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Drinking more water protects your teeth

Water which is the most common drink is also the healthiest. Our bodies are made of 60% water and drinking water keeps our cells hydrated. This in turn helps our

Toothbrush facts

The humble toothbrush is the most used dental hygiene tool and a staple item in most modern home bathrooms. We use them every day, but have you ever thought about

Dental Care in Winter

Winter is almost upon us and while we feverishly dig out the cardigans, jackets, beanies, and the boots, it is important to winter-proof your dental care as well. The cold

Why do you need a dental consultation?

A dental consultation is a non-invasive visit to discuss issues, concerns, and to formulate a treatment plan. At Malouf Dental, a consultation will provide information and give you a better

Level 2 Restrictions

The Federal Cabinet today has eased back the COVID-19 restrictions to Level 2 from Monday 27th April 2020. This means more patients can get dental treatments done under the guidelines

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

Is it Safe to Visit the Dentist?

With the coronavirus disease now deemed a pandemic by the World Health Organisation, the Australian Dental Association provides updated information about preventive measures that should be applied by dental clinics.

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