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    • 16 FEBRUARY 2021
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    Saliva, not just a little spit and dribble.

    Saliva, not just a little spit and dribble.

    Did you know that every day each of us produces between 1-2L of saliva on average! Here at Adelaide City Dental Care, not only do we get to interact and work with all this amazing liquid each and every day, we also get to see and work hard to combat the sometimes-severe oral outcomes that

    • 5 FEBRUARY 2021
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    3 of the top causes behind bad breath

    3 of the top causes behind bad breath

    3 of the top causes behind bad breath. 90% of bad breath originates in the mouth, and is caused by bacteria. The bacteria break down food debris and the by-products of that process are call Volatile Sulphur Compounds.  It is typically these Sulphur compounds which are the culprit of Halitosis-bad breath.  To help with bad

    • 27 NOVEMBER 2020
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    2020, the year that was.  What will 2021 bring us?

    2020, the year that was. What will 2021 bring us?

    2020 is the Year of the Nurse and Midwife, and there has surely been no greater appreciation of our wonderful healthcare staff than during the events of this year.  Healthcare workers who have constantly put themselves in danger to provide us with care make us eternally grateful.  For some of us 2020 has been the

    • 30 OCTOBER 2020
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    Dental care that embraces technology

    Dental care that embraces technology

    Technology is the term for 2020!  There has been a huge increase in the use of apps like Zoom, and Teams to communicate with work colleagues, family and friends and this has continued past various lock-downs.  We are proud of the technology we embrace at Adelaide City Dental Care to achieve optimal treatment outcomes. You

    • 2 OCTOBER 2020
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    Halloween fun!  Book your child’s dental check and pay with lollies…

    Halloween fun! Book your child’s dental check and pay with lollies…

    October is one of the least favourite months on the dental calendar, as Australia seems to be embracing more the concept of Halloween.  All that sugar, hard and sticky lollies are terrible for teeth.  Dr Stone is determined to fight back this year with a sugar swap. Children 12 and under are encouraged to: Make

    • 31 AUGUST 2020
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    Teeth whitening special offer $399. Spring into Spring!

    Spring is here, we are so very happy at Adelaide City Dental Care.  The majority of our staff are not able to fully embrace all Winter has to offer, as we feel the cold.  Particularly when Dr Stone is paddling around the Port River with the Girl Guides (it’s a little breezy at times!).  September

    • 10 AUGUST 2020
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    Low sugar, low fat, delicious Chocolate Slice

    Low sugar, low fat, delicious Chocolate Slice

    This wonderful recipe of Annette Syms is always a low sugar hit in our house.  Just right for lunchboxes, or with a nice cup of tea. INGREDIENTS BASE 1 cup SR Flour                                                    2 Weet-Bix crushed ¼ cup cocoa                                                        2 Tbspn desiccated coconut ½ cup sugar                                                        4 Tbspn (60g) Margarine, melted 2 Tbspn skim milk                                             1

    • 4 AUGUST 2020
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    Dental Health Week asks us, how much sugar is in our trolley?

    Dental Health Week asks us, how much sugar is in our trolley?

    Dental Health Week is scheduled for 3rd – 9th August 2020.  This year it is all about those hidden sugars.  It is quite amazing how many foods have sugar in them that we wouldn’t even think about.  For example; some of those lovely muesli bars that are labelled as healthy have large amounts of sugar

    • 2 JULY 2020
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    Blanket drive for the Hutt Street Centre to beat Winter blues

    Blanket drive for the Hutt Street Centre to beat Winter blues

    During the month of July, we are pleased to participate in the blanket drive for the Hutt Street Centre.  Please bring in any blankets you have at home which may be surplus to your needs.  We will have a basket at reception ready to collect your donations.  We will be donating blankets of our own

    • 29 MAY 2020
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    Contact sport is back on, make sure your mouthguard is too.

    Contact sport is back on, make sure your mouthguard is too.

    This June we are returning to training for sport.  The spectating will be limited, but at least the playing groups will be able to get together.  We see many trauma patients throughout the year as competition brings the possibility of injury to mouth, jaws and teeth. Teeth are particularly vulnerable to sport trauma whether that