• AUGUST 3, 2018
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    Dental Health Week, Oral health is teeth, gums and oral cancer screening too.

    Dental Health Week, Oral health is teeth, gums and oral cancer screening too.

    We are pleased to report that the lift is back in action, to the detriment of our fitness! Thank you for your patience as we waited for the repair. This month we are marking Dental Health Week in the first week of August. This year it’s back to basics – tooth brushing, flossing, diet, and

    • JULY 2, 2018
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    Jaw pain? Headaches? Neck pain? Dental care could be your solution.

    Jaw pain? Headaches? Neck pain? Dental care could be your solution.

    Our teeth serve us well to smile, laugh, chew and drink.  Sometimes though, we cause pain if we clench or grind them.  Jaw pain, headaches and neck pain can be the result of clenching and grinding too.  Clenching and grinding can be stress release that then becomes a habit.  It may make noise while we do

    • JUNE 7, 2018
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    What do gums have to do with good health?

    What do gums have to do with good health?

    Winter is here and thankfully it is warm and toasty inside at Adelaide City Dental Care.  The trees along King William Street are almost bare and the tram works are nearing completion-thank you for your patience.  Gingival health is so important for maintaining general health as the mouth is an entry point for the rest

    • MAY 16, 2018
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    Semolina Raspberry Cake

    Semolina Raspberry Cake

    Try this low fat, low sugar Semolina Raspberry Cake for a handy lunchbox filler.  It is easy to make and really delicious.  Semolina is easy to buy at any supermarket, it is a great to use grain. Semolina Raspberry Cake Recipe   2 eggs, separated, room temperature                   

    • MAY 1, 2018
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    Dental Crisis Affecting South Australian Children

    Dental Crisis Affecting South Australian Children

    It is quite scary the figures of dental decay in children.  In 2015-16, 630 children aged 0 – 3 years were admitted to hospital in SA for dental treatment under a general anaesthetic. That is way too many!  Latest figures do not rate us any higher.  This past year 27.1% of children aged 5-10 years