Are you caring for your teeth as you should?

Posted on: 4 December 2020

Are you looking after your teeth carefully? Most people always intend to care for their teeth, so perhaps you started out with good intentions and remembered to brush them and to floss regularly, but if you are like a lot of people, it didn't take too long for this regime to start to slip. Perhaps, the busyness of life or the struggle of balancing a family and a full-time job started to intrude on those initial good intentions and you found yourself becoming satisfied with a more rudimentary attempt at oral hygiene?
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The Three Main Impacts Bad Sleep Has On Your Teeth

Posted on: 26 October 2020

It is estimated that 40% of Australians do not get enough sleep each night. Poor sleep impacts on a person's health in several ways and one of these areas is oral hygiene. As someone who suffers from bad sleep habits and wonders what the link is between sleep and teeth, consider these three ways your dental health is affected by sleep deprivation. Food Choices It is hard enough to stay focused on the goal of eating healthy during the day without adding tiredness to the equation.
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Dental Hygiene and Your Dentist's Role

Posted on: 18 August 2020

Your dental hygiene is an important aspect of your day to day life. You use your mouth to eat, drink, speak and smile. These are essential activities, some of which you might not be able to live without. Maintaining dental hygiene requires you to: Clean your teeth regularly Visit a dentist regularly and when you have a dental problem Cleaning Your Teeth This involves brushing your teeth at least twice a day: in the morning and at night before sleeping.
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All You Need to Know About Your Eye Teeth

Posted on: 22 April 2020

Your eyeteeth, which dentists also call "canines", are unique in several ways when compared to your other teeth. For one, unlike your other tooth types, which come in sets of 4 in each jaw, 4 molars, 4 premolars and 4 incisors (not including your wisdom teeth), there are only 2 eyeteeth in each jaw. But this isn't the only fact that makes your eyeteeth unique. Several characteristics make your eyeteeth different from the other teeth in your mouth.
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