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Be #MouthProud: World Oral Health Day 2021 Tips from Smiles First Dental

Be #MouthProud: World Oral Health Day 2021 Tips from Smiles First Dental

On 20 March every year, we ask the world to unite to help reduce the burden of oral diseases, which affect everyone, everywhere.

Its purpose: to empower people with the knowledge, tools and confidence to achieve good oral health.

7 Key Oral Health Messages for World Oral Health Day

Everyone can help address oral diseases by sharing these 7 key messages about good oral health at every stage of life.

#1. Look After Oral Health for Overall Health

Just like any other major diseases, prevention, early diagnosis and treatment of oral diseases is important to prevent any negative effects on the rest of your body.

#2. Protect your Mouth while you’re on-the-go

Chewing sugar-free gum is proven beneficial to dental health as it helps neutralise plaque acids.

#3. Learn Good Oral Health Habits for Children

It is important to care for your teeth and mouth because germs can cause toothache, tooth decay and holes in your teeth.

#4. Take Charge of Your Oral Health

Tooth decay is the most common dental health problem globally, caused by an unhealthy diet high in sugar and exposure to other health risk factors.

#5. Maintain a Balanced, Low-Sugar Diet

Consuming excessive amounts of sugar from drinks, snacks, and processed foods not only causes tooth decay but also contributes to obesity and increases the risk of diabetes.

#6. Practice a Good Hygiene Routine

Oral diseases, such as tooth decay and gum disease, can impact every aspect of life, from relationships and self-confidence through to school, work and the ability to interact with others.

Oral diseases are preventable, though, so it’s important to practice a good oral hygiene routine every day.

#7. Visit your Northmead Dentist Regularly

Oral diseases affect nearly 3.5 billion people and are often linked to other serious health issues which can often lead to pain, discomfort, social isolation, loss of self-confidence, and lost hours at work or school, too.

Book an appointment with your Northmead dentist for a regular check-up.

Celebrating World Oral Health Day 2021

If you don’t already have an annual check-up scheduled at Smiles First Dental, now is the perfect time to book an appointment.

Consult with your Northmead dentist today!

GAP FREE CHECK UP AND CLEAN
We offer all patients gap-free check-ups, cleans and all preventative treatments if you are in a private health fund ($180 for patients not in a private health fund).

Call us on (02) 9630 9996 or book your appointment online.

We are located at 19/5-7 Kleins Rd in Northmead.

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Be #MouthProud: World Oral Health Day 2021 Tips from Smiles First Dental

Be #MouthProud: World Oral Health Day 2021 Tips from Smiles First Dental

On 20 March every year, we ask the world to unite to help reduce the burden of oral diseases, which affect everyone, everywhere.

Its purpose: to empower people with the knowledge, tools and confidence to achieve good oral health.

7 Key Oral Health Messages for World Oral Health Day

Everyone can help address oral diseases by sharing these 7 key messages about good oral health at every stage of life.

#1. Look After Oral Health for Overall Health

Just like any other major diseases, prevention, early diagnosis and treatment of oral diseases is important to prevent any negative effects on the rest of your body.

#2. Protect your Mouth while you’re on-the-go

Chewing sugar-free gum is proven beneficial to dental health as it helps neutralise plaque acids.

#3. Learn Good Oral Health Habits for Children

It is important to care for your teeth and mouth because germs can cause toothache, tooth decay and holes in your teeth.

#4. Take Charge of Your Oral Health

Tooth decay is the most common dental health problem globally, caused by an unhealthy diet high in sugar and exposure to other health risk factors.

#5. Maintain a Balanced, Low-Sugar Diet

Consuming excessive amounts of sugar from drinks, snacks, and processed foods not only causes tooth decay but also contributes to obesity and increases the risk of diabetes.

#6. Practice a Good Hygiene Routine

Oral diseases, such as tooth decay and gum disease, can impact every aspect of life, from relationships and self-confidence through to school, work and the ability to interact with others.

Oral diseases are preventable, though, so it’s important to practice a good oral hygiene routine every day.

#7. Visit your Northmead Dentist Regularly

Oral diseases affect nearly 3.5 billion people and are often linked to other serious health issues which can often lead to pain, discomfort, social isolation, loss of self-confidence, and lost hours at work or school, too.

Book an appointment with your Northmead dentist for a regular check-up.

Celebrating World Oral Health Day 2021

If you don’t already have an annual check-up scheduled at Smiles First Dental, now is the perfect time to book an appointment.

Consult with your Northmead dentist today!

GAP FREE CHECK UP AND CLEAN
We offer all patients gap-free check-ups, cleans and all preventative treatments if you are in a private health fund ($180 for patients not in a private health fund).

Call us on (02) 9630 9996 or book your appointment online.

We are located at 19/5-7 Kleins Rd in Northmead.

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