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At Bite Dental we like to keep ahead of the pack. We’re constantly researching dental news and technologies so that we can provide you with the latest and best solutions. Here you can read our topical blog articles.

4 things you may not know about your oral health

We all know the basics of good oral health — brush and floss daily, and don’t forget your regular dental check-ups. But, did you know that there’s more to keeping...


How Diabetes Can Affect Your Oral Health

There is a direct link between diabetes and oral health. Here at Bite Dental we have always been incredibly passionate about educating our Brisbane patients on the connection between the...


Healthy Hygiene Tip: Keeping your teeth whiter from home

If you’re undergoing treatment for teeth whitening remember to reduce your consumption of coffee, tea, and red wine. Also refrain from eating berries or curries for the duration of your...


A public drop-off centre for recycling your old brushes and tubes!

Oral care products and packaging bear a detrimental impact on the environment. These vary greatly by material and can include different materials such as plastic, aluminium, steel and nylon. In...


Need A Smile Makeover?

Have you long held a dissatisfaction with the aesthetics of your smile? Or do you simply want to spruce it up a bit? Then smile makeover treatments from Bite Dental...


What Causes Sleep Apnoea?

Sleep apnoea is extremely common. Its symptoms can often go overlooked by patients who simply do not know how dangerous it can be if left untreated, which is why at...


Healthy Hygiene Tip: Tongue Cleaning

Just like brushing and flossing your teeth—to keep the bacteria away—the same goes for your tongue. We all form coatings over our tongue through the anatomical features called papillae which...


Xylitol—the sweet secret for your teeth and waistline

Added sugar may be the single unhealthiest ingredient in the today’s diet. Over the past 20 years, there has been a push to consume xylitol instead of sugar and its...


Healthy Hygiene Tip: Chewing gum

After eating a meal, our teeth are more at risk of an ‘acid attack’. This is acid produced by plaque bacteria and the sugars in our food and drink. This...


Chewing gum—a potentially new way of delivering vitamins

In a new study, titled “Vitamin-supplemented chewing gum can increase salivary and plasma levels of a panel of vitamins in healthy human participants,” researchers from Penn State College of Agricultural...