15 Foods That Are Surprisingly Good for the Teeth

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It is no secret that the best way to have healthy teeth is to have good oral hygiene. That means brushing teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste and flossing at least once daily. Everyone also knows that eating sugary and sticky foods can affect teeth and gum health. It is why parents always warn their kids to stay away from candy. As adults, we should avoid those foods, as well.


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Oral Health and Its Importance to Your Physical Health

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The mouth is an essential part of the body. It is what we use to speak, smile, and talk. Therefore, it is a worthy goal to have a healthy mouth, teeth, and gums. With good oral health, problems, such as bad breath, gum disease, and tooth loss, among many others. More importantly, it can help you have healthy teeth even when you are older.


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How Do Braces Work?

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Braces are an impressive innovation. They can solve anything from simple gaps to something like complex crowding and misalignment. This dental appliance fixes these problems by gradually and safely moving teeth, so you will eventually get a better and healthier smile. (more…)

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The Top Dental Problems, Treatments, and Prevention Tips

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Dental health is an essential part of your oral health, but it is also crucial to your overall wellbeing. If you do not brush and floss regularly, it can lead to different dental problems, such as cavities and gum disease. At the same time, it can affect your heart and contribute to heart disease. Studies have also shown the relevance of poor dental health to diabetes and cancer. (more…)

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Abnormal Eruption of Teeth: Definition, Causes, and Treatment

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Orthodontic problems can happen to anyone – whether you are a child, an adolescent, or an adult. It even occurs to those who wore braces at an early age. The reason behind it is quite simple. Teeth are quite mobile, perhaps even more than you think.

In fact, teeth move almost every day in response to the activities that you do, such as eating, chewing gum or hard candies, and teeth grinding while sleeping. The movements are, of course, gradual, which is why you do not notice them. (more…)

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A Detailed Look at Invisalign and Its Costs

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Invisalign is probably the most popular alternative to conventional braces out there. It is a type of aligners that offers many perks. This blog post gives you all the information you need about Invisalign and also alternatives such as the Spark clear aligner system we also offer. We will focus on its benefits, why it is a great choice, and most importantly, we will answer how much it will cost you.

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Important Notice to the Patients of Kingsley Orthodontics


Our response to the Coronavirus outbreak and the guidelines we are strickly following from the Australian Government.

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