31 May 2021 is World Health Organisation (WHO) World No Tobacco Day. The theme this year is “Commit to Quit”.
Happy Mother’s Day from Forster Dental Centre! Mother’s Day is a day to celebrate motherhood and all the women who have helped raise us.
Maintaining a good oral health routine isn’t only important when you can’t visit the dentist, but it should be a year-round duty.
Easter is normally buzzing with fun, family events over the long weekend, but sadly this is no ordinary Easter.
Everyone can help address the oral disease burden by sharing these 7 key messages about good oral health at every stage of life.
It’s Valentine’s Day, the day for whispering sweet nothings into loved-ones’ ears and sharing kisses.
Dental hygiene is very important, just like cleaning any other part of the body.
It’s no surprise that your oral health may not be your top priority during the time of over-indulging, spending time with your nearest and dearest and enjoying the festivities.
Sturdy, stable and sophisticated; that’s what your dental braces are known for!
Overbites are easier to correct in children and teenagers since their jaws are still developing.