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Visiting your dentist and oral health therapist on a regular basis is one way to keep your oral health in tip top condition, but there are also things you can do at home to prevent any nasty problems taking their toll on your gums and teeth. Find out more about what preventative dentistry means and how you can keep your medical bills down by reading these posts.

Why Lifestyle Education is Good For You and The Planet

February 29th, 2020|Categories: Preventive Dentistry|Tags: |

At Coburg Hill Oral Care (CHOC), we are taking strides to offer a more responsible approach to dental care.  Our environment is continuing to suffer as a result of plastic waste and carbon emissions. In a recent guide, we [...]

Dentists and Oral Health Therapists: Preventive Care Through Teamwork

January 21st, 2019|Categories: Preventive Dentistry|Tags: |

When you visit the dentist, you’ll likely notice that there’s often more than one dental professional there to help you. What you may not realise, however, is that there are different dental professionals available to tackle various issues with [...]

Bruxism: What it is & How it Destroys Your Teeth

September 27th, 2018|Categories: Preventive Dentistry|Tags: |

Affecting 10% of adults & 15% of children, bruxism is a disorder that most people don’t even know that they have until someone else points it out and quite often that someone is the one who lies beside you [...]

Sugar vs. Teeth: The What’s What of a Sweet Epidemic

November 29th, 2017|Categories: Preventive Dentistry|Tags: |

We all know that eating sugary foods adversely affects our teeth and can cause decay. We even teach our children about sugary foods and drinks in order to help their teeth stay healthy. But did you know that it’s [...]

Why Do We Need to Have Regular Dental Visits?

November 27th, 2017|Categories: Preventive Dentistry|Tags: , |

Many people are guilty of only visiting a dental professional when they have a problem of some sort. Sometimes it’s a filling that fell out; sometimes it’s a lot more serious and a lot more costly. This can be [...]