others, but did you realise there are some health benefits when you smile regularly? Reinforcing Good Oral Habits When you smile frequently, you are more aware of your dental health which can motivate you to take better care of your teeth and gums. Over time, this can help to reinforce good oral habits. Maintaining Nicer Looking Teeth

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How Are You Participating in Earth Hour?

How Are You Participating in Earth Hour?

On the 30th March, Earth Hour takes place between 8:30 and 9:30pm local time, and it’s the ideal moment to think about our environment. Organised by the World Wide Fund for Nature, it’s especially poignant here in Australia because we have some the world’s most beautiful and iconic wildlife and landscapes. Unfortunately, our biodiversity is under massive threat thanks to climate change, and it will

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How Can Teeth Whitening Remove Stains?

How Can Teeth Whitening Remove Stains?

Tooth discolouration is a natural part of ageing and occurs as tooth enamel thins, allowing the dentine underneath to shine through. Dentine can be yellow or even grey. As tooth enamel thins, it becomes more susceptible to staining. Also, a liking for highly coloured foods and drinks like coffee, tea and red wine, and even balsamic vinegar can leave your teeth looking less than their

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How to Ensure Your Child’s Packed Lunch is Tooth-Friendly

How to Ensure Your Child’s Packed Lunch is Tooth-Friendly

Did you realise that your child’s general and oral health are closely linked? Ensuring they eat healthily, even while at school will help to keep their teeth and gums in great shape. Calcium Calcium helps bones and teeth to remain strong, so include dairy-rich foods such as cheese, milk and sugar-free yoghurts. Protein Protein helps to keep tooth enamel strong and resistant to decay. Good

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