26/Apr/2018

The nightly swig of wine is commonplace among Australians, and elsewhere in the world. It goes well with a variety of dishes, and serves as a solid way of winding down your day. As well, red wine comes with a variety of health benefits – it keeps our brains young and can improve our cardiovascular health, due to the antioxidants concealed in its deep red textures.


26/Apr/2018

Taking care of your teeth requires good habits and consistency. We are tasked, from an early age, with the necessity of brushing and flossing. We know that sugar and acids can hurt our teeth, and take steps to avoid overconsumption. But some things can do damage to our beloved set of pearly whites, and tend to fly under most people’s radar.


26/Apr/2018

As we understand more and more about the human body, and its interactions with the natural world and our diets, we are constantly discovering how better to take care of it. For example, almost all Australians realise the danger inherent in the sun – we are taught from a young age to ensure that we cover up, apply sunscreen, and mind our exposure. But recently, sunlight has become less of a villain for us, and specifically, vital for our dental health.


26/Apr/2018

The dental literature is thick with discussions over the worst foods with which to subject your teeth. We make a habit of constantly reminding our children to avoid those rich in sugars, carbohydrates, and starch. But for every malady, there is a cure, and a number of foods can actually serve to improve our oral health. As Newcastle’s dental hygiene experts, here are some of your friends in oral health.


26/Apr/2018

The link between sugar and poor health has been well-established. The residue that it leaves on our teeth becomes acidic as it reacts with our saliva, and this attacks the tough enamel on our teeth, breaching them and creating cavities. With the increased use of sugar as an additive in many foods, our teeth are under more of an onslaught than perhaps any other time in history, a trend noted by many involved in the practice of dentistry in Newcastle, and around the state.


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