Risks of sugary drinks
Watch Your Mouth
by Australian Dental Association
1y ago
Ali McAleese joins the Watch Your Mouth podcast to discuss sugary drinks. She provides advice on what drinks are classified as a sugary drink, making good drink choices for your mouth and body and whether sugar free drinks are a good alternative. Ali is an Accredited Practicing Dietician and works for Cancer Council Victoria. This episode is made in collaboration with Rethink Sugary Drink, which is a partnership between health and community organisations highlighting the negative effects of sugary drinks. Find out more about Rethink Sugar Drink at www.rethinksugarydrink.org.au/. This episode i ..read more
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Teeth whitening tips
Watch Your Mouth
by Australian Dental Association
1y ago
Helen Hayes returns to learn some useful teeth whitening tips from Dr Norah Ayad, a general dentist. Find out what age you can start whitening your teeth, if it is safe during pregnancy/breastfeeding, whether teeth whitening makes teeth sensitive and how often you should whiten your teeth.  For more information on teeth whitening, see www.teeth.org.au/teeth-whitening If you have topics you would like to see covered by Watch Your Mouth, let us know at contact@ada.org.au  ..read more
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The low-down on teeth whitening
Watch Your Mouth
by Australian Dental Association
2y ago
Associate Professor Laurie Walsh chats with episode host, Helen Hayes, about teeth whitening in the Australian Dental Association’s Watch Your Mouth podcast. They chat about what causes teeth to become dark or stained, the science of teeth whitening including blue light devices commonly seen online, and whether fillings and dental crowns can be lightened. For more information on teeth whitening, see www.teeth.org.au/teeth-whitening  Watch Your Mouth is made possible thanks to Extra Oral Healthcare Program ..read more
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Early Orthodontic Intervention
Watch Your Mouth
by Australian Dental Association
3y ago
When we think of orthodontics, we typically think of braces, but there is so much more to this area of dental treatment! So when should children first have an orthodontic consult?  Join host Jimmy Rees, best known as Jimmy Giggle from Giggle and Hoot, as he chats with specialist orthodontist Dr Nour Tarraf about when your child should first see an orthodontist. Understand what to look out for and when seeing an orthodontist early on can help with the development of your child's jaws and smile.  Watch Your Mouth is made possible thanks to Extra Oral Healthcare Program. For more oral h ..read more
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Dental care for children with additional needs
Watch Your Mouth
by Australian Dental Association
3y ago
Good oral health is important for all. However, for children with additional needs, maintaining oral health is especially important. Melbourne-based paediatric dentist, Dr Narisha Chawla, chats with episode host Jimmy Rees, best known as Jimmy Giggle from Giggle and Hoot, providing advice on caring for the oral health of anxious children and children with additional needs. Watch Your Mouth is made possible thanks to Extra Oral Healthcare Program. For more oral health information, visit www.ada.org.au/tips For more information on caring for the oral health of children with additional needs, vis ..read more
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Paediatric Dietician advice on food + drink for infants and children
Watch Your Mouth
by Australian Dental Association
3y ago
Pureed pouches, muesli bars, yoghurt, dried fruit – so many options! Are you looking for food and drink advice for your infant or young child? Making these choices can be tricky - the label says the food or drink is healthy but it is also good for the health of your child’s teeth? Paediatric Dietician, Dr Kyla Smith, sits down with host Jimmy Rees, best known as Jimmy Giggle from Giggle and Hoot, providing advice on nutritious and tooth-friendly foods and drinks. As well as a few tips for picky eaters. Dr Kyla provides great advice that you can take away and implement at home. Watch Your Mouth ..read more
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The first dental visit + tooth decay
Watch Your Mouth
by Australian Dental Association
3y ago
Did you know that the first dental visit is recommended to take place by the age of one but on average, children have their first visit at the age of four? First dental visits and care from a regular dentist are important factors in looking after the health of your child’s teeth and mouth. Join host Jimmy Rees, best known as Jimmy Giggle from Giggle and Hoot, as he chats with paediatric dentist Dr Mihiri Silva to discuss first dental visits and child tooth decay. Understand what is involved in your little ones first appointment at the dentist as well as advice to help prevent tooth decay from ..read more
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The low-down on mouthguards
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by Australian Dental Association
3y ago
Do you play sports that require the use of a mouthguard? Or do you have kids playing sport and you are trying to decide what type of mouthguard you should purchase? Join Dr Dominic Aouad as he discussed the differences between store bought and professionally made mouthguards, how they protect the teeth and mouth from injury and tips for looking after your mouthguard and how often to replace it. This episode of Watch Your Mouth is sponsored by Extra Oral Healthcare Program. For more oral health information, visit www.ada.org.au/tips. If you have questions you would like covered by the Watch You ..read more
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Brushing + flossing for infants and young children
Watch Your Mouth
by Australian Dental Association
3y ago
In this episode, host Jimmy Rees chats with Dr Kareen Mekertichian, a paediatric dentist, about how to look after the oral health of infants and young children. What you need to know about caring for your infant or young child’s oral health wrapped up in a short, easy to understand 20 minute chat.  This episode of Watch Your Mouth is sponsored by Colgate-Palmolive.  For more oral health information, visit www.ada.org.au/tips. If you have questions you would like covered by the Watch Your Mouth podcast, email contact@ada.org.au.  ..read more
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Tooth development + teething signs and symptoms
Watch Your Mouth
by Australian Dental Association
3y ago
Is your baby teething? Or perhaps about to start?  Did you know that in the first three years of your baby’s life, they will have 20 teeth appear within their mouth?  Join host Jimmy Rees as he chats with Dr Philippa Sawyer, a paediatric dentist, as they discuss factors that can affect tooth development in your growing baby. As well, they discuss common signs and symptoms of teething and ways to relieve your baby’s discomfort.  This episode of Watch Your Mouth is sponsored by Colgate-Palmolive.  For more oral health information, visit www.ada.org.au/tips. If you have questi ..read more
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