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Orthodontic dental treatment

Orthodontic dental treatment - orthodontic treatment can correct problems with crooked teeth and jaws and improve oral health

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Orthodontic treatment

Orthodontics involves the use of a range of corrective devices, such as braces and plates, to encourage the teeth to align properly.

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Orthodontics, mouth guards & more: teens | Raising Children Network

Common teenage teeth issues include teeth-grinding, orthodontics and injuries to teeth. If your child plays sport, a mouth guard is a very good idea.

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Teeth Straightening (12-17yrs) - Your Dental Health | Australian Dental Association

Irregularly-aligned teeth and jaws can be corrected through things such as braces. Information for Teens Age 12 - 17 Years.

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Teeth Straightening (18-30yrs) - Your Dental Health | Australian Dental Association

Irregularly-aligned teeth and jaws can be corrected through things such as braces. Information for younger Adults 18 - 30 years.

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Teeth Straightening (31-64yrs) - Your Dental Health | Australian Dental Association

Irregularly-aligned teeth and jaws can be corrected through things such as braces. Information for Adults 31 - 64 years.

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Cosmetic dentistry

Discoloured, chipped or missing teeth can affect self-confidence but cosmetic dentistry techniques can help.

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Dental care :: SA Health

Dental care - about common dental health conditions and how to keep your teeth and gums healthy.

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Effect of Nutrition on Dental Health from Two to Five Years of Age | myVMC

Normally all baby teeth have come through by three years of age.Children approaching the 4-5 year age range generally have fewer feeding and nutritional problems but have an increased chance of dental decay.

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Whitening, Crowns and Veneers (31-64yrs) - Your Dental Health | Australian Dental Association

This is concerned with restoring both the function and appearance of teeth and gums. Information for Adults 31 - 64 years.

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