At the moment, the dental health of Australian children is under threat.
It’s that time of year again – you waste time sorting through dozens of potential Father’s Day gifts in search of that one gift that’ll blow Dad’s mind.
This year, the Australian Dental Association has declared August 5th to 11th as Australian Dental Health Week.
Common sense and science tell us that a bright, healthy smile is one of the best ways to make a lasting impression.
Almost everyone is aware of the adverse effects, including cancer, that tobacco can have on the lungs.
When you were young, Mother’s Day seemed was a much simpler affair, partly because your Mom knew you really couldn’t give her much of a gift.
Easter is an important date on the Christian calendar and a holiday opportunity for many of us.
You might be crunching a piece or hard candy, hard-crusted bread, or ice when you feel something strange and notice something hard in your mouth that doesn’t dissolve and can’t be chewed.
We can all agree, and science has proven, that a perfectly aligned smile is aesthetically advantageous.
When surveyed, many adults express unhappiness with their smiles.