Supporting your sport, supporting your oral healthMedia release March 2018
The well- established and highly reputable local dental practice, Paul Beath Dental is delighted to be the new partner of Merewether United Football Club. The popular Merewether dental practice is looking forward to caring for the players, supporters and their families and helping them to achieve optimal oral health and wellness.
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When you’re looking for a new dentist, you’re hopefully searching for more than someone to just clean your teeth. Optimal oral health is crucial for overall health and wellbeing and your dentist plays an integral role in helping you to achieve this.
The good news is this: With proper precautions, you can enjoy a few Easter indulgences without damaging your teeth. So, go ahead! You can have your chocolate and eat it too this year, and still protect you and your family’s smile by using these 6 simple tips from the team at Paul Beath Dental.
Do you wake up with a dull, constant headache or sore jaw? If so, you may be clenching or grinding your teeth at night.
Grinding or bruxism is the involuntary clenching, grinding and gnashing of the teeth. About half of the population does this from time to time. Around five per cent of the population are regular, forceful tooth grinders. Often grinding happens during sleep, but some people even grind their teeth when they are awake.
Want to enhance your smile in 2018?
The team at Paul Beath Dental would like to wish you a Happy New Year and hope that you enjoyed the festivities over the holiday period.
Do you have a New Year’s resolution? What about investing in a new and improved smile?
We know that aesthetics and function go hand-in-hand. Beautiful teeth are at their best when they are healthy and strong. When we recommend a treatment, it will help to improve the appearance and health of the teeth.
Would you like to smile more confidently in 2018? Please visit our dentists and they can advise on the best ways to make over your smile and rejuvenate your oral health.
Being a parent can be a challenging path. Your life moves from looking after yourself, to taking care of the entire needs of another.
There are so many things to remember: school needs, bath time, doctors visits, growing bodies, vaccinations, make sure they are eating correctly, and that is just for starters.
Is it time for another visit to the dentist? When you arrive, you’ll be asked to fill out a medical history form. It may seem like only yesterday that you completed one, but on every visit, you will be asked to complete another one.
Doing physical activity and exercise helps your body in so many ways. It can help improve your overall health, increase your energy and even reduce the risk of serious health implications like type 2 diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular disease.
Not only does physical activity have immediate and long-term health benefits, but it also helps to improve your quality of life. But very little is known about dental fitness.
We’ve all seen the dental hacks (or myths) online and you have either tried them yourself or know someone who has. The problem is that those hacks probably won’t work or worse still, may actually do more damage to your teeth than good.
We’ve put together 5 of the more common myths and outlined alternatives that are available that will provide proven results, ‘without’ damaging your teeth:
Fluoride has been in and out of the media for many years with concerns of whether or not fluoride was safe to ingest. So for the average person, it can be difficult to know what it is and whether it is safe.