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Archive of Dental health posts

Unfinished root canal treatments linked with pneumonia

Unfinished root canal treatments linked with pneumonia

Researchers have found that patients with unfinished root canal treatments have a significantly higher risk of being hospitalised with pneumonia. read more ...
May 16, 2017

How can we stabilise loose dentures?

How can we stabilise loose dentures?

Adapting to wearing full dentures can be a challenge. We meet many people who struggle particularly with a lower denture that is loose and moves when they talk or eat. Denture Stabilisation provides one of the most cost effective and simple solutions to a lower denture that moves when it shouldn’t read more ...
April 16, 2017

Meth-a-morphosis

Meth-a-morphosis

Ever heard of “meth mouth?” It isn’t pretty. Meth mouth is severe tooth decay and loss of teeth, as well as tooth fracture, acid erosion, and other oral problems potentially symptomatic of extended use of the drug methamphetamine. Also referred to as “ice,” “meth,” “speed,” “crank,” “quartz” and “crystal,” this illegal and highly addictive drug can be swallowed, injected, snorted or smoked. In less than a year, meth users can go from having a healthy mouth to rampant decay and tooth loss. read more ...
April 9, 2017

Sleep apnoea accelerates memory loss

Sleep apnoea accelerates memory loss

Sleep apnoea is a common disorder that causes breathing pauses lasting from a few seconds to minutes. They may occur 30 times or more an hour. read more ...
April 4, 2017

No mouthguard, no play - Sports policy now available

No mouthguard, no play - Sports policy now available

The Australian Dental Association and Sports Medicine Australia have approved the use of a Mouthguard Policy that all sports clubs can sign. read more ...
January 11, 2017