Oral Health

This list of blog posts by Sunshine Coast Smile Centre are all about Oral Health.

All general oral health is performed in-house at our Cotton Tree practice which is based on the corner of the Esplanade and Second Avenue.

It is performed by a skilled team of three dentists who together have over 60 years experience of doing these procedures.

Need help choosing with Toothpaste Brands to use?

Which Toothpaste Brands should I use?

A question our 3 resident dentists get asked a lot is ‘which toothpaste brands should I use’? This is a difficult question as the choice is very wide. A quick scour of the supermarket shelves reveal a host of different Toothpaste Brands. Many of these you will instantly recognise like Colgate, Oral B and Macleans.

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Lisa Spence is our Dental Oral Health Therapist at Sunshine Coast Smile Centre

Why Your Child Should Visit Our Dental Oral Health Therapist

At Sunshine Coast Smile Centre we are very lucky to have an Oral Health Therapist working as a vital part of our team. Dual trained as a dental hygienist and dental therapist, Suzanna is passionate about helping people, especially children, improve and maintain their oral health.

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There are many risks to Tongue Piercing Risks which you should fully understand before getting it done.

The Risks of Tongue Piercing

Tongue piercing have been all the rage for a while now with a host of celebrities including Mel B and Royal Zara Phillips proudly showcasing them.   However before you even consider adopting such a fashion statement it is a good idea to make sure you are fully aware of the potential risks of tongue

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If you are worried about the link between Diabetes and Your Oral Health contact Sunshine Coast Smile Centre on 07 5443 2800

Diabetes and Your Oral Health

The link between Diabetes and Your Oral Health is something we can’t stress enough at Sunshine Coast Smile Centre.   Diabetes is a common disease which affects almost 1.5 million people in Australia. It is a serious condition where either not enough insulin is produced or the cells do not respond to it properly.  

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The Downfalls of Smoking on your Mouth

The Downfalls of Smoking on your Mouth

The Downfalls of Smoking on your Mouth have been well documented. Smoking is a prominent, contributing factor to the development of lung and throat cancer, as well as to cardiovascular disease. But did you know the habit also plays a starring role in initiating mouth cancer as well? Infact according to the Australian government’s ‘Quit

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