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    About Dental Health Week

    Dental Health Week, which takes place in the first full week of August, is the Australian Dental Association’s major annual oral health promotion event. Its aim is to educate Australians about the importance of maintaining good oral health in every aspect of their lives. It …

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  • They did it!

    We had our doubts but they did it! Congratulations Mary and Olivia for making it through Dry July. The lights may have dimmed in the pubs and bars of the Southern highlands last month but it’s business as usual again. They estimate that they will …

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    Oat and Berry-Stuffed Baked Peaches

    Warm your soul on a cold Winter’s night with this healthy option for a dessert or snack – Yum! Oat and Berry-Stuffed Baked Peaches Prep time: 15 minutes Cook time: 20 minutes Serves: 2 1/2 cup (45g) rolled oats 1/3 (45g) cup dried cranberries 2 …

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  • New Sensor

    Who do we have here? It’s our favourite patient Dr Patrick Meaney doing a test run of our latest piece of equipment that was recently installed. So cooperative! We are very excited that Patrick has invested in the Schick 33 Sensor which is a wireless …

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  • Dry July

    Why the empty wine glass ladies? It’s Dry July for these two lovely dental assistants! Mary and Olivia have bravely opted to go without a tipple for the month to raise funds for people affected by cancer. Great work girls: we will check in to …

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    Wisdom Teeth

    What are wisdom teeth? Wisdom teeth are the third and last molars on either side of the upper and lower jaw. They are also the last teeth to come through and usually appear during the late teens to early twenties. How do I know if …

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    What to eat after root canal therapy?

    Root canal therapy is sometimes indicated to save a badly decayed and infected tooth. Your dentist or dental specialist will remove the infected pulp (nerve), clean the inside of the tooth and seal it up. Like all dental or medical procedures, there are several steps …

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  • Infection Control Course

    Last weekend Patrick and some of the girls attended an Infection Control course in Sydney facilitated by Professor Laurie Walsh who is considered the official guru on this subject in Australia. His insightful lectures ensure that everyone attending has a thorough understanding of the principals …

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    I’m Pregant

      This joyous news is exciting for everyone. We recently had two births with Renee and Magdalena proud new mums. When I visited Mags in hospital I happened to see the NSW Health Blue Book, with advice and information for new mums about the growth …

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    Dental & Travelling

    A very common scenario in our office is a request to have a “quick look”. “I’m leaving on a trip the day after tomorrow and I want to be sure everything’s OK-don’t want any surprises when I’m away”. No-one wants a dental problem to flare …

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