Oral Health Conditions

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Dentine hypersensitivity is a common and often underdiagnosed condition.1 Sufferers describe experiencing a short, sharp pain while eating, drinking, brushing their teeth or breathing cold air, which can have a significant impact on their quality of life.2

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Enamel wear

Enamel wear can be a progressive, multifactorial condition that may have lasting effects.3 Enamel is equipped to respond to daily acid challenges; however, frequent and prolonged acid exposure can lead to progressive demineralisation.3 Changes in diet and increasing life expectancy mean that enamel wear is becoming an increasingly significant challenge in the long-term management of dental health.4

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Denture care

12% of Australians rely on full or partial dentures.19

Each patient’s denture journey is different. Denture performance is affected by individual medical, physical and psychological factors, such as oral anatomy, a dry mouth and how the patient adapts to their prosthesis.7–12

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A Dry mouth

Saliva plays an important part in maintaining oral health and well-being.13–15 A dry mouth is a subjective feeling of dryness that may be caused by reduced saliva production.16 A dry mouth can negatively impact oral health;13,17 if left unmanaged, patients may have up to a 3x greater risk of cavities in the long term.18

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