It wasn't too long ago that losing teeth was considered a normal part of getting older. With modern dentistry and good daily habits, more people are now keeping their natural teeth into old age, but many still don't give their teeth and gums the care they deserve.
Keeping your smile for life is the ..... Read more
Looking after your teeth and gums involves more than twice daily brushing and flossing. Just as important for your oral health is what you eat and drink.
Cutting down on sugar is a great start for helping you avoid tooth decay and other dental problems, but it's also useful to know what foods and dr..... Read more
Do you or your kids still get cavities or other dental problems, even though you brush your teeth every day?
Regular teeth brushing is one of the best ways to keep plaque and tooth decay at bay, but you need to make sure you're brushing your teeth the right way. Good brushing includes everything fro..... Read more
If you've got a nagging toothache, a suspected cavity, or you think you could be taking better care of your teeth generally, there's no time like New Year for making some positive changes to your health.
Oral health is linked with general health and wellbeing in many ways, so lowering your risk of t..... Read more
As access to dental care and education about good oral hygiene keep improving, more Australians are keeping their teeth into old age. The most recent National Dental Telephone Interview Survey in 2013 found that more than 80% of people aged 65 and over still had some of their natural teeth remaining..... Read more