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Tooth decay Tooth decay occurs when a hole (cavity) forms in your tooth. It can affect people of all ages and even very young children. Having tooth decay can affect your health and lead to other conditions. However, tooth decay can be prevented or treated. What causes...

Australians are now consuming more sugar than ever before and the problem won’t be settling soon, especially with kids from all over the world who are trick or treating this Halloween. The World Health Organisation recommends a daily sugar consumption equal to five per cent of...

Sometimes it may seem easier to put off scheduling your regular dental appointment, however if you experience any of these symptoms, then it is time to check in with your dentist and make sure you avoid any potential lasting damage. 1: Stained Teeth Teeth occasionally get stained...

Fear is one of our most valuable instincts. It aids our self-preservation, reminds us to beware of certain situations and helps us with risk assessment however, unfortunately a fear of many Australians is regular, routine dental check-up. If you find yourself cringing at the thought of...