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Category Archives: Oral Health Northmead

Sparkling Water and Your Sparkling Smile

Sparkling Water and Your Sparkling Smile

Sparkling Water and Your Sparkling Smile | Dentist Northmead In the past few years, the percentage of Australians drinking drinks such as colas and juices has dropped by more than 10 per cent. This drop in consumption of highly-sugared drinks may be the result of consumers enjoying a broader range of drinks.

And this seems to make sense, as Australians have become increasingly aware of health risks and have consequently reduced consumption of unhealthy food, including beverages overflowing with sugar and chemicals.
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4 Useful Dental Tips for Pregnant Women

4 Dental Strategies for Pregnant Women Infographic | Dentist Northmead

Pregnancy is an exciting and busy time in a woman’s life, but pregnant women should be certain to take care of their dental health for themselves and their babies.

The good news is that most routine treatment is safe during pregnancy, though during the first 3 months some procedures and medications should be avoided.

The most important thing is to be sure that your Smiles First Dental dentist knows you are pregnant and how far along you are.
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Category Archives: Oral Health Northmead

Sparkling Water and Your Sparkling Smile

Sparkling Water and Your Sparkling Smile

Sparkling Water and Your Sparkling Smile | Dentist Northmead In the past few years, the percentage of Australians drinking drinks such as colas and juices has dropped by more than 10 per cent. This drop in consumption of highly-sugared drinks may be the result of consumers enjoying a broader range of drinks.

And this seems to make sense, as Australians have become increasingly aware of health risks and have consequently reduced consumption of unhealthy food, including beverages overflowing with sugar and chemicals.
Continue Reading

4 Useful Dental Tips for Pregnant Women

4 Dental Strategies for Pregnant Women Infographic | Dentist Northmead

Pregnancy is an exciting and busy time in a woman’s life, but pregnant women should be certain to take care of their dental health for themselves and their babies.

The good news is that most routine treatment is safe during pregnancy, though during the first 3 months some procedures and medications should be avoided.

The most important thing is to be sure that your Smiles First Dental dentist knows you are pregnant and how far along you are.
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