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How to wear a Face Mask

How to wear a Face Mask There is a correct way to wear a face mask. We invite you to view this excellent video by the St John’s Ambulance Australia on the correct application and disposal of a surgical face mask. It may help you more easily navigate the safe use of your mask!   […]

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Wear a Face Mask?

Wear a Face Mask? Do you need to wear a face mask to go to the dentist? From Sunday 02 August, 2020, all individuals attending our dental practice, aged 12 years and older, are expected to be wearing a facial covering such as a disposable or cloth mask, scarf, buff or bandana over their nose […]

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How to Use Handsanitiser

The World Health Organisation (WHO) technique for how to use handsanitiser. Correct and thorough application of handsanitiser (made of at least 60% alcohol) will ensure its effectiveness in sanitising your hands. Our team at Melbourne Dentistry practice the WHO handwashing and handsanitizing routine throughout the day.   The steps for handsanitiser application are the same […]

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How to Wash your Hands

Handwashing? Its basic, right? Well take a look. Handwashing is one of those tasks done so often every day – you may not even think about it! But the COVID-19 pandemic has focused everyone’s attention more acutely on hand hygiene. There is usually a better way of doing most things, including washing your hands. We […]

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COVID-19

Melbourne Dentistry is Open – We are Here for You!   Melbourne Dentistry is open during the COVID-19 crisis. We are continuing to provide urgent dental care during the COVID-19 level 4 restrictions for Melbourne with precautions, as prescribed by the Australian Dental Association (ADA), for safe practice and patient care. From Thursday August 6th, […]

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Self Care for your Mouth

Self Care? Self-care has become a frequent topic of discussion in media reports in recent times, and at Melbourne Dentistry, our team whole heartedly agrees with the concept! It reminds us of the airplane analogy ‘you should put your own oxygen mask on first, before you help others’. From the dental health perspective, it may seem […]

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Teeth and Sports

Intense sporting activities may affect oral health. A recent study* of the effects of endurance training on oral health has revealed a number of interesting findings, potentially relevant for your oral health. Long training sessions were found to be associated with some detrimental effects on the mouth and teeth. Previous studies have suggested similar concerns, but […]

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Welcome!

Hello everyone! Welcome to the News Blog from Melbourne Dentistry! It has been a long work in progress getting our first ever website up and running! Lots of practice and life commitments have contributed some to the delays. But we have finally launched! First up, I would like to express our sincere and heartfelt gratitude […]

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