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We know that not everything about Christmas is easy, and sometimes smiling can be a little forced – but while we can’t control what Uncle Barry is going to say or what gift Grandma is going to give you, this year we want your smiles to be healthy ones.
The Connect Health & Community dental team has been through many a Christmas and has tips to help keep your smile healthy all through Christmas and into the new year.
And the biggest threat to your smile this festive season is …pork crackling!
Each year after Christmas our dental team sees a high number of emergency dental patients who are suffering the after effects of a ‘crackle attack’.
While you may enjoy the crunch of its hard texture, beware that that pork crackling has sent more people to the dental emergency room than the pork marketing board wants you to know about. Crackling can break a tooth, dislodge fillings, break dentures, get wedged between teeth or slice gums. So chew carefully!
The following tips are designed to help you avoid some of the other common dental pitfalls of the silly season and help you get your new year off to a smiley start.
Find out about Connect Health & Community’s dental services by visiting www.connecthealth.org.au/dental or call us today on 03) 9575 5333.
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