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Category: General Health

Back to Normal Operations (level 1)
Great News! From Monday, 28th September 2020, The Covid-19 dental practice restrictions for Melbourne metropolitan area have been eased by the Victorian government, and following on the recommendation by the [...]
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Level 2 Covid-19 Update
Good News! From the 28th of September we will move to LEVEL 2 restriction. This means we will be able to provide dental treatments that are unlikely to generate aerosols [...]
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Obstructive Sleep Aponea in Children
Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA) is a medical condition in which children have difficulty breathing when they are asleep, and may have short pauses in breathing. When children fall asleep, their [...]
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Manual vs Electric Tooth Brush
The effectiveness of electronic and manual toothbrush are very similar. To be honest, it depends on a personal preference and which one is more comfortable for you to use. So [...]
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Is Flossing Necessary
Flossing it’s to clean our gap between our teeth. Flossing is necessary. It’s mandatory to do it after, at least once a day. Sometimes maybe multiple times, if you had [...]
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Look after your teeth after deep cleaning
– Sensitivity is also part of the side effect. The good news is that it usually does not linger. – [Female Hygienist] There’s a teeth right there. – Things you [...]
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Victorian Dental Restrictions Update (7th Aug)
The Australian Health Protection Principal Committee has advised all dental practices in Australia to implement level 3 restrictions due to the escalating Coronavirus pandemic As a result, Hearts Dental will [...]
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Proper Technique for Cleaning Your Teeth
And we need to brush in circles, instead of horizontal or vertical. Toothbrushing, what I usually tell my patient is our plaque or bacterias are usually found around the gum [...]
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Gum Disease and Heart Health
  Is There a Link between gum disease and heart health? Heart disease is a serious problem especially for the ageing population. It is also observed that older people generally [...]
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When to change the Brush
Every three months is the recommended timeframe to change our toothbrush. I would recommend we change our toothbrush at least every three months. On some toothbrush nowadays, they have indicators, [...]
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