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KIDS ACTIVITY

We’ve got some fun dental care kids activity worksheets available for you to download.   Suitable for ages 2-6 years old.   Click below to download our worksheet.  Worksheet Food    

BRUSH IT! Kids Activity

We love arts, crafts and toothbrushes in our household so today we made liquid chalk and changed it up a little by using old toothbrushes to paint!    The girls created their own special artwork inspired by #whereswally as he makes his way around Haberfield this week, thanks to @hungrygrasshopper    Our method: 1/4 cup…

Toothpaste! Which one is best for me?

Do we need ‘pearly white crystals’ – or is it all marketing spin? One of the most common questions we face as dentists is; “Which toothpaste is the best for me?” When you head to the oral care section at your local supermarket or pharmacy, you are bombarded with so much marketing slogans from “advanced…

Your Guide to Brushing
The Benefits of Brushing Your Teeth  Brushing Most people do not give much thought to the way you brush your teeth, beyond squeezing on some toothpaste and scrubbing from side to side. However, how you brush your teeth,  how frequently you brush, how many minutes you brush for, and the toothbrush you select combined make...
Covid-19 Update
We Are Open And Ready to Help at Haberfield Dental Practice What does Covid-19 change in our Practice As of the 10th May 2020 - Back to General Practice - Lvl 1.  COVID-19 has drastically impacted and changed the way many businesses within Australia and the world operate. Unfortunately, the dental industry is by no...
Your Guide to Flossing
The Benefits of Flossing Your Teeth What Are the Benefits Of Flossing Your Teeth? The regular use of dental floss removes food particles preventing the buildup of plaque, which may lead to calculus. By flossing your teeth, it can brighten them smile by improving the appearance of your gingiva and removing any food particles around your teeth. Thinking about...
Establishing Dental Routine
As we head into the #StayHome phenomenon, it is important to maintain our oral hygiene and overall health routines.  It generally takes 21 days to establish or break a habit, and now with the majority of the world staying home, it's the perfect time to get into a new rhythm.  Our day generally begins with...