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World Cavity-Free Future Day 2021: Putting oral health back on agenda
Children from wealthy backgrounds at greater risk of tooth wear
COVID-19 restrictions lead to poorer oral health and long-term problems
Western Australian health agencies urge banning of junk food ads
Trick is in treat say Australia’s dentists
Study shows traditional six-month dental check-ups not necessary for healthy adults
Study shows teachers play an essential role in influencing children’s health
World Cavity-Free Future Day says oral health is everyone’s responsibility
Dentist’s message: Alcohol harms mouth as much as rest of body
Food industry marketing sugary baby foods as healthy, misleading consumers
Smile Across Generations this World Cavity-Free Future Day
Wealthier New Zealanders are more likely to buy fluoride-free toothpaste, making a tooth decay ‘epidemic’ worse
Widening childhood obesity gap leaves communities behind
Challenges that come with being a horse dentist
“Be a Mouth Keeper”: Looking after your oral health during pandemic
Oral health program for Aboriginal children in rural NSW shows results
Get sugar savvy
South Australians urged to be mindful of sugar
Australia’s oral health getting worse … and COVID is not helping
Kiwi pre-schoolers losing teeth to painful, preventable tooth decay
Early detection is key with head and neck cancer
Science sweetens native honey health claims
Smile: Atomic imaging finds root of tooth decay
UNE CUP Scholars help distribute oral health supply kits for 44,000 Maine children in need
Oral health of millions in hands of government
Scholarship recipient determined to make a difference to dental health in rural areas
New study finds supermarkets make healthy eating challenging
Dental Health Week competition launches today
Register of emergency dentists released by ADA + Easter oral health message
Australia’s oral health is tracking in wrong direction
New Australian Fluoride Guidelines released
Smile Squad Hits Road In Bendigo
Dental body backs Senator’s motion for better publicly-funded dental care
Peak dental body backs Senator’s motion today calling for better publicly-funded dental care
Peak dental body backs Senator’s calls for better publicly-funded dental care
Study Reveals How Too Much Fluoride Causes Defects in Tooth Enamel
‘Choose Water’ message hits road
Expanding oral health service for Tasmanian children
Dentists deliver shocking surprise for sugar lovers
World Cavity-Free Future Day 2019: Choose water for better oral health
Understanding oral health literacy of your patients
Take note of your teeth – it’s Dental Health Week
City makes it easier to choose water
ADA announces collaboration with SugarByHalf
One in three children experience tooth decay