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Taking care of teeth during the holiday season

The season to be jolly is almost upon us and so will the time to indulge in excess. Not only will all that eating, and drinking take a toll on

Are electric toothbrushes better?

These days more and more people opt for electric toothbrushes. The oral health aisle in the supermarket is filled with various brands of electric toothbrushes, from single brushes to family

How to keep your teeth white?

So, you have done a teeth whitening procedure at your local dentist or used a home whitening kit. The biggest issue you are now thinking about is how to keep

Cosmetic dentistry to improve confidence

It is the weekend, and you are long overdue for a night out. You click a few pictures with your friends because it is a gorgeous venue but as you

Can oral health affect your overall health?

Did you know that dental decay is the second most costly diet-related disease in Australia comparable in cost with heart disease and diabetes? As per Health Expenditure in Australia 2015-2016

Does vomiting cause dental problems?

Frequent vomiting can cause serious damage to teeth. Vomit is toxic because it contains stomach acids. These acids break down food in your stomach so your body can digest it.

Dental care in summer

The days are getting warmer (Although the nights are still a little bit cool) which means summer is on the horizon. In Queensland, we can expect blazing temperatures and sweltering

How Communication With Your Dentist Affects Oral Health

5 Tips you have bad breath-minIn taking proper care of your teeth, gums, and mouth, regularly seeing your dentist is just as important as brushing twice and flossing every day. That is why dental care experts continue to stress that you should visit the dentist frequently, every six months to be specific.

However, there can be certain aspects that prevent you from getting the most out of your dental visits. One of these issues involve the effectiveness of communication between you and your dentist.

A team of researchers from the University of Florida found out that ineffective communication can still lead to poor dental and oral health despite visiting the dental clinic regularly.

Better Communication Is Needed To Uphold Oral Health

According to the findings of the study, the difference between the expertise of dentists and the limited knowledge of patients can create a communication barrier that keeps you from forming a great and effective dentist-patient relationship with your dental care partners.

Dental Care During Pregnancy