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Are Natural Oral Products Good For You?

“The global market for oral hygiene products such as toothbrushes, toothpastes, and mouth rinses will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 3.29% from 2018 to 2022, according to Research

New Year Dental Resolutions for 2024

Hey there, pearly whites’ warriors! It's that time again - reflection, resolutions, and all that jazz. But you don't need a brand-new calendar to shine those chompers. Still, if you're

8 Ways to Keep Your Smile Sparkling This Christmas

Ho ho ho. It’s that time of the year with Santa, candy, and goodies for the kids, while the adults indulge in eating and drinking constantly. Food and drinks fill

Foods you need to eat differently

Everyone knows the popular saying, “You are what you eat”. It is well known that what you eat and drink affects your health including your dental health. However, eating healthy

How Drug Use Affects Dental Health

It is well known that heavy drug and substance use can wreak havoc on a person’s health, including damage to the lungs, heart, brain, and stomach. However, many people are

Dental Care in Children

Children's teeth are more susceptible to decay than adults' teeth and are more likely to experience dental injuries. In Australia, tooth decay in children is on the rise. Children aged

Gum Disease and Heart Disease – The Common Thread

Plaque on your teeth may be connected to plaque in your arteries. You might think your mouth and heart are two separate parts of your body, but there is growing

Why are my teeth sensitive?

Tooth sensitivity is a common problem that affects people of all ages. It is characterised by a sharp, shooting pain that occurs when the teeth are exposed to hot, cold,

Why is oral hygiene important for the elderly

Oral health directly affects overall health and quality of life. It is important for everyone, especially for seniors and the elderly. As we age, our bodies naturally change, and our

Dental anxiety and how to deal with it

What is dental anxiety? Dental anxiety is a type of anxiety that is specifically related to dental procedures. It can range from mild nervousness to severe panic attacks. People with