Dr. Janette Candia graduated in dentistry in 1991. She is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner regulation Agency and the New Zealand Dental Council. She is also a member of Australian Society of Implant Dentistry and the Australian Academy of Dento-Facial Aesthetics. She has practiced dentistry in Australia and New Zealand.

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Does Sparkling Water Cause Teeth to Lose Lustre?

Does Sparkling Water Cause Teeth to Lose Lustre Dentist Main Beach With water making up 60% of the average human body and 73% of the brain, there’s no better choice than plain water when it’s time to rehydrate.

Doctors and nutrition experts agree on plain water as the safest and healthiest choice. After all, water is calorie-free, caffeine-free, sugar-free, and should be free of most additives.

And as a rule of thumb, we are told to drink at least two litres of water a day. But staying hydrated can be difficult, and sometimes water can be plain, even dull.

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Stop the Spread of COVID-19: A Simple Guide from Main Beach Dental

stop the spread of covid-19 main beach Amid the recent COVID-19 outbreak, we are urging people to practise personal hygiene and keep a safe distance between anyone, especially those who are sick.

From picking objects up to turning knobs, we’re touching surfaces contaminated with pathogens.

These pathogens can be picked up by our hands and get into the body through mucous membranes on the face — eyes, nose, and mouth — that act as pathways to the throat and lungs.

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Top 8 Ideas for Easter at Home from your Main Beach dentist

top 8 ideas for easter at home from your main beach dentistThis year, the Easter Holidays will be another event where we have to stay at home due to the coronavirus lockdown.

But this doesn’t mean it can’t be fun.

Here are some ways you can keep Easter alive in lockdown. Read on to learn more.

Decorate eggs

You can boil eggs and use food dye or even food from your own pantry (like beets, turmeric or onion skins) to create multicoloured eggs for Easter.

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Prevent Dental Problems in the Golden Years

How To Prevent Dental Problems in the Golden Years dentist main beach Ageing isn’t always simple, and your mouth is no exception. Last century, the need for dentures in later life was a foregone conclusion.

Today, three-quarters of people over 65 retain at least some of their natural teeth.

At the same older people suffer higher rates of gum disease, dental decay, mouth infections, and tooth loss. These problems are nothing to smile about, but you can still do a lot to keep your mouth looking and feeling younger than its years.

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Valentine’s Day and Your Smile

valentines day and your smile In 2014, Australians spent some 90.9 million dollars on Valentine’s Day chocolate and confections.

Each year, Australians consume nearly 6 kilograms of chocolate. But candy and chocolate are not good for your dental health.

And bad dental health can affect the other gift that many people give their loved ones on Valentine’s Day – kisses!

And kisses can be good for you, as they stimulate saliva production and help keep your teeth clean.