Tips for keeping your teeth healthy during the Coronavirus

Posted on May 13, 2020February 9, 2022Categories Blog, Dental Health Care, Dental Health Tips


There’s a reason that dentists recommend a regular check-up and clean every six months. In dentistry, we truly believe that preventative care is far better than needing restorative treatments. Visiting the dentist regularly helps prevent any dental issues in the future that can cause serious damage and end up costing a lot of money.


There’s a reason that dentists recommend a regular check-up and clean every six months. In dentistry, we truly believe that preventative care is far better than needing restorative treatments. Visiting the dentist regularly helps prevent any dental issues in the future that can cause serious damage and end up costing a lot of money.

How to maintain a pearly white smile all summer long

Posted on January 30, 2020February 9, 2022Categories Blog, Dental Cleaning, Dental Health Care, Dental Health Tips

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Whilst you enjoy the hot weather this summer make sure you maintain your oral hygiene routine.

Treats such as ice cream and icy poles may cool you down on a hot summers day, but the high sugar content breaks down the enamel on you teeth, which causes tooth decay and other dental issues.

Here at Smiles Nambour, we’ve come up with a few tips and tricks to help you start the year off with perfect oral health.

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Whilst you enjoy the hot weather this summer make sure you maintain your oral hygiene routine.

Treats such as ice cream and icy poles may cool you down on a hot summers day, but the high sugar content breaks down the enamel on you teeth, which causes tooth decay and other dental issues.

Here at Smiles Nambour, we’ve come up with a few tips and tricks to help you start the year off with perfect oral health.

How to instil good oral hygiene habits in children

Posted on December 19, 2019February 9, 2022Categories Blog, Dental Health Care

dentistChristmas is just around the corner and as much as we all look forward to celebrating the silly season with delicious sugary treats & drinks, but you might want to think about their impact on your oral health as well.

dentistChristmas is just around the corner and as much as we all look forward to celebrating the silly season with delicious sugary treats & drinks, but you might want to think about their impact on your oral health as well.

Diabetes And Oral Health – The Little Known Link

Posted on November 8, 2017December 17, 2021Categories Blog, Dental Health Care, Tips for DiabetesTags , ,

Smiles Nambour | Diabetes And Oral Health The Little Known Link | Dentist Nambour Do you know that there is a link between gum disease and diabetes? Diabetics have a higher risk of developing gum disease compared to non-diabetics and the relationship appears to go both ways.

Research indicates that having a serious gum infection can make it more difficult to control blood sugar levels. This means that taking care of your mouth, which is always important, takes on special added importance for diabetes sufferers.

At Smiles Nambour, we want all our patients and readers to be aware of the link between the two diseases, symptoms to look for, and strategies to control them.

Smiles Nambour | Diabetes And Oral Health The Little Known Link | Dentist Nambour Do you know that there is a link between gum disease and diabetes? Diabetics have a higher risk of developing gum disease compared to non-diabetics and the relationship appears to go both ways.

Research indicates that having a serious gum infection can make it more difficult to control blood sugar levels. This means that taking care of your mouth, which is always important, takes on special added importance for diabetes sufferers.

At Smiles Nambour, we want all our patients and readers to be aware of the link between the two diseases, symptoms to look for, and strategies to control them.