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Latest News – General Oral Health – 2024
Australian Dental Association – February 26, 2024 – Advocacy
During a regular check-up, Dr Bob includes assessing the mouth for any risks or lesions that might lead to cancer, and will then discuss the risk factors such as smoking and alcohol with his patients. Research and Victoria has shown that there has been a rise in tongue cancer.
Latest News – General Oral Health – 2023
‘Thousands of Aussies left in lurch after SmileDirectClub shutters global operations effective immediately’
I refer my patients to qualified orthodontists for face-to-face consultations and treatment . These Orthodontists are also members of this Australian society of Orthodontists – (ASO) . I would advise caution about any other methods. .
‘The Australians left with rotting teeth and unable to smile in ‘completely unaffordable’ dental system’
Janelle Miles, Emma Pollard, ABC – September 17, 2023
Dangers of Vaping
Bite Magazine, March 21, 2023.
Thinking about taking up private health insurance — or giving it up? Here are some things to consider.
The Drum, By Karen Tong
Carla Mascarenhas – New.com.au 12th Apr 2023
‘As wait times and the financial pressures of COVID-19 increase, more people across Australia are delaying seeing the dentist.’
Adelaide Miller – ABC News 19th Jan 2023
Kenji Sato – ABC Western Plains 17th Jan 2023
Olivia Mason – ABC Sunshine Coast 15th Jan 2023
Mattea Bubalo – BBC NEWS UK 21st Jan 2023
Maani Truu – ABC News 8th Aug 2022
Latest News – Dental & Oral Health & Covid-19
Covid-19 Updates to help ensure your are informed about current health and safety procedures and policies. Mask rules still apply when visiting the dentist.
If you have any general health concerns see your doctor first.
With the return to Covid-19 normal practice, we can do regular check-ups and other treatments such as bleaching or others that you may have deferred.
With all of our day-to-day distractions and other world topics in the headlines, it can be easy to forget to protect ourselves against Covid-19. It is important to remain vigilant and stay informed to reduce the risks of infection from the virus.