10 things you need to consider before choosing a dentist
Julie, our receptionist has just had her teeth ZOOM! whitened, and these are her amazing results after just 1 session in the chair! Ask her about it the next time you come in!
Unleash your brightness! Dental Matters can now offer you the best in-office whitening solutions! Zoom! Teeth Whitening offers incredible results achieved in just 1 visit! You get the most advanced whitening technology with special LED Zoom! Whitespeed. The Zoom! light activated, in-chair, whitening system brings innovation and shows significantly greater colour changes compared to other whitening treatments. Follow the prompts below to get $50 cash-back on your Zoom! bleaching! #adelaide #dentist #teethwhitening
Bad breath? Yoghurt might fix that! A study found that eating plain yoghurt reduces the bacteria that cause bad breath. After eating sugar-free yoghurt for 6 weeks, levels of plaque and the gum disease gingivitis were also decreased. Add in some yoghurt to your day!
Latest Development!! Scientists have developed a toothpaste that reduces tooth sensitivity and fights early tooth decay! BioMin C is being launched this month in London. Read the article below for more details!
A toothpaste made up of tiny particles of glass has been developed to fight early tooth decay.
A study has confirmed that you can't blame tooth decay on genetics - diet and oral hygiene are more significant in determining the health of your teeth. Read the article below from the ABC for more information.
If you're a frequent visitor to the dentist's chair, you may think you inherited bad teeth from your parents, but a new study of Australian twins shows you can't blame your genes for tooth decay.
Here at Dental Matters, we pride ourselves on delivering gentle, dental care. Call us today to restore your smile and to get you smiling with confidence!
Did you know that giraffes don't have upper front teeth? Giraffes have 32 teeth just like us, but most of them are positioned in the back of their mouths. They use their lips and 20 foot long tongues to grab leaves and twigs and grind them up with their back teeth.
Have a look at this toothbrush - it brushes all of your teeth in 10 seconds! Could this become the brush that everyone will use?
Want to clean all of your teeth in just 10 seconds? A new toothbrush called the Amabrush will be able to do just that.
Dental Matters welcomes Julie to the team! Julie joins us with a wealth of experience in dental practice management, and she is happy to take your calls and assist you with your dental needs. Great to have you on board, Julie!
Today is the last day of #dentalhealthweek! Have you been maintaining your oral health? Follow the link to watch dentist Dr Lewis Ehrlich reveal the link between the health of your mouth and the health of your whole body.
“You can’t be healthy without a healthy mouth.”
This guy is hilarious! 😂
Why Floss?? My new parody courtesy of DJ Khaled and Rihanna - just a quick one to remind you all to FLOSS!! 😂
This week is Dental Health Week! The Australian Dental Association’s major annual oral health promotion campaign aims to educate Australians about the importance of maintaining good oral health in every aspect of their lives. Visit www.ada.org.au/Dental-Health-Week/Home to learn more! #dentalhealthweek
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Did you know, a snail's mouth is no larger than the head of a pin, but it can have over 25,000 teeth!
Do you suffer from bad breath? Bad breath, also known as halitosis, usually occurs when you forget to brush your teeth. Not only is it important to brush your teeth, however, but you must also brush your tongue. You can use your regular toothbrush or another instrument specific for tongues to clear away the food particles and odours that remain on the tongue. Other ways to address bad breath is to limit your alcohol intake and smoking levels and to improve your gut health by eating more fermented foods. Certain medications cause dry mouth, so see your doctor if you suspect that they could be the cause of your bad breath.
Do you wake up with headaches and face pain? If so, there's a strong chance that you are grinding or clenching your teeth. The habit - called 'bruxism' - is common amongst young women, young mothers, those with sleep conditions and those who exercise strenuously. However, it can affect anyone, especially those who are constantly working, studying, or living in stressful environments. Bruxism can lead to damaged teeth, and can cause aching face muscles and headaches. If you think that you could be grinding or clenching, make an appointment with Dental Matters today!
The team enjoyed a delicious lunch together at NNQ over the weekend, enjoying some great company over great food!
Did you know that there are some fruit juices that can actually do more damage to your teeth than soft drinks? Read the article below to find out how fruit juices can be harmful and how you can protect your teeth.