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You can now earn American Express Membership Reward Points at Royal Park Dental

#WelcomesAmex
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Launched of New Royal Park Dental Website

We're excited and thrilled to have launched our new website!

http://www.royalparkdental.com.au/

Some New Features & Resources
- Online booking form
- Dental Emergencies, Dental Implant, One Visit CEREC Crown
- The "Tooth" (True) Stories of Our Patients
- I Hate Going to See a Dentist
- MiFund and Dental No Interest Loans Scheme

We appreciate you taking some time to explore our website. If you find something useful, feel free to share it. If you have any questions, feel free to get touch with us on 8347 1199, or email us at reception@royalparkdental.com.au
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Sugar is sugar - doesn't matter whether it's 'natural' or labelled as rice malt syrup, honey, dextrose, sucrose, malt or maple syrup.
And 'no added sugar' does not mean sugar-free.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/2016/07/06/how-to-understand-those-tricky-sugar-labels/
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It has been a great joy giving dental health talk and check up for the children at Sturt Street Children's Centre. :)
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Did you know that many sour lollies are extremely acidic and can do damage to your teeth and gums?

A great story from CHOICE highlighting these dangers, and showing that the pH of many sour lollies is pH 2-3, well below the level where teeth start to dissolve (pH 5.5).

https://www.choice.com.au/babies-and-kids/feeding-children/foods-to-avoid/articles/sour-lollies-acid-test
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Thank you for the 5 stars review from our patients. It means a lot to us!
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Who is the boss of your house?

Floss removes food trapped between the teeth and removes the film of bacteria that forms there before it turns to plaque, which can cause inflamed gums (gingivitis), cavities, and tooth loss.

Try flossing just one tooth to get started.
Happy flossing!
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Being bombarded with ads for Vita Gummies?

These things have 3g sugar per serving, and being sticky and retentive, that sugar will increase the risk of tooth decay. Best way to get your kids to have their daily requirements of vitamins and minerals - lots of fruit & vegetables.
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Do you know that sugar in your soft drinks can wreck your teeth in 30 seconds?
For the first time, Dental researchers at the University of Adelaide have been able to demonstrate that lifelong damage is caused by acidity to the teeth within the first 30 seconds of acid attack.

Soft drinks increase your risk of tooth decay, but if you have orthodontic braces, it increase your risk even more. Always choose tooth-friendly drinks to protect those teeth.
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Sugar and Tooth Decay

Do you know that our mouths are full of many different types of bacteria? Some harmful oral bacteria feed on the sugars in our diet, and turn this into acids that destroy the tooth enamel (the hard protective outer layer of the tooth).

Therefore, if we eat more sugar, or eat more frequently, the acid attack can demineralise the enamel and eventual a cavity is formed. Once this happens, the tooth can no longer repair itself, and the tooth will require a filling. If this is left for too long, the tooth may need root canal treatment, or even extraction.
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