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Oral Health

Foods for Great Oral Health

We tend to feel vulnerable with our comforting foods when there is a celebration, loneliness, or sense of boredom. However, we seem to neglect the fact that the food we eat might significantly affect our oral health. Focusing on the… Continue Reading…

Oral Health

Fear of dentists

Did you know that your oral health will get jeopardised if you do not take care of it? Dental anxiety and fear of the dentist or going through dental treatment will worsen oral health. We at Rouse Hill Smiles Dental… Continue Reading…

Oral Health

Oral health

Did you know that oral problems can affect your body? Yes, dental problems can give rise to other issues in the rest of the body. Oral health also offers clues about the overall health of the entire body.    Through… Continue Reading…

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Energy drinks- an acid trip to your teeths

Humans, animals, and many fishes have tooth enamel which is made up of minerals. The visible part of teeth, the tooth enamel, is so hard in fact, that it is the hardest substance and contains most of the minerals of… Continue Reading…

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Is there a proper way to chew food?

Rouse Hill Dentist says “to avoid overburdening your stomach, chewing of food is very essential”. Chewing your food properly can help in smooth digestion and nutrient absorption. It also reduces the negative symptoms of your body such as gas, bloating,… Continue Reading…

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Things your mouth tell you about your health

Did you know that problems with your teeth or gums may hint at deeper health concerns in your body? If you think skipping your regular dental cleaning isn’t a huge deal, you’re wrong. There is a strong correlation between dental health and… Continue Reading…

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Ways to Take care of your Teeth.

The mouth is the window to your overall health. Teeth have copious uses, which include chewing and grinding food for digestion, speaking effortlessly, and helping in creating a good looking smile that you wear on your face. However, in your… Continue Reading…