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How do I get rid of a toothache?

A toothache can be a frustrating and unpleasant experience. No matter what time of the day or night it may be, people want to find an effective pain reliever to

Is being vegan bad for my teeth?

Veganism is growing in Australia and sales of vegan-friendly foods have soared over the past five years while beef and lamb sales have stalled and is predicted to start going

Oral Care and the flu season

While the world is reeling from the effects of COVID-19, it is also prudent to remember that the winter season in Australia is about to start, and thereby the flu

Why do you need Cosmetic Dentistry?

The Australian Dental Association recommends a complete oral care routine that includes brushing twice a day, flossing and using mouthwash. In addition to oral care at home, it is also recommended to visit a

How do I floss?

Good oral hygiene involves more than just brushing your teeth. It also involves flossing and knowing how to floss correctly. Even though we have been flossing our teeth for years,

Preventing Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

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Interdental Brushes for Extraordinary Plaque Removal

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Interdental brushes are used to clean in between teeth that ordinary toothbrushing can’t reach. With the use of this type of brush, gum disease can be prevented by eliminating food particles and interproximal plaque.

Interdental cleaning is the method of cleaning between your teeth; thus, your dentist may recommend you to use interdental brushes if interdental cleaning is advised.

Functions and Uses of Interdental Brushes

For teeth

Instead of using dental floss, use interdental brushes for cleaning wide gaps between adjacent teeth. Insert the brush into the gap between the teeth. Place the interdental brush close to the gum margin. Manoeuvre the brush back and forth to scrub neighbouring tooth surfaces.

Facts You Might Have Missed about Dry Mouth

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When there’s a little amount of saliva in your mouth, you tend to be thirsty since your throat is becoming dry. Saliva plays an important role in your mouth. It helps you taste foods and beverages as well as digesting them. Not enough saliva would lead to dry skin. The skin around your mouth and lips get dry including your tongue. Because of this, you might have some difficulties in swallowing or speaking.

How to Treat the 10 Most Common Mouth Problems

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Oral health: Discover Mouth-Body Connection

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