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Your Guide to Better Oral & Dental Health

Your Guide to Better Oral & Dental Health

For some people, maintaining good oral hygiene is an overwhelming task. It is why it does not come as a surprise that almost 3.5 billion people have oral diseases, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO). In Australia, the Department of Health said that three out of 10 people do not see their dentist because they believe dental treatments are expensive. One in four children around the age of five to 10 has tooth decay. In adults aged 15 and up, at least one in 25 people have lost all their natural teeth.

Dr Bernadette Pilkington
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Facts About Gum Disease Everyone Should Know

Facts About Gum Disease Everyone Should Know

Many health conditions are sneaky – you never know you have them until they worsen. These conditions often cause discomfort, and one of them is gum disease. Surprisingly, many people around the world have gum disease. According to the World Health Organisation, about 10 per cent of the world’s population has this problem. Meanwhile, 22.9 per cent of Australians have either severe or moderate gum disease.

Dr Rosie Cash
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Teeth Bonding 101: What to Expect

Teeth Bonding 101: What to Expect

Teeth or dental bonding is a procedure where a resin material that matches the colour of the teeth is applied. This material then hardens and ultimately bonds itself to the tooth. People choose teeth bonding because it helps them restore their smile. In certain cases, the procedure can even improve the appearance of the teeth.

Dr James Roberts
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