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Sep 01

Oral health can be an ambiguous area full of myths and misinformation, leading to many people adopting bad habits that cause more harm than good. Understanding what is and isn’t good and what does and doesn’t work is essential to maintaining good oral health. We’ve compiled a number of useful oral health facts which will […]

Aug 25

Medical research is an incredible scientific field where new and better ways to save lives and extend life expectancies are always being discovered. One such discovery, uncovered recently, has revealed that baby teeth are far more valuable than previously thought. While it’s common for parents to keep baby teeth for a while after they’ve fallen […]

Aug 19

Anaemia is a blood disorder characterised by a low red blood cell count and a lack of haemoglobin in the red blood cells. An iron-rich protein that gives blood its red colour, haemoglobin helps red blood cells carry oxygen throughout the body. With anaemia, your body may fail to get an adequate supply of oxygen-rich […]

Aug 17

Sinusitis is a common affliction where the sinus tissues in the skull become inflamed and swollen. This is typically caused by infections and allergies such as hay fever and the common cold. Symptoms can include congestion, watery eyes, headache, fatigue, coughing, fever, and even toothaches. A sinus toothache affects the upper back teeth, with severity […]

Aug 15

General myths are usually harmless, but they can become harmful when they involve health issues. Oral health myths in particular can encourage poor dental hygiene, potentially leading to problems that may only be discernible years down the road. At East Bentleigh Dental Group, we want to make sure people recognise common oral health myths so […]