Diet and oral health
Choosing tap water
Drinking tap water is a great, inexpensive way to stay hydrated and have a healthy smile! This fact sheet explains why it's important to choose tap water over sugary drinks.
Frequently asked questions about water flouridation
This fact sheet explains about water flouridation and why it’s good for your teeth.
Healthy eating for healthy teeth – exam time
When students are time poor, they may choose convenient snacks and meals that are high in sugar or fat. Eating unhealthy food can lead to poorer exam performance, but this fact sheet explains that there are plenty of healthy options that will fuel the brain, protect the teeth and keep them going!
Healthy snacks for healthy teeth
With so many foods being promoted as healthy, it can be tough to know just what is and what isn't. This fact sheet breaks it down to help you understand which foods and drinks are best for your teeth and overall health.
With most processed foods and drinks containing large amounts of added sugar, it’s not surprising that many Australians have consumed more than the daily recommended limit of sugar before they have finished their breakfast! Learn how to identify the hidden sugars in the foods you eat in this fact sheet to prevent having too much sugar in your diet.