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HOW CAN I STOP BEING AFRAID OF THE DENTIST.

Do you feel worried or anxious about visiting the dentist? As many as one in six Australian adults say they feel anxious, scared or stressed when they're in a dental setting, making dental fear one of the most common types of anxiety. Anxiety can have negative effects on your oral health if it means.....
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Dental Health Week 2021: How to Keep Your Smile for Life.

You don't expect to lose an arm or a leg when you get older, so why would you expect to lose your teeth? Keeping your teeth and gums healthy for a lifetime is the focus of this year's Dental Health Week in Australia. Dental Health Week is organised by the Australian Dental Association (ADA) during t.....
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Are You Brushing Your Teeth Wrong?.

Brushing our teeth is something most of us learned as kids, but not all of us were taught correctly. Opinions about toothbrushing technique have changed over time as oral hygiene has become better understood and it can be easy to slide into bad brushing habits if you're not paying attention. Unfortu.....
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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 Avoid a Christmas Toothache.

If you or your family like to indulge over the Christmas period, gaining weight isn't the only consequence you should be aware of. Sweet snacks, festive drinks and other holiday hazards can all take their toll on your teeth, and a toothache is often the first sign that something's wrong. If your too.....
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Is an Electric Toothbrush Better for Your Teeth?.

If you or your kids need to improve your oral hygiene, swapping your manual toothbrush for a powered toothbrush could help. An electric toothbrush with a rotating head can make it easier to clean your teeth and gums, as long as you know how to use it properly. If you've never used an electric toothb.....
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DENTAL HEALTH WEEK 2020: HOW MUCH SUGAR IS IN YOUR FOOD .

Along with regular brushing, flossing and dental check-ups, cutting down on free sugars (the sugar added to food and drink by manufacturers) is one of the best things you can do to keep your teeth and gums healthy. So how much sugar is too much? The recommended daily sugar intake, according to the W.....
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IS IT EVER TOO LATE TO START FLOSSING.

While more than half of Australians follow dentists' recommendations to brush their teeth twice a day, only 17 percent say they floss regularly, according to a survey by the Australian Dental Association. If you've been treating flossing as an optional extra, you could be at higher risk of tooth dec.....
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3 WAYS TO REPLACE A MISSING TOOTH.

If you have a gap in your teeth, there are more reasons to consider filling it than just appearances. As well as making some people feel self-conscious about their smiles, missing teeth may also affect your ability to eat normally, which could affect your diet and nutrition. The surrounding teeth ma.....
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WHAT DOES MOUTH CANCER LOOK LIKE.

Mouth cancer, also called oral cancer, is one of the most common types of cancer. It can develop inside or outside the mouth – usually on the lips, tongue or floor of the mouth, but also the cheeks, gums, tonsils and other areas. Read this short guide to learn how to spot possible signs of mouth can.....
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