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Maintain Overall Health With Oral Care


Maintaining good oral health is vital to ensuring our overall health and wellbeing. Healthy teeth and gums enable us to continue eating the wide variety of foods we need. Lack of preventive dental care can lead to problems ranging from nutritional deficiencies to communication problems to debilitating diseases. Careful attention to your dental health and hygiene will keep you smiling.

Consequences of oral disease

The same bacteria that cause dental cavities and gum disease can infect other tissue in the mouth. These bacteria can enter the bloodstream and infect tissue throughout the body. They can enter the lower airways and cause aspiration pneumonia. These bacteria can cause brain abscesses, disease of the heart valves, joint infections and fever. Dental disease caused by bacteria has recently been identified as a risk factor for stroke. Therefore, it is important to seek help and advice from your dentist to maintain your oral health.


Dental cavities

Dental cavities can be prevented by improving bacterial plaque control, using fluoride (contained in certain toothpastes, rinses and gels) and cutting back on sugary foods. Using an electric toothbrush, such as the Braun Oral B Plaque Remover, is advisable.

Gum disease

Gum disease is the single leading cause of adult tooth loss and can be prevented by meticulous bacterial plaque removal, using antibacterial rinses and toothpastes, and maintaining a healthy, well-balanced diet to boost the immune system.

Oral cancer

Oral cancer can be combated by early recognition, treatment and preventive procedures, such as giving up smoking and reducing alcohol consumption and sun exposure.

Dental stomatitis

Dental stomatitis – the irritation of the tissue under a denture – is best prevented by removing the dentures at night, and placing in a sterile solution, such as Milton’s Bleach or Steradent. Brush the gum under the denture, and rinse with Savacol or warm, salty water.

Dry mouth

Dry mouth – often due to medications, smoking, caffeine, illness and dehydration – can be treated by altering medication (consult your doctor) or using saliva stimulating or artificial saliva substances, such as Biotene toothpaste, rinse or moisturising gel (available from your chemist).

Erosion of the teeth

Erosion of the teeth – often due to acid – can be easily prevented by avoiding or reducing sugary or acidic food or drink. It is advisable to rinse rather than brush after consuming sugary or acidic food or drink.


Sensitivity results from worn enamel or receding gum tissue. Brush gently with a soft toothbrush and a toothpaste for sensitive teeth.


If you’re transitioning to dentures for the first time, or even if you’ve had dentures for a long time, we can help you adjust and refit the denture to be as comfortable as possible. Come and see us for any denture sores or discomfort.

Dental Emergency

We are here to take care of your oral health. Give us a call and come and see us anytime you feel discomfort or soreness in your mouth.



“Dr Roy is extremely kind and has gentle mannerisms. He explains every step of the procedure patiently. He is a proficient and funny young man, who laughs at all my silly jokes. I know I am in good hands with him around because he has improved my oral hygiene tremendously and help me eat and chew better. His staff are lovely and make me a hot cup of tea every time I visit. Highly recommend Cairns Dental Boutique”.




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