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Teens

We know teenage teeth can have a mind of their own, but good oral health for teenagers starts with teeth cleaning twice daily, flossing and regular visits to the dentist. Your dentist can assist with establishing a preventive care program or a plan to manage any concerns or accidents teenagers have as well as mould a professional mouthguard if required, to wear during sport. It's also a good time to check whether any orthodontic treatment like braces might be required to straighten teeth. 

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BREAKING THE BAD TEETH CYCLE

With a high number of tooth decay cases in Gold Coast toddlers and children, parents are being advised to take great care.

Tooth decay can be a very painful experience and can often result in the loss of teeth prematurely which can affect a child’s speech, function and the growth pattern of the permanent teeth, according to Dr Jeanette Lamb BDS MSc from Maven Dental Robina.

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