• 3 APRIL 2023
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    Tooth Bling is that your thing?

    Tooth Bling is that your thing?

    So first there was Simply Red! The younger readers (and maybe some older ones) will need to google.  But to shortcut google and answer why this is related to a dental newsletter, Simply Red’s lead singer, Mike Hucknall, had a ruby cemented to his upper left canine tooth. Why you ask. Well because the band

    • 2 MARCH 2023
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    Covid19 effects on your Mouth, Teeth, Gums and Jaws

    Covid19 effects on your Mouth, Teeth, Gums and Jaws

    Covid19 has had a significant effect on some people’s teeth, mouth, facial muscles, jaw joints and gums.  These effects may have been caused by stress, working from home, snacking, essential workers N95 mask wearing, covid19 infection and other factors.  This newsletter we would like to acknowledge that despite great efforts the number of cases of

    • 1 FEBRUARY 2023
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    Back to school tooth friendly healthy lunchbox ideas

    Back to school tooth friendly healthy lunchbox ideas

    Now before you know it we are into February and it is back to school time!  The holidays are over and it is school activities, sport, Girl Guides, Scouts, choir, dance and the dreaded school lunches.  What to put in them that they will eat and not just throw in the bin, that are healthy,

    • 3 JANUARY 2023
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    New Year. New Habits. Cleaning between your teeth.

    New Year. New Habits. Cleaning between your teeth.

    New Year, New Habits! 😊 We hope you had a lovely festive season with even a break to breathe!  Dr Stone went up the river to help out family.  The high water was amazing to see, great for the trees and birds, but not helpful for some properties. It’s that time of year again, the

    • 30 NOVEMBER 2022
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    End of Year 2022

    End of Year 2022

    Year 2022 can you believe it it is coming to the end! Thank you all for being part of our dental family during 2022.  We have seen each other through lots of challenges, surprises and fun!  We have laughed together and commiserated as well.  We have watched staff spread their wings onto bigger and wider

    • 2 NOVEMBER 2022
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    Is your oral health related to the water you drink?

    Is your oral health related to the water you drink?

    Summer is coming and with that the need to hydrate more.  Of course, we have lots of options for hydration in Australia.  The best of these is our tap water!  Tap water in South Australia has a small therapeutic dose of fluoride in the water, which has served our community really well in reducing decay

    • 7 OCTOBER 2022
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    Professsional Teeth Whitening to brighten and freshen your smile

    Professsional Teeth Whitening to brighten and freshen your smile

    Teeth whitening is an easy way to brighten and freshen your smile.  There are a number of products on the market for whitening teeth. Whitening toothpastes and whitening strips will remove and help prevent the buildup of external stain on the enamel.  For example, they will reduce the coffee and tea marks on your teeth. 

    • 1 SEPTEMBER 2022
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    3 Options for Missing Teeth

    3 Options for Missing Teeth

    Missing teeth can be a functional problem for increased pressure on other teeth, eating and drinking, an aesthetic problem for conversation and holding face shapes, and a social problem for confidence and self-esteem.  There are alternatives to missing teeth. Dentures Dentures are a great alternative to no teeth but not a great replacement for teeth. 

    • 3 AUGUST 2022
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    5 Ways to Love your Teeth

    5 Ways to Love your Teeth

    August is the time of Dental Health Week (1st – 7th August 2022).  5 ways to love your teeth. Aussies are being asked to love their teeth! You might think it doesn’t really matter if you miss a bit of flossing, skimp on the thoroughness of your brushing, or tell your dentist “Thanks, but no

    • 4 JULY 2022
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    Pet’s teeth are important too!

    Pet’s teeth are important too!

    Pets’ teeth are important too, especially as a check and clean at the Vet’s is considerably more expensive than a human one.  Kylie recently had Princess Poppy’s teeth cleaned and was $700 lighter in her bank account for the experience.  This is probably because we humans don’t usually need a general anesthetic to have teeth