Sticky post Daysend @ The Marquee

To celebrate the end of 2005 and what has been a truly momentus year, Daysend will be recording their up-coming show at the Marquee Club, (Sydney) on Saturday December 10 for a live DVD/CD to be released next year, and (drum roll please…) returning to the fold will be original guitarist Micheal Kordek after a 9 month hiatus. Helping them knock back a few will be Inane Eminence, Painkiller Jayne and Head Hammer. In the spirit of the festy season there will be heaps of giveaways courtesy of Utopia Records and Billy Hydes Music (doesn’t matter if you’ve been naughty or nice…the naughtier the better), and those crazy kids from Asylum Radio will be making some beautiful music ’til the early hours, and all for just $12! So mark it on the calender and come on down to the party!

Dentist Sydney For Good Oral Health

Dentist Sydney For Good Oral Health

Maintain good oral health by visiting your dentist Sydney twice each year for a checkup. Brush and floss your teeth twice each day. Follow your dentist Sydney recommendations for caring for your teeth. Regular fluoride treatments can prevent cavities if your drinking water does not contain enough fluoride. Your dentist Sydney at may also prescribe fluoride supplements for you. Oral care also includes tooth extractions when necessary.

Babies and small children are not too young for oral care. Check and clean your baby’s teeth on a regular basis. If you see discolorations on the teeth, then make an appointment with your dentist Sydney. Give your baby solid foods that do not contain sugar. Save sugary treats and cookies for special occasions. Never let your baby go to sleep with a bottle in their mouth. You will need to help your children brush their teeth until they are seven years old. 

Check your dental insurance to ensure basic oral care services are covered. These services include dental examination, x-rays, cleanings and a portion of fillings and other similar services. Tooth decay is usually preventive with regular visits to your dentist Sydney and x-rays. Your dental care provider will speak with you about your treatment plan and its costs. 

Plaque buildup is responsible for the most common dental problems such as gum disease and cavities. That is why it is important to floss between teeth where the toothbrush cannot reach. Replace your toothbrush every few months. Let your toothbrush dry completely before placing it into a plastic container. It only takes plaque 24 hours to organize itself enough to cause harmful bacteria to erode your guns and teeth. 

Look for a dental healthcare provider who accepts people of all ages. This will ensure you can make appointments for the entire family at the same time. It will save you a lot of time when you have several children. Make sure the dental healthcare provider is conveniently located near your home.