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Teeth-Friendly Snacks for Your Child’s Lunch

A nutritious meal at lunchtime isn’t just important to give your child an energy boost to finish out their school day – it can make a big difference in their overall and oral health.
If you’re concerned about expenses, packing a healthy lunch doesn’t have to be costly. Here are a few ideas to help […]

By |August 11th, 2020|Children's Dentistry, Oral Health|Comments Off on Teeth-Friendly Snacks for Your Child’s Lunch

Decay alert in our schoolchildren’s teeth

NEARLY half of all primary school kids have decayed baby teeth a shocking new study that peered into the mouths of 24,000 children has found.

And the culprit in the dental crime is sugar, with more than seven in ten kids of primary school age exceeding guidelines to limit sugar intake below 12 teaspoons a […]

By |June 2nd, 2016|Children's Dentistry|Comments Off on Decay alert in our schoolchildren’s teeth

Oral Hygiene for Babies and Toddlers

Babies and toddlers are at just as much risk of dental decay as an older child or adult, so caring for your baby’s teeth needs to begin at birth. By establishing good oral hygiene habits early, your child will be well equipped to have healthy teeth for life.

Even before your baby’s teeth appear, you […]

By |February 4th, 2016|Children's Dentistry|Comments Off on Oral Hygiene for Babies and Toddlers

Child Dental Benefits Schedule

Last year The Government introduced a new scheme titled Child Dental Benefits Schedule. This replaced the previous Medicare Teen Dental Plan. If your child/children are eligible to access this new scheme, you should have received a letter from Medicare advising this. The criteria to be eligible for this new scheme is for families who […]

By |January 19th, 2015|Children's Dentistry|Comments Off on Child Dental Benefits Schedule