Dental Health Week is a major annual oral health campaign, and this year, Dental Health Week will be on 3 – 9 August.
Many Australians undergo the inconvenience and discomfort of tooth sensitivity. Statistics released by the Australian research authority, indicate that one in every five main grocery buyers aged 14 years and older buy sensitive toothpaste during an average six-month period.
As Australians become more and more health-conscious, sparkling water drinks are also becoming more popular as low carb, low calorie, and low sugar alternatives to unhealthy drinks like sodas.
With the theme “Protecting youth from industry manipulation and preventing them from tobacco and nicotine use”, World No Tobacco Day 2020 is here.
Good news! On 8 May 2020, National Cabinet approved a move to Level 1 restrictions for dentistry.
With the COVID-19 outbreak, we are urging people to practise good hygiene.
Following a Federal Cabinet meeting on 21 April 2020, the Australian Dental Association (ADA) says that more patients can get dental treatments done following the restriction on dental practices being eased from Level 3 back to Level 2.
Like most things right now, Easter celebrations are not going to look the same this year.
Let’s Unite for Mouth Health on World Oral Health Day 2020!
Why are my teeth yellow? Can I restore the white colour of my teeth?
Happy Valentine’s Day from West Ryde Dental Clinic! Modern Valentine’s Day began in the early 19th century.
Our teeth and smiles can be marred by imperfections we were born with or that have popped up as we have led our lives.