• 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

    • 4 MAY 2020
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    Warming Minestrone Soup Recipe

    Warming Minestrone Soup Recipe

    You asked for Doctor Stone’s Minestrone soup recipe, so as promised… MINESTRONE SOUP Ingredients 2-3 slices short cut bacon                             1 400gm tin tomatoes diced 1 onion                                                           

    • 30 APRIL 2020
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    COVID19 Level 2 Restrictions offer relief as we provide services again.

    That’s right, level 2 restrictions are now in place which means we can offer more dental services to our community.  What does level 2 restrictions mean? Level 2- We must use rubber dam for all dental procedures which create an aerosol (most restorative treatment) We are not able to provide ultrasonic cleaning for dental hygiene

    • 27 APRIL 2020
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    What can I do at home during COVID19 to maintain dental health?

    Dental emergencies can evolve quickly, or creep up over a few days or even weeks.  We are here for you on all occasions should you need our assistance, but in the meantime, there are a few techniques you can use at home to provide relief. The first step is to try and identify is it

    • 26 MARCH 2020
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    How do we take care of ourselves in a COVID-19 situation?

    What an incredible start to the year.  Stating the obvious, we have come together as a community to rally around bush-fire and drought affected communities, now we are socially distancing.  A difficult start to the year indeed.  We hope you are all well and taking good care of yourselves. In these stressful times, we can

    • 20 MARCH 2020
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    Important Letter to our patients re COVID-19

    Important update regarding COVID-19 Dear valued Adelaide City Dental Care patients, At Adelaide City Dental Care, we seek to provide excellent care for our patients and support for the community we are part of.   We wish to assure you we are doing everything we can to protect you, our patients, our team and the wider

    • 2 MARCH 2020
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    Why is the Australian of the Year worried about sugar?

    Why is the Australian of the Year worried about sugar?

    It was wonderful news to hear the Australian of the Year, Dr James Muecke talk about joining forces with SA Health to publicise that sugar is bad.  His perspective is naturally on eye health, diabetes and obesity.  Ours would be on teeth and decay but we are happy to hear anyone champion sugar taxes, banning

    • 3 FEBRUARY 2020
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    Dental records: x-rays, photos and now an implant Registry.

    Dental records: x-rays, photos and now an implant Registry.

    We have recently become part of the Dental Implant Registry which is based in Adelaide but has a worldwide reach.  There are registries for joint replacement, heart stents and now we have one for dental implants. There are multiple different brands, sizes and screw heads requiring different screwdrivers for implants across the world. What this

    • 24 JANUARY 2020
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    Bushfire relief for wildlife and shoe-boxes of love.

    Bushfire relief for wildlife and shoe-boxes of love.

    It has been such a tough start for our patients, wildlife and the country as a whole.  Watching the devastation of the fires brings us together with our community in many ways as we pull together to provide relief in any way we can. Many of you may have seen our relief packages we provided