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January 14, 2020

A fantastic time to do an examination is when the patient isn’t even in the chair….

As clinicians, we are used to having bodies in our dental chairs - heads back, mouths open and teeth being counted, tissues being examined. But one of the best things we can do for our patients is take more note…
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January 6, 2020

Our latest course training dental professionals in examining 0-4 years

The Australian Dental Association recommends that babies have their first dental assessment when their first tooth is visible or by 12 months. Would YOU know what to do? First tooth, lumpy gums, tongues with ties, oral reflex development.....would YOU know…
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January 5, 2020

WHAT ON EARTH ARE ADENOIDS AND WHAT SHOULD I KNOW ABOUT THEM?

WHAT ARE THEY? The adenoids are lymphatic tissue glands located in the roof of the mouth, behind the soft palate where the nose connects to the throat. Their job is to produce antibodies, or white blood cells, that help fight…
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September 25, 2019

Until what age is thumb sucking normal?

All parents want their children to grow up health with beautiful smiles.....that's why one of the most disconcerting habits children develop is thumb sucking. If your preschooler, aged five, is still sucking their thumb, you might be a bit worried.…
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September 15, 2019

A quick guide to thumb and finger sucking and how to stop it…….

15Thumb-sucking is common among babies and toddlers. It’s a natural reflex that is required for nutrition whether the child is breast or bottle feeding. It is also an instinctual response to calm and soothe a child in times of stress.…
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June 2, 2019

HOW DO I BOTTLE FEED MY BABY FOR GOOD ORAL DEVELOPMENT?

Many Mums can't or choose not to breastfeed, so what is the best way to bottle feed your baby for good oral development. Here are a couple of quick tips to keep in mind when bottle feeding your baby: -…
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May 28, 2019

DID YOU KNOW THAT BREASTFEEDING IS GREAT FOR GROWING HEALTHY LITTLE FACES?

We all know about the many benefits of breast milk. It strengthens baby’s immune system, it provides optimal nutrition........ But did you know that breastfeeding your child also has a positive impact on your their growing face, jaws and teeth?…
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May 17, 2019

IF YOU THINK THUMB SUCKING IS NOT A BIG DEAL, YOU’RE WRONG.

I had a father tell me only last week that he couldn't do it anymore....if he yelled at his son one more time about his sucking habit, it would fracture their relationship.....and he didn't want that. No way. It sounds…
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