Childrens Dentistry
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Childrens Dentistry

Why Baby Teeth Matter.

Baby teeth may only be temporary, but they're no less important than adult teeth, and shouldn't be ignored. Neglecting a child's oral health in the early years can affect their development and harm their permanent teeth when they come through. With good daily hygiene habits and regular dental visits.....
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HOW TO PREVENT TOOTH DECAY AND SAVE KIDS' TEETH.

Public understanding of good oral hygiene is better than it used to be, but tooth decay is still a major health concern in Australia, especially when it comes to children. Tooth decay (also known as dental caries) is a disease of the mouth that involves the loss of mineral from teeth. Over time, thi.....
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12 DENTAL DANGERS OF CHRISTMAS AND HOW TO AVOID THEM.

Christmas is many people's favourite time of year, but it's traditionally the worst time of the year for teeth. Over-indulging in sweet treats, drinking too much alcohol and being careless can all increase the risk of having to spend some of the festive period at the dental clinic to treat a toothac.....
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PREPARING YOUR CHILD FOR THEIR FIRST DENTAL VISIT.

W hen the time comes for your child's first visit to the dentist, it can be a nerve-racking experience forboth young and old. However, with a little preparation and understanding, it doesn't need to be difficult. Keep these tips in mind when you take your child to the dentist for the first time. Tip.....
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CHILD DENTAL BENEFIT SCHEDULE CONTINUES.

Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS) Continues On 23 April 2016, the Australian Government announced its intention to close the Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS) from 1 July 2016. As the legislation was not passed by Parliament before the Government entered into caretaker arrangements on 9 May .....
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