Teens 12-17

  • Brushing

    Brushing your teeth removes the plaque that causes tooth decay and gum disease.


    Flossing is essential to maintaining the health of your teeth and gums.

    Lifestyle Risks

    Smoking, drinking, poor diet, sports drinks and oral piercing all affect dental health.

  • Fillings

    Fillings are often the first course of action when dealing with tooth decay.

    Teeth Straightening

    Irregularly-aligned teeth can be corrected through things such as braces.

    Dental X-rays

    X-rays give your dentist a comprehensive assessment of your mouth's health.

  • Teeth Grinding

    This is an involuntary clenching, grinding and gnashing of the teeth.

    Child Dental Benefits Schedule

    This scheme provides basic dental care for children aged 2-17 years.

    Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate Scheme

    Provides surgical and dental services to families with a child with these conditions.

  • Mouthguards

    To prevent serious dental injury while active, wear a customised mouthguard.

    Sports Drinks

    High in sugar, sports drinks aren't good for your teeth; stick to water instead.

    Dental Trauma and First Aid

    The key is knowing what precautions to take and what to do if damage occurs.