Good oral health care is not just about brushing, flossing and visiting your dentist regularly. A healthy diet can also greatly contribute to healthier teeth and gums and assist with preventing more serious dental issues like tooth decay and gum disease. But not sure what’s healthy and what’s not? Here are our top 7 foods… Read more »
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Here are some frightening statistics for you. Did you know that three out of ten adults aged 25 to 44 have untreated tooth decay? And that one in four children aged five to ten have untreated tooth decay in their primary teeth? Not good.
Some of us don’t look forward to visiting the dentist, regardless of whether we are aware of the long-term benefits or not. So with all the unnecessary anxiety surrounding dentists and dental health, it’s not surprising that myths about oral health continue to circulate in our society. However, many of these are totally unfounded. But… Read more »
Many of us don’t realise just how much control we have over the alignment of our teeth, but the reality is that our dentin, bone and enamel are far less stable than we’d like to imagine. This is particularly true when it comes to children’s teeth because of the fact that they are consistently developing…. Read more »
We all know that it’s important to exercise important healthy oral hygiene and brush our teeth at least twice a day in order to prevent tooth decay, however choosing the right toothpaste can be a daunting exercise considering the sheer number and variety of toothpastes on offer.
Whether you’re the parent of a sports-playing child or a regular participant in competitive sports yourself, there’s no doubt that having an active lifestyle is a great thing. When it comes to playing sport, most of us understand the importance of safety and injury protection, which is why we wear helmets when cycling, shin guards… Read more »
You probably know that a dental cavity is a hole in one of your teeth. And you might also know that a cavity is the result of the process of tooth decay that happens over time. That’s why regular dental visits are a particularly important part of tooth decay prevention – if caught early, tooth decay can… Read more »
With statistics showing that over 58% of Australian children have tooth decay in their adult teeth by the time they reach the age of fourteen, it’s clear that it’s never too early to begin teaching good oral hygiene to children. Parents as consistent role models are key to setting daily routines and helping their children… Read more »
We would like to take this opportunity to wish our loyal patients and the families a healthy, prosperous and happy new Year. Australia Dental Clontarf will be closed on Monday 01st January 2018 and will re-open on Tuesday 02nd January at 8.30 am. 2018 is going to be an exciting year for Clontarf as we… Read more »
Australia Dental Clontarf would like to wish all our patients, their friends and families a very Merry Christmas and a safe, healthy New Year. We are very much looking forward to helping you maintain your healthy smiles in 2018 and beyond. There are very limited appointments available between now and the end of the year,… Read more »