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Monthly Archive for: ‘August, 2016’

  • Goodbye Winter?

    It’s a grey last day of August but we can hope that the coldest days are behind us. Looking out to the garden in front of the office we see more blossom each day. Are you thinking about Spring and the busy calendar of events …

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  • Victor Tiong in the House!

    On Friday we welcomed Doctor Victor Tiong to the practice whilst Patrick is out of the office. Victor studied at the University of Sydney just like the boss.  He has been enjoying meeting and treating some of our patients. Thanks for visiting Victor. Hope you …

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  • To 10 Stress Busters

    Being stressed impacts on your health and wellbeing. It also impacts on your dental health increasing your risk of dental decay, gum disease, mouth ulcers, clenching and grinding, facial pain, cold sores and poor oral hygiene. My holistic approach is to address the underlying cause …

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  • Girls Smash Husky Half Marathon

    Congratulation Renee, Mary and Magdalena on your awesome results from Sunday’s Huskisson Half Marathon. Mags smashed it in two hours and ten minutes. Mary blitzed two hours and twenty minutes. Renee did the five kilometre run which was an amazing recovery from her winter illness. …

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  • Renee’s Oral Health Talk

    It’s that time of year again!! To celebrate Oral Health Week our intrepid girl about town made a trip to Bambinos Bowral Street Day Care centre to educate the littlies about how to look after their tiny teeth. Renee has a special student: Charlie who …

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  • To floss or not to floss?

    To floss or not to floss? There has been some discussion in the media about whether flossing is beneficial for oral and general health. Click on the link below for more information. In short: Keep flossing if you want to make Magdalena happy!! https://theconversation.com/the-flossing-flap-mind-your-dentist-and-floss-every-night-63496  

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  • Dentists go to the Olympics too.

    Dental Care Available At Olympic Village Polyclinic. CNN (8/5, Gupta, Kounang, Lamotte) reported on the facilities available to handle medical emergencies in Rio de Janeiro during the Olympic Games. Dr. Antonio Marttos, a trauma surgeon from the University of Miami, is overseeing “all trauma and …

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  • Inflammation the Link Between Gum Disease and Heart Disease

    Could treating dental disease and reducing inflammation be the key to good health and a long life? Each day more and more studies come out showing that many of our health conditions such as heart disease, strokes, diabetes and cancers are caused by a process …

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  • What are Dental Hygienists?

    Dental hygienists are University trained dental health professionals that play an important part in dental health care. They specialise in the prevention and treatment of gum disease and work alongside your dentist to help diagnose any dental issues that need addressing as well as providing …

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