Today is World Cavity Free Future day (WCFFDay)! Launched in 2016 by the Alliance for a Cavity-Free Future (ACFF), WCFFDay is an initiative to raise awareness of dental caries and to encourage action towards achieving a cavity-free future. Now in its fourth year, the WCFFDay continues to gain momentum, this year targeting ‘babies are sweet enough’ – as healthy teeth are essential to a child’s well-being.
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The Australian Dental Association’s (ADA) major oral health promotion, Dental Health Week, is upon us again. As ADA members and firm believers in ‘prevention is always better than cure,’ we are pleased to join in on the Dental Health Week celebrations. Dental Health week this year is running from the 5th to 11th of August and is targeting ‘How’s your Oral Health Tracking?’
We are proud to actively deliver oral health eduction to the wider community and would like to congratulate the daughter of one of our staff members for their participation in the 2018 Colgate Bright Smiles, Bright Futures Global Art Competition where they were lucky enough to win 1st place for Australia which resulted in a prize for both her and her school. The winning artwork can be seen below!
We are proud to be part of the joint initiative between the Adelaide Festival Centre Foundation and Dental Outreach, which is also being supported by organisations including The Smith Family and Foodbank SA. This program is a new initiative aimed to support children that are experiencing disadvantage and providing access to heavily subsidised transport and tickets to shows at the Adelaide Festival…
On this episode of ABC Radio Adelaide's regular segment, Dr Miller answers various questions from listeners related to oral health.
Most of us know of someone or have been in the situation where emergency dental treatment is required, sometimes out of business hours or on public holidays. At North Adelaide Dental Care, we are proud to be in the position to offer out of hours and emergency dental services on most public holidays. In a recent interview with ABC Radio Adelaide, Dr Miller discusses emergency dental services which can…
Australia’s Dentist's issue warning about ‘dental tourism’: Don’t gamble with your wallet or your dental health
A warning issued by Australia’s dentists about ‘Dental Tourism’: Don’t gamble with your wallet or your dental health. The Australian Dental Association have recently released a warning surrounding the risks involved with Dental Tourism and more broadly Medical Tourism. This has recently become a more accessible option to Australian’s to take advantage of while on overseas holidays and is mostly preferred…
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This year's theme was 'Oral Health for Busy Lives' with the goal of encouraging Australian's of all ages to consider taking care of their oral health as an intrinsically important part of their average day, something they can easily fold into their hectic schedule, no matter where they are. Dr Miller discusses this and other dental related issues during this interview with FiveAA.
Dr Miller discusses surging tooth decay, causing more kids requiring treatment under General Anaesthetic
Recent figures have shown that Child dental health is going backwards, as figures showing 630 children aged 0-3 had to be admitted to hospital in South Australia for dental treatment under general anaesthetic in the 2015-16 financial year. Over 2,500 children under the age of 8 were hospitalised for Dental Treatment, which is a 55% increase in a decade.