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The dental do’s and don’ts for a healthier smile

Think of how frequently you use your teeth and you’ll realise why good dental health is vitally important, and it safeguards your smile! The idea of good dental health is to remove the build-up of plaque on your teeth regularly because it contains bacteria that can infect your teeth and gums. We’ve listed some do’s […] Read more

Oct, 02, 2020

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Achieving a straighter smile has never been easier

A straighter smile looks more attractive, can potentially be healthier, and it has never been easier to achieve. Beerwah Dental can provide adults and children with access to a range of the very latest braces utilising the most advanced technologies. Explore our options Possible choices include conventional fixed braces, which are proven to be highly […] Read more

Oct, 02, 2020

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Why is it better to eat your Halloween treats all at once

Are you one of those people, who typically hoards their Halloween treats for months on end? Here is some surprising news, as it can be better for your dental health to eat all your sweets at once! Unfortunately, this doesn’t mean eating lots of sweets is good for you, but it is better for your […] Read more

Oct, 02, 2020

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What is the life expectancy of a filling?

All too frequently, people assume that once a tooth is filled, it’s good for life. While dental fillings can last for several years, they do need replacing periodically. Usually, the average lifespan of a filling depends on the material chosen by your dentist. Other factors that can influence its longevity include your daily oral hygiene […] Read more

Sep, 02, 2020

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How allergies can affect your dental health?

Spring heralds the start of the allergy season and can bring sniffles, sneezing and itchy, watery eyes. However, did you realise that allergies can affect your dental health? Dry Mouth A stuffy nose can force you to breathe through your mouth, causing your mouth to become drier. Antihistamines are a great way to control the […] Read more

Sep, 02, 2020

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Springtime smile makeover – it’s time to rejuvenate your smile

Spring is the time of year for renewed inspirations, so why not start with rejuvenating your smile with a smile makeover. What Is a Smile Makeover? A smile makeover is designed to improve the appearance of your teeth by using one or more cosmetic dental procedures. Frequently, dentists will use more than one treatment to […] Read more

Sep, 02, 2020

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Busy lifestyle? Making time for oral health

Juggling a busy career and hectic home life can often leave little time for your oral health, which is why we’d like to highlight its importance as this month marks the Australian Dental Association’s – Dental Health Week 3rd – 9th August. Regular patients will already know we feel passionately about patient education here at Beerwah Dental. […] Read more

Aug, 04, 2020

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Can dental hygiene affect fertility?

Inadequate dental hygiene can affect fertility in both sexes. Gum disease and tooth decay have been linked with poor sperm health and sperm quality in men, while in women poor dental health may increase the time needed to conceive. Most of the research into the connection between dental health and fertility focuses on periodontal disease […] Read more

Aug, 04, 2020

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Which are the best vitamins and minerals for healthy teeth?

You already know you need a nutritious diet for a healthy body, but there are four vitamins and minerals that are essential for good dental health. These will help to strengthen your tooth enamel, your gums and jawbone naturally. Calcium Calcium is one of the most important minerals for good dental health because it strengthens […] Read more

Aug, 04, 2020

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Age well with a healthy mouth

As you age, it’s even more crucial to look after your dental health. Poor oral health can negatively affect your quality of life and even overall health. Common problems experienced later in life include tooth loss and tooth decay, gum disease (periodontal disease), and dry mouth (xerostomia). How ageing can affect your dental and general […] Read more

Jul, 03, 2020

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