Sensitive Teeth? Three Ways to Treat the Dreaded Pain

Balance by Deborah Hutton

If you suffer from sensitive teeth knowing how to relieve the pain can be invaluable. We take a look at what’s causing the pain and some tips to help.   Signs and Symptoms If hot, cold, sweet or very acidic...

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Filling the Science Cavity in Oral Health Education: What can Schools Realistically Achieve?

EducationHQ

Teeth? Not something that springs to mind when we consider quality education and teachers’ work. Yet oral health care affords an intriguing insight into the challenges facing schools and teachers as they navigate the competing demands of student health and...

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OHAP Media Alert – Oral Health Census

OHAP Media Alert – Oral Health Census

Media Release 8 August, 2016 This oral health month marks the release of the latest research from the Oral Health Advisory Panel (OHAP), titled The Oral Health Census1. With almost 80 per cent of children under four having never been...

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Why Gum Health Matters

be.Magazine

Healthy gums are important for supporting your teeth. But they can also affect many other areas of your health, Dr Robert Watson explains.   When we think of oral health, our focus tends to be on teeth. However, gum health...

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Men’s Health Magazine

Men's Health

Gummy Mouth Prevent it: Make friends with floss: plaque build-up leads to inflammation and infection, the preconditions for gum recession, says Dr Rob Watson, dentist and founding member of the Oral Health Advisory Panel. Using your mouth like a mortar...

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Oral Health and Self-Esteem

Balance by Deborah Hutton

When asked about the most prevalent chronic diseases in the world, very few people identify tooth decay. Yet tooth decay is one of the most prevalent[i] communicable, infectious diseases in the world; it affects nearly half of Australian 6-year old...

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